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Class I Introduction to Psychodynamic Process: Transference, Countertransference, Conflict and Defensive Mechanisms.
Wilson, A. Analytic Preparation: Creation of An Analytic Climate with Patients Not Yet in Analysis JAPA 52 1041-1073.
Class II Overview of Different Models of the Mind: the influence of infant research, relational approaches, and ego psychology on psychodynamic thought.
Fred Pine. Multiple Models Clinical Practice and Psychoanalytic Theory: Response to Discussants. 1994 Psychoanalytic Inquiry 14: 212-234.
Class III Working with Defenes
Hoffman, L.(2007) Do children Get Better When we Interpret the Defenses Against Painful … “ PSC 62 291-313.
Class IV Mentalization
Sugarman, Alan 2003 “A New Model for Conceptualizing Insightfulness in the Psychoanalysis of Young Children Psychoanalytic Quarterly. 72 325-355.
Class V Use of Attachment Theory in Child Psychotherapy
Main, Mary. The Organized Categories of Infant, Child and Adult Attachment JAPA 48 1055-1095.
Class VI Use of Mahlerian Theory in Child Psychotherapy – Thinking About Separation
Rocco, M 1992 Difficulties in Letting Go: A Mother Child Problem. Bul. Anna Freud Centre, 15:75-85.
Class VII Successful Parent Work
Slade, A. 2006 Reflective Parenting Programs: Theory and Development. Psychoanalytic. Inquiry 26 640-657.
Class VIII Complexity of Work with Parents in Dynamic Cases
Novick and Novick Working With Parents Makes Therapy Work. Chapters 3 and 4.
Class IX Importance of Narrative and Play in Child Psychotherapy
Knight, R. 2003 “Margo and Me II: The role of Narrative Building in Child Analytic Technique” PSC 58 133-164.
Class X Psychotherapy With Young Children
Birch, M. In The Land of Counterpane: Travels in the Realm of Play. PSC 52 57-75.
Class XI- Dyadic Work Slade, A. Representation, Symbolization and Affect Regulation in Concomitant Treatment of Mother and Child- Attachment Theory and Child Psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 19 797-830.
Class XII Presentation by Christine Anzieu – Premmier
Fraiberg Ghosts in The Nursery 1975.
Class XIII Coates, S Wolfe SM. GID in Boys: The Interface of Constitution and Early Experience Psychoanalytic Inquiry 15 6-38.
Class XIV How to Manage Aggression in Therapy
Karush, R. Vicissitudes of Aggression in A Toddler PSC 61 3-19.
Class XV Psychotherapy With Latency Age Children
Novick Vicissitudes of the Working Alliance in the Analysis of A Latency Girl PSC 25 231-256.
Class XVIObsessional Features and OCD
Chused, J. Obsessional Manifestations in Children 1999 PSC 54 219-232.
McGehee, RH 2005 Child Psychhoanalysis and Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms. JAPA. 53 : 213-237.
Class XVIII Learning Disabilities and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Early School Age Child
Psychoanalysis as Cognitive Remediation. Weinstein, L and Saul, L 2005. PSC 60 239-262.
Class XIX- ADHD and LD
Gilmore K. 2001. Diagnosis, Dynamics and Development. Considerations in the psychoanalytic Assessment of ADHD. Psych. Inq, 372-390.
Class XX Adoption: Missing, Wishing and Reminiscing Narratives of 2 Adopted Children: Parker CJ 2007 Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 6, 97-111.
Class XX Gender Development
Yanof Barbie and The Tree of Life Multiple Functions of Gender in Development JAPA 48:1439-1465.
Class XXI Words and Silence in Treating Latency Children
Weinstein, L. 2002 Language, Transference and the Developmental Context in Child Analysis PSC 57 355-373.
Class XXII Working With the Pubertal Child
Schmukler, AG 1999 use of Insight in Child Analysis PSC 54 3339-355.
Class XXIII Divorce Downey,, TW. 1988 The Disavowal of Authority In a Child of Divorce PSC 43 279-289.
Class XXIV Adolescent Issues
Blos, P 1967 The Second Individuation Process in Adolescence PSC 22 162-186.
Class XXV Adolescent Mood Disorders and Suicide
Novick and Novick: Fearful Symmetry: The Development and Treatment of Sadomasochism. Chapter 8 Attempted Suicide in Adolescence: The Suicide Sequence pp.l 73-202.
Class XXVI Acting Out in Adolescence
Chused, J. Neutrality in the analsyis of action prone adolescents JAPA 38 679-704.
Class XXVII Narcissism in Childhood and its Relation to Psychopathology
Ornstein, Anna. Developmental Perspectives on Sense of Power Self Esteem and Destructive Aggression: Annals of Psychoanalsyis. 1977 25:145-154.
Class XXVIII Anxiety in Adolescence
Presentation by Dr. Barbara Milrod
Psychodynamic Approaches to the Adolescent With Panic Disorder: Chapter 9 pp. 59-80.
Class XXIX Jules Bemporad Psychoanalytic Study of Eating Disorder: Developmental Profile of 67 Index Cases 1992. Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 20:509-531.
Class XXX Working With Parents in Adolescence
Novick and Novick Working with Parents Makes Therapy Work chapter 5.
Chazan SE 2006 Searching For Togetherness : The Simultaneous Treatment of Mother and her Adolescent Daughter. Psychoanal Inq 26 70-91.
Class XXXI Galatzer-Levy. Making a Gay Identity: Coming Out, Social Context and Psychodynamics. The Annual Of Psychoanalysis. 2002 30 255-286.
Class XXX II Late Adolescence
Chused J. 1987 Idealization of the Analyst By the Young Adult JAPA 35 839-859.
Class XXX III College Age Adolescent in Therapy
Knight R 2008 Blood Sweat and Tears: Effort of Narrative Change in Psychoanalysis PSC 63 292-311.
Class XXXIV Risk Taking in Adolescence Role of the Therapist. Chused. Neutrality in the Analysis of Action Prone Adolescents. JAPA 38:679-704.
Class XXXV Special Adolescent Issues: Drug Use, Promiscuity, and Acting Out
Drug Use in Adolescents Psychodynamic Meaning and Pharmacogenic Effects Herbert Wieder and Eugene Kaplan. In Esman: The Psychology of Adolescence: pp. 348-374.
Class XXXVI Summation of the Program