SELECTED TOPICAL REFERENCES
IN SELF PSYCHOLOGY

Compiled by
Jill R. Gardner, Ph.D.

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The references in this bibliography are organized thematically, in groupings related to specific populations, topics, or treatment modalities. The content areas included are listed below:

 

TOPICS

I.

Children

II.

Adolescents

III.

Elderly

IV.

Parenthood

V.

Marital and Family Therapy

VI.

Abuse/Trauma

VII.

Learning Disability

VIII.

Sex and Gender

IX.

Addiction

X.

Eating Disorders

XI.

Borderline Disorders

XII.

Brief Psychotherapy

XIII.

Group Psychotherapy

XIV.

Death and Mourning

XV.

Supervision

XVI.

Psychosis

XVII.

Religion

XVIII.

Comparative Theory

XIX.

Miscellaneous Clinical Topics

 

I. CHILDREN

Elson, M. (1986). Self disorders in childhood. Chapter 7 in Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Hilke, I. (1998). The playing through of selfobject transferences of a nine-year-old boy. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 14, 71-84.

Kindler, R. (1997). Lonely as a cloud: Finding daffodils in the house of terror: Transference and countertransference in drama therapy with a ten-year-old boy. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 271-288.

Ornstein, A. (1981). Self-pathology in childhood: Developmental and clinical considerations. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 4, 435-453.

Ornstein, A. (1985). The function of play in the process of child therapy: A contemporary perspective. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 12-13, 349-366.

Palombo, J. (1989). The magic years revisited. Clinical Social Work Journal, 17, 9-33.

Suth, R. (1996). A Self-psychological approach to child therapy: A case study. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 12. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 183-199.

Tolpin, M., & Kohut, H. (1980). The disorders of the self: The psychopathology of the first years of life. In S. I. Greenspan & G. H. Pollock, (eds.), The Course of Life. Bethesda: NIMH, 425-442.

Young, T. M. (1988) The development and disturbance of emotions: An application of self psychology to clinical work with children. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 5, 245-268.

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II. ADOLESCENTS

Elson, M. (1986). Self disorders in adolescence. Chapter 8 in Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Elson, M. (1986). Self disorders in late adolescence and young adulthood. Chapter 9 in Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Kohut, H. (1987). The Kohut Seminars on Self Psychology and Psychotherapy with Adolescents and Young Adults, M. Elson, (ed.), New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Palombo, J. (1988) Adolescent development: A view from self psychology. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 5, 171-186.

Wolf, E. (1980). Tomorrow's self: Heinz Kohut's contribution to adolescent psychiatry. Adolescent Psychiatry, 8, 41-50.

Wolf, E. (1982). Adolescence: Psychology of the self and selfobjects. Adolescent Psychiatry, 10, 171-181.

Wolf, E., Gedo, J. and Terman, D. (1972). On the adolescent process as a transformation of the self. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1, 257-272.

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III. ELDERLY

Cohler, B. and Galatzer-Levy, R. (1990). The selfobjects of the second half of life: An introduction. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 6, 93-109.

Elson, M. (1986). Self psychology and the aging process. Chapter 13 in Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Lazarus, L. (1988). Self psychology: Its application to brief psychotherapy with the elderly. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21, 109-125.

Lynch, V. (1988). Discussion: Self psychology - Its application to brief psychotherapy with the elderly. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21, 127-132.

Muslin, H. & Clarke, S. (1988). The transference of the therapist of the elderly. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 16, 295-315.

Muslin, H. (1993). Psychotherapy of the Elderly Self.

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IV. PARENTHOOD

Benatar, M. (1989). "Marrying off" children as a developmental stage. Clinical Social Work Journal, 17, 223-231.

Cohen, R., Cohler, B., Weissman, S. (1984). Parenthood: A Psychodynamic Perspective. New York: The Guilford Press. Chapters 3, 7, 20, 21, 22.

Cohen, R. Weissman, S. "The Parenting Alliance," pp. 33-49.

Grunes, J. "Parenthood Issues in the Aging Process," pp. 103-112.

Elson, M. "Parenthood and the Transformations of Narcissism," pp. 297-314.

Muslin, H. "On the Resistance to Parenthood: Considerations on the Self of the Father," pp. 315-325.

Terman, D. "Affect and Parenthood: The Impact of the Past on the Present," pp. 326-337.

Cohler, B. and Galatzer-Levy, R. (1990) The selfobjects of the second half of life: An introduction. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 6, 93-109.

Eldridge, A. & Schmidt, E. (1990). The capacity to parent: A self psychological approach to parent-child psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 18, 339-351.

Fajardo, B. (1987). Parenting a damaged child: Mourning, regression, and disappointment. Psychoanalytic Review, 74, 19-43.

Ornstein, A. (1999). Changing patterns in parenting: Comments on the origin and consequences of unmodified grandiosity. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 15, 245-258.

Ornstein, A. & Ornstein, P. (1985) Parenting as a function of the adult self: a psychoanalytic developmental perspective. In E. J. Anthony & G. H. Pollock, (eds.), Parental Influences in Health and Disease, Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

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V. MARITAL/FAMILY THERAPY

Jacobs, E. J. (1991).  Self psychology and family therapy.  American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. XLV, 4, 483-498.  [Carla Leone]

Leone, C. (2001). Toward a more optimal selfobject milieu: Family psychotherapy from the perspective of self psychology. Clinical Social Work Journal, 29, 291-306.

Livingston, M. (1995). A Self psychologist in couplesland: Multisubjective approach to transference and countertransference-like phenomena in marital relationships. Family Process, 34, 427-439.

Ornstein, A. (1999). Changing patterns in parenting: Comments on the origin and consequences of unmodified grandiosity. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 15, 245-258.

Ringstrom, P. (1994). An intersubjective approach to conjoint therapy. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 10. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 159-182.

Schwartzman, M.S. (1984). Narcissistic Transferences: Implications for the treatment of couples. Dynamic Psychotherapy, 2, 5-14.

Shaddock, D. (1997). An intersubjective approach to conjoint family therapy. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 289-306.

Shaddock, D. (2000). Contexts and Connections: An Intersubjective Systems Approach to Couples Therapy. New York: Basic Books.

Solomon, M. (1988a). Self psychology and marital relations. International Journal of Family Psychiatry, 9, 211-226.

Solomon, M. (1988b). Treatment of narcissistic vulnerability in marital therapy. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Learning from Kohut: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 4. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 215-230.

Solomon, M. & Weiss, N. (1992). Integration of Daniel Stern's developmental theory into a model of couples therapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 20, 377-394.

Trop, J. (1994). Conjoint therapy: An intersubjective approach. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 10. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 159-182.

Ungar, M. & Levene, J. (1994). Selfobject functions of the family: Implications for family therapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 22, 303-316.

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VI. ABUSE / TRAUMA

Brothers, D. (1992). Trust disturbances and the sexual revictimization of incest survivors. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 8, Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 75-91.

Brothers, D. (1997). The leather princess: Sadomasochism as the rescripting of trauma scenarios. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 245-268.

Eldridge, A. (1997). Walking into the eye of the storm: Encountering "repressed memories" in the therapeutic context. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 69-84.

Eldridge, A. & Finnican, M. (1985). Applications of self psychology to the problem of child abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 13, 50-611.

Feldman, T. (1988). Violence as a disintegration product of the self in post traumatic stress disorder. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 42, 281-289.

Josephs, L. (1992). The treatment of an adult survivor of incest: A self psychological perspective. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 52, 201-212.

Ornstein, A. (1986). The holocaust: Reconstruction and the establishment of psychic continuity. In A. Rothstein, (ed.), The Reconstruction of Trauma: Its Significance in Clinical Work. New York: International Universities Press.

Ornstein, A. (1994). Trauma, memory, and psychic continuity. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 10. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 131-146.

Peoples, K. (1991). The trauma of incest: Threats to the consolidation of the self. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), The Evolution of Self Psychology: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 7, Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 107-136.

Sands, S. (1995). What is dissociated? Dissociation, 7, 145-153.

Ulman, R., & Brothers, D. (1988). The Shattered Self: A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

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VII. LEARNING DISABILITY

Baker, H. & Baker, M. (1996). A self-psychological approach to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults: A paradigm to integrate the biopsychosocial model of psychiatric illness. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 12. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 223-242.

Palombo, J. (1979) Perceptual deficits and self-esteem in adolescence. Clinical Social Work Journal, 7, 34-61.

Palombo, J. (1985). The treatment of borderline neurocognitively impaired children: A perspective from self psychology. Clinical Social Work Journal, 13, 117-128.

Palombo, J. (1991). Neurocognitive differences, self cohesion, and incoherent self-narratives. Child and Adolescent Social Work, 8, 449-472.

Palombo, J. (1994). Incoherent self-narratives and disorders of the self in children with learning disabilities. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 64, 129-152.

Rosenberger, J. (1988). Self psychology as a theoretical base for understanding the impact of learning disabilities. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 5, 269-280.

Shane, E. (1984). Self-psychology: A new conceptualization for the understanding of learning-disabled children. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 191-201.

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VIII. SEX AND GENDER
(See alsoPsychoanalytic Inquiry, Volume 15, #1, 1995:
“Feminine and Masculine Gender Identity,”  F. Diane Barth,  Editor.)

Brothers, D. (1998). Exploring the 'bi' ways of self-experience: Dissociation, alterego selfobject experience, and gender. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 14, 233-252.

Elson, M. (1986). Gender formation from the viewpoint of self psychology. In Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, pp. 23-34.

Gardiner, Judith (1987). Self psychology as feminist theory. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society, 12, 761-780.

Kassoff, B. (1997). The self in orientation: Issues of female homosexuality. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 213-230.

Kohut, H. (1978). A note on female sexuality. In P. Ornstein (Ed.), The search for the self: Volume 2. New York: International Universities Press, 783-792.

Kaufman, J. (1998). Sex, Gender, and intersubjectivity: The two analyses of Mr. G. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 14, 253-266.

Lang, J. (1984). Notes toward a psychology of the feminine self. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 51-70.

Lang, J. (1990). Self psychology and the understanding and treatment of women. In A. Tasman, S. Goldfinger, & C. Kaufmann, (eds.), Review of Psychiatry, Vol . 9. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 384-404.

Palombo, J. (1994). Gender as a theme in self-narratives. Journal of Analytic Social Work, 2, 3-24.

Pangerl, S. (1996). Self psychology: A feminist re-visioning. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 12. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 285-298.

Shane, E., & Shane, M. (1993). Sex, gender and sexualization: A case study. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 9. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Shelby, D. (1994). Homosexuality and the struggle for coherence. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 10. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 55-78.

Shelby, D. (1997). The self and orientation: The case of Mr. G. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 13, 181-202.

Tolpin, M. (1997). Sexuality and self. Annual of Psychoanalysis, 25, 173-188.

Trop, J. (1988). Erotic and eroticized transference: A self psychology perspective. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 5, 269-284.

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IX. ADDICTION

Cooper, J. (1992). Codependency: A self-psychological perspective. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 8. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 141-163.

Goldberg, A. (Ed.) (2000). Errant Selves: A Casebook of Misbehavior. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Kohut, H. (1987). Addictive Need for an Admiring Other in Regulation of Self-Esteem. In M. Elson, (ed.), The Kohut Seminars on Self Psychology and Psychotherapy with Adolescents and Young Adults. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Chapter 8, pp. 113-132.

Levin, J. (1987). Treatment of Alcoholism and Other Addictions: A Self Psychological Approach. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc.

Robinson, C. (1996). Alcoholics anonymous as seen from the perspective of self psychology. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 66, 129-145.

Ulman, R., & Paul, H. (1989). A self-psychological theory and approach to treating substance abuse disorders: The "intersubjective absorption" hypothesis. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Dimensions of Self Experience: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 5. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 121-141.

Ulman, R., & Paul, H. (1990). The addictive personality and "addictive trigger mechanisms" (ATMs): The self psychology of addiction and its treatment. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), The Realities of Transference: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 6. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 129-156.

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X. EATING DISORDERS

Barth, F. (1988). The treatment of bulimia from a self psychological perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 16, 270-281.

Dellaverson, V. (1997). The desomatizing selfobject transference: Analysis of an eating disorder. Clinical Social Work Journal, 25, 107-119.

Gehrie, M. (1990). Eating disorders and adaptation in crisis: A hypothesis. In A. Tasman, S. Goldfinger, & C. Kaufmann, (eds.), Review of Psychiatry, Volume 9. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 369-383.

Geist, R. (1989). Self psychological reflections on the origins of eating disorders. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 17, 5-27.

Goodsitt, A. (1984). Self psychology and the treatment of anorexia nervosa. In D. M. Garner & P .E. Garfinkel, (eds.), Handbook of Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. New York: Guilford Press, 55-82.

Sands, S. (1989). Eating disorders and female development: A self-psychological perspective. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Dimensions of Self Experience: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 5. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 75-103.

Sands, S. (1991). Bulimia, dissociation, and empathy: A Self-psychological view. In C. Johnson, (ed.), Psychodynamic Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. New York: Guilford Press, 34-48.

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XI. BORDERLINE DISORDERS

Adler, G. (1984). Issues in the treatment of the borderline patient. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 117-134.

Adler, G., & Rhine, M. (1988). The selfobject function of projective identification: Curative factors in psychotherapy. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 52, 473-491.

Brandchaft, B., & Stolorow, R. (1984a). The borderline concept: Pathological character or iatrogenic myth? In J. Lichtenberg, M. Bornstein & D. Silver, (eds.), Empathy II. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 333-357.

Brandchaft, B., & Stolorow, R. (1984b). A current perspective on difficult patients. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 93-115.

Palombo, J. (1983). Borderline conditions: A perspective from self psychology. Clinical Social Work Journal, 11, 323-338.

Solomon, M. (1987). Therapeutic treatment of borderline patients by nonanalytic practitioners. In J. Grotstein et al., (eds.), The Borderline Patient, Volume 2. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 243-260.

Terman, D. (1987). The borderline concept: A critical appraisal and some alternative suggestions. In J. Grotstein et al., (eds.), The Borderline Patient, Volume I. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 61-72.

Tolpin, P. (1980). The borderline personality: Its makeup and analyzability. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Advances in Self Psychology. New York: International Universities Press, 299-316.

Tolpin, P. (1984). Discussion of "A current perspective on difficult patients" by B. Brandchaft and R. D. Stolorow, and "Issues in the treatment of the borderline patient" by G. Adler. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 138-142.

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XII. BRIEF PSYCHOTHERAPY
(See also cases in Basch (1980, 1988, 1992), Elson (1986), and Kohut (1987).)

Basch, M. (1995). Doing Brief Psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books.

Borden, W. (ed.). (1999). Comparative Approaches in Brief Dynamic Therapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Chernus, L. (1983). Focal psychotherapy and self pathology: A clinical illustration. Clinical Social Work Journal, 11, 215-227.

Gardner, J. (1991). The application of self psychology to brief psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 8, 477-500.

Gardner, J. (1999). Using self psychology in brief psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 6, 43-85. Co-published in W. Borden, (ed.), Comparative Approaches in Brief Dynamic Therapy. New York: Haworth Press, 43-85.

Goldberg, A. (1973). Psychotherapy of narcissistic injuries. Archives of General Psychiatry, 28, 722-726.

Lazarus, L. (1980). Brief psychotherapy of narcissistic disturbances. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 19, 228-236.

Lazarus, L. (1988). Self psychology: Its application to brief psychotherapy with the elderly. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21, 109-125.

Ornstein, P. & Ornstein, A. (1972). Focal psychotherapy: Its potential impact on psychotherapeutic practice in medicine. Psychiatry in Medicine, 3, 311-325.

Ornstein, A. (1986). "Supportive" psychotherapy: A contemporary view. Clinical Social Work Journal, 14, 14-30.

Ringstrom, P. (1995). Exploring the model scene: Finding the focus in an intersubjective approach to brief psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 15, 493-513.

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XIII. GROUP THERAPY

Bacal, H. (1992). Contributions from self psychology theory. In R. H. Klein, D. A. Singer, & H. S. Bernard (Eds.), Handbook of Contemporary Group Psychotherapy. Madison, CT: International Universities Press.

Bacal, H. (1985). Object-relations in the group from the perspective of self psychology. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 35, 483-501.

Baker, M. (1995). The complementary function of individual and group psychotherapy in the management and working through of archaic selfobject transferences. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 11. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 109-123.

Harwood, I. & Pines, M. (eds.). (1998). Self Experiences in Group: Intersubjective and self psychological pathways to human understanding. Jesica Kingsley Publishers, Ltd.

Kohut, H. (1976) Creativeness, charisma, group psychology. In P. Ornstein, (ed.), The Search for the Self. New York: International Universities Press, 1978, 793-843.

Lofgren, L. (1984). The self in a small group: A comparison of the theories of Bion and Kohut. In A. Goldberg & P. Stepansky, (eds.), Kohut's Legacy. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 203-214.

Schwartzman, G. (1984). The use of the group as selfobject. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 34, 229-241.

Stone, W. (1992). The place of self psychology in group psychotherapy: A status report. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 42, 335-350.

Weinstein, D. (1987). Self psychology and group psychotherapy. Group, II, 143-154.

Weinstein, D. (1991). Exhibitionism in group psychotherapy. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), The Evolution of Self Psychology: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 7. New York: Guilford Press, 219-233.

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XIV. DEATH AND MOURNING

Cohen, J. & Abramowitz, S. (1990). AIDS attacks the self: A self-psychological exploration of the psychodynamic consequences of AIDS. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), The Realities of Transference: Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 6. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 157-172.

Hagman, G. (1995). Death of a selfobject: Towards a self psychology of the mourning process. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 11. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 189-205.

Hagman, G. (1996). Flight from the subjectivity of the other: Pathological adaptation to childhood parent loss. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 12. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 207-219.

Knoblauch, S. (1995). The selfobject function of religious experience: The treatment of a dying patient. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 11. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 207-217.

Paradis, B. (1993). A self psychological approach to the treatment of gay men with AIDS. Clinical Social Work Journal, 21, 405-416.

Shane, E., & Shane, M. (1990). Object loss and selfobject loss: A consideration of self psychology's contribution to understanding mourning and the failure to mourn. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, Volume 18. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 115-131.

Shelby, D. (1993). Mourning theory reconsidered. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 9. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 169-190.

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XV. SUPERVISION

Barth, F. D. (1988). The patient as a selfobject: A form of countertransference. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 52, 294-303.

Brightman, B. (1984). Narcissistic issues in the training experience of the psychotherapist. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 10, 293-317.

Elson, M. (1989). The teacher as learner; the learner as teacher. In K. Field, B. Cohler and G. Wool (Eds.), Learning and Education: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (pp. 789-808). Madison, Conn: International Universities Press.

Friedman, D. and Kaslow, N. (1986). The development of professional identity in psychotherapists: Six stages in the supervision process. In F. Kaslow (Ed.), Supervision and Training: Models, Dilemmas, and Challenges, (pp. 29-49). New York: Haworth Press.

Fuqua, P. (1994). Teaching, learning, and supervision. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), A Decade of Progress: Progress in Self Psychology (Vol. 10, 79-98). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Gardner, J.(1995). Supervision of trainees: Tending the professional self. Clinical Social Work Journal, 23, 271-286.

Gediman, H., & Wolkenfeld, F. (1980). The parallelism phenomenon in psychoanalysis and supervision: Its reconsideration as a triadic system. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 49, 234-255.

Muslin, H. and Val, E. (1989). Supervision: A teaching-learning paradigm. In K. Field, B. Cohler and G. Wool (Eds.), Learning and Education: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (pp. 159-179). Madison, Conn: International Universities Press.

Ornstein, P. (1990). A self psychology view. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 10, 478-497.

Topel, E. (2000). eSupervision: Something New Under the Sun. In A. Goldberg (Ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 15, (pp 103-140). Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press.

Sloan, J. (1986). The empathic vantage point in supervision. In A. Goldberg, (Ed.), Progress in Self Psychology (Vol. 2, pp.188-211). New York: Guilford Press.

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XVI. PSYCHOSIS

Garfield, D. (2001). The use of vitality affects in the coalescence of self in psychosis. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 17. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 113-128.

Pollach, W. (1989). Schizophrenia and the self: Contributions of psychoanalytic self psychology. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 15, 311-322.

Stolorow, R., Brandchaft, B. & Atwood, G. (1987). Treatment of psychotic states. In Psychoanalytic Treatment: An Intersubjective Approach. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 132-172.

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XVII. RELIGION

Goldberg, C. (1996). The privileged position of religion in the clinical dialogue. Clinical Social Work Journal, 24, 125-136.

Holliman, P. (2002). Religious experience as selfobject experience. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 18. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 193-205.

Knoblauch, S. (1995). The selfobject function of religious experience: The treatment of a dying patient. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 11. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 207-217.

Mason, R. (1980). The psychology of the self: Religion and psychotherapy. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Advances in Self Psychology. New York: International Universities Press, 407-425.

Randall, R. (1988). Pastor and Parish: The Psychological Core of Ecclesiastical Conflicts. New York: Human Services Press, Inc.

Rector, L. (1996). The function of early selfobject experiences in gendered representations of God. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 12. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 269-283.

Rector, L. (2001). Mystical experience as an expression of the idealizing selfobject need. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 17. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 179-195.

Scharfenberg, J. (1980). The psychology of the self and religion. In A. Goldberg, (ed.), Advances in Self Psychology. New York: International Universities Press, 427-437.

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XVIII. COMPARATIVE THEORY

Bacal, H. & Newman, K. (1990). Theories of Object Relations: Bridges to Self Psychology. New York: Columbia University Press.

Detrick, D. & Detrick, S. (1989). Self Psychology: Comparisons and Contrasts. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Kahn, E. (1985). Heinz Kohut and Carl Rogers: A timely comparison. American Psychologist, 40, 893-904.

Lang, J. (1987). Two contrasting frames of reference for understanding borderline patients: Kernberg and Kohut. In J. Grotstein et al., (eds.), The Borderline Patient, Volume I. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Mitchell, S. ed. (1995). Symposium on Self Psychology After Kohut. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 5, 351-434.

Shane, M. & Shane, E. (1993). Self psychology after Kohut: One theory or many? Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 41, 777-797.

Teicholz, J. (1998). Self and relationship: Kohut, Loewald, and the postmoderns. In A. Goldberg (ed.), Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 14, 267-292.

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IX. MISCELLANEOUS CLINICAL TOPICS

Atwood, G., Stolorow, R. & Trop, J. (1989). Impasses in psychoanalytic therapy: A Royal Road. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 25, 554-573.

Connors, M. (2001). Integrative treatment of symptomatic disorders. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 18, 74-91.

Roland, A. (1996). The influence of culture on the self and selfobject relationships: An Asian-North American comparison. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 6, 461-475.

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