Publications By Our Members
Babatzanis G., (Author): Analysis of a Pre-homosexual with a Twelve-Year Developmental Follow-Up. Published in – The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
Volume 52 – 1997, Pages 159-189
Babatzanis G., Fate and the Personal Myth in Medeas Flight; “Fillicide” – chapter 12, pages 235-255, Edited by Dr. Peter Hartocolli and Dr Ian Davidson Graham, International University Press 1991
Professor of Sociology and Social & Political Thought | York University, Glendon College
Glouberman S., Learning To Tolerate Loss: Some Notes on A Two-and–One-Half-Year-Old Who is Just Beginning Daycare, in Melanie Klein and Object Relations, Vol 14, No.1, June 1996
Glouberman S., Book Review. Building on Bion: Roots, Origins and Context of Bion’s Contributions to Theory and Practice, and Building on Bion: Branches, Contemporary Developments and Applications of Bion’s Contributions to Theory and Practice, in Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol 11, No. 1, Spring 2005
Graham I. Enuresis as a Psychosomatic Problem of Childhood. U.W.O. Student Medical Journal, Sprin 1957
Graham I. Book Review (1985). Ernest Jones: Freud’s Alter Ego. By Vincent Brome. New York/London. W.W. Norton & Co. 1983, 250 pp. Psychoanalytic Quarterly 1985 No 3: 466-470
Graham I. Article (1985). Psychoanalytic Training in Canada. Psychoanalytic Education 4: 175-192
Graham I. Book – Editing with two articles: The Personal Myth in Psychoanalytic Theory – with Peter Hartocolis Ph.D., M.D.,International Universities Press, (1991)
Graham I. Chapter One – Conceptual Streaming in Clinical Theory : Personal Myth as a Bridging Concept. Chapter Thirty-two – Epilogue
Graham I. The Personal Myth and Mythopoesis: A Proposal for an Integrated Clinical Theory of Psychoanalysis. Presented to the Western New York Psychoanalytic Society, June 1996 and the Faculty of Psychology, Clark University, November 1986.
Graham I. The Sibling Object and Its Transferences: Organizer of the Middle Field. Psychoanalytic Inquiry – Eloise Moore Aggers, editor. Vol 8, No. 1, pp 88 – 107
Graham I Article (2002) on the genesis and conversion of sexual orientation: single psychoanalytic case study. In Objects of Desire: The Sexual Deviations, ed. C.W. Socarides & A. Freedman. Madison, CT: International Universities Press.
Jaffe, E. (2006). Feast of Lights (novel for young adults). Toronto: Sumach Press,. (Deals with grief and mourning, as well as family stories and traditions)
Jaffe, E. Fireweed, #78. Toronto, Ontario. “Coming of Age in SAMOA” (short story).
Jaffe, E. Intricate Countries: women poets from earth to sky. Ed. Gertrude Lebans; co-editors Leslie Chin Douglass and Ellen Jaffe (artemis enterprises, Dundas, ON, 1996). 7 Canadian women poets. 160 pp. 20 of my poems included
Jaffe, E. Jason’s Quest. play for children, adapted from novel of the same title by Margaret Laurence (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970.) Premiere production, April 2001, by Adventures in Children’s Theatre, Embro, Ontario. Script: 60 pp.
Jaffe, E. Journal of Child Psychotherapy (Association of Child Psychotherapists):
1. Brief Psychotherapy with a Three-Year-Old Girl: “You Don’t Want to Touch that Hole, Do You?” Vol. 5, 1979. London, U.K.
2. “When There Were Monsters….”: Asthma, Anxiety and Health in a four-year-old boy. Vol. 7, 1981. London, U.K.
Jaffe, E. The Stone Angel Speaks: Listening to Older Women’s Voices. With Dr. Ellen B. Ryan. One of a series published by the McMaster Centre for Gerontological Studies. Hamilton, ON, 2006).
Jaffe, E. Syntymalauluja/Birth Songs, trans. by Hannele Pohjanmies, ed. by Marja Schulman. (Helsinki, Finland: Therapeia Foundation, 2005). Translations of some poems in Water Children, and a few new poems.
Jaffe, E. Water Children, poems by Ellen S. Jaffe. (Hamilton: Mini Mocho Press, 2002.) 80 pp. First solo collection: 57 poems. Received the Different Drummer Award for best poetry book of 2002, from the Hamilton & Region Arts Council.
Jaffe, E. Writing Your Way: Creating a Personal Journal. Ellen Jaffe. (Toronto: Sumach Press, 2001). 208 pp. Book about the writing process (essays and meditations on various themes, including language, landscape, trauma, and spirituality, with suggestions for writing.) Received award for best Non-Fiction book of 2001, Hamilton & Region Arts Council.
Poems also published in a several anthologies and journals, in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K.
Kindler R, 2010 Theatre and Therapy: How improvisation informs the analytic hour. With Gray, A.A. In Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Forms of Creative Expression in Psychoanalysis. Eds. Kindler, A. Chaplin Kindler, R. & Press. C.
Kindler R, 2007 A peek into the playroom. A contemporary self psychological approach to work with children. In New Developments in Self Psychology Practice. Eds. Buirski, P. & Kottler, A., 69-84. Rowman & Littlefield.
Kindler R, 2007 How Does Analytic Child Therapy Inform Adult Treatment? A Discussion of Iris Hilke’s Miss Nicht. In: Int. Journal of Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology. Vol. 2, No. 2, 219-225. Ed. W. Coburn.
Kindler R, 2005 Creative Co-constructions: A psychoanalytic approach to spontaneity and improvisation in the therapy of a twice forsaken child. In: Clinical Applications of Drama Therapy in Child and Adolescent Treatment. Eds. Anna Marie Weber & Craig Haen. p 87-103, Brunner-Routledge. New York and Hove.
Kindler R, 1997, Lonely as a Cloud, Finding Daffodils in the House of Terror. In: Conversations in Self Psychology. Progress in Self Psychology. Vol. 13. Ed. A. Goldberg, 271-288. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Kindler R, 1997, Turning Passive into Active: Treatment of Physically Disabled Preschoolers. In: Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Vol. 14. #2 Ed.J. Gotthold 323-348. International Universities Press.
Kindler R, 1994, Drama Therapy with a Bereaved Three Year Old. In: Journal of the Creative and Expressive Arts Therapies Exchange Vol. 4.
Levine, E., Paolo Knill, and Stephen K. Levine, (2005) Principles and Practice of Expressive Arts Therapy: Toward a Therapeutic Aesthetics, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Levine, E. (2003) Tending the Fire: Studies in Art, Therapy and Creativity, Toronto, EGS Press.
Levine, E. Stephen K. Levine, (1999) Foundations of Expressive Arts Therapy: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Morrison, J., & Mishna, F. (2006). Knowing the child: An ecological approach to the treatment of children in foster care. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(4), 467-481.
Morrison, J., & Mishna, F. (2011). School-Based Treatment for Maltreated Children.
Levine, D., & Mishna F. (in press). A self psychological and relational approach to group therapy for university students with bulimia. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy.
Mishna, F., Wiener, J., & Pepler, D. (in press). Some of my best friends: Experiences of bullying within friendships. School Psychology International.
Rasmussen, B., & Mishna, F. (in press).A fine balance: Instructors’ self-disclosure in the classroom. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.
Ringel, S., & Mishna, F. (in press). Beyond avoidance and secrecy: Using students’ practice to teach ethics. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.
Mishna, F., Pepler, D., & Wiener, J. (2006). Factors associated with perceptions and responses to bullying situations by children, parents, teachers and principals. Victims and Offenders, 1(3), 255-288.
Morrison, J., & Mishna, F. (2006). Knowing the child: An ecological approach to the treatment of children in foster care. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(4), 467-481.
Mishna, F., Scarcello, I., Pepler, D., & Wiener, J. (2005). Teachers’ understanding of bullying. Canadian Journal of Education, 28(4), 718-738.
Mishna, F. (2005). The application of self psychology to therapeutic camps. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 12(1), 51-71.
Mishna, F., & Alaggia, R. (2005). Weighing the risks: A child’s decision to disclose peer victimization. Children & Schools, 27(4), 217-226.
Amerongen, M., & Mishna, F. (2004). Learning disabilities and behaviour problems: A self psychological and intersubjective approach to working with parents. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 11(2), 33-53.
Mishna, F. (2004). A qualitative study of bullying from multiple perspectives. Children & Schools, 26(4), 234-247.
Mishna, F., Antle, B.J., & Regehr, C. (2004). Tapping the perspectives of children: Emerging ethical issues in qualitative research. Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 3(4), 449-468.
Mishna, F. & Muskat, B. (2004). School-based group treatment for students with learning disabilities: A collaborative approach.Children & Schools, 26(3), 135-150.
Mishna, F., & Muskat, B. (2004). “I’m not the only one!” Group therapy for children and adolescents with learning disabilities.International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54(4), 455-476.
Michalski, J., Mishna, F., Worthington, C., & Cummings, R. (2003). A multi-method impact evaluation of a therapeutic summer camp program. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 20(1), 53-76.
Mishna, F. (2003). Peer victimization: The case for social work intervention. Families in Society, 84(4), 513-522.
Mishna, F. (2003). Learning disabilities and bullying: Double jeopardy. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36(4), 336-347.
Mishna, F., Regehr, C., & Antle, B.J. (2003). Canadian legal and ethical parameters forworking with suicidal clients. Canadian Social Work, 5(1), 17-28.
Rasmussen, B., & Mishna, F. (2003). The relevance of psychodynamic theories to teaching social work. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 74, 31-47.
Mishna, F., Antle, B.J., & Regehr, C. (2002). Social work with clients contemplating suicide: Complexity and ambiguity in the clinical, ethical and legal considerations. Clinical Social Work Journal, 30(3), 265-280.
Mishna, F., Muskat, B., & Schamess, G. (2002). Food for thought: The use of food in group therapy with children and adolescents. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52(1), 27-47.
Mishna, F., Michalski, J., & Cummings, R. (2001). Camps as social work interventions: Returning to our roots. Social Work with Groups, 24(3/4), 153-171.
Mishna, F., & Muskat, B. (2001). Social group work for young offenders with learning disabilities. Social Work with Groups, 24(3/4), 11-31.
Mishna, F., & Rasmussen, B. (2001). The learning relationship: Working through disjunctions in the classroom. Clinical Social Work Journal, 29(4), 387-399.
Mishna, F., & Muskat, B. (1998). Group therapy for boys with features of Asperger Syndrome and concurrent learning disabilities: Finding a peer group. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 8(3), 97-114.
Mishna, F. (1996). In their own words: Therapeutic factors for adolescents who have learning disabilities. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 46, 265-273.
Mishna, F. (1996). Finding their voice: Group therapy for adolescents with learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 11, 249-258.
Mishna, F., Kaiman, J., Little, S., & Tarshis, E. (1994). Group therapy with adolescents who have learning disabilities and social/emotional problems. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 4, 117-131.
Stirtzinger, R., & Mishna, F. (1994). The borderline family in the borderline child – understanding and managing the noise. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 39, 333-340.
Mishna, F. (in press). Bullying and victimization: Transforming trauma through empowerment. In J. Wise, & M. Bussey (Eds.),Transforming trauma: An empowerment response. New York: Columbia University Press.
Mishna, F., Regehr, C., & Antle, B.J. (2005). Social work with clients contemplating suicide:
Complexity and ambiguity in the clinical, ethical and legal considerations. In. F.J. Turner (Ed.), Social work diagnosis in contemporary practice (pp. 586-598). New York: Oxford
University Press. (reprinted from Clinical Social Work Journal).
Mishna, F., Muskat, B., & Schamess, G. (2005). Food for thought: The use of food in group therapy with children and adolescents. In. F.J. Turner (Ed.), Social work diagnosis in contemporary practice. New York: Oxford University Press. (reprinted from International Journal of Group Psychotherapy).
Antle, B.J., Regehr, C., & Mishna, F. (2004). Qualitative research ethics: Thriving within tensions. In A.R. Roberts, & K. Yeager (Eds.),Handbook of practice-focused research and evaluation (pp. 126-136). New York: Oxford University Press.
Chambon, A., Duvall, J., King, E., & Mishna, F. (2004). Research as retelling: Capturing pivotal moments in therapy and training. In S. Madigan (Ed.), Therapeutic conversations 5: Therapy from the outside in (pp. 147-164). Vancouver, BC: Yaletown Family Therapy.
Stoddart, K.P., Muskat, B., & Mishna, F. (2004). Children and adolescents with Asperger Syndrome: Social work assessment and intervention. In K.P. Stoddart (Ed.), Children, youth and adults with Asperger Syndrome: Integrating multiple perspectives (pp. 155-167). London: Jessica Kinglsey Publishers.
Mishna, F. (in press). Learning disabilities and social work practice. In F. Turner (Ed.), The Canadian encyclopedia of social work.
Mishna, F. (1999). Finding their voice: Group therapy for adolescents with learning disabilities. In Learning disabilities (pp. 91-100). Open University of Israel (reprinted from Learning Disabilities Research & Practice).
Willock, B. (1975). Review of the Technique of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Volumes I and II, by Robert Langs. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 39, 280-283.
Willock, B. (1980). The Hyperaggressive Child: A Biopsychosocial Model. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.
Willock, B. (1983). Play Therapy with the Aggressive, Acting-out Child. In C.E. Schaefer and K.J. O’Connor (Eds.), Handbook of Play Therapy, 386-411. New York: Wiley.
Willock, B. (1986). Narcissistic Vulnerability in the Hyperaggressive Child: The Disregarded (Unloved, Uncared-for) Self. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3, 59-80.
Willock, B. (1987). The Devalued (Unloveable, Repugnant) Self: A Second Facet of Narcissistic Vulnerability in the Aggressive, Conduct-Disordered Child. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 4, 219-240.
Willock, B. (1987). Review of Systems Psychology in the Schools, by J.M. Plas. International Journal of Early Childhood, 19, 77-80.
Willock, B. (1988). Review of Impasse and Interpretation: Therapeutic and Anti-Therapeutic Factors in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Psychotic, Borderline and Neurotic Patients, by Harold Rosenfeld. The Ontario Psychologist, 20(7), 15.
Willock, B. (1988). Psychotherapy and the Realistic Scope of Health Insurance. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 18, 291-311.
Willock, B. (1989). Review of Innovative Interventions in Child and Adolescent Therapy, by C.E. Schaefer (ed.). Melanie Klein and Object Relations, 7, 107-112.
Willock, B. (1990). From Acting Out to Interactive Play. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 71, 321-334.
Willock, B. (1992). Projection, Transitional Phenomena, and the Rorschach. Journal of Personality Assessment, 59, 99-116.
Willock, B. (1994). Psychoanalysis Under National Health Care Systems: International Perspectives. Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 14(4), 36-38.
Willock, B. (1996). Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Under National Health Insurance Plans Around the World. In J. Barron and H. Sands (Eds.). Impact of Managed Care on Psychodynamic Treatment, pp. 281-296. Madison, CT: International Universities Press.
Willock, B., Balzert, C., Fayek, A. & Abraham, J. (1999). National Health Insurance Coverage of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: An International Survey Highlighting Some Current Problems. In H. Kaley, M. Eagle, D. Wolitzky (Eds). Psychoanalytic Therapy as Health Care. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press, pp. 127-160.
Willock, B. (2000). Review of The Impact of Narcissism: The Errant Therapist on a Chaotic Quest, by Peter Giovacchini. Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 8, 278-281.
Willock, B. (2001). Stephen A. Mitchell, 1946-2000. American Psychologist, 56, 820.
Willock, B. (2005). Developmental Dreaming? Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 13: 192-201.
Willock, B. (2007). Thoughts for These Times on Transience and Transformation. In B. Willock, R. Curtis, L. Bohm (eds.), On Deaths and Endings: Psychoanalysts’ Reflections Finality, Transformations and New Beginnings. London: Routledge.
Willock, B., Bohm, L. & Curtis, R. (2007). On Deaths and Endings: Psychoanalysts’ Reflections on Finality, Transformations and New Beginnings. London: Routledge. 2008 Gradiva Award for Best Anthology, The World Organization and Public Education Corporation of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Goethe Award, Finalist, 2008.
Willock, B., Curtis, R.C, & Bohm, L.C (2009). Taboo or Not Taboo? Forbidden Thoughts, Forbidden Acts in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. London: Karnac (Developments in Psychoanalysis Series. Series Editors: Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, & Liz Allison.). Goethe Award for Psychoanalytic & Psychodynamic Scholarship (for the 2009 publication year). Canadian Psychological Association Section on Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Psychology. Gradiva Award Finalist for Best Clinical Book.
Willock, B. (2007). Comparative-Integrative Psychoanalysis: A Relational Perspective for our Discipline’s Second Century. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press (Relational Perspective Book Series). Finalist, Goethe Award, 2008.
Willock, B. (2009). Glancing Back, Facing Forward: ‘Final’ Thoughts on Taboo. In: Taboo or Not Taboo? Forbidden Thoughts, Forbidden Acts in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. B. Willock, R.C. Curtis, L.C. Bohm, (eds). London: Karnac (Developments in Psychoanalysis Series. Series Editors: Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, & Liz Allison.).
Willock, B. (2012). Loneliness, Longing, and Limiting Theoretical Models. In B.Willock, L.C. Bohm, & R.C. Curtis (eds.), Loneliness and Longing: Conscious and Unconscious Aspects. London: Routledge. Goethe Award (Runner up) 2013.
Willock, B. (2012). Loneliness and Longing: Crucial Aspects of the Human Experience. In B.Willock, L.C. Bohm, & R.C. Curtis (eds.), Loneliness and Longing: Conscious and Unconscious Aspects. London: Routledge.
Willock, B. (2013). Loneliness and the Life Cycle. In A.K. Richards, L. Spira, & A. Lynch (Eds.), Encounters with Loneliness. IP Books. To be translated into Chinese in or after 2014.
Willock, B. (2014). The Man who Mistook his Daughter for his Ex-wife. In B. Willock, R.C. Curtis, & L. C. Bohm, (Eds.), Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Routledge: London.
Willock, B. (2014). The pervasive presence of failure, from cradle to grave. In B. Willock, R.C. Curtis, & L. C. Bohm, (Eds.), Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Routledge: London.
(2014). Willock, B. The mutually facilitating maturational matrix. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 24:364-373.
(2012). Willock, B., Bohm, L.C., & Curtis, R.C. (eds.). Loneliness and Longing: Conscious and Unconscious Aspects. London: Routledge. Translated into Chinese by Francy Fang Wang. Biejing: China Logistics Publishing House (in press). Goethe Award for Psychoanalytic & Psychodynamic Scholarship (Runner up).
(2014). Willock, B., Curtis, R.C., & Bohm, L.C. Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Routledge: London.
(2015) Willock, B. Psychoanalysis of Prematurity. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 25: 34-49.
(2016) Willock, B. The ontogeny, cultural context, and treatment of disgust. Psychoanalytic Dialogues.
(2016) Willock, B. Identifying/Disidentifying. In: Willock, B., Bohm, L.C., & Curtis, R.C.. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Identity and Difference: Navigating the Divide. London: Routledge.
Willock, B., Bohm, L.C., & Curtis, R.C. (in press). Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Identity and Difference: Navigating the Divide. London: Routledge.
Willock, B. & Bonovitz, C. (in press). The Origins of Relationality. In…….. (Eds.). London: Routledge.