Wikia

Psychology Wiki

Therapist role

Talk1
34,135pages on
this wiki
Revision as of 22:01, February 27, 2008 by Dr Joe Kiff (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)

Assessment | Biopsychology | Comparative | Cognitive | Developmental | Language | Individual differences | Personality | Philosophy | Social |
Methods | Statistics | Clinical | Educational | Industrial | Professional items | World psychology |

Clinical: Approaches · Group therapy · Techniques · Types of problem · Areas of specialism · Taxonomies · Therapeutic issues · Modes of delivery · Model translation project · Personal experiences ·



See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • How to use intervention in your professional practice: A guide for helping-professionals who work with chemical dependents and their families. (1987).). Minneapolis, MN: Johnson Institute Books.
  • Role and gender considerations for therapists. (1990).). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Reexamination of therapist self-disclosure. (2001).): Psychiatric Services Vol 52(11) Nov 2001, 1489-1493.
  • Acker, N. L. (1978). Effect of gender of the therapist on the self-perceptions of the female client: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Ackerman, M. D., & Carey, M. P. (1995). Psychology's role in the assessment of erectile dysfunction: Historical precedents, current knowledge, and methods: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 63(6) Dec 1995, 862-876.
  • Adams, S. (2000). Combining teacher and therapist roles: Making the space and taming the dragon. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Adleman, J., & Barrett, S. E. (1990). Overlapping relationships: Importance of the feminist ethical perspective. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Adler, G., & Rhine, M. W. (1988). The selfobject function of projective identification: Curative factors in psychotherapy: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 52(6) Nov 1988, 473-491.
  • Adler, H. (1984). The role of the analyst in the treatment process: A contribution to the theory of therapy: Psyche: Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen Vol 38(11) Nov 1984, 993-1022.
  • Adolph, M. (1983). The all-women's consciousness raising group as a component of treatment for mental illness: Social Work with Groups Vol 6(3-4) Fal-Win 1983, 117-131.
  • Albino, J. E. N. (2002). A psychologist's guide to oral diseases and their treatment: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 33(2) Apr 2002, 176-182.
  • Albretsen, C. S., Tkdahl, S., Knutsen, P., Olsson, S., & et al. (1985). The function of the psychiatrist in the out-patient clinic: Nordisk Psykiatrisk Tidsskrift Vol 39(5) 1985, 359-364.
  • Alexander, H., & Kempe, R. S. (1982). The role of the lay therapist in long-term treatment: Child Abuse & Neglect Vol 6(3) 1982, 329-334.
  • Alexandris, A., & Vaslamatzis, G. (1993). Countertransferential bodily feelings and the containing function of the analyst. London, England: Karnac Books.
  • Allen, E. E. (1982). Multiple attending in therapy groups: Personnel & Guidance Journal Vol 60(5) Jan 1982, 318-320.
  • Allen, E. K. (2003). Therapist responses to traumatized female patients' anger and sadness: A countertransference study. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Allen, F. C. L. (1998). Euthanasia: Why torture dying people when we have sick animals put down? : Australian Psychologist Vol 33(1) Mar 1998, 12-15.
  • Allen, K. D., Mathews, J. R., & Shriver, M. D. (1999). Children and recurrent headaches: Assessment and treatment implications for school psychologists: School Psychology Review Vol 28(2) 1999, 266-279.
  • Almond, R. (1995). The analytic role: A mediating influence in the interplay of transference and countertransference: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 43(2) 1995, 469-494.
  • Altman, N., Briggs, R., Frankel, J., Gensler, D., & Pantone, P. (2002). Relational child psychotherapy. New York, NY: Other Press.
  • Amada, G. (1993). Some ethical considerations: A commentary on "Between Cordelia and Guido: The consultant's role in urgent situations." Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 23-34.
  • Amar, N. (1984). The master of the game: His role in the psychodramatic technique: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 48(6) Nov-Dec 1984, 1453-1456.
  • Amar, P. B. (1978). Role of the therapist in biofeedback training: Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics Vol 30(3-4) 1978, 179-186.
  • Amir, D. (2004). Giving Trauma a Voice: The Role of Improvisational Music Therapy in Exposing, Dealing with and Healing a Traumatic Experience of Sexual Abuse: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 22(2) 2004, 96-103.
  • Amodeo, M. (1995). The therapist's role in the drinking stage. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Amodeo, M. (1995). The therapist's role in the transitional stage. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Anderson, H. H. (1946). Directive and nondirective psychotherapy: the role of the therapist: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 16 1946, 608-614.
  • Andolfi, M., & Angelo, C. (1981). The therapist as director of the family drama: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 7(3) Jul 1981, 255-264.
  • Andolfi, M., & Angelo, C. (1984). Principles of family therapy: Terapia Familiare No 16 Dec 1984, 7-25.
  • Andolfi, M., & Angelo, C. (1988). Toward constructing the therapeutic system: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 14(3) Jul 1988, 237-247.
  • Andresen, J. J. (1991). Biblical Job: Changing the helper's mind: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 27(3) Jul 1991, 454-481.
  • Andronico, M. P. (1991). The psychotherapist as a GP (general practitioner): Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 9(1) 1991, 13-23.
  • Andrykowski, M. A., & Redd, W. H. (1987). Life-threatening disease: Biopsychosocial dimensions of cancer care. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Angus, L. E., & Rennie, D. L. (1988). Therapist participation in metaphor generation: Collaborative and noncollaborative styles: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 25(4) Win 1988, 552-560.
  • Ansell, C. (1996). Comment on "Consultative Conversations: The Change Process in Couples Therapy." New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Ansello, E. F. (1985). The activity coordinator as environmental press: Activities, Adaptation & Aging Vol 6(3) Spr 1985, 87-97.
  • Anthony, E. J. (1972). Comparison between individual and group psychotherapy. New York, NY, England: E P Dutton.
  • Apfelbaum, B. (1984). The ego-analytic approach to individual body-work sex therapy: Five case examples: Journal of Sex Research Vol 20(1) Feb 1984, 44-70.
  • Aponte, H. J. (1992). The black sheep of the family: A structural approach to brief therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Aponte, H. J. (1992). Training the person of the therapist in structural family therapy: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(3) Jul 1992, 269-281.
  • Arboleda-Florez, J. (1987). Psychiatric ethics in correlational services: International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Vol 31(3) 1987, v-ix.
  • Archambeau, E. (1980). Beyond countertransference: The psychotherapist's experience of healing in the therapeutic relationship: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Arieti, S. (1977). Psychotherapy of severe depression: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 134(8) Aug 1977, 864-868.
  • Arnett, J. L., Nicholson, I. R., & Breault, L. (2004). Psychology's Role in Health in Canada: Reaction to Romanow and Marchildon: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 45(3) Aug 2004, 228-232.
  • Arnkoff, D. B., Glass, C. R., & Shapiro, S. J. (2002). Expectations and preferences. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Arnstein, M. (1988). An overview of three models of marital therapy: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 9(3) Sep 1988, 151-158.
  • Aron, L. (1992). From Ferenczi to Searles and contemporary relational approaches: Commentary on Mark Blechner's "Working in the Countertransference." Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 2(2) 1992, 181-190.
  • Aronson, S. (2002). The group treatment process. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Aronsson, K., & Cederborg, A.-C. (1996). Coming of age in family therapy talk: Perspective setting in multiparty problem formulations: Discourse Processes Vol 21(2) Mar-Apr 1996, 191-212.
  • Arsenault, R. E. (1980). The role and impact of the leader in group psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Ash, P. (2000). Family decision making, civil commitment, and treatment. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Ashbach, C. J., & Schermer, V. L. (1992). The role of the therapist from a self psychology perspective. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Athanassiou, C. (1986). Commentary on J. Schaeffer's paper: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 50(3) May-Jun 1986, 945-949.
  • Athanassiou, C. (1994). The "container" function: The effect of a technique: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1661-1667.
  • Aucher, T. (1997). The psychoanalyst as gardener: an image contrasted to that of the "Macho" psychoanalyst: Zeitschrift fur Individualpsychologie Vol 22(3) 1997, 204-219.
  • Auld, F., & Hyman, M. (1991). Basic principles of psychoanalytic therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Auld, F., & Hyman, M. (1991). Support and relationship in psychoanalytic therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Auld, F., & Hyman, M. (1991). Termination: When and how to stop therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Auld, F., Hyman, M., & Rudzinski, D. (2005). Support and relationship in psychoanalytic therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Aupperle, P. M., MacPhee, E. R., Strozeski, J. E., Finn, M., & Heath, J. M. (2004). Hospice use for the patient with advanced Alzheimer's disease: The role of the geriatric psychiatrist: American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine Vol 21(6) Nov-Dec 2004, 427-437.
  • Austin, L. S. (1991). In the wake of Hugo: The role of the psychiatrist: Psychiatric Annals Vol 21(9) Sep 1991, 520-524.
  • Austin, M. A. (1996). Recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse: Problems and concerns. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Axelson, A. A. (1998). Clinical role of the psychiatrist in managed care. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Azar, S. T., & Makin-Byrd, K. N. (2007). When family values clash with therapist's goals and treatment delivery. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Bacal, H. A. (1997). Optimal responsiveness and analytic listening: Discussion of James L. Fosshage's "Listening/Experiencing Perspectives and the Quest for a Facilitating Responsiveness". Mahwah, NJ: Analytic Press.
  • Bacal, H. A. (1998). Notes on optimal responsiveness in the group process. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Backer, T. E., & Richardson, D. (1989). Building bridges: Psychologists and families of the mentally ill: American Psychologist Vol 44(3) Mar 1989, 546-550.
  • Bagarozzi, D. A. (1982). The family therapist's role in treating families in rural communities: A general systems approach: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 8(2) Apr 1982, 51-58.
  • Bailey, A. (2000). A primer on school-based mental health practice: Lessons from the literature: Smith College Studies in Social Work Vol 70(2) Mar 2000, 239-254.
  • Bailey, D. M. (1988). Occupational therapy administrators and clinicians: Differences in demographics and values: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 8(5) Sep-Oct 1988, 299-315.
  • Bailey, K. G., Deardorff, P., & Nay, W. R. (1977). Students play therapist: Relative effects of role playing, videotape feedback, and modeling in a simulated interview: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 45(2) Apr 1977, 257-266.
  • Bailey, R. D., & Craze, A. (1980). Nursing assistants as co-therapists: Child Care, Health & Development Vol 6(1) Jan-Feb 1980, 17-24.
  • Baker, J. T. (1996). Effect of nonverbal dominance and affiliation on perception of female therapist influence. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Balch, W. R. (1983). The use of role-playing in a classroom demonstration of client-centered therapy: Teaching of Psychology Vol 10(3) Oct 1983, 173-174.
  • Ballerini, V., & Stenico, E. (1985). Problems of interaction between the psychiatrist and the patient's social network: Psichiatria Generale e dell'Eta Evolutiva Vol 23(1) 1985, 73-77.
  • Balon, R., & Mufti, R. (1997). Tarasoff ruling and reporting to the authorities: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 154(9) Sep 1997, 1321.
  • Balsam, R. M. (2001). Psychodynamic psychotherapy: The supervisory process. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Banks, H. C. (1975). The Black person as client and as therapist: Professional Psychology Vol 6(4) Nov 1975, 470-474.
  • Banmen, J. (1986). Virginia Satir's family therapy model: Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice Vol 42(4) Dec 1986, 480-492.
  • Bar-Levav, R. (1977). The treatment of preverbal hunger and rage in a group: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 27(4) Oct 1977, 457-469.
  • Barnes, F. H. (1986). Comment on Soth: Child Care Quarterly Vol 15(2) Sum 1986, 121-123.
  • Barringer, C. R. (2000). On the front line: The respite worker as participant, observer, and consultant. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Barris, R. (1983). Toward an image of one's own: Sources of variation in the occupational therapist's role: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Barris, R. (1984). Toward an image of one's own: Sources of variation in the role of occupational therapists in psychosocial practice: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 4(1) Jan 1984, 3-23.
  • Barth, J. C. (2006). Families Coping with the Death of a Parent: The Therapist's Role. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Barus-Michel, J. (1978). The psychologist and the institution: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 32(3-7) 1978-1979, 207-219.
  • Basescu, S. (1990). Show and tell: Reflections on the analyst's self-disclosure. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Bass, B. M. (1970). The Dual Role of Practitioner and Member of the Academic Community: Comment: Professional Psychology Vol 1(3) Spr 1970, 282-283.
  • Bastian, T. (1991). A depth psychological contribution to the criticism of "ecological irrationality." Praxis der Psychotherapie und Psychosomatik Vol 36(3) May 1991, 166-171.
  • Battegay, R. (2006). The Role of Narcissism in Group Psychotherapy: Group Analysis Vol 39(3) Sep 2006, 390-399.
  • Bayley, S., & Pratt, G. (1987). What educational psychologists might offer to education: AEP (Association of Educational Psychologists) Journal Vol 3(3) Oct 1987, 40-43.
  • Bazot, M., & Force, L. (1985). Alcohol, the alcoholic, and the psychiatrist in the military environment: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 61(8) Oct 1985, 1067-1076.
  • Becker, S., & Clement, U. (1989). HIV-infection: Psychic elaboration and political reality: Psyche: Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen Vol 43(8) Aug 1989, 698-709.
  • Beckstrand, K. L., & Stout, C. E. (1993). How to deal with manipulative children. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Becvar, D. S. (2000). Euthanasia decisions. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Bednar, R. L., & Peterson, S. R. (1995). Family relations and the development of self-esteem in children. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Beebe, J. (1995). Sustaining the potential analyst's morale. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.
  • Beetschen, A. (1993). Releasing the animism of dreams: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 57(1) Jan-Mar 1993, 201-208.
  • Begoin, J. (1994). Masculine and feminine elements of psychic growth: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1707-1711.
  • Behrendt, W. S. (1993). Unwilling to admit, unable to see: Therapeutic experiences with the National Socialist "complex." San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Beinart, H., & Lukeman, D. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": A response by two clinical child psychologists: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(1) 1997, 22-23.
  • Belar, C. D., & Deardorff, W. W. (1995). Clinical health psychology in medical settings: A practitioner's guidebook (rev. ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Belar, C. D., & Deardorff, W. W. (1995). Introduction to clinical health psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Belar, C. D., & Geisser, M. E. (1995). Roles of the clinical health psychologist in the management of chronic illness. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Bell, M. D. (1982). The training psychotherapist in a therapeutic community: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 19(1) Spr 1982, 26-30.
  • Benbenishty, R., & Schul, Y. (1986). Discrepancies between therapists' role preferences and role expectations: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 42(5) Sep 1986, 719-727.
  • Benbenishty, R., & Schul, Y. (1987). Client-therapist congruence of expectations over the course of therapy: British Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 26(1) Feb 1987, 17-24.
  • Benda, J. M. (2003). My journey with Allison in Wonderland. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Bendell, D. (1987). Teenage pregnancy: Clinical Psychologist Vol 40(4) Fal 1987, 90-91.
  • Bender, B. G. (1996). Establishing a role for psychology in respiratory medicine. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Benichou, C., Choutet, P., & Degiovanni, A. (1988). The psychiatrist in units where HIV seropositive patients or ARC or AIDS are taken care of: Annales Medico-Psychologiques Vol 146(3) Mar 1988, 220-221.
  • Benner, D. G. (1983). The incarnation as a metaphor for psychotherapy: Journal of Psychology & Theology Vol 11(4) Win 1983, 287-294.
  • Bennett, C. (1974). Speech pathology and the hearing impaired child: Volta Review Vol 76(9) Dec 1974, 550-557.
  • Bennett, E. M. (1966). The pediatrician's role in evaluating the child with a learning disability: Academic Therapy Quarterly 1(3) 1966, 129-133, 138.
  • Bennett, S. E. (1989). Effectiveness of three different methods of intervention by physical therapists to motivate patients to quit smoking: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Bennink, J., Gussak, D. E., & Skowran, M. (2003). The role of the art therapist in a Juvenile Justice setting: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 30(3) 2003, 163-173.
  • Bennun, I. S. (1986). Group marital therapy: A review: Sexual & Marital Therapy Vol 1(1) 1986, 61-74.
  • Benzing, P. (1986). Community networking: Definition, process, and implications for occupational therapy and physical therapy: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics Vol 4(4) Sum 1986, 15-30.
  • Berger, D. M. (1981). Psychoanalysis, dreaming and the REM state: A clinical vignette: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 26(7) Nov 1981, 490-493.
  • Berger, M. (1978). The role of the clinical child psychologist in an endstage renal disease program: Journal of Clinical Child Psychology Vol 7(1) Spr 1978, 17-18.
  • Berlin, R. M., Kales, J. D., Humphrey, F. J., & Kales, A. (1981). The patient care crisis in community mental health centers: A need for more psychiatric involvement: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 138(4) Apr 1981, 450-454.
  • Berman, A. L. (1987). Adolescent suicide: Clinical consultation: Clinical Psychologist Vol 40(4) Fal 1987, 87-90.
  • Berman, E. (1985). Eclecticism and its discontents: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 22(1-2) 1985, 51-60.
  • Bernheim, K. F. (1994). Determining and implementing the family service plan. Langhorne, PA, England: Harwood Academic Publishers/Gordon.
  • Bernstein, B. E., & Collins, S. K. (1985). Remarriage counseling: Lawyer and therapist's help with the second time around: Family Relations Vol 34(3) Jul 1985, 387-391.
  • Bernstein, S. B. (1990). Motivation for psychoanalysis and the transition from psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Inquiry Vol 10(1) 1990, 21-42.
  • Bettighofer, S. (1992). How therapists contribute to malignant regressive states during the treatment of borderline patients: Praxis der Psychotherapie und Psychosomatik Vol 37(6) Nov 1992, 297-309.
  • Bicknell-Hentges, L. (1995). The stages of the reunification process and the tasks of the therapist. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Bilu, Y., & Witztum, E. (1993). Working with Jewish ultra-orthodox patients: Guidelines for a culturally sensitive therapy: Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry Vol 17(2) Jun 1993, 197-233.
  • Binder, R. L., & McNiel, D. E. (1996). Application of the Tarasoff ruling and its effect on the victim and the therapeutic relationship: Psychiatric Services Vol 47(11) Nov 1996, 1212-1215.
  • Bird, H. R. (1992). Psychotherapy with children of divorce. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Birky, I. T. (1983). Influence of treatment factors on the therapy perceptions of majority and minority subjects: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Bischoff, R. J. (2003). Research in marriage and family therapy. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Clinical Practice Press.
  • Bjerghoj, H. (1999). Analyses of 27 psychological consultancy cases in a low-status area: Psykologisk Paedagogisk Radgivning Vol 36(2) May 1999, 142-154.
  • Blair, A. J., Lewis, V. J., & Booth, D. A. (1989). Behaviour therapy for obesity: The role of clinicians in the reduction of overweight: Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol 2(3) 1989, 289-301.
  • Blaustein, M. (1985). The Chateau Agape: A model for board and care psychiatry: Psychiatric Annals Vol 15(11) Nov 1985, 661-665.
  • Blechner, M. J. (1992). Working in the countertransference: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 2(2) 1992, 161-179.
  • Blechner, M. J. (1992). "Working in the countertransference": Reply: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 2(2) 1992, 205-213.
  • Bleger, L. (1986). The analyst's role: Clinica y Analisis Grupal Vol 10(42) Oct-Dec 1986, 564-584.
  • Blinder, M. G. (1990). Family therapist as expert witness: Family dynamics and "wrongful death" litigation: Family Therapy Vol 17(2) 1990, 101-108.
  • Block, S. D., & Billings, J. A. (1995). Patient requests for euthanasia and assisted suicide in terminal illness: The role of the psychiatrist: Psychosomatics: Journal of Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Vol 36(5) Sep-Oct 1995, 445-457.
  • Block, S. D., & Billings, J. A. (1998). Evaluating patient requests for euthanasia and assisted suicide in terminal illness: The role of the psychiatrist. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Blom, D. (1986). Therapist-initiated linguistic directives in the opening phase of a Milan interview: Journal of Strategic & Systemic Therapies Vol 5(1-2) Spr-Sum 1986, 44-49.
  • Blotcky, M. J., Wiggins, K. M., Sheinbein, M., & Forgotson, J. H. (1978). The development of a therapist-staff alliance on a children's inpatient unit: Acta Paedopsychiatrica: International Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Vol 43(5-6) Sep 1978, 233-241.
  • Blow, A. J., Sprenkle, D. H., & Davis, S. D. (2007). Is who delivers the treatment more important than the treatment itself? The role of the therapist in common factors: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 33(3) Jul 2007, 298-317.
  • Blum, A. (1979). Listening to the deaf: Etudes Psychotherapiques Vol 37 Sep 1979, 167-172.
  • Blundy, C., & Prevezer, K. (1986). The occupational therapist as a member of the community mental handicap team: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 49(4) Apr 1986, 107-110.
  • Bochner, J. (1987). City life and the literary function of the psychoanalyst: Literature and Psychology Vol 33(2) 1987, 41-69.
  • Bodenheimer, A. R. (1998). Black milk--An essay on the nature and importance of saying: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 35(1) 1998, 1-8.
  • Bograd, M. (1986). Holding the line: Confronting the abusive partner: Family Therapy Networker Vol 10(3) May-Jun 1986, 44-47.
  • Bohart, A. C., & Tallman, K. (1998). The person as active agent in experiential therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Bohm, K. H. (2004). The Business of Psychotherapy: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 49 (Suppl 11), 2004.
  • Bollas, C. (1994). The place of the psychoanalyst. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Bollas, C. (1999). The mystery of things. Florence, KY: Taylor & Frances/Routledge.
  • Bolognini, S. (1990). Typical ways of functioning psychoanalytically: Rivista di Psicoanalisi Vol 36(3) Jul-Sep 1990, 606-637.
  • Borders, L. D. (1994). Counseling psychologists working with children: A nonunique but important role: Counseling Psychologist Vol 22(3) Jul 1994, 462-465.
  • Borus, J. F., & et al. (1979). Psychotherapy in the goldfish bowl: Archives of General Psychiatry Vol 36(2) Feb 1979, 187-190.
  • Bourne, M. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 128-129.
  • Boy, A. V. (1990). The therapist in person-centered groups: Person-Centered Review Vol 5(3) Aug 1990, 308-315.
  • Boy, A. V., & Pine, G. J. (1990). A person-centered foundation for counseling and psychotherapy. Springfield, IL, England: Charles C Thomas, Publisher.
  • Boy, A. V., & Pine, G. J. (1999). A person-centered foundation for counseling and psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas Publisher.
  • Boyer, P. A. (1986). The role of the family therapist in supportive services to families with handicapped children: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 14(3) Fal 1986, 250-261.
  • Bradbury, T. N. (1997). Care to step outside? : PsycCRITIQUES Vol 42 (3), Mar, 1997.
  • Brand, H. E. (1987). The aged and psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Braswell, C. (1967). Changing Concepts in Treatment: Journal of Music Therapy 4(2) 1967, 63-66.
  • Braswell, M., & Meeks, R. (1982). The police officer as a marriage & family therapist: A discussion of some issues: Family Therapy Vol 9(2) 1982, 189-200.
  • Bratter, B. I., Bratter, C. J., & Bratter, T. E. (1998). Therapist as teacher; teacher as therapist: Evolution of the responsible role model. Philadelphia, PA: Accelerated Development.
  • Bratter, T. E. (1974). Helping those who do not want to help themselves: A reality therapy and confrontation orientation: Corrective & Social Psychiatry & Journal of Behavior Technology, Methods & Therapy Vol 20(4) 1974, 23-30.
  • Bratter, T. E. (1974). Reality therapy: A group psychotherapeutic approach with adolescent alcoholics: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Vol 233 Apr 1974, 104-114.
  • Bratter, T. E. (1976). The psychotherapist as advocate: Extending the therapeutic alliance with adolescents: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Vol 8(2) Win-Spr 1976-1977, 119-126.
  • Bratter, T. E. (1989). Group psychotherapy with alcohol and drug addicted adolescents: Special clinical concerns and challenges. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Braverman, A. M. (1997). When is enough, enough? Abandoning medical treatment for infertility. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Bray, J. H. (1996). Psychologists as primary care practitioners. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Brazil, H. V. (1988). On questioning the psychotherapy of psychosis: Discussion of "Care and Confidence," by Paivikki Viinisalo: The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 48(4) Win 1988, 320-327.
  • Breines, E. (1984). An attempt to define purposeful activity: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 38(8) Aug 1984, 543-544.
  • Brigham, L., & Joanning, H. (1999). Therapist debriefing interviews: Therapist versus ethnographer: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 27(4) Oct-Dec 1999, 315-328.
  • Bright, R. (2006). Coping with Change: The Supportive Role of the Music Therapist: Australian Journal of Music Therapy Vol 17 2006, 64-72.
  • Brok, L. (1994). Peppa: An indirect consultation concerning the myth of strength and weakness. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Brothers, B. J. (1996). Couples and change. New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Brown, E. M. (1993). Dealing with secret affairs in psychotherapy. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Brown, F. H. (1991). Stage 3: The client as weaver. New York, NY: W W Norton & Co.
  • Brown, H. N. (1987). The impact of suicide on therapists in training: Comprehensive Psychiatry Vol 28(2) Mar-Apr 1987, 101-112.
  • Bruch, H. (1977). Sullivan's concept of participant-observation: A symposium. Participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 347-350.
  • Bruner, R. L. (1984). Cognitive attributions in biofeedback training: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 2(1) Spr 1984, 5-9.
  • Brunswig, K. A., & Parham, R. W. (2004). Psychology in a secure setting. New York, NY: Elsevier Science.
  • Bryans, T. (1988). Educational psychologists working in multicultural communities: An analysis: Educational and Child Psychology Vol 5(2) 1988, 8-18.
  • Bryant, R. A., & Touyz, S. W. (1996). The role of the clinical psychologist on a burn unit in a general teaching hospital: Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings Vol 3(1) Mar 1996, 41-55.
  • Buchholz, M. B. (1988). The construction of the therapeutic system: Psychoanalytic and systemic aspects of the beginning of family therapy: Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie Vol 37(2) Feb 1988, 48-58.
  • Buckholdt, D. R., & Gubrium, J. F. (1980). The underlife of behavior modification: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Vol 50(2) Apr 1980, 279-290.
  • Burck, C., Frosh, S., Lisa, S.-C., & Morgan, K. (1998). The process of enabling change: A study of therapist interventions in family therapy: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 20(3) Aug 1998, 253-267.
  • Burns, C. I., & Holloway, E. L. (1989). Therapy in supervision: An unresolved issue: Clinical Supervisor Vol 7(4) 1989, 47-60.
  • Burns, T. (2000). The legacy of therapeutic community practice in modern community mental health services: Therapeutic Communities: International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations Vol 21(3) Fal 2000, 165-174.
  • Butterfield-Picard, H., & Magno, J. B. (1982). Hospice the adjective, not the noun: The future of a national priority: American Psychologist Vol 37(11) Nov 1982, 1254-1259.
  • Cadoret, A. (1989). Delays in speech and language: Pratique des Mots No 68 Sep 1989, 12-17.
  • Cahn, R. (1973). The respective fields of psychiarty-psychoanalyst and occupational therapist: Confluences, interferences, and differences: Pratique des Mots Special No 1973, 43-50.
  • Cahn, R., & Accetti, L. (2002). About subjectivization during adolescence: Richard e Piggle Vol 10(2) May-Aug 2002, 116-124.
  • Cain, D. J. (1989). The client's role in diagnosis: Three approaches: Person-Centered Review Vol 4(2) May 1989, 171-182.
  • Cait, C.-A. (2005). Review of Relational Child Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Social Work Vol 12(1) 2005, 88-91.
  • Calas M, H. (1987). Gestalt therapy: New ideas: Terapia Psicologica Vol 6(9) 1987, 42-47.
  • Callan, V. J., & Murray, J. (1989). The role of therapists in helping couples cope with stillbirth and newborn death: Family Relations Vol 38(3) Jul 1989, 248-253.
  • Calvert, G. (2005). Relationships, Reconciliation and Children: Giving Young People a Say: ANZJFT Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 26(1) Mar 2005, 1-9.
  • Campo-Redondo, M., & Andrade, J. (2000). Group psychotherapy and borderline personality disorder: A psychodynamic approach: Psychodynamic Counselling Vol 6(1) Feb 2000, 17-30.
  • Candib, L. M. (2002). Working with suffering: Patient Education and Counseling Vol 48(1) Sep 2002, 43-50.
  • Candilis, P. J., Martinez, R., & Dording, C. (2001). Principles and narrative in forensic psychiatry: Toward a robust view of professional role: Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Vol 29(2) 2001, 167-173.
  • Cantor, D. W. (1982). The psychologist as child advocate with divorcing families: Journal of Divorce Vol 6(1-2) Fal-Win 1982, 77-86.
  • Caper, R. (1992). Does psychoanalysis heal? A contribution to the theory of psychoanalytic technique: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis Vol 73(2) Sum 1992, 283-292.
  • Carau, B. (2002). Treating violence in adolescence: Clinical considerations: Richard e Piggle Vol 10(2) May-Aug 2002, 166-180.
  • Carlson, C. R., & Nitz, A. J. (1991). Negative side effects of self-regulation training: Relaxation and the role of the professional in service delivery: Biofeedback & Self Regulation Vol 16(2) Jun 1991, 191-197.
  • Carmin, C. N., Wiegartz, P. S., & Wu, K. D. (2005). Reply to Tolin and Hannan: Self-Directed Versus Therapist- Directed Treatment: Additional Considerations. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • Carone, B. J. (1988). Managing disagreement about the therapeutic process: Psychotherapy Patient Vol 4(3-4) 1988, 181-191.
  • Carosso, J. E. (2000). Actual and preferred roles in family intervention: Psychologists' perspectives in working with families of the mentally ill. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Carpenter, J. (1992). What's the use of family therapy? : Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 13(1) Mar 1992, 26-32.
  • Carroll, K. M. (2001). Constrained, confounded and confused: Why we really know so little about therapists in treatment outcome research: Addiction Vol 96(2) Feb 2001, 203-206.
  • Carson, R. C., Harden, J. A., & Shows, W. D. (1964). A-B distinction and behavior in quasitherapeutic situations: Journal of Consulting Psychology Vol 28(5) Oct 1964, 426-433.
  • Carter, E. N., Rice, A. P., & De Julio, S. (1977). Role of the therapist in the self-control of obesity: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 45(3) Jun 1977, 503.
  • Carter, R. (1989). Commentary: The mental health movement in the United States: American Psychologist Vol 44(3) Mar 1989, 551-552.
  • Case-Smith, J. (1991). Occupational and physical therapists as case managers in early intervention: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics Vol 11(1) 1991, 53-70.
  • Cassell, W. A., Ilardi, F. J., Collins, A., Mishra, M., & Dubey, B. L. (2001). Optimizing spiritual healing by assessing dream and SIS imagery: Journal of Projective Psychology & Mental Health Vol 8(2) Jul 2001, 75-94.
  • Cates, J. A. (2007). Identity in crisis: Spirituality and homosexuality in adolescence: Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal Vol 24(4) Aug 2007, 369-383.
  • Catts, H. W., & Kamhi, A. G. (1986). The linguistic basis of reading disorders: Implications for the speech-language pathologist: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools Vol 17(4) Oct 1986, 329-341.
  • Cavadino, M. (1999). The psychiatrist as gaoler: Journal of Forensic Psychiatry Vol 10(3) Dec 1999, 525-537.
  • Cederborg, A.-C. (1995). The negotiation of normality in therapeutic discourse about young children: Family Therapy Vol 22(3) 1995, 193-211.
  • Celenza, A. (2007). Analytic love and power: Responsiveness and responsibility: Psychoanalytic Inquiry Vol 27(3) Jul 2007, 287-301.
  • Chabrol, H. (1997). Abandonment and intrusion fears in borderline personality disorder: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 154(9) Sep 1997, 1329.
  • Chamberlain, S. (1986). The "t" is silent--as in "ideology": An exploration of some shared cultural assumptions: Dulwich Centre Review 1986, 66-76.
  • Chamow, L. (1990). The clinician's role in treating spouse abuse: Family Therapy Vol 17(2) 1990, 123-128.
  • Chang, T., & Yeh, C. J. (2003). Using Online Groups to Provide Support to Asian American Men: Racial, Cultural, Gender, and Treatment Issues: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 34(6) Dec 2003, 634-643.
  • Chapman, A. H., & Chapman-Santana, M. (1997). The handbook of problem-oriented psychotherapy: A guide for psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Charney, A. E., & Pearlman, L. A. (1998). The ecstasy and the agony: The impact of disaster and trauma work on the self of the clinician. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Cheung, M. (1997). Social construction theory and the Satir model: Toward a synthesis: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 25(4) Win 1997, 331-343.
  • Childs, L., & Brinded, P. (2002). Rehabilitation of the mentally disordered offender: Australian Psychologist Vol 37(3) Nov 2002, 229-236.
  • Chisholm, D. (1996). The role of the psychiatrist. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Chor, J. F. (1982). A partial psycholinguistic analysis of the therapist's role: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Christensen, E. (2000). Children in families with alcohol misuse--Focusing on the role of the therapist: Psykologisk Paedagogisk Radgivning Vol 37(3) Jul 2000, 281-291.
  • Christenson, S. L. (2000). Commentary: School psychologists as health-care providers: A means to success for all: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 555-556.
  • Christie, B. A., Joyce, P. C., & Moeller, P. L. (1985). Fieldwork experience: II. The supervisor's dilemma: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 39(10) Oct 1985, 675-681.
  • Chrzanowski, G. (1977). Participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 351-355.
  • Chun, K. M. (1997). Relationship of client-therapist role expectation match to psychotherapy session outcome. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Chuprov, L. F. (1984). A lawful discussion: Psikologicheskii Zhurnal Vol 5(2) Mar-Apr 1984, 121-122.
  • Claghorn, J. L., & Mathew, R. J. (1980). How appropriate is a "medical model" in psychiatric practice? : Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Vol 41(12, Sec 2) Dec 1980, 3-5.
  • Clapp, D. N., & Adamson, G. D. (1999). Physicians and nurses: Counseling the infertile patient. New York, NY: Parthenon Publishing Group.
  • Clark, F., & Sharrott, G. W. (1984). Toward an image of one's own: Sources of variation in the role of occupational therapists in psychosocial practice: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 4(1) Jan 1984, 24-36.
  • Clark, J. G. (1978). Problems in referral of cult members: Journal of the National Association of Private Psychiatric Hospitals Vol 9(4) Sum 1978, 27-29.
  • Clarke, C. (1999). "Are we effective in treating PTSD?": Commentary reply: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 62(7) Jul 1999, 336.
  • Clarke, M., McConachie, H., Price, K., & Wood, P. (2001). Views of young people using augmentative and alternative communication systems: International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders Vol 36(1) Jan-Mar 2001, 107-115.
  • Clarkson, P. (1991). Group imago and the stages of group development: Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 21(1) Jan 1991, 36-50.
  • Clement, R. (1985). Effects of institutional reality on the functioning of the clinical psychologist: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 38(8-11) Mar-Jun 1985, 383-388.
  • Coben, E. L. (1981). The clinical role of the marital & family therapist as perceived by primary care and non-primary care physicians: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Cochran, S. D., & Mays, V. M. (1989). Women and AIDS-related concerns: Roles for psychologists in helping the worried well: American Psychologist Vol 44(3) Mar 1989, 529-535.
  • Cohen, B. D., Ettin, M. F., & Fidler, J. W. (1998). Conceptions of leadership: The "analytic stance" of the group psychotherapist: Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice Vol 2(2) Jun 1998, 118-131.
  • Cohen, C. B. (2001). Individual psychotherapy with deaf and hard of hearing individuals: Perceptions of the consumer. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Cohen, C. B. (2003). Psychotherapy with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals: Perceptions of the Consumer. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press/The Haworth Press.
  • Cohen, D. (1987). Rural area private practice: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 5(4) Win 1987, 41-52.
  • Cohen, W. (1995). A physician's view: On one-downsmanship and treating the complainant. New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Cohen, Y. (1995). Addressing the psychic reality of the borderline child: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis Vol 76(1) Feb 1995, 35-38.
  • Cohen-Liebman, M. S. (1994). The art therapist as expert witness in child sexual abuse litigation: Art Therapy Vol 11(4) 1994, 260-265.
  • Colahan, M. (1995). Being a therapist in eating disorder treatment trials: Constraints and creativity: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 17(1) Feb 1995, 79-96.
  • Colborn, A. P. (1993). Learning to combine practice and research: An emerging role in occupational therapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Colotla, V. A. (1978). Implications of behavioral pharmacology for the professional field of the psychologist: Ensenanza e Investigacion en Psicologia Vol 4(2) Jul-Dec 1978, 320-322.
  • Coltart, N. (1988). Diagnosis and assessment for suitability for psycho-analytical psychotherapy: British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 4(2) Win 1988, 127-134.
  • Comas-Diaz, L. (1981). Puerto Rican espiritismo and psychotherapy: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Vol 51(4) Oct 1981, 636-645.
  • Conlon, I. (1991). The effect of gender on the role of the female group conductor: Group Analysis Vol 24(2) Jun 1991, 187-200.
  • Connor, T. A. (1996). Ethical and clinical issues in involuntary psychotherapy: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 33(4) Win 1996, 587-592.
  • Constant, J. (1985). From the geographic map to the identity card: Identification of an intersector practice: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 61(9) Nov 1985, 1163-1177.
  • Constantine, J. A., Piercy, F. P., & Sprenkle, D. H. (1984). Live supervision-of-supervision in family therapy: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 10(1) Jan 1984, 95-97.
  • Cooklin, A. (1994). "Response-ability: Therapist's 'I' and role": Response: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 16(3) Aug 1994, 285-291.
  • Coonerty, S. M. (1991). Change in the change agents: Growth in the capacity to heal. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Cooperman, M. (1983). Some observations regarding psychoanalytic psychotherapy in a hospital setting: Psychiatric Hospital Vol 14(1) Win 1983, 21-28.
  • Coplon, J. G. (1996). Gender role versus work role: Differing stresses for male and female psychotherapists? Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Cornett, B. S., & Chabon, S. S. (1986). Speech-language pathologists as language-learning disabilities specialists: Rites of passage: ASHA Vol 28(12) Dec 1986, 29-31.
  • Costin, C., & Johnson, C. L. (2002). Been there, done that: Clinicians' use of personal recovery in the treatment of eating disorders: Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment & Prevention Vol 10(4) Win 2002, 293-303.
  • Cottrell, D. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": A response by a child psychiatrist: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(1) 1997, 24-25.
  • Counselman, E. F., & Weber, R. L. (2002). Changing the guard: New leadership for an established group: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 52(3) Jul 2002, 373-386.
  • Courtois, A. (2003). The adolescents' therapist, a "time passer": a systemic and anthropological apport: Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence Vol 51(2) Mar 2003, 62-69.
  • Covelman, K. W., & Covelman, S. (1993). Saving Face: A Neglected Dynamic in Couples and Family Therapy: The Family Journal Vol 1(4) Oct 1993, 331-336.
  • Cox, N. (1997). Treating parents and children together: A feminist look at exclusionary practices in family therapy and in child psychotherapy: Women & Therapy Vol 20(2) 1997, 89-100.
  • Craib, I. (1997). Trying to make sense of the anti-group: Group Analysis Vol 30(1) Mar 1997, 107-118.
  • Craig, P. E. (1986). Sanctuary and presence: An existential view of the therapist's contribution: The Humanistic Psychologist Vol 14(1) Spr 1986, 22-28.
  • Crastnopol, M. (1999). The analyst's professional self as a "third" influence on the dyad: When the analyst writes about the treatment: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 9(4) Jul-Aug 1999, 445-470.
  • Crespi, T. D. (1997). Bridging the home-school connection: Family therapy and the school psychologist: Family Therapy Vol 24(3) 1997, 209-215.
  • Crocker, E. M. (1985). Judicial expansion of the Tarasoff doctrine: Doctors' dilemma: Journal of Psychiatry & Law Vol 13(1-2) Spr-Sum 1985, 83-99.
  • Crowley, R. M. (1977). Participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 355-357.
  • Culbertson, J. L. (1996). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disabilities in the pediatrician's office. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Cummings, J. L. (1996). The new undergraduate education required of the future prescribing behavioral healthcare practitioner. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Cummings, N. A. (1996). The impact of managed care on employment and professional training: A primer for survival. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Curry, L., Schwartz, H. I., Gruman, C., & Blank, K. (2000). Physicians' voices on physician-assisted suicide: Looking beyond the numbers: Ethics & Behavior Vol 10(4) 2000, 337-361.
  • Curry, M. (1988). The occupational therapist for people with a mental handicap: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 51(7) Jul 1988, 239-241.
  • Cusick, A. (2000). Practitioner-researchers in occupational therapy: Australian Occupational Therapy Journal Vol 47(1) Mar 2000, 11-27.
  • da Graca C. Jacques, M. (1979). Professional characteristics of the psychologist: A bibliographic synthesis: PSICO No 16 1979, 59-70.
  • Dahl, E. K. (1983). The therapist as decoder: Psychotherapy with toddlers: Clinical Infant Reports No 2 1983, 213-245.
  • Dane, B. O. (1991). Counselling bereaved middle aged children: Parental suicide survivors: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 19(1) Spr 1991, 35-48.
  • Dasberg, H. (1992). The unfinished story of trauma as a paradigm for psychotherapists: A review and some empirical findings on paradigms and prejudices: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 29(1) 1992, 44-60.
  • Davidson, H. (1974). The role of identification in the analysis of late adolescents: Adolescent Psychiatry Vol 3 1974, 263-270.
  • Davis, K. M., & Garrett, M. T. (1998). Bridging the gap between school counselors and teachers: A proactive approach: Professional School Counseling Vol 1(5) Jun 1998, 54-55.
  • Davis, S. (1985). The role of the occupational therapist in child psychiatry: A case illustration: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 48(9) Sep 1985, 266-268.
  • Dawson, D. (1996). The therapeutic relationship. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Dawson, M. M. (2000). Commentary on Shapiro: Big problems, big obstacles: The challenge for school psychology: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 573-574.
  • Day, D. O. (1998). The initial therapeutic stage: Trust. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Dayton, G. D. (1992). The role of irrational/exaggerated therapist beliefs in the experience of burnout among clinical psychologists: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • de Bagnulo, S. B., de Litvan, M. A., & de Augiar, O. C. (1991). Clinical obstacles calling into question the analytic function: Revista Uruguaya de Psicoanalisis No 74 1991, 133-146.
  • de Knegt, H. (1978). An art therapy intern's view of the therapeutic process: American Journal of Art Therapy Vol 17(3) Apr 1978, 91-97.
  • de Mello Franco Filho, O. (1982). On the psychoanalyst and psychosomatic medicine: Alter-Jornal de Estudos Psicodinamicos Vol 12(1-3) Jan-Dec 1982, 45-47.
  • De Montjoye, B. B., & Ferrand, I. (2006). Starting a treatment by methadone: An ocean of dreams and stress: Annales Medico-Psychologiques Vol 164(8) Oct 2006, 692-695.
  • Deardorff, P. A. (1977). The effects of repeated brief exposure to modeling, videotape feedback, and modeling plus feedback on anxiety, self concept, and behavior: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Deaton, A. V., & Langman, M. I. (1986). The contribution of psychologists to the treatment of plastic surgery patients: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 17(3) Jun 1986, 179-184.
  • Deburge, A. (1994). Differentiation between counterattitude and countertransference in psychosomatics: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1613-1616.
  • DeChant, B. (1996). Women and group psychotherapy: Theory and practice. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • DeGood, D. E., & Dane, J. R. (1996). The psychologist as a pain consultant in outpatient, inpatient, and workplace settings. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Deikman, A. J. (1996). Treating former members of cults. New York, NY: Basic Books.
  • DeJulio, L. M., & Berkman, C. S. (2003). Nonsexual multiple role relationships: Attitudes and behaviors of social workers: Ethics & Behavior Vol 13(1) Jan 2003, 61-78.
  • Delehanty, R., & Kieren, D. (1998). Family perceptions of health professionals in family problem solving after brain injury: Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation Vol 16(3) May-Jun 1998, 14-23.
  • Delvey, J., Jr. (1985). Beyond the blank screen: The patient's search for an emotional container in the therapist: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 22(3) Fal 1985, 583-586.
  • Denton, R. (1986). An occupational therapy protocol for assessing infants and toddlers who fail to thrive: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 40(5) May 1986, 352-358.
  • Dessev, L. (1985). Activity and functions of school psychologists: Psikhologiia (Bulgaria) No 5 1985, 57-62.
  • Devore, W., & London, H. (1993). Ethnic sensitivity for practitioners: A practice model. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Dewar, M. C. (1996). The technique of group therapy: Therapeutic Communities: International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations Vol 17(2) Sum 1996, 92-94.
  • di Benedetto, A. (1991). Listening to the pre-verbal: The beginning of the affects: Rivista di Psicoanalisi Vol 37(2) Apr-Jun 1991, 400-427.
  • Diamond, B. (2007). The Mental Health Act, approved clinician and supervised community treatment orders: Issues in Forensic Psychology No 6 2007, 96-101.
  • Diamond, K. E., & Cooper, D. G. (2000). Children's perspectives on the roles of teachers and therapists in inclusive early childhood programs: Early Education and Development Vol 11(2) Mar 2000, 203-216.
  • Dias, C. A., & Fleming, M. (1994). Response of the keynote speakers: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1713-1720.
  • Dichter, H. (1992). The stigmatization of psychiatrists who work with chronically mentally ill persons. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Diehl, S. F. (2003). The SLP's role in collaborative assessment and intervention for children with ASD: Topics in Language Disorders Vol 23(2) Apr-Jun 2003, 95-115.
  • Dies, R. R. (1994). The therapist's role in group treatments. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Dilley, J. W., & Baer, J. (1990). Consultation/liaison psychiatry and AIDS. New York, NY, England: Plenum Medical Book Co/Plenum Press.
  • Dobson, K. S., & Kazantzis, N. (2003). The therapist in cognitive-behavioral therapy: Introduction to a special section: Psychotherapy Research Vol 13(2) Sum 2003, 131-134.
  • Doherty, W. J. (1988). Implications of chronic illness for family treatment. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Doherty, W. J., & Carroll, J. S. (2007). Families and therapists as citizens: The Families and Democracy Project. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Dolle, P. M. (1976). Psychological problems of parental guidance of deaf children: Restoration of communication: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 30(10-13) Mar-Apr 1976-1977, 477-479.
  • Dorado, J. S. (1996). Legal and psychological approaches towards adult survivors of childhood incest: Irreconcilable differences? : Women & Therapy Vol 19(1) 1996, 93-108.
  • Dorfman, M., & et al. (1981). Experience in the training of psychotherapists: Evolution and questioning: PSICO Vol 2(2) Aug-Dec 1981, 60-71.
  • Dorman, D. (1999). Successful psychotherapy of schizophrenia: Patient and therapist look at a process: International Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 4(2) Jul 1999, 179-191.
  • Doster, J. A., Matloff, J. L., & Samelson, J. L. (1977). Perceptions of and preferences for instrumental versus expressive therapists: Psychological Reports Vol 40(3, Pt 2) Jun 1977, 1091-1098.
  • Doyle, G. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 126.
  • Drennan, G., & Swartz, L. (1999). A concept over-burdened: Institutional roles for psychiatric interpreters in post-apartheid South Africa: Interpreting Vol 4(2) 1999, 169-198.
  • Drescher, J. (1999). The therapist's authority and the patient's sexuality: Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy Vol 3(2) 1999, 61-80.
  • Drew, L. R. (1986). Psychiatrists and drug use: Implications of alternatives to the "disease" concept: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 20(3) Sep 1986, 376-380.
  • Druck, A. B. (1982). The role of the psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapist within a therapeutic community: Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes Vol 45(1) Feb 1982, 45-59.
  • Druck, A. B. (1987). The psychoanalytic position: Contemporary Psychotherapy Review Vol 4 Fal 1987, 80-95.
  • D'Souza, R. (2002). Do patients expect psychiatrists to be interested in spiritual issues? : Australasian Psychiatry Vol 10(1) Mar 2002, 44-47.
  • du Bois, B. R. (1978). Feminist perspectives on psychotherapy and the psychology of women: An exploratory study in the development of clinical theory: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • du Plock, S. (1997). Social responsibility. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Dueck, A., & Goodman, D. (2007). Expiation, substitution and surrender: Levinasian implications for psychotherapy: Pastoral Psychology Vol 55(5) May 2007, 601-617.
  • Duflot, C. (2003). When art is present... (psycho)therapy disappears! : Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 56(6) Nov-Dec 2003, 773-779.
  • Duhl, B. S. (1987). Uses of the self in integrated contextual systems therapy: Journal of Psychotherapy & the Family Vol 3(1) Spr 1987, 71-84.
  • Dujarier, L. (1975). The psychoanalyst, the physician, and the patient, and their social status: L'Evolution Psychiatrique Vol 40(2) Apr-Jun 1975, 223-255.
  • Dujovne, I., & Paulucci, O. (1998). The dogs are awake: Revista de Psicoanalisis Spec Issue 6 1998-1999, 85-92.
  • Dumouchel, B. D. (1986). Patients' perceived control, therapist's presence/absence, and the optimization of biofeedback learning: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Duncan, B. L. (1992). Strategic therapy, eclecticism, and the therapeutic relationship: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(1) Jan 1992, 17-24.
  • Duncan, B. L. (1992). Strategy and reality: A comment on Goolishian, Anderson, and Held: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(1) Jan 1992, 39-40.
  • Duparc, F. (1994). Fixation through an image in countertransference: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1691-1699.
  • Dye, C. J. (1978). Psychologists' role in the provision of mental health care for the elderly: Professional Psychology Vol 9(1) Feb 1978, 38-49.
  • Eakin, P. (1991). Occupational therapy in stroke rehabilitation: Implications of research into therapy outcome: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 54(9) Sep 1991, 326-328.
  • Ebert, B. W. (1997). Dual-relationship prohibitions: A concept whose time never should have come: Applied & Preventive Psychology Vol 6(3) Sum 1997, 137-156.
  • Ebert, B. W. (2002). Dual-relationship prohibitions: A concept whose time should never have come. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Eckler-Hart, A. H. (1990). Concerning the psychotherapist's capacity for adaptation to the patient: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Edelstein, E. L. (1979). Psychiatry and social change in Israel: The challenge of peace: Israel Annals of Psychiatry & Related Disciplines Vol 17(3) Sep 1979, 183-188.
  • Edley, R. S. (1996). The practitioner as owner. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Edwards, J. (2005). A Reflection on the Music Therapist's Role in Developing a Program in a Children's Hospital: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 36-44.
  • Edwards, N. T. (1978). The survival of structure and function in private practice: Journal of the Otto Rank Association Vol 13(2) Win 1978-1979, 8-16.
  • Edwards, S., Jr. (1985). The Black psychotherapist as ethnic specialist: Myth or reality? Lanham, MD, England: University Press of America.
  • Efran, J. S., & Greene, M. A. (1996). Psychotherapeutic theory and practice: Contributions from Maturana's structure determinism. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Ehrlich, M. P. (1976). The experience of being a therapist: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Vol 8(2) Win-Spr 1976-1977, 112-118.
  • Eid, J., & Rimehaug, T. (1986). Some reflections about being a psychologist in the Norwegian Forces: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 23(6) Jun 1986, 405-409.
  • Eismann, E. P., & Purcel, M. (1992). Dreamwork with children and adolescents in group therapy: Journal of Child & Adolescent Group Therapy Vol 2(4) Dec 1992, 197-226.
  • Eizirik, C. L. (2000). Reality and fantasy in contemporary psychoanalysis: Revista de Psicoanalisis Vol 57(1) Jan-Mar 2000, 51-56.
  • Elander, J., & Midence, K. (1997). Children with chronic illnesses: The Psychologist Vol 10(5) May 1997, 211-215.
  • Eldridge, N. S., Mencher, J., & Slater, S. (1997). The conundrum of mutuality: A lesbian dialogue. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Ellis, A. (1979). The issue of force and energy in behavioral change: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Vol 10(2) Fal-Win 1979, 83-97.
  • Ellis, A. (2001). Rational and irrational aspects of countertransference: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 57(8) Aug 2001, 999-1004.
  • Ellis, A. S. (1977). The straighteners: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 11(1) Mar 1977, 3-8.
  • Elvekrog, M. O. (1970). The Dual Role of Practitioner and Member of the Academic Community: Comment: Professional Psychology Vol 1(3) Spr 1970, 281-282.
  • Emery, R. E., & Rogers, K. C. (1990). The role of behavior therapists in child custody cases. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • England, M. J., & Cole, R. F. (1998). Preparing for communities of care for child and family mental health for the twenty-first century: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(3) Jul 1998, 469-481.
  • Erickson, B. M. (1993). Helping men change: The role of the female therapist. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Esmail, S., Esmail, Y., & Munro, B. (2001). Sexuality and disability: The role of health care professionals in providing options and alternatives for couples: Sexuality and Disability Vol 19(4) Win 2001, 267-282.
  • Espy, J. (1994). The character-disordered family system: Gestalt Journal Vol 17(2) Fal 1994, 93-105.
  • Etemad, J. G. (1992). The mental health professional's role in HIV prevention: Perspectives of a child and adolescent psychiatrist: Comprehensive Mental Health Care Vol 2(3) Win 1992, 215-224.
  • Evans, T. D. (1989). Brief therapy: The tradition of Individual Psychology compared to MRI: Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice Vol 45(1-2) Mar-Jun 1989, 48-56.
  • Fabian, J. J. (1973). The role of the therapist in the process of sexual emancipation: Psychiatric Opinion Vol 10(4) Aug 1973, 31-33.
  • Faelli, S. (1979). Psychological problems of patients in dialysis: Acta Psychiatrica Belgica Vol 79(5) Sep-Oct 1979, 535-556.
  • Faerstein, B. (1976). Carl Whitaker and the clinical use of self: A comparative study: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Fagan, J., & et al. (1974). Critical incidents in the empty chair: Counseling Psychologist Vol 4(4) 1974, 33-42.
  • Fairbairn, S., & Fairbairn, G. (1987). Psychology, ethics and change. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Fallon, A. E., & Brabender, V. M. (2003). Awaiting the therapist's baby: A guide for expectant parent-practitioners. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Farrell-Holtan, J. (1990). The occupational therapist's role in interdisciplinary team assessment of the cognitively impaired elderly: Occupational Therapy in Mental Health Vol 10(3) 1990, 53-63.
  • Farrenkopf, T., & Bryan, J. (1999). Psychological consultation under Oregon's 1994 Death With Dignity Act: Ethics and Procedures: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 30(3) Jun 1999, 245-249.
  • Feinsilver, D. B. (1986). Pao's telescopic overview of treatment. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Analytic Press, Inc.
  • Feld, A., & Fetkewicz, J. (1998). "Helping without harming: A reply to Feld and Fetkewicz": Commentary: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 26(3) Fal 1998, 315-316.
  • Fenchel, G. H. (1992). Perversion, sublimation and psychoanalytic technique: Issues in Ego Psychology Vol 15(1) 1992, 44-49.
  • Ferber, L., & Krent, J. (1976). Open forum: "The Role of the Psychoanalyst in a Changing Society." International Journal of Psycho-Analysis Vol 57(4) 1976, 441-449.
  • Fernagut-Sanson, M.-M., & Rosenblat-Boet, C. (2001). Intrafamilial violence: The practice of the clinical psychologist working with children abused by a family member: Pratiques Psychologiques No 2 2001, 73-85.
  • Fiorini, H. (1985). The presence of the therapist: Technical rules for complementing therapist presence and absence: Clinica y Analisis Grupal Vol 9(38) Oct-Dec 1985, 581-589.
  • Fisch, R. (2004). "So What Have You Done Lately?" MRI Brief Therapy: Journal of Systemic Therapies Vol 23(4) Dec 2004, 4-10.
  • Fishman, S. M. (2006). The Role of the Pain Psychologist, Trigger Point Injections, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy: Journal of Pain & Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy Vol 20(4) 2006, 93-97.
  • Flapan, D. (1981). Interventions of the group therapist: Issues in Ego Psychology Vol 4(2) 1981, 19-31.
  • Flapan, D., & Fenchel, G. H. (1985). The impact of group psychotherapy on the self-image and self-feelings: Group Vol 9(4) Win 1985, 24-34.
  • Fleishman, M. (1989). The role of the psychiatrist in board-and-care homes: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 40(4) Apr 1989, 415-418.
  • Fleming, M. M. (1989). Art therapy and anorexia: Experiencing the authentic self. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Foa, E. B., & Steketee, G. (1987). Behavioral treatment of phobics and obsessive-compulsives. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Folman, R. Z. (1994). Response to HarPaz, Weiner, and Leszcz: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 44(4) Oct 1994, 509-513.
  • Folts, D., Tigges, K., & Weisman, T. (1986). Occupational therapy in hospice home care: A student tutorial: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 40(9) Sep 1986, 623-628.
  • Foon, A. E. (1987). Discovery in psychotherapy: The role of the creative patient: Psychotherapy Patient Vol 4(1) 1987, 47-56.
  • Foote, W. W. (1996). Guided-imagery therapy. New York, NY: Basic Books.
  • Forrest, D. V. (1978). Who a psychiatrist is: Psychiatric Opinion Vol 15(3) Mar 1978, 41-47.
  • Fosshage, J. L. (1997). Listening/experiencing perspectives and the quest for a facilitating responsiveness. Mahwah, NJ: Analytic Press.
  • Fosshage, J. L. (2000). Afterword: A view from the outside: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 10(3) May-Jun 2000, 509-512.
  • Foxx, R. M. (1996). Translating the covenant: The behavior analyst as ambassador and translator: Behavior Analyst Vol 19(2) Fal 1996, 147-161.
  • Frank, A. (1990). Psychic transformation and biographical analysis: Transference and reconstruction: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 54(5) Sep-Oct 1990, 1355-1362.
  • Frank, A. (1991). Psychic change and the analyst as biographer: Tranference and reconstruction: Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalytische Theorie und Praxis Spec Issue 1991, 54-61.
  • Frank, B. B. (1985). Psycho-social aspects of educating epileptic children: Roles for school psychologists: School Psychology Review Vol 14(2) 1985, 196-203.
  • Frank, J. D., & Frank, J. B. (1991). Persuasion and healing: A comparative study of psychotherapy (3rd ed.). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Frankel, S. A. (1997). The analyst's role in the disruption and repair sequence in psychoanalysis: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 33(1) Jan 1997, 71-87.
  • Freedman, S. (2000). Creating an expanded view: How therapists can help their clients forgive: Journal of Family Psychotherapy Vol 11(1) 2000, 87-92.
  • Freeman, A. (1987). "Fix-it quick": Stresses of the EP and problems of effectiveness: AEP (Association of Educational Psychologists) Journal Vol 3(3) Oct 1987, 44-50.
  • Freeman, R. B., & Viney, L. L. (1977). Patients' expectations of the therapist role: Journal of Community Psychology Vol 5(4) Oct 1977, 372-379.
  • Freeman, S. C. (1990). C. H. Patterson on client-centered career counseling: An interview: The Career Development Quarterly Vol 38(4) Jun 1990, 291-301.
  • French, G., & Hughes, P. (2007). Constructing an occupational therapy role in situ using Organisational Role Analysis: A case study: Australian Occupational Therapy Journal Vol 54(Suppl1) Dec 2007, S84-S93.
  • Freud, S. (1990). The dynamics of transference. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Freud, S. (1990). Observations on transference-love (further recommendations on the technique of psycho-analysis III). New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Frew, J. (1992). From the perspective of the environment: Gestalt Journal Vol 15(1) Spr 1992, 39-60.
  • Frey, A., & George-Nichols, N. (2003). Intervention Practices for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Using Research to Inform School Social Work Practice: Children & Schools Vol 25(2) Apr 2003, 97-104.
  • Freyberger, H., Ludwig, M., Mangels, M., & Neuhaus, P. (1979). Consultation-liaison psychiatry activities in a renal transplant unit: Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics Vol 32(1-4) 1979, 157-163.
  • Fried, E. (1972). Basic concepts in group psychotherapy. New York, NY, England: E P Dutton.
  • Frieden, L., & Cole, J. A. (1985). Independence: The ultimate goal of rehabilitation for spinal cord-injured persons: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 39(11) Nov 1985, 734-739.
  • Friedman, L. (1978). Treatment puzzles and training paradigms: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 14(3) Jul 1978, 456-467.
  • Friedman, L. (1997). Introduction to panels: Does the face of analytic treatment show its character? : Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 45(4) 1997, 1225-1229.
  • Friedman, L. (2005). Is There a Special Psychoanalytic Love? : Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 53(2) Spr 2005, 349-375.
  • Friedman, L. (2005). Response to Martha Nussbaum: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 53(2) Spr 2005, 385-388.
  • Friedman, M. J. (1996). PTSD diagnosis and treatment for mental health clinicians: Community Mental Health Journal Vol 32(2) Apr 1996, 173-189.
  • Friedman, P. H. (1982). The multiple roles of the integrative marital psychotherapist: Family Therapy Vol 9(2) 1982, 109-118.
  • Friedman, S. (1991). Outpatient treatment of child molesters. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Fuchs, D. (1978). Psychologists in public service institutions: Roles and responsibilities: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 32(3-7) 1978-1979, 203-205.
  • Fuller, J. S. (1977). Duo therapy case studies: Process and techniques: Social Casework Vol 58(2) Feb 1977, 84-91.
  • Furgeri, L. B. (1978). The celebration of death in group process: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 6(2) Sum 1978, 90-99.
  • Furman, E. (1986). Aggressively abused children: Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 12(1) 1986, 47-59.
  • Fusacchia, M. G. (1995). "Who fills the little rucksack"? : Psichiatria dell'infanzia e dell'adolescenza Vol 62(1-2) Jan-Apr 1995, 3-16.
  • Gabbard, G. O. (1999). An overview of countertransference: Theory and technique. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
  • Gabbard, G. O. (2001). A contemporary psychoanalytic model of countertransference: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 57(8) Aug 2001, 983-991.
  • Gainer, R. B. (2004). A model for the training of treatment staff involved in the milieu treatment of severely disturbed children: Moving towards an understanding of severe disturbance in childhood, the role of the therapist and the structure of a treating milieu. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Gaines, T., Jr. (1981). Structured activity: Discussion group psychotherapy for latency-aged children: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 18(4) Win 1981, 537-541.
  • Galanter, M., Castaneda, R., & Franco, H. (1991). Group therapy and self-help groups. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Gallardo, G., & Kirchman, M. M. (1987). Age-integrated or age-segregated living for semi-independent elderly people: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics Vol 6(1) 1987, 71-80.
  • Garbarino, J. (1991). The context of child abuse and neglect assessment. Sarasota, FL, England: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.
  • Gardner, F. L. (2001). Applied sport psychology in professional sports: The team psychologist: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 32(1) Feb 2001, 34-39.
  • Garzon, F., & Tan, S.-y. (1992). Counseling Hispanics: Cross-cultural and Christian perspectives: Journal of Psychology and Christianity Vol 11(4) Win 1992, 378-390.
  • Gaultiere, W. J. (1990). The Christian psychotherapist as a transitional object to God: Journal of Psychology & Theology Vol 18(2) Sum 1990, 131-140.
  • Gauthier, Y. (1982). Pregnancy, childbirth and the child psychiatrist: Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence Vol 30(4-5) Apr-May 1982, 279-282.
  • Gavazzi, S. M., & Anderson, S. A. (1987). The role of "translator" in the case transfer process: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 15(2) Sum 1987, 145-157.
  • Gay, R. L. (1978). The clinical psychologist and psychotropic medication: Clinical Psychologist Vol 31(3-4) Spr-Sum 1978, 7.
  • Geist, R. A. (1977). Consultation on a pediatric surgical ward: Creating an empathic climate: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Vol 47(3) Jul 1977, 432-444.
  • Geller, M. H. (1986). Roles, tasks and boundaries: A commentary on Robert May: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 1(2) Win 1986, 63-74.
  • Gentili, P., & de Petris, R. (1981). The sphere of the "Between" in systemic family therapy: Psichiatria Generale e dell'Eta Evolutiva Vol 19(3) 1981, 293-305.
  • Gerber, J. (1994). The use of art therapy in juvenile sex offender specific treatment: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 21(5) 1994, 367-374.
  • German, G. A. (1980). The shaping of a psychiatrist: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 14(4) Dec 1980, 291-297.
  • Gibson, C. M. (2003). Privileging the Participant: The Importance of Sub-Group Analysis in Social Welfare Evaluations: American Journal of Evaluation Vol 24(4) Win 2003, 443-469.
  • Gibson, R. W. (1983). "Is the psychiatrist expendable?": Reflections thirteen years later: Psychiatric Hospital Vol 14(1) Win 1983, 10-12.
  • Gilbert, J.-L. (1985). Arena: An experience with intervention in a community setting: Some generalizations regarding the intervention process: Revue Canadienne de Psycho-Education Vol 14(2) 1985, 120-131.
  • Gilchrist, P. N., Phillips, P. J., Odgers, C. L., & Hoogendorp, J. (1985). The psychological aspects of artificial nutritional support: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 19(1) Mar 1985, 54-59.
  • Gilfillan, S. S. (2001). On teaching the role of neutrality in listening within the era of managed care. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Gill, H. S. (1967). The "Therapeutic Community" as an Approach to Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 4(2) May 1967, 87-91.
  • Gillespie, A. (1986). "Art Therapy" at the Familymakers project: Adoption & Fostering Vol 10(1) 1986, 19-23.
  • Ginot, E. (1997). The analyst's use of self, self-disclosure, and enhanced integration: Psychoanalytic Psychology Vol 14(3) Sum 1997, 365-381.
  • Glendenning, F. (1997). What is elder abuse and neglect? Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Godard, S. L., & Bloom, J. D. (1990). Driving, mental illness, and the duty to protect. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Godbole, A. (1986). The psychiatrist as family physician: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 37(2) Feb 1986, 175-177.
  • Goehring, M. M. (1986). Analysis of a model for assessing client therapeutic role preferences: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Goin, M. (2001). "The challenges of split treatment": Reply: Psychiatric Services Vol 52(9) Sep 2001, 1255.
  • Goin, M. K. (2000). The role of psychotherapy in public psychiatry today: Psychiatric Services Vol 51(11) Nov 2000, 1379-1381.
  • Goin, M. K. (2001). Borderline personality disorder: The importance of establishing a treatment framework: Psychiatric Services Vol 52(2) Feb 2001, 167-168.
  • Goin, M. K. (2001). Split treatment: The psychotherapy role of the prescribing psychiatrist: Psychiatric Services Vol 52(5) May 2001, 605-609.
  • Gold, L. (1985). Reflections on the transition from therapist to mediator: Mediation Quarterly No 9 Sep 1985, 15-26.
  • Gold, S. (1978). Psychotherapy and growth: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 12(1) Mar 1978, 35-38.
  • Goldberg, C. (2001). Psychologist as mentor and detective in the mirror of the soul: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Vol 31(2) Sum 2001, 113-123.
  • Goldberg, F. H. (1990). Contemporary issues in and approaches to psychoanalytic supervision. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Goldman, N. S., Basker, E., & Davidson, L. J. (1983). The role of the psychologist in psychiatric liaison: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 20(4) 1983, 325-336.
  • Goldney, R. D. (2003). Hanging Crepe in Suicide Prevention: Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Vol 24(4) 2003, 177-178.
  • Goldstein, A. M., Goldstein, N. E., & Kalbeitzer, R. (2006). Assessing Childhood Trauma and Developmental Factors as Mitigation in Capital Cases. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Goldstein, M. Z. (1990). Evaluation of the elderly patient. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins Co.
  • Goldstein, M. Z. (1996). Elder maltreatment. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Goldstein, R. L. (1987). "Non Compos Mentis": The psychiatrist's role in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings involving the elderly. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Golomb, B. A., Pyne, J. M., Wright, B., Jaworski, B., Lohr, J. B., & Bozzette, S. A. (2000). The role of psychiatrists in primary care of patients with severe mental illness: Psychiatric Services Vol 51(6) Jun 2000, 766-773.
  • Golsworthy, R., & Coyle, A. (2001). Practitioners' accounts of religious and spiritual dimension in bereavement therapy: Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol 14(3) Sep 2001, 183-202.
  • Gomaa, H. R. (1999). The enchanted loom: School psychologists construct their professional roles and identities. (psychologists). Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Goodman, R. (1997). Who needs child psychiatrists? : Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(1) 1997, 15-19.
  • Goodman, R. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary reply: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 129-130.
  • Goodman, T. A. (1985). From Tarasoff to Hopper: The evolution of the therapist's duty to protect third parties: Behavioral Sciences & the Law Vol 3(2) Spr 1985, 195-225.
  • Goolishian, H. A., & Anderson, H. (1992). From family to systemic therapy and beyond. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
  • Goolishian, H. A., & Anderson, H. (1992). Some afterthoughts on reading Duncan and Held: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(1) Jan 1992, 35-37.
  • Goolishian, H. A., & Anderson, H. (1992). Strategy and intervention versus nonintervention: A matter of theory? : Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(1) Jan 1992, 5-15.
  • Gordon, B. N., & Schroeder, C. S. (1990). Clinical practice: From assessment to intervention. Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press.
  • Gordon, P. (1994). Private practice, public life: Is a psychoanalytic politics possible? : Free Associations Vol 5(35, Pt 3) 1994, 275-288.
  • Gottlieb, D. T., & Gottlieb, C. D. (1996). Consultative conversations: The change process in couples therapy. New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Gottsegen, G. B., & Gottsegen, M. G. (1979). Countertransference: The professional identity defense: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 16(1) Spr 1979, 57-60.
  • Goulding, M. M. (1997). Coping with loss in older years: A personal and professional perspective. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Gournay, K. (1989). The behavioural (exposure) treatment of agoraphobia: A review and an outcome study. Florence, KY: Taylor & Frances/Routledge.
  • Gournay, K. (2000). Nurses as therapists (1972-2000): Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy Vol 28(4) Oct 2000, 369-377.
  • Graber, B. (1981). Demystifying "sex therapy." American Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 35(4) Oct 1981, 481-488.
  • Granger, B. (2000). The role of psychiatric rehabilitation practitioners in assisting people in understanding how to best assert their ADA rights and arrange job accommodations: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal Vol 23(3) Win 2000, 215-223.
  • Gray, A. A. (2001). Difficult terminations in group therapy: A self psychologically informed perspective: Group Vol 25(1-2) Jun 2001, 27-39.
  • Graziano, A. M. (1981). Information on Parent Training: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 26 (5), May, 1981.
  • Green, A. (1994). To be a psychoanalyst today, for what purpose? : Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(4) Oct-Dec 1994, 1119-1126.
  • Green, M. R. (1977). Sullivan's participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 358-360.
  • Green, S. (1991). Shaking our foundations: II. Into the future: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 54(2) Feb 1991, 53-56.
  • Greenberg, L. S. (1979). Resolving splits: Use of the two chair technique: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 16(3) Fal 1979, 316-324.
  • Greenberg, S. A., & Shuman, D. W. (1997). Irreconcilable conflict between therapeutic and forensic roles: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 28(1) Feb 1997, 50-57.
  • Greenberg, S. A., & Shuman, D. W. (2007). When Worlds Collide: Therapeutic and Forensic Roles: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 38(2) Apr 2007, 129-132.
  • Greenberg, S. A., Shuman, D. W., Feldman, S. R., Middleton, C., & Ewing, C. P. (2007). Lessons for Forensic Practice Drawn from the Law of Malpractice. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Greenblum, D. N., & Pinney, E. L. (1982). Some comments on the role of cotherapists in group psychotherapy with borderline patients: Group Vol 6(1) Spr 1982, 41-47.
  • Greene, L. R. (1980). On terminating psychotherapy: More evidence of sex-role related countertransference: Psychology of Women Quarterly Vol 4(4) Sum 1980, 548-557.
  • Greene, R. (1989). A life systems approach to understanding parent-child relationships in aging families: Journal of Psychotherapy & the Family Vol 5(1-2) 1989, 57-69.
  • Greenfeld, D. (1985). Stresses of the psychotherapeutic role: Hillside Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Vol 7(2) Fal-Win 1985, 165-183.
  • Greenspoon, D. B. (1984). The role of the art therapist as an adjunctive member of a residential treatment team: Residential Group Care & Treatment Vol 2(3) Spr 1984, 15-31.
  • Greenwood, G. T., & Greenwood, K. L. (1996). Can a practitioner manage a comprehensive health system? Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Grevious, C. (1985). The role of the family therapist with low-income Black families: Family Therapy Vol 12(2) 1985, 115-122.
  • Grey, A. L. (1988). Work role and private self: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 24(3) Jul 1988, 484-497.
  • Grocke, D. (2005). The Role of the Therapist in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (BMGIM): Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 45-52.
  • Gross, M. (1985). Induction facilitation and overcoming resistance: Medical Hypnoanalysis Vol 6(1-2) Jan-Apr 1985, 27-32.
  • Grossman, R. M. (1990). Roles of the physical therapist, occupational therapist, and recreation therapist. St Louis, MO: C V Mosby Co.
  • Grotjahn, M. (1989). The Distant or Mousy Analyst and the Group Therapist: Group Analysis Vol 22(3) Sep 1989, 345-346.
  • Groves, J. E. (1996). Essential papers on short-term dynamic therapy. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Gruber, H. E. (1986). Creative reactions to life under the nuclear sword: International Journal of Mental Health Vol 15(1-3) Spr-Fal 1986, 314-326.
  • Guarnaccia, P. J., & Lopez, S. (1998). The mental health and adjustment of immigrant and refugee children: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(3) Jul 1998, 537-553.
  • Guerney, L. F. (1993). Relationship enhancement. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Guimon, J., & Basaguren, E. (1997). Group psychotherapy. Cambridge, MA: Birkhauser.
  • Guma Bacot, S. (1987). Epilepsy: The psychologist's role and social responsibility in differential diagnosis: Avances en Psicologia Clinica Latinoamericana Vol 5 1987, 37-49.
  • Gunderson, J. G. (1996). Borderline patient's intolerance of aloneness: Insecure attachments and therapist availability: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 153(6) Jun 1996, 752-758.
  • Gunderson, J. G. (1997). "Abandonment and intrusion fears in borderline personality disorder": Reply: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 154(9) Sep 1997, 1329.
  • Gurman, A. (1985). On saving marriages: Family Therapy Networker Vol 9(2) Mar-Apr 1985, 17-18.
  • Gutkind, S. M. (2004). Using solution-focused brief counseling to provide injury support: The Sport Psychologist Vol 18(1) Mar 2004, 75-88.
  • Guttman, J., & Daniels, S. (2001). What do school counsellors gain from their role as psychotherapists? : Educational Psychology Vol 21(2) Jun 2001, 203-218.
  • Guyer, M. J. (1991). Psychiatry, law, and child sexual abuse. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Haber, R. (1994). Harnessing the "I" and role: Process and progress: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 16(3) Aug 1994, 293-294.
  • Haber, R. (1994). Response-ability: Therapist's "I" and role: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 16(3) Aug 1994, 269-284.
  • Hale, A. S. (1995). Atypical antipsychotic and compliance in schizophrenia: Nordic Journal of Psychiatry Vol 49(Suppl 35) 1995, 31-39.
  • Haley, W. E., Larson, D. G., Kasl-Godley, J., Neimeyer, R. A., & Kwilosz, D. M. (2003). Roles for Psychologists in End-of-Life Care: Emerging Models of Practice: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 34(6) Dec 2003, 626-633.
  • Hall, G. A. (1993). Facilitator control as automatic behavior: A verbal behavior analysis: Analysis of Verbal Behavior Vol 11 1993, 89-97.
  • Hall, J. (1987). Evaluating community care: A psychological perspective. New York, NY: Croom Helm.
  • Hall, M. E. L., & Barber, B. A. (1996). The therapist in a missions context: Avoiding dual role conflicts: Journal of Psychology & Theology Vol 24(3) Fal 1996, 212-219.
  • Halperin, D. A. (1989). Cults and children: The role of the psychotherapist: Cultic Studies Journal Vol 6(1) 1989, 76-85.
  • Hamberger, L. K., & Schuldt, W. J. (1986). Live and taped relaxation instructions: Effects of procedural variables: Biofeedback & Self Regulation Vol 11(1) Mar 1986, 31-46.
  • Hammer, E. F. (1989). The interpretive intervention, alive and well: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 7(2) 1989, 57-66.
  • Hanafin, H. (1999). Surrogacy and gestational carrier participants. New York, NY: Parthenon Publishing Group.
  • Harari, H., & Hosey, K. (1979). Locus of control and therapists' occupational role as determinants of clinical prognoses: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 35(1) Jan 1979, 145-147.
  • Hargrave, T. D., & Hanna, S. M. (1997). The aging family: New visions in theory, practice, and reality. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • HarPaz, N. (1994). Failures in group psychotherapy: The therapist variable: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 44(1) Jan 1994, 3-19.
  • HarPaz, N. (1994). "Failures in group psychotherapy: The therapist variable": Reply: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 44(1) Jan 1994, 31-34.
  • Harries, P. (1998). Community mental health teams: Occupational therapists' changing role: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 61(5) May 1998, 219-220.
  • Harris, J. (1978). Child observation and assessment centres: Psychiatrists' and social workers' difficulties: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 132 Feb 1978, 195-199.
  • Harris, S. O. (1996). The practitioner as clinician: The business of practice. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Hart, A. (2003). What do entanglements reveal about the analytic role? A clinical communication--from consulting room and college counseling service: Psychoanalytic Review Vol 90(3) Jun 2003, 329-340.
  • Hart, B. (1988). Beyond the "duty to warn": A therapist's "duty to protect" battered women and children. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Harwood, I. H. (1992). Group psychotherapy and disorders of the self: Group Analysis Vol 25(1) Mar 1992, 19-26.
  • Hauge, K. (1997). Reconstruction in an analysis of a child: Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review Vol 20(2) 1997, 160-177.
  • Hayes, H. (1990). Marital therapy: The therapist: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 11(2) Jun 1990, 96-103.
  • Hayes, J. A., & Cruz, J. M. (2007). On Leading a Horse to Water: Therapist Insight, Countertransference, and Client Insight. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Hayes, J. A., & Gelso, C. J. (2001). Clinical implications of research on countertransference: Science informing practice: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 57(8) Aug 2001, 1041-1051.
  • Hayley, T. (1990). Charisma, suggestion, psychoanalysts, medicine-men and metaphor: International Review of Psycho-Analysis Vol 17(1) 1990, 1-10.
  • Hays, K. F. (1993). The use of exercise in psychotherapy. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Hays, P. A. (1996). Cultural considerations in couples therapy. New York, NY, England: Harrington Park Press/Haworth Press.
  • Healey, J. C. (1986). A theory for circular and differences questioning in family therapy: International Journal of Family Psychiatry Vol 7(1) 1986, 3-10.
  • Heath, R. G., & Shelton, W. H. (1968). The psychoanalyst's role in community mental health centers. Philadelphia, PA: Grune & Stratton/W B Saunders Co.
  • Heaton, K. J., Hill, C. E., Peterson, D. A., Rochlen, A. B., & Zack, J. S. (1998). A comparison of therapist-facilitated and self-guided dream interpretation sessions: Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol 45(1) Jan 1998, 115-122.
  • Hecker, J. E., Losee, M. C., Fritzler, B. K., & Fink, C. M. (1996). Self-directed versus therapist-directed cognitive behavioral treatment for panic disorder: Journal of Anxiety Disorders Vol 10(4) Jul-Aug 1996, 253-265.
  • Heigl-Evers, A. (1967). Group Dynamics and the Position of the Therapist: Zeitschrift fur Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychoanalyse 13(1) 1967, 31-38.
  • Heineman, T. V. (2001). Hunger pangs: transference and countertransference in the treatment of foster children: Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies Vol 3(1) Jan 2001, 5-16.
  • Heitler, J. B. (1976). Preparatory techniques in initiating expressive psychotherapy with lower-class, unsophisticated patients: Psychological Bulletin Vol 83(2) Mar 1976, 339-352.
  • Heltzel, T. (2007). Compatibility of Therapeutic and Forensic Roles: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 38(2) Apr 2007, 122-128.
  • Hendrickson, E. L., & McCollum, E. E. (2005). Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Hepburn, J. M. (1992). Before and beyond projection? A discussion of the therapist's experience of holding the patient in mind: British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 9(1) Fal 1992, 24-32.
  • Herman, K. C. (1998). Composing and revising a counselor's narrative: Counseling and Values Vol 42(2) Jan 1998, 101-105.
  • Heron, P. A. (1989). Review of The self in the family system: Expanding the limits of family therapy: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 26(3) Fal 1989, 414-415.
  • Hersh, J. B. (1988). A commentary on brief therapy: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 3(1) 1988, 55-58.
  • Hershenson, D. B., & Power, P. W. (1987). Mental health counseling: Theory and practice. Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press.
  • Hetem, L. A., Moises, M., & Zeviane, M. (1992). Difficulties in the formation and maintenance of a group in an institution: Role of the therapist: Jornal Brasileiro de Psiquiatria Vol 41(7) Aug 1992, 345-349.
  • Heyman, S. R. (1991). The self-righteous patient: Three patterns and related therapeutic issues: Psychotherapy Patient Vol 7(3-4) 1991, 83-94.
  • Hickling, E. J., Sison, G. F., & Holtz, J. L. (1985). Role of psychologists in multidisciplinary pain clinics: A national survey: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 16(6) Dec 1985, 868-880.
  • Hilarski, C., & Wodarski, J. S. (2001). The effective social worker: Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment Vol 4(1) 2001, 19-39.
  • Hill, C. E. (2004). The Steps of the Action Stage. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Hill, C. E., & Williams, E. N. (2000). The process of individual therapy. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Hill, D. S. (1982). Psychotherapy with high-achieving adolescent girls: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 19(1) Spr 1982, 77-81.
  • Hillman, J. (2006). Supporting and Treating Families With Children on the Autistic Spectrum: The Unique Role of the Generalist Psychologist: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 43(3) Fal 2006, 349-358.
  • Hinchliffe, M. (1991). Working with couples in crisis. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Hinojosa, J. (2003). Therapist or Scientist--How Do These Roles Differ? : American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 57(2) Mar-Apr 2003, 225-226.
  • Hinojosa, J., & Anderson, J. (1987). Working relationships between therapists and parents of children with cerebral palsy: A survey of attitudes: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 7(2) Mar-Apr 1987, 123-126.
  • Hinojosa, J., Anderson, J., Goldstein, P. K., & Becker-Lewin, M. (1982). Roles and functions of the occupational therapist in the treatment of sensory integrative dysfunction: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 36(12) Dec 1982, 832-834.
  • Hinojosa, J., Anderson, J., & Ranum, G. W. (1988). Relationships between therapists and parents of preschool children with cerebral palsy: A survey: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 8(5) Sep-Oct 1988, 285-297.
  • Hinote, C. S. (2002). Group work with minority mentally ill men: The role of the woman worker. New York, NY: Haworth Press.
  • Hinshelwood, R. D. (1987). The psychotherapist's role in a large psychiatric institution: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Vol 2(3) 1987, 207-215.
  • Hirneth, M., & Mackenzie, L. (2004). The Practice Education of Occupational Therapy Students with Disabilities: Practice Educators' Perspectives: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 67(9) Sep 2004, 396-403.
  • Hirsch, I. (1992). The value of naive directness in countertransference work: Commentary on Mark Blechner's "Working in the Countertransference." Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 2(2) 1992, 191-203.
  • Hobson, M. R. (2006). The collaboration of music therapy and speech-language pathology in the treatment of neurogenic communication disorders: Part I--Diagnosis, therapist roles, and rationale for music: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 24(2) 2006, 58-65.
  • Hochberg, M. G. (1986). Client-therapist role expectations and psychotherapy duration: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Hoff, S. (1987). The occupational therapist as case manager in an Adult Day Health Care setting: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics Vol 6(1) 1987, 21-32.
  • Hoffman, I. Z. (1992). Expressive participation and psychoanalytic discipline: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 28(1) Jan 1992, 1-15.
  • Hoffman, S., & Ben-David, S. (1989). Dialectical approach in marital therapy: Family Therapy Vol 16(3) 1989, 237-242.
  • Hoffman, S. S. (1982). An investigation of patient and therapist role expectations and preferences related to premature termination in short-term psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Hoffmann, H. (1994). Social control, social support, and therapy: Salient issues in social psychiatry: Schweizer Archiv fur Neurologie und Psychiatrie Vol 145(6) 1994, 35-40.
  • Hoge, M. A., & McLoughlin, K. A. (1991). A group psychotherapy model for acute treatment settings: International Journal of Partial Hospitalization Vol 7(1) Jun 1991, 55-67.
  • Hoirisch, A., Temponi, M. A., de O. Ramalho, C., & Schrader, C. (1977). Social repercussions of behavior disturbances in childhood and adolescence: Jornal Brasileiro de Psiquiatria 26(1) Jan-Mar 1977, 65-77.
  • Holland, L. R., Kasraian, K. R., & Leonardelli, C. A. (1987). Elder abuse: An analysis of the current problem and potential role of the rehabilitation professional: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics Vol 5(3) Spr 1987, 41-50.
  • Holleaux, A. (1977). Alibi word and power in "psychotherapeutic" consultation by radio: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 31(3-6) Jan-Feb 1977-1978, 246-253.
  • Hollge, J. (1980). The importance of the psychologist in providing remedial preventive care for mentally deficient children and youth at social welfare institutions: Psychologia a Patopsychologia Dietata Vol 15(5) 1980, 447-451.
  • Holloway, E. L., & Neufeldt, S. A. (1995). Supervision: Its contributions to treatment efficacy: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 63(2) Apr 1995, 207-213.
  • Holmes, C. A. V. (1998). There is no such thing as a therapist: An introduction to the therapeutic process. London, England: Karnac Books.
  • Holmes, D. (1985). The role of the occupational therapist-work evaluator: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 39(5) May 1985, 308-313.
  • Holmes, J. (1999). Narrative, attachment and the therapeutic process. Florence, KY: Taylor & Frances/Routledge.
  • Holmes, J. (2000). Psychotherapy and general practice: Evidence, narrative and the 'new deal' in mental health: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Vol 14(2) 2000, 129-141.
  • Holt, H. (1972). Existential group therapy: A phenomenological methodology for psychiatry. New York, NY, England: E P Dutton.
  • Holzman, L. A. (1995). Personal therapy and clinical psychology graduate students. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Home, A., & Darveau-Fournier, L. (1982). A study of social work practice with groups: Social Work with Groups Vol 5(3) Fal 1982, 19-34.
  • Hong, G. K. (1988). A general family practitioner approach for Asian-American mental health services: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 19(6) Dec 1988, 600-605.
  • Hook, B. (1999). When is a group not a circle? : Group Analysis Vol 32(3) Sep 1999, 443-458.
  • Hopkins, J. (1986). Solving the mystery of monsters: Steps towards the recovery from trauma: Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 12(1) 1986, 61-71.
  • Hopkins, J. (2004). Solving the mystery of monsters: Steps towards the recovery from trauma (1986). New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Horassius, M. (1986). In search of the lost self: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 50(6) Nov-Dec 1986, 1663-1679.
  • Horton, I., & Varma, V. (1997). The needs of counsellors and psychotherapists. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Horvath, A. O. (1994). Research on the alliance. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Houben, R. M. A., Ostelo, R. W. J. G., Vlaeyen, J. W. S., Wolters, P. M. J. C., Peters, M., & Stomp-van den Berg, S. G. M. (2005). Health care providers' orientations towards common low back pain predict perceived harmfulness of physical activities and recommendations regarding return to normal activity: European Journal of Pain Vol 9(2) Apr 2005, 173-183.
  • House, W. C., Miller, S. I., & Schlachter, R. H. (1978). Role definitions among mental health professionals: Comprehensive Psychiatry Vol 19(5) Sep-Oct 1978, 469-476.
  • Houser, R., Seligman, M., Konstam, V., & Ham, M. (1991). A technique for enhancing behavioral marital therapy: Advances in Behaviour Research & Therapy Vol 13(4) 1991, 215-225.
  • Howell, D. A. (1993). Role of the primary physician. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Hoyland, M., & Mayers, C. (2005). Is Meeting Spiritual Need within the Occupational Therapy Domain? : British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 68(4) Apr 2005, 177-188.
  • Hoyland, M., & Mayers, C. (2005). Spiritual need: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 68(6) Jun 2005, 285.
  • Hudson, P. E. (1997). Spirituality as a component in a treatment program for sexually addicted Roman Catholic clergy: Counseling and Values Vol 41(2) Jan 1997, 174-182.
  • Hughes, J. (2001). Occupational therapy in community mental health teams: A continuing dilemma? Role theory offers an explanation: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 64(1) Jan 2001, 34-40.
  • Hughes, J. C. (2002). Military psychiatry: Psychiatric Bulletin Vol 26(10) Oct 2002, 395.
  • Hughes, J. N., & Clark, R. D. (1981). Differences between urban and rural school psychology: Training implications: Psychology in the Schools Vol 18(2) Apr 1981, 191-196.
  • Hume, C. (1987). Psychiatry: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 50(10) Oct 1987, 339-340.
  • Humphrey, M. (1984). Infertility and alternative parenting. New York, NY: Tavistock/Routledge.
  • Hungate, J. H. (1986). Effects of goal attainment scaling on therapist behavior and client outcome in emotionally disturbed children in group homes: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Hunsley, J., & Crabb, R. (2004). Shaping the Future of Psychological Services in the Canadian Health-Care System: A Response to Romanow and Marchildon (2003): Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 45(3) Aug 2004, 233-235.
  • Hurvitz, N. (1977). Problems in living and psychotherapy: An alternative view: Clinical Psychologist Vol 31(1) Fal 1977, 19-21.
  • Huszonek, J. J. (1987). Establishing therapeutic contact with schizophrenics: A supervisory approach: American Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 41(2) Apr 1987, 185-193.
  • Illback, R. J. (1997). Creating responsive systems of care: Professional and organizational challenges. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Isaacs, S. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 126.
  • Israel, A. C., & Saccone, A. J. (1979). Follow-up of effects of choice of mediator and target of reinforcement on weight loss: Behavior Therapy Vol 10(2) Mar 1979, 260-265.
  • Itzhaky, H., & Sztern, L. (1999). The take over of parent-child dynamics in a supervisory relationship: Identifying the role transformation: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 27(3) Fal 1999, 247-258.
  • Iwanir, S., & Ayal, H. (1991). Midlife divorce initiation: From crisis to developmental transition: Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal Vol 13(6) Dec 1991, 609-623.
  • Jackson, D. D. (2000). Brief psychotherapy: Journal of Systemic Therapies Vol 19(2) Sum 2000, 7-22.
  • Jackson, J. E. (1991). The use of psychoeducational evaluations in the clinical process: Therapists as sympathetic advocates: Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal Vol 8(6) Dec 1991, 473-487.
  • Jackson, M. G., & Newcomer, D. D. (1985). Physician training in a family practice residency: The role of a marital and family therapist: Family Practice Research Journal Vol 4(3) Spr 1985, 168-178.
  • Jacobs, L., & Wachs, C. (2002). Parent therapy: A relational alternative to working with children. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Jacobs, T. J. (1988). Notes on the therapeutic process: Working with the young adult. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Jacoby, M. (2000). The growing convergence of contemporary psychoanalysis and Jungian analysis: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 10(3) May-Jun 2000, 489-503.
  • Jaffe, C. M., & Ryan, K. (1993). The adolescent psychotherapist: Research consumer and producer. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Jager, B. (1990). Of masks and marks, therapists and masters: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology Vol 21(2) Fal 1990, 165-179.
  • James, D. V. (1989). Child protection workers' role in erroneous allegations of child abuse: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 146(4) Apr 1989, 564.
  • James, S. H., & Burch, K. M. (1999). School counselors' roles in cases of child sexual behavior: Professional School Counseling Vol 2(3) Feb 1999, 211-217.
  • Janin, C. (1993). The psychoanalyst: A thief of dreams? : Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 57(1) Jan-Mar 1993, 191-199.
  • Jansen, M. A. (1988). The psychological and vocational problems of persons with chronic mental illness. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Janzen, H. L. (1978). Models of intervention and treatment strategies for counsellors and school psychologists: Canadian Counsellor Vol 12(2) Jan 1978, 87-89.
  • Jarrar, L. K. (2003). A consultant's journey into the large group unconscious: Principles and techniques. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Jasnow, A. (1978). The psychotherapist: Artist and/or scientist? : Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 15(4) Win 1978, 318-322.
  • Jean-Strochlic, C. (1994). The mark of mourning: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1547-1550.
  • Jeffery, R. W., & Wing, R. R. (1979). Frequency of therapist contact in the treatment of obesity: Behavior Therapy Vol 10(2) Mar 1979, 186-192.
  • Jenkins, A. H. (1990). Self-disclosure and the nonwhite ethnic minority patient. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Jennings, J. L. (1987). Schizophrenia and therapist involvement: Changing the practice of four major psychotherapies: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 24(1) Spr 1987, 58-70.
  • Joanides, C. J., Brigham, L., & Joanning, H. (1997). Co-creating a more cooperative client-therapist relationship through a debriefing process: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 25(2) Sum 1997, 139-150.
  • Jobe, A. M., Beutler, L. E., & Green, G. (1975). A comparative analysis of the therapist's importance in implosive therapy: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 12(4) Win 1975, 391-395.
  • Johanson, G. (1985). The psychotherapist as faith agent: Hakomi Forum No 3 Sum 1985, 14-18.
  • Johnson, B. R. (2004). Involuntary commitment. New York, NY: Elsevier Science.
  • Johnson, D. R. (1984). Establishing the creative arts therapies as an independent profession: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 11(3) Fal 1984, 209-212.
  • Johnson, D. R. (1991). On being one and many: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 18(1) Spr 1991, 1-5.
  • Johnson, J. (2001). A preliminary investigation of the perceived degree of overlap in the roles and functions of school psychologists, school social workers, and school guidance counselors. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Johnson, S. B., & Rosenbloom, A. L. (1982). Behavioral aspects of diabetes mellitus in childhood and adolescence: Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 5(2) Aug 1982, 357-369.
  • Johnstone, L. (2006). Controversies and debates about formulation. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Jolivet, B. (1985). The law, turgidity, style: Reply to the report of M. Marie-Cardine: Genitif Vol 6(2) 1985, 69-73.
  • Jolly, H. (1978). The work of the play specialists in Charing Cross Hospital, London: Journal of the Association for the Care of Children in Hospitals Vol 6(2) Spr 1978, 4-10.
  • Jones, D. L., & Ramaiah, R. S. (1986). Distribution of motor neurone disease patients in occupational therapy departments: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 49(8) Aug 1986, 260-262.
  • Joyce, A. S., McCallum, M., Piper, W. E., & Ogrodniczuk, J. S. (2000). Role behavior expectancies and alliance change in short-term individual psychotherapy: Journal of Psychotherapy Practice & Research Vol 9(4) Fal 2000, 213-225.
  • Joyce, A. S., & Piper, W. E. (1996). Dimensions and predictors of patient response to interpretation: Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes Vol 59(1) Feb 1996, 65-81.
  • Kaden, R. (1999). Therapist burnout: The contributions of role stress, patient behavior stress, and therapist personality. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Kagle, J. D. (1987). Secondary prevention of substance abuse: Social Work Vol 32(5) Sep-Oct 1987, 446-448.
  • Kahn, C. (1988). A couples group folly: Dynamic Psychotherapy Vol 6(2) Fal-Win 1988, 143-152.
  • Kahn, S. R. (1994). Children's therapy groups: Case studies of prevention, reparation, and protection through children's play: Journal of Child & Adolescent Group Therapy Vol 4(1) Mar 1994, 47-60.
  • Kainer, R. G. (1984). From "evenly-hovering attention" to "vicarious introspection": Issues of listening in Freud and Kohut: The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 44(1) Spr 1984, 103-114.
  • Kalinyak, C. M., & Jones, S. L. (1999). Appropriately timed interventions with the family and the adolescent: The role of the therapist: Issues in Mental Health Nursing Vol 20(5) Sep-Oct 1999, 459-472.
  • Kane, S. R., Raya, P. A., & Ayoub, C. C. (1997). Pair play therapy with toddlers and preschoolers. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter.
  • Kanellos, M. C. (1985). Enhancing vocational outcomes of spinal cord-injured persons: The occupational therapist's role: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 39(11) Nov 1985, 726-733.
  • Kanter, L. H. (1977). Can women think? : Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 7(3) Jul 1977, 251.
  • Kantrowitz, J. L. (1993). The uniqueness of the patient-analyst pair: Approaches for elucidating the analyst's role: International Journal of Psycho-Analysis Vol 74(5) Oct 1993, 893-904.
  • Kaplan, K. H., & Price, M. (1989). The clinician's role in competency evaluations: General Hospital Psychiatry Vol 11(6) Nov 1989, 397-403.
  • Kaplan, T. (1998). Marital conflict by proxy after father kills mother: The family therapist as an expert witness in court: Family Process Vol 37(4) Win 1998, 479-494.
  • Kara, A. (1979). The guru and therapist: Goals and techniques in regard to the question of the chela and patient: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 16(1) Spr 1979, 61-71.
  • Karasu, T. B. (1979). Psychotherapy of the psychosomatic patient: American Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 33(3) Jul 1979, 354-364.
  • Karasu, T. B. (1986). Psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy: Psychiatric Annals Vol 16(9) Sep 1986, 522-525.
  • Karasu, T. B. (1990). Psychotherapy for depression. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Karofsky, P. S., Keith, D. V., Hoornstra, L. L., & Clune, C. S. (1983). A follow-up study of the impact of family therapy in the pediatric office: Clinical Pediatrics Vol 22(5) May 1983, 351-355.
  • Kasin, E. (1977). Some notes on participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 364-367.
  • Kassinove, H., & DiGiuseppe, R. (1975). Rational role reversal: Rational Living Vol 10(1) Spr 1975, 44-45.
  • Kassoff, B., Boden, R., de Monteflores, C., Hunt, P., & Wahba, R. (1995). Coming out of the frame: Lesbian feminism and psychoanalytic theory. New York, NY: Free Press.
  • Kastenbaum, R. (2000). Counseling the elderly dying patient. New York, NY: Hatherleigh Press.
  • Kaufman, G. (1992). The mysterious disappearance of battered women in family therapists' offices: Male privilege colluding with male violence: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(3) Jul 1992, 233-243.
  • Kaye, N. S., & Soreff, S. M. (1991). The psychiatrist's role, responses, and responsibilities when a patient commits suicide: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 148(6) Jun 1991, 739-743.
  • Kaye, N. S., & Soreff, S. M. (1992). "The psychiatrist's role, responses, and responsibilities when a patient commits suicide": Reply: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 149(2) Feb 1992, 283.
  • Kearney-Cooke, A. (1991). The role of the therapist in the treatment of eating disorders: A feminist psychodynamic approach. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Kedem-Tahar, E., & Felix-Kellerman, P. (1996). Psychodrama and drama therapy: A comparison: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 23(1) 1996, 27-36.
  • Keen, D. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 127-128.
  • Keepers, T. D. (1987). Group treatment of children: Practical considerations and techniques. Sarasota, FL, England: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.
  • Keim, J. (2000). Strategic therapy. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Kellermann, P. F. (1992). Focus on psychodrama: The therapeutic aspects of psychodrama. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Kellermann, P. F. (1992). The psychodramatist: Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry Vol 45(2) Sum 1992, 74-88.
  • Kelly, C., & Loader, P. (1997). Factitious disorder by proxy: The role of child mental health professionals: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 116-124.
  • Kelly, G. A. (2003). Is treatment a good idea? New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  • Kelly, R. J. (1985). Death anxiety, religious convictions about the afterlife, and the psychotherapist: Death Studies Vol 9(2) 1985, 155-162.
  • Kelmansky, R., Saidman, L., Santisteban, M. d. C., Smud, A., Stenger, E., & Tarrio, C. (1998). The end of the millennium and subjectivity: Revista de Psicoanalisis Vol 55(4) Oct-Dec 1998, 985-992.
  • Kemp, B., & Kleinplatz, F. (1985). Vocational rehabilitation of the older worker: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 39(5) May 1985, 322-326.
  • Kennedy, S. G. (1999). Life review and heroic narrative: Embracing pathology and attention to context: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 20(1) Mar 1999, 1-10.
  • Kepinski, A. (1981). Sorrows and joys of the psychotherapist: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 9(3) Jul 1981, 391-397.
  • Kestenbaum, C. J. (1995). Psychoanalysis and its vicissitudes: The doctor's dilemma: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 23(3) Fal 1995, 501-514.
  • Khantzian, E. J. (1988). The primary care therapist and patient needs in substance abuse treatment: American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Vol 14(2) Jun 1988, 159-167.
  • Kind, H. (1978). The first psychiatric interview: Nervenarzt Vol 49(5) May 1978, 255-260.
  • King, D. F., & Goodman, K. S. (1990). Whole language: Cherishing learners and their language: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools Vol 21(4) Oct 1990, 221-227.
  • King, S. A., & Strain, J. J. (1994). Pain disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Kirkland, K. (1981). Type of referrals to a behavior therapist in a family practice center: the Behavior Therapist Vol 4(3) Jun 1981, 15-16.
  • Kirsch, I. (1978). Teaching clients to be their own therapists: A case-study illustration: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 15(3) Fal 1978, 302-305.
  • Kirschenbaum, D. S. (1996). Helping physicians make useful recommendations about losing weight. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Kissane, D. W., & Kelly, B. J. (2000). Demoralisation, depression and desire for death: Problems with the Dutch guidelines for euthanasia of the mentally ill: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 34(2) Apr 2000, 325-333.
  • Kissel, S. (1970). The Dual Role of Practitioner and Member of the Academic Community: Comment: Professional Psychology Vol 1(3) Spr 1970, 280-281.
  • Kissel, S. (1990). Play therapy: A strategic approach. Springfield, IL, England: Charles C Thomas, Publisher.
  • Kitamura, A. (1997). The practice of school mental health: How does a psychiatrist cooperate with the school? : Seishin Igaku (Clinical Psychiatry) Vol 39(5) May 1997, 456-463.
  • Klagsbrun, S. (1983). The making of a cancer psychotherapist: Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Vol 1(4) Win 1983, 55-60.
  • Klamroth, H.-G. (1986). The function of complaining in the therapy of depression: Analytische Psychologie Vol 17(66) Dec 1986, 239-265.
  • Klarreich, S. (1998). Handbook of organizational health psychology: Programs to make the workplace healthier. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Klasson, E. M. (1989). A model of the occupational therapist as case manager: Two case studies of chronic schizophrenic patients living in the community: Occupational Therapy in Mental Health Vol 9(1) 1989, 63-90.
  • Klausner, S. Z. (1964). Role adaptation of pastors and psychiatrists: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 4(1) 1964, 14-39.
  • Kleckner, T., Frank, L., Bland, C., Amendt, J. H., & et al. (1992). The myth of the unfeeling strategic therapist: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 18(1) Jan 1992, 41-51.
  • Klein, J. P. (1983). Adolescence or the impossible meeting of minds: Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence Vol 31(8-9) Aug-Sep 1983, 394-400.
  • Klein, K., & Lask, B. (1996). Paediatric liaison psychiatry. London, England: Gaskell/Royal College of Psychiatrists.
  • Klock, S. C. (1997). To tell or not to tell: The issue of privacy and disclosure in infertility treatment. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Klosinski, G. (1990). Regulation of visiting rights against the will of the pubescent? The assessor as mediator? : European Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Acta Paedopsychiatrica Vol 53(3) 1990, 240-242.
  • Knakal, J. (1988). A couples group in oncology social work practice: An innovative modality: Dynamic Psychotherapy Vol 6(2) Fal-Win 1988, 153-156.
  • Knight, C. (1997). Critical roles and responsibilities of the leader in a therapy group for adult survivors of child sexual abuse: Journal of Child Sexual Abuse Vol 6(1) 1997, 21-37.
  • Knight, C. (2005). Humanistic psychotherapy training: Significant experiences contributing to the perceived competency development of exceptional humanistic psychotherapists. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Knight, T. A. (1992). Client role preferences, complementarity and attraction in the initial psychotherapy session: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Knoedler, W. (1989). The continuous treatment team model: Role of the psychiatrist: Psychiatric Annals Vol 19(1) Jan 1989, 35-40.
  • Knoff, R. H. (1983). The psychologist's role in a state prison: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 20(9) Sep 1983, 481-491.
  • Knudsen, K. R. (1982). Youth culture and crisis in upbringing: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 19(11) Nov 1982, 547-552.
  • Knudsen, P., & Brun, B. (1980). Ego-supportive psychotherapy of two young schizophrenic males: Nordisk Psykiatrisk Tidsskrift Vol 34(7-8) 1980, 611-621.
  • Koch, S. (1988). Women as psychotherapists: Zeitschrift fur Individualpsychologie Vol 13(2) 1988, 99-104.
  • Kogan, W. S., Schultz, C. B., & Johnson, M. H. (1964). Role perception in individual psychotherapy: Perceptual and Motor Skills 18(1) 1964, 81-82.
  • Konig, K., Lindner, W.-V., & Foulkes, P. (1994). Psychoanalytic group therapy. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Koocher, G. P. (2003). Ethical Issues in Psychotherapy With Adolescents: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 59(11) Nov 2003, 1247-1256.
  • Koocher, G. P., & MacDonald, B. L. (1992). Preventive intervention and family coping with a child's life-threatening or terminal illness. Washington, DC: Hemisphere Publishing Corp.
  • Kooden, H. (1994). The gay male therapist as an agent of socialization: Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy Vol 2(2) 1994, 39-64.
  • Koolmatrie, J., & Williams, R. (2000). Unresolved grief and the removal of Indigenous Australian children: Australian Psychologist Vol 35(2) Jul 2000, 158-166.
  • Kopetski, L. M. (1985). Defining the role of therapists in disputes: Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry Vol 24(5) Sep 1985, 665-666.
  • Korner, S., & Goldberg, E. H. (1996). Gender and the therapist-patient matrix: Gender bias or gender sensitivity? : Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 15(3) 1996, 33-52.
  • Kornhaber, B., & Malone, M. A. (1996). Creating a support group. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis.
  • Korol, R. (1996). Personal and professional aspects of being a pregnant therapist: Women & Therapy Vol 18(1) 1996, 99-108.
  • Koss, M. P., Goodman, L. A., Browne, A., Fitzgerald, L. F., Keita, G. P., & Russo, N. F. (1994). Common themes and a call for action. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Koss, M. P., Ingram, M., & Pepper, S. (1997). Psychotherapists' role in the medical response to male-partner violence: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 34(4) Win 1997, 386-396.
  • Koss-Chioino, J. D., & Vargas, L. A. (1992). Through the cultural looking glass: A model for understanding culturally responsive psychotherapies. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Koupernik, C., & Lepoutre, R. (1979). Psychiatry, the psychiatrist, and psychotropic agents: Confrontations Psychiatriques No 17 1979, 105-124.
  • Kovacevic, V. (1979). Group psychotherapy of hospitalized patients: Psihijatrija Danas Vol 11(1) 1979, 117-126.
  • Krafchick, J., & Biringen, Z. (2002). Parents as Sexuality Educators: The Role of Family Therapists in Coaching Parents: Journal of Feminist Family Therapy Vol 14(3-4) 2002, 57-72.
  • Krakowski, A. J. (1979). Liaison psychiatry: A service for averting dehumanization of medicine: Recent psychosocial changes in medicine: Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics Vol 32(1-4) 1979, 164-169.
  • Kramer, C. H. (2000). Revealing our selves. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
  • Kramer-Dover, S. (1990). The multidimensional role of the therapist treating child victims of sexual abuse. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Krausz, S. (1988). Illness and loss: Helping couples cope: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 16(1) Spr 1988, 52-65.
  • Kumar, V. K. (2006). Review of: Cognitive-behavioral theories of counseling: Traditional and nontraditional approaches: American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis Vol 48(4) Apr 2006, 304-306.
  • Kumler, M. L. (1969). Client expectations of therapist role: Relationship to initial commitment in a psychotherapy analogue: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Kurts, N. (1990). The child and the vampire: L'Evolution Psychiatrique Vol 55(4) Oct-Dec 1990, 729-735.
  • Kurtz, P. D. (1983). Identifying handicapped preschool children: Social Work in Education Vol 5(4) Jul 1983, 213-228.
  • Laireiter, A.-R. (2003). Negative experiences and effects in psychotherapist personal and training therapies: Zeitschrift fur Klinische Psychologie, Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie Vol 51(3) 2003, 245-264.
  • Laitinen, J. (1997). Involuntary psychiatric care and the possibilities of prudent choice: Psychiatria Fennica Vol 28 1997, 158-170.
  • Lalonde, P. (1995). Individualizing psychiatric rehabilitation in schizophrenia. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Lamontagne, Y. (1978). Relaxation techniques: Vie medicale au Canada francais Vol 7(1) Jan 1978, 56-65.
  • Lamprell, M. (1999). The therapist and the Fool: An exploration of why some patients attend therapy in order to not be helped: British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 15(4) Sum 1999, 439-451.
  • Landgarten, H. (1978). The state of art therapy in greater Los Angeles, 1974: Two year follow-up study: Art Psychotherapy Vol 5(4) 1978, 227-233.
  • Landreth, G. L. (2001). Innovations in play therapy: Issues, process, and special populations. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Lang, C. L. (1982). The resolution of status and ideological conflicts in a community mental health setting: Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes Vol 45(2) May 1982, 159-171.
  • Langs, R. (1993). Reactions to creativity in psychoanalysts: Psychanalystes No 48 Win 1993-1994, 39-61.
  • Langsley, D. G., & Barter, J. T. (1983). Psychiatric roles in the community mental health center: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 34(8) Aug 1983, 729-733.
  • Lankton, C. (2004). Shining light on intimacy and sexual pleasure. New York, NY: W W Norton & Co.
  • Lantz, J. (1996). The existential psychotherapist as a host in couples therapy. New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Lanza, R. T. (1983). The role of the therapist: Family Therapy Vol 10(1) 1983, 57-60.
  • Laplanche, J. (1992). Transference: Its provocation by the analyst: Psychanalyse a l'Universite Vol 17(65) Jan 1992, 3-22.
  • Larson, J. (1998). Managing student aggression in high schools: Implications for practice: Psychology in the Schools Vol 35(3) Jul 1998, 283-295.
  • Lashley, J. K., Gamble, E. H., Grenier, C. E., Roundtree, G. A., & et al. (1987). An empirical account of temperature biofeedback applied in groups: Psychological Reports Vol 60(2) Apr 1987, 379-388.
  • Lask, B. (1989). A matter of balance: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 11(4) Nov 1989, 389-392.
  • Laub, D., & Weine, S. M. (1994). The search for historical truth: Psychotherapy for Bosnian refugees: Psyche: Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen Vol 48(12) Dec 1994, 1101-1122.
  • Laube, J. J. (1998). Therapist role in narrative group psychotherapy: Group Vol 22(4) Dec 1998, 227-243.
  • Laufer, M. (1996). The psychoanalyst of the adolescent: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Vol 51 1996, 512-521.
  • Lawe, C. F., & Smith, E. W. (1986). Gestalt processes and family therapy: Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice Vol 42(4) Dec 1986, 537-544.
  • Lazarus, A. A. (1987). The multimodal approach with adult outpatients. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Lazarus, J. A., & Sharfstein, S. S. (1998). New roles for psychiatrists in organized systems of care. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Leader, E. (2000). So you want to be a mentor? Food for thought from a clinician's casebook: Journal of Child & Adolescent Group Therapy Vol 10(2) Jun 2000, 119-124.
  • Lebovici, S. (1986). Psychoanalysts and childhood psychoses: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 50(6) Nov-Dec 1986, 1545-1566.
  • Lechuga, D. M. (1980). Role reversal: A technique for exploring patient biofeedback strategy: American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback Vol 3(2) Fal-Win 1980, 178.
  • Leclaire, A.-M. (1982). The many roles of the psychoanalyst: Pratique des Mots No 39 Jun 1982, 29-30.
  • Lefley, H. P. (1989). Family burden and family stigma in major mental illness: American Psychologist Vol 44(3) Mar 1989, 556-560.
  • Leiblum, S. R., & Greenfeld, D. A. (1997). The course of infertility: Immediate and long-term reactions. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Leitner, L. M., & Faidley, A. J. (1999). Creativity in experiential personal construct psychotherapy: Journal of Constructivist Psychology Vol 12(4) Oct-Dec 1999, 273-286.
  • Lemaire, J.-G. (1999). Psychoanalytic psychotherapy for couples: Interazioni Vol 2 1999, 46-62.
  • Lemay, M. (1986). The child psychiatrist and the institution: Perspectives Psychiatriques Vol 25(4-5) 1986, 315-325.
  • Lenihan, P., & Iliffe, S. (2000). Counselling the community: The contribution of counselling psychologists to the development of primary care: Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol 13(4) Dec 2000, 329-343.
  • Leonard, J. E. (1987). The structure of psychotherapy supervision and its logical levels of analysis: A conceptual framework for linking goals, role relationships and procedures in clinical training: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Leonardelli, C. A., & Gratz, R. R. (1985). Roles and responsibilities in fieldwork experience: A social systems approach: Clinical Supervisor Vol 3(3) Fal 1985, 15-24.
  • Leon-Carrion, J., Perino, C., & Zitnay, G. A. (2006). The role of family in the rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury patients: Advocate or co-therapist. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis.
  • Leong, G. B. (1989). The expansion of psychiatric participation in social control: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 40(3) Mar 1989, 240-242.
  • Lependorf Palmer, M., & Healey, K. (2002). Family consulting: A new role for therapists: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 30(3) May-Jun 2002, 203-213.
  • Lesieur, H. R. (1990). Working with and understanding Gamblers Anonymous. Silver Spring, MD, England: National Association of Social Work.
  • Leslie, N. S. (1990). A study of caring behaviors of three core mental health professional groups: Psychiatric mental health nurses, clinical psychologists, and clinical social workers: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Leszcz, M. (1994). "Failures in group therapy: The therapist variable": Comment: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 44(1) Jan 1994, 25-30.
  • Leung, S. M. (1984). A multidisciplinary approach to the role of senior therapist on a child psychiatry unit: Children's Health Care Vol 13(2) Fal 1984, 89-91.
  • Leutz, G. A. (1971). Transference, empathy and tele, the role of the psychodramatist as compared with the role of the psychoanalyst: Group Psychotherapy & Psychodrama Vol 24(3-4) 1971, 111-116.
  • Levant, R. F. (2001). The crises of boyhood. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Levesque, R. J. R., & Anderson, L. A. (2001). Sexually harassed and harassing adolescents: Advance in legal, policy, and mental health responses. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Levin, S. B., Raser, J. B., Niles, C., & Reese, A. (1986). Beyond family systems--toward problem systems: Some clinical implications: Journal of Strategic & Systemic Therapies Vol 5(4) Win 1986, 62-69.
  • Levine, S. V. (1979). Role of psychiatry in the phenomenon of cults: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 24(7) Nov 1979, 593-603.
  • Levinson, V. R. (1986). The alcoholic's self destructiveness and the therapist's role in mobilizing survival energies: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly Vol 3(3) Fal 1986, 23-35.
  • Levy, J. S. (1980). Factors bearing on role definition and dilemmas of therapists in training: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Levy, S. M. (1996). Humanizing death: Psychotherapy with terminally ill patients. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Lewis, H. C. (1985). Family therapy with stepfamilies: Journal of Strategic & Systemic Therapies Vol 4(1) Spr 1985, 13-23.
  • Lewis, O. W. (1992). Paternal absence: Psychotherapeutic considerations in boys. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Lieb-Lundell, C. (1988). The therapist's role in the management of girls with Rett syndrome: Journal of Child Neurology Vol 3(Suppl) 1988, 31-34.
  • Liebscher, T., & Ruter, B. (1977). Aspects of therapy with a group of nine mothers: Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie Vol 26(3) Apr 1977, 90-98.
  • Liese, B. S., Vail, B. A., & Seaton, K. A. (1996). Substance use problems in primary care medical settings: Is there a psychologist in the house? Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Lietaer, G. (1972). The client-centered view of the role of the group-therapist: Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie en haar Grensgebieden Vol 27(5) May 1972, 249-265.
  • Lilly, R., Quirk, A., Rhodes, T., & Stimson, G. V. (1999). Juggling multiple roles: Staff and client perceptions of keyworker roles and the constraints on delivering counselling and support services in methadone treatment: Addiction Research Vol 7(4) Aug 1999, 267-289.
  • Linehan, M. M., & Heard, H. L. (1992). Dialectical behavior therapy for borderline personality disorder. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Liptzin, B. (1983). The geriatric psychiatrist's role as consultant: Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry Vol 16(1) 1983, 103-112.
  • Livaditis, M. (1993). Difficulties in deinstitutionalization: From the asylum to the boarding-house: Psychiatriki Vol 4(1-2) Jan-Jun 1993, 43-48.
  • Livingston, L. R. (2000). Reflections on selfobject transferences and a continuum of responsiveness. Mahwah, NJ: Analytic Press.
  • Lloyd, C., Kanowski, H., & Samra, P. (1998). Developing occupational therapy services within an integrated mental health service: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 61(5) May 1998, 214-218.
  • Lloyd, C., King, R., & Bassett, H. (2002). A Survey of Australian Mental Health Occupational Therapists: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 65(2) Feb 2002, 88-96.
  • Loch, W. (1988). Reconstructions, constructions, interpretations: From "Self-Ego" to Ego-Self." Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse Vol 23 1988, 37-81.
  • Loewy, J. V. (2005). Guest Editorial: "The Role of the Music Therapist in Music Therapy": Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 5-7.
  • Loriedo, C., Vella, G., & Olsen, M. (1992). Paradox and the family system. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Lovold, R. (2006). Authenticity, spontaneity and emotional availability in psychotherapy: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 43(9) Sep 2006, 909-916.
  • Lubetsky, M. J. (1986). The psychiatrist's role in the assessment and treatment of the mentally retarded child: Child Psychiatry & Human Development Vol 16(4) Sum 1986, 261-273.
  • Lust, I., & Hamori, E. (1996). The dynamics of losing and building boundaries in an adolescent group: Group Analysis Vol 29(1) Mar 1996, 37-42.
  • Macaskill, N. D. (1995). Educating clients about rational-emotive therapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • MacAulay, D. (1991). Mutual support groups for families in management of eating disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • MacKinnon, L., & James, K. (1992). Working with "the Welfare" in child-at-risk cases: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 13(1) Mar 1992, 1-15.
  • Madansky, D., & Santora, D. (1990). Pediatrician-therapist cooperation in the treatment of sexually abused children: Child Abuse & Neglect Vol 14(2) 1990, 277-279.
  • Madden, R., & Parody, M. (1998). Helping without harming: A reply to Feld and Fetkewicz: Clinical Social Work Journal Vol 26(2) Sum 1998, 227-232.
  • Madigan, S. P. (1993). Questions about questions: Situating the therapist's curiosity in front of the family. New York, NY: W W Norton & Co.
  • Mahrer, A. R. (2001). An experiential alternative to countertransference: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 57(8) Aug 2001, 1021-1028.
  • Mahrer, A. R., Dessaulles, A., Gervaize, P. A., & Nadler, W. P. (1987). An indictment of interpretation: The elevated role of therapist as grand interpreter: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 5(3) Fal 1987, 39-51.
  • Mahrer, A. R., & Gervaize, P. A. (1983). Impossible roles therapists must play: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 24(2) Apr 1983, 81-87.
  • Maida, V. A. (2004). Psycho-oncology and training in the area of the "Centro Studi": A first exploratory investigation: Ecologia della Mente Vol 27(1) Jun 2004, 33-37.
  • Mair, K. (1992). The myth of therapist expertise. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Malchiodi, C. A. (1998). Understanding children's drawings. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Mancia, M. (1990). Constructions and reconstructions in analysis: Rivista di Psicoanalisi Vol 36(4) Oct-Dec 1990, 922-933.
  • Mandel, S. E. (1993). The role of the music therapist on the hospice/palliative care team: Journal of Palliative Care Vol 9(4) Win 1993, 37-39.
  • Mandelbaum, A. (1976). Diagnosis in family treatment: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 40(5) Sep 1976, 497-504.
  • Mander, G. (2001). Fatherhood today: Variations on a theme: Psychodynamic Counselling Vol 7(2) May 2001, 141-158.
  • Marcelli, D., & Alvin, P. (1994). Submission or cheating in chronic illness in adolescence: The therapist's stand: International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health Vol 7(1) Jan-Mar 1994, 65-71.
  • Marek, T. (1989). Separation and divorce therapy: A struggle to grow for clients and therapists. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Margolis, J. A. (1977). The role of the child psychiatrist in peer review: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 28(12) Dec 1977, 898-900.
  • Margulies, S. (2007). Working with divorcing spouses: How to help clients navigate the emotional and legal minefield. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Marie-Cardine, M. (1985). The institutional psychoanalyst and drug therapy: Genitif Vol 6(2) 1985, 51-68.
  • Mark, J. (2001). The challenges of split treatment: Psychiatric Services Vol 52(9) Sep 2001, 1254-1255.
  • Marks, I. (1991). Self-administered behavioural treatment: Behavioural Psychotherapy Vol 19(1) 1991, 42-46.
  • Marshall, W. L., & Serran, G. A. (2004). The role of the therapist in offender treatment: Psychology, Crime & Law Vol 10(3) Sep 2004, 309-320.
  • Marsiglia, F. F. (2002). Navigating in Goups... Experiencing the cultural as political: Social Work with Groups Vol 25(1) 2002, 129-137.
  • Martin, P. J., Moore, J. E., & Guhr, K. E. (1976). Therapists' role behavior as expected by hospitalized patients: A study of therapeutic relation: Research Communications in Psychology, Psychiatry & Behavior Vol 1(5-6) 1976, 663-669.
  • Marucco, N. C., Korol, L. M., Marchionni, H. M., & Rozitchner, E. M. (1995). The analytic function and the presence of the analyst: The "real singularity" in the transference: Revista de Psicoanalisis Vol 52(3) Jul-Sep 1995, 731-747.
  • Masoliver, C. (1990). Learning co-ordination: International Journal of Therapeutic Communities Vol 11(4) 1990, 203-213.
  • Mason-Luckey, B., & Sandel, S. L. (1985). Intergenerational movement therapy: A leadership challenge: The Arts in Psychotherapy Vol 12(4) Win 1985, 257-263.
  • Masse, G., & Caroli, F. (1987). Assistant consultants to lunatic asylums: 1839-1921 in memoriam: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 63(4) Apr 1987, 545-551.
  • Masse, G., & Caroli, F. (1987). Assistant consultants to lunatic asylums: 1839superscript 1921 in memoriam: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 63(4) Apr 1987, 545-551.
  • Mastropaolo, L., Pesenti, E., Rizzo Pinna, E., & Daglio, R. A. (1985). The interaction between the consulting room and the Tribunal for Minors: Operative systemic strategies: Terapia Familiare No 17 Mar 1985, 29-37.
  • Matano, R. A., Yalom, I. D., & Schwartz, K. (1997). Interactive group therapy for substance abusers. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Mattsson, A., & Kim, S. P. (1982). Blood disorders: Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 5(2) Aug 1982, 345-356.
  • May, R. (1986). Boundaries and voices in college psychotherapy: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 1(2) Win 1986, 3-28.
  • May, R. (1986). "Boundaries and voices in college psychotherapy": Author's response: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 1(2) Win 1986, 75-85.
  • May, R. (1993). Some dilemmas of the consultant in a college: Comments on Webb, Widseth and Ramirez: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 35-40.
  • Mayer, D. K., Parsons, S. K., Terrin, N., Tighiouart, H., Jeruss, S., Nakagawa, K., et al. (2005). School re-entry after a cancer diagnosis: Physician attitudes about truth telling and information sharing: Child: Care, Health and Development Vol 31(3) May 2005, 355-363.
  • McAfee, J. K. (1987). Integrating therapy services in the school: A model for training educators, administrators, and therapists: Topics in Early Childhood Special Education Vol 7(3) Fal 1987, 116-126.
  • McArdle, P. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 126-127.
  • McCallum, S. (1997). Women as co-facilitators of groups for male sex offenders: Social Work with Groups Vol 20(2) 1997, 17-30.
  • McCluskey, U. (2005). To be met as a person: The dynamics of attachment in professional encounters. London, England: Karnac Books.
  • McColskey, A. S. (1980). Criticism of the Report of the Task Force on the Role of Psychology in the Criminal Justice System: American Psychologist Vol 35(1) Jan 1980, 108-109.
  • McCooey-O'Halloran, R., Worrall, L., & Hickson, L. (2004). Evaluating the Role of Speech-Language Pathology with Patients with Communication Disability in the Acute Care Hospital Setting Using the ICF: Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology Vol 12(2) Jun 2004, 49-58.
  • McCrady, B. S., & Epstein, E. E. (1995). Marital therapy in the treatment of alcohol problems. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • McCullough, J. P., Jr. (2006). Treating chronic depression with disciplined personal involvement. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • McCune, N., & Walford, G. (1991). The role of the psychiatrist in child sexual abuse: Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine Vol 8(2) Sep 1991, 93-98.
  • McCurdy, A., III. (1995). Establishing and maintaining the analytical structure. Chicago, IL: Open Court Publishing Co.
  • McDargh, J. (1993). Concluding clinical postscript: On developing a psychotheological perspective. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • McDougall, J. (1991). Perversions and deviations in the psychoanalytic attitude: Their effect on theory and practice. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • McGuire, D. K., & McGuire, D. E. (2001). Linking parents to play therapy: A practical guide with applications, interventions, and case studies. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.
  • McGuire, F. A., & Goodwin, L. (1991). Cardiac rehabilitation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
  • McKeen, J., & Wong, B. (1995). Memories of abuse: A call for a balanced perspective: Journal of Child & Youth Care Vol 10(3) 1995, 67-81.
  • McNiff, S. (1979). From shamanism to art therapy: Art Psychotherapy Vol 6(3) 1979, 155-161.
  • Meadows, A. (2002). Approaches to music and movement for children with severe and profound multiple disabilities: Australian Journal of Music Therapy Vol 13 2002, 17-27.
  • Meissner, W. W. (1996). The therapeutic alliance and the real relationship in the analytic process. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Analytic Press, Inc.
  • Melamed, Y., Lublinsky, E., & Mazeh, D. (1999). Who will protect mentally ill individuals from themselves? : The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 44(4) May 1999, 392-393.
  • Melnick, J. (1978). Starting therapy: Assumptions and expectations: Gestalt Journal Vol 1(1) Win 1978, 74-82.
  • Melton, G. B. (1994). Doing justice and doing good: Conflicts for mental health professionals: The Future of Children Vol 4(2) Sum-Fal 1994, 102-118.
  • Menaker, E. (1990). Transference, countertransference, and therapeutic efficacy in relation to self-disclosure by the analyst. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Mendel, W. M. (1964). Structure as process in psychotherapy: Journal of Existential Psychiatry 4(16) 1964, 301-307.
  • Messent, P. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": A response by a social worker: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(1) 1997, 20-21.
  • Meyerstein, I. (1994). Reflections on "being there" and "doing" in family therapy: A story of chronic illness: Family Systems Medicine Vol 12(1) Spr 1994, 21-29.
  • Meyerstein, I., & Todd, J. C. (1980). On the witness stand: The family therapist and expert testimony: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 8(4) Win 1980, 43-51.
  • Mickel, E. (1991). Integrating the African centered perspective with reality therapy/control theory: Journal of Reality Therapy Vol 11(1) Fal 1991, 66-71.
  • Middleton, P. (1978). A test of Sarbin's self-role congruency theory within a role-playing therapy analogue situation: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 34(2) Apr 1978, 505-511.
  • Mikail, S. F., & Tasca, G. A. (2004). Reconceptualizing Health: A Response to Romanow and Marchildon (2003): Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 45(3) Aug 2004, 236-238.
  • Miles, J. E., McLean, P. D., & Maurice, W. L. (1976). The medical student therapist: Treatment outcome: The Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal / La Revue de l'Association des psychiatres du Canada Vol 21(7) Nov 1976, 467-472.
  • Miller, E. (1976). Psychotherapy of a child in a custody dispute: Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry Vol 15(3) Sum 1976, 441-452.
  • Miller, G. D., & Baldwin, D. C. (1987). Implications of the woundedealer paradigm for the use of the self in therapy: Journal of Psychotherapy & the Family Vol 3(1) Spr 1987, 139-151.
  • Miller, G. D., & Baldwin, D. C. (1987). Implications of the wounded-healer paradigm for the use of the self in therapy: Journal of Psychotherapy & the Family Vol 3(1) Spr 1987, 139-151.
  • Miller, G. H. (1988). Competency to stand trial: Psychiatric Annals Vol 18(11) Nov 1988, 660-664.
  • Miller, K. D., Schleien, S. J., Brooke, P., Frisoli, A. M., & Brooks, W. T., III. (2005). Community for All: The Therapeutic Recreation Practitioner's Role in Inclusive Volunteering: Therapeutic Recreation Journal Vol 39(1) 2005, 18-31.
  • Miller, R. D. (1990). Ethical issues involved in the dual role of treater and evaluator. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Miller, R. K., Maier, G. J., Van Rybroek, G. J., & Weidemann, J. A. (1989). Treating patients "doing time": A forensic perspective: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 40(9) Sep 1989, 960-962.
  • Milne, D., Cowie, I., Gormly, A., White, C., & et al. (1992). Social supporters and behaviour therapists: Three studies on the form and function of their help: Behavioural Psychotherapy Vol 20(4) 1992, 343-354.
  • Milosavljevic, P. (1979). Therapeutic experiences and problems in family treatment of mental patients' parents: Psihijatrija Danas Vol 11(1) 1979, 93-100.
  • Mindell, J. A., & Cashman, L. (1995). Sleep disorders. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Minkoff, K., & Stern, R. (1985). Paradoxes faced by residents being trained in the psychosocial treatment of people with chronic schizophrenia: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 36(8) Aug 1985, 859-864.
  • Minuchin, S. (1997). The leap to complexity: Supervision in family therapy. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Mirabent, V., & Torras, E. (1998). The school psychologist: An experience from a psychoanalytic perspective: Revista Catalana de Psicoanalisi Vol 15(2) 1998, 107-119.
  • Mirin, S. M., & Namerow, M. J. (1991). Why study treatment outcome? Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Mitchell, S. A. (2000). Response to commentaries: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 10(3) May-Jun 2000, 505-507.
  • Molin, R. (1988). Treatment of children in foster care: Issues of collaboration: Child Abuse & Neglect Vol 12(2) 1988, 241-250.
  • Monk, G., & Gehart, D. R. (2003). Sociopolitical activist or conversational partner? Distinguishing the position of the therapist in narrative and collaborative therapies: Family Process Vol 42(1) Spr 2003, 19-30.
  • Montgrain, N. (1975). Psychosis and freedom: A reductible antinomy? : Vie medicale au Canada francais Vol 4(9) Sep 1975, 1073-1074.
  • Moore, R. A. (1982). The psychiatrist as an adversary: Psychiatric Hospital Vol 13(4) Fal 1982, 156-159.
  • Mosher, D. L. (1979). The Gestalt experiment in sex therapy: Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy Vol 5(2) Sum 1979, 117-133.
  • Moss, W. L. (1992). Group psychotherapy with adolescents in a residential treatment center: Journal of Child & Adolescent Group Therapy Vol 2(2) Jun 1992, 93-104.
  • Mosten, F. S., & Biggs, B. E. (1985). The role of the therapist in the co-mediation of divorce: An exploration by a lawyer-mediator team: Journal of Divorce Vol 9(2) Win 1985-1986, 27-39.
  • Moustakas, C. (1986). Being In, Being For, and Being With: The Humanistic Psychologist Vol 14(2) Sum 1986, 100-104.
  • Mozdzierz, G. J., Lisiecki, J., Bitter, J. R., & Williams, A. L. (1986). Role-functions for Adlerian therapists: Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice Vol 42(2) Jun 1986, 154-177.
  • Muhleman, D. (1987). 12-Step study groups in drug abuse treatment programs: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 19(3) Jul-Sep 1987, 291-298.
  • Muir, N. (1997). Semantic pragmatic disorder and the role of the speech and language therapist in psychiatry. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Mullan, H. (1987). The ethical foundations of group psychotherapy: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 37(3) Jul 1987, 403-416.
  • Muller, J. P. (1999). Consultation from the position of the third: The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 59(2) Jun 1999, 113-118.
  • Muller, J. P. (1999). The third as holding the dyad: Commentary on paper by Margaret Crastnopol: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 9(4) Jul-Aug 1999, 471-480.
  • Muller, J. P. (1999). "The third as holding the dyad: Commentary on paper by Margaret Crastnopol": Reply: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 9(4) Jul-Aug 1999, 481-486.
  • Muller, K. (1978). Counseling aspects in the provision of hearing and speech services: Hearing Rehabilitation Quarterly Vol 3(4) Win 1978, 14-16.
  • Muller, O. (1992). Suicide survivors: Reactions and treatment needs: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 29(3) Mar 1992, 189-199.
  • Muller-Kuppers, M. (1985). The child psychiatrist as father: The father as child psychiatrist: Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie Vol 34(8) Nov-Dec 1985, 309-315.
  • Murphy, M. J., Cheng, W.-J., & Werner-Wilson, R. J. (2006). Exploring master therapists' use of power in conversation: Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal Vol 28(4) Dec 2006, 475-484.
  • Music, G. (2004). The old one-two: Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 30(1) Apr 2004, 21-37.
  • Music, G. (2004). Review of Relational Child Psychotherapy: Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 30(3) Nov 2004, 367-370.
  • Musitu, G. (1999). The indissociability of community intervention and the ecological perspective: Psychology in Spain Vol 3(1) 1999, 63-68.
  • Myers, C. T. (2007). The role of independent therapy providers in the transition to preschool: Journal of Early Intervention Vol 29(2) Win 2007, 173-185.
  • Myers, M. F. (1981). Counseling the parents of young homosexual male patients: Journal of Homosexuality Vol 7(2-3) Win-Spr 1981-1982, 131-143.
  • Myers, S. (2001). The other outcome: How therapists integrate their experiences with clients. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Nagliero, G. (1996). Countertransference in adolescent psychotherapy: Group Analysis Vol 29(1) Mar 1996, 69-79.
  • Nakkula, M. J., & Watts, C. L. (1997). The particulars of pairs supervision. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter.
  • Namnum, A. (1976). Activity and personal involvement in psychoanalytic technique: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 40(2) Mar 1976, 105-117.
  • Napolitani, F., & Napolitani, A. P. (1994). Therapist and group therapist: Group and institution: Archivio di Psicologia, Neurologia e Psichiatria Vol 55(3) May-Jun 1994, 671-678.
  • Nastasi, B. K. (2000). School psychologists as health-care providers in the 21st century: Conceptual framework, professional identity, and professional practice: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 540-554.
  • Natale, S. M. (1986). Loneliness and the aging client: Psychotherapeutic considerations: Psychotherapy Patient Vol 2(3) Spr 1986, 77-93.
  • Neri, C., & Nicolosi, S. (1983). The role of the psychoanalyst vis-a-vis basic assumptions and a psychotherapy group: Giornale Storico di Psicologia Dinamica Vol 7(13) Jan 1983, 37-43.
  • Newbrough, J. R. (1993). The post-modern professional: Reflective and generative practice: Revista Interamericana de Psicologia Vol 27(1) 1993, 1-21.
  • Newton, P. M. (1971). Abstinence as a role requirement in psychotherapy: Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes Vol 34(4) Nov 1971, 391-400.
  • Ng, K. S. (2003). Toward a global view of family therapy development. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Nguyen, K.-c. (1985). Survey of the training and activities of clinical psychologists: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 38(8-11) Mar-Jun 1985, 391-395.
  • Nichols, J. F. (1980). The marital/family therapist as an expert witness: Some thoughts and suggestions: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 6(3) Jul 1980, 293-299.
  • Nickerson, E. T. (1991). The therapist as paid friend: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 9(1) 1991, 131-134.
  • Nieto-Cardoso, E. (1979). Relationships between self-revelation, levels of therapeutic functioning and level of manifest anxiety: Ensenanza e Investigacion en Psicologia Vol 5(1) Jan-Jun 1979, 468-489.
  • Nitza, A. G. J. (2003). The relationship of treatment adherence and outcome in functional family therapy. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Nixon, J. (1988). The role of the occupational therapist in the field of alcohol abuse: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 51(10) Oct 1988, 359-363.
  • No authorship, i. (1985). The role of the analyst and countertransference in didactic analysis: Boletin de Psicologia (El Salvador) Vol 4(1) Jan-Mar 1985, 26-33.
  • No authorship, i. (2005). From the Editor: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 4.
  • No authorship, i. (2006). Proposing an ethics of subjectivity: Being and meaning: Cadernos de Psicanalise - SPCRJ Vol 22(25) 2006, 315-331.
  • Northcott, R., & Chard, G. (2000). Sexual aspects of rehabilitation: The client's perspective: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 63(9) Sep 2000, 412-418.
  • Nose, F., & Morandini, G. (1989). Observation and change in the psychotherapy of psychoses: Psichiatria Generale e dell'Eta Evolutiva Vol 27(4) 1989, 605-619.
  • Nowak-Vogl, M. (1976). Psychosomatics and "Heilpadagogik." Zeitschrift fur Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie Vol 4(2) 1976, 124-135.
  • Nussbaum, M. C. (2005). Analytic Love and Human Vulnerability: A Comment on Lawrence Friedman's "Is There a Special Psychoanalytic Love?" Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 53(2) Spr 2005, 377-383.
  • Oanes, C. J. (1998). The role of the psychologist in a psychiatric institution for the elderly: Professional and ethical dilemmas in working with dementia: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 35(8) Aug 1998, 775-781.
  • O'Brien, T. P., & Kelley, J. E. (1980). A comparison of self-directed and therapist-directed practice for fear reduction: Behaviour Research and Therapy Vol 18(6) 1980, 573-579.
  • O'Hanlon, W. H. (1993). Possibility therapy: From iatrogenic injury to iatrogenic healing. New York, NY: W W Norton & Co.
  • Olafson, E., & Boat, B. W. (2000). Long-term management of the sexually abused child: Considerations and challenges. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Olarte, S. W. (1985). Changing gender stereotyped behavior: Role of therapist's personal disclosure: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 13(2) Apr 1985, 259-269.
  • Olkin, R. (1997). The human rights of children with disabilities: Women & Therapy Vol 20(2) 1997, 29-42.
  • Olson, R. P. (1995). Models of practice: The delivery of biofeedback services. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Olson, S. C., Daly, E. J., III, Andersen, M., Turner, A., & LeClair, C. (2007). Assessing student response to intervention. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • Orford, J. (1999). Are we effective in treating PTSD? : British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 62(7) Jul 1999, 336.
  • Ormont, L. R. (1984). The leader's role in dealing with aggression in groups: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 34(4) Oct 1984, 553-572.
  • Ormont, L. R. (1988). The leader's role in resolving resistances to intimacy in the group setting: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 38(1) Jan 1988, 29-45.
  • Ormont, L. R. (2001). The leader's role in dealing with aggression in groups (1984). Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
  • Osguthorpe, R. T. (1979). The school psychologist as a tutorial systems supervisor: Psychology in the Schools Vol 16(1) Jan 1979, 88-92.
  • Osman, B. B. (1991). Coordinating care in the prescription and use of methylphenidate with children. New York, NY: Mary Ann Liebert Publishers.
  • Ost, L.-G. (1977). Supervision in behavior therapy: Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy Vol 6(1) 1977, 9-18.
  • Page, B. J. (2004). Online Group Counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Palmadottir, G. (2006). Client-Therapist Relationships: Experiences of Occupational Therapy Clients in Rehabilitation: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 69(9) Sep 2006, 394-401.
  • Palmer, A. J. (1974). An experimental evaluation of the therapist role, peer interactions, and self-motivation in the treatment of depressed female psychiatric patients: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Papero, D. V. (1995). Bowen family systems and marriage. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Pare, T., Walter, J., & Friesen, J. (1992). A strategic/systemic approach to residential treatment: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 20(1) Spr 1992, 52-61.
  • Parizot, S. (1986). Sailing ahead... or clinical research in psychiatry: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 62(3) Mar 1986, 401-410.
  • Parker, H. (2001). The role of occupational therapists in community mental health teams: Generic or specialist? : British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 64(12) Dec 2001, 609-611.
  • Parson, E. R. (1985). Post-traumatic accelerated cohesion: Its recognition and management in group treatment of Vietnam veterans: Group Vol 9(4) Win 1985, 10-23.
  • Parsons, T. (1951). Illness and the role of the physician: a sociological perspective: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 21 1951, 452-460.
  • Partridge, R. B. (1986). Boundaries and voices: A view from the trenches: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 1(2) Win 1986, 29-34.
  • Passmore, N. L. (2003). Religious Issues in Counselling: Are Australian Psychologists "Dragging the Chain"? : Australian Psychologist Vol 38(3) Nov 2003, 183-192.
  • Pavan, L., Vignaga, F., Marini, M., Gardiolo, M., Corinto, B., Binotto, I., et al. (2006). Study on the emotional crisis psychotherapy process: The therapeutic couple and the role of the therapist: Rivista di Psichiatria Vol 41(3) May-Jun 2006, 158-165.
  • Pearce, K. I. (1977). Police negotiations: A new role for the community psychiatrist: The Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal / La Revue de l'Association des psychiatres du Canada Vol 22(4) Jun 1977, 171-175.
  • Pearlman, T. (1992). "The psychiatrist's role, responses, and responsibilities when a patient commits suicide": Comment: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 149(2) Feb 1992, 282-283.
  • Pelletier, L. R. (1984). Nurse-psychotherapists: Whom do they treat? : Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 35(11) Nov 1984, 1149-1150.
  • Penot, B. (1994). Is the subjective involvement of the analyst soluble in the notion of countertransference? : Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 58(Spec Issue) 1994, 1593-1596.
  • Peoples, C. (1979). Fair play therapy: A new perspective: Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied Vol 102(1) May 1979, 113-117.
  • Pepper, R. S. (2002). Emotional incest in group psychotherapy: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 52(2) Apr 2002, 285-294.
  • Perlesz, A. (1999). Complex responses to trauma: Challenges in bearing witness: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 20(1) Mar 1999, 11-19.
  • Perlesz, A., Furlong, M., & McLachlan, D. (1992). Family work and acquired brain damage: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 13(3) Sep 1992, 145-153.
  • Perlman, S. D. (1996). The implications of transference and parallel process for the frame of supervision: A historical perspective: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 24(3) Fal 1996, 485-497.
  • Perron-Borelli, M. (1982). Like psychoanalysis, like work: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 46(2) Mar-Apr 1982, 365-370.
  • Perrott, L. A. (1986). Using psychodramatic techniques in structural family therapy: Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal Vol 8(4) Win 1986, 279-290.
  • Peterson, T. J. (1992). Frankl and Jung on meaning: International Forum for Logotherapy Vol 15(1) Spr 1992, 33-40.
  • Petriglieri, G., & Wood, J. D. (2003). The Invisible Revealed: Collusion as an Entry to the Group Unconscious: Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 33(4) Oct 2003, 332-343.
  • Pettican, A., & Bryant, W. (2007). Sustaining a focus on occupation in community mental health practice: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 70(4) Apr 2007, 140-146.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (1998). Caring for children affected by disaster: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(3) Jul 1998, 579-597.
  • Phillips, J. M. (1994). The psychotherapist as spiritual helper. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Pierloot, R. A. (1987). The analysand as a character in search of an author: International Review of Psycho-Analysis Vol 14(2) 1987, 221-230.
  • Pilgrim, D. (1987). Some psychodynamic aspects of helping: A critical overview. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Piper, W. E., Doan, B. D., Edwards, E. M., & Jones, B. D. (1979). Cotherapy behavior, group therapy process, and treatment outcome: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 47(6) Dec 1979, 1081-1089.
  • Piper, W. E., McCallum, M., & Azim, H. F. A. (1992). Adaptation to loss through short-term group psychotherapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Pleak, R. R., & Appelbaum, P. S. (1985). The clinician's role in protecting patients' rights in guardianship proceedings: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 36(1) Jan 1985, 77-79.
  • Plougeaut, C., & Roche, J.-F. (1990). Psychiatrist working in a cancerologic pediatric department: The different problems or difficulties set: Psychologie Medicale Vol 22(2) Feb 1990, 157-159.
  • Poda, D. M. (2004). Every Child Is a Group: The Girl of the Snakes: Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 34(1) Jan 2004, 52-68.
  • Poland, W. S. (1988). Insight and the analytic dyad: Psychoanalytic Quarterly Vol 57(3) Jul 1988, 341-369.
  • Polizzi, L. M. (2003). On the edge of night: An existential phenomenological investigation of transient/situational insomnias. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Pollack, D. A., & Cutler, D. L. (1992). Changing roles: Psychiatry in community mental health centers. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Polley, D. L. (2003). Exploring autophotography as a complementary therapy for female rape survivors. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Pollock, P. H. (2006). The contribution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy to court proceedings. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Pols, R. G., Sellman, D., Jurd, S., Baigent, M., & et al. (1996). What is the psychiatrist's role in drugs and alcohol? : Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 30(4) Aug 1996, 540-549.
  • Pope, K. S. (1996). Scientific research, recovered memory, and context: Seven surprising findings: Women & Therapy Vol 19(1) 1996, 123-140.
  • Porter, L. S., & Lane, R. C. (1996). Iatrogenic creation of false childhood sexual abuse memories: Controversy, dynamics, fantasy, and reality: Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Vol 26(1) Spr 1996, 23-42.
  • Possick, S. (1983). The therapist as mentor: An aspect of clinical work with schizophrenic outpatients: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease Vol 171(5) May 1983, 314-317.
  • Power, T. J. (2000). Commentary: The school psychologists as community-focused, public health professional: Emerging challenges and implications for training: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 557-559.
  • Power, T. J., Heathfield, L. T., McGoey, K. E., & Blum, N. J. (1999). Managing and preventing chronic health problems in children and youth: School psychology's expanded mission: School Psychology Review Vol 28(2) 1999, 251-263.
  • Price, J. R., & Hescheles, D. R. (1999). Your role as therapist. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Price, J. R., Hescheles, D. R., & Price, A. R. (1999). A guide to starting psychotherapy groups. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Primm, A. B., & Houck, J. (1990). COSTAR: Flexibility in urban community mental health. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Prince, M. T., & Randolph, D. L. (1981). Differentiating roles of clinical and counseling psychology interns: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 37(4) Oct 1981, 892-896.
  • Proctor, E. K. (1978). Structuring of early treatment interaction: An exploratory study of therapists' behaviors: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Proctor, E. K., & Rosen, A. (1983). Structure in therapy: A conceptual analysis: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 20(2) Sum 1983, 202-207.
  • Prosky, P. (1996). The use of self in family therapy: Family Therapy Vol 23(3) 1996, 159-169.
  • Pugh, R., & Lewin, M. H. (1970). The Dual Role of Practitioner and Member of the Academic Community: Professional Psychology Vol 1(3) Spr 1970, 279-280.
  • Pugh, R. L., McColgan, E. B., & Pruitt, D. B. (1986). The role of the therapist in family therapy impasses: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 14(4) Win 1986, 304-312.
  • Putney, M. W., Worthington, E. L., & McCullough, M. E. (1992). Effects of supervisor and supervisee theoretical orientation and supervisor-supervisee matching on interns' perceptions of supervision: Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol 39(2) Apr 1992, 258-265.
  • Qualls, S. H. (2000). Working with families in nursing homes. New York, NY: Hatherleigh Press.
  • Quidu-Richard, M. (1987). The hospital psychiatrist confronted by the problems of suicide and its victims: Psychiatrie Francaise Vol 18, Spec Issue May 1987, 319-327.
  • Quirk, S. A., & DePrince, A. P. (1996). Childhood trauma: Politics and legislative concerns for therapists. New York, NY, England: Harrington Park Press/Haworth Press.
  • Rabinowitz, V. C., Zevon, M. A., & Karuza, J., Jr. (1988). Psychotherapy as helping: An attributional analysis. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Rabow, J. (1965). Quantitative aspects of the group psychotherapist's role behavior: A methodological note: Journal of Social Psychology 67(1) 1965, 31-37.
  • Raczynski, J. M. (1986). A primer on psychological practice in medical settings. Sarasota, FL, England: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.
  • Rahman, H. (2000). Journey of providing care in hospice: Perspectives of occupational therapists: Qualitative Health Research Vol 10(6) Nov 2000, 806-818.
  • Rait, D. S. (2000). The therapeutic alliance in couples and family therapy: Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol 56(2) Feb 2000, 211-224.
  • Ramage, J. C. (1986). USA school psychologists: Characteristics, role and special education influence: School Psychology International Vol 7(4) Oct-Dec 1986, 243-249.
  • Rapoport, D., & Choppy, M. C. (1978). Reflections on roles and functions of clinical psychologists in a public care nursery: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 32(3-7) 1978-1979, 167-174.
  • Rashkin, R. (2005). Feeling better: A kid's book about therapy. Washington, DC: Magination Press/American Psychological Association.
  • Raskin, J. D. (1999). Metaphors and meaning: Constructing the creative psychotherapist: Journal of Constructivist Psychology Vol 12(4) Oct-Dec 1999, 331-347.
  • Ravenscroft, K. (1982). The burn unit: Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 5(2) Aug 1982, 419-432.
  • Rawlings, W. J. (1986). Relationship between congruence of client and therapist: Expectations and preferences and continuation in psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Raymondet, P., Bougerol, T., & Scotto, J. C. (1988). HIV-positive subjects and the phantasms they generate: Annales Medico-Psychologiques Vol 146(3) Mar 1988, 262-267.
  • Reay, A., & Revel, J. (1999). Social therapists: Being real and being therapeutic: Therapeutic Communities: International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations Vol 20(2) Sum 1999, 93-102.
  • Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. D. (1996). Feminist psychodynamic group psychotherapy: The application of principles. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Regehr, C., & Glancy, G. (1997). Survivors of sexual abuse allege therapist negligence: Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Vol 25(1) 1997, 49-58.
  • Reichelt, S., & Christensen, B. (1990). Reflections during a study on family therapy with drug addicts: Family Process Vol 29(3) Sep 1990, 273-287.
  • Reichelt, S., & Skjerve, J. (2000). Supervision of inexperienced therapists: A qualitative analysis: Clinical Supervisor Vol 19(2) 2000, 25-43.
  • Revell, E. S. (2004). Editorial: Gestalt Review Vol 8(2) 2004, 119-122.
  • Reynolds, D. (1987). The effective school: Do educational psychologists help or hinder? : AEP (Association of Educational Psychologists) Journal Vol 3(3) Oct 1987, 22-28.
  • Rhodes, J. E., & Jakes, S. (2004). Evidence Given for Delusions During Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy Vol 11(3) May-Jun 2004, 207-218.
  • Ribbe, D. P., Lipovsky, J. A., & Freedy, J. R. (1995). Posttraumatic stress disorder. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Rice, C. A. (1992). Contributions from object relations theory. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Richard, J., Bovier, P., & Bocksberger, J.-P. (1997). Psychomotor therapy and Alzheimer's disease. Cambridge, MA: Birkhauser.
  • Richard-Jodoin, R.-M. (1989). The "holding function" of the therapist in the treatment of borderline patients: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 17(2) Sum 1989, 305-312.
  • Rieger, E., Touyz, S. W., & Wain, G. V. (1998). The role of the clinical psychologist in gynecological cancer: Journal of Psychosomatic Research Vol 45(3) Sep 1998, 201-214.
  • Ritchey, F. J., Pinkston, D., Goldbaum, J. E., & Heerten, M. E. (1989). Perceptual correlates of physician referral to physical therapists: Implications for role expansion: Social Science & Medicine Vol 28(1) 1989, 69-80.
  • Ritchie, M., & Kaplan, D. (1997). Letter to the Editor: The Family Journal Vol 5(2) Apr 1997, 110.
  • Robbins, A. (1988). Between therapists: The processing of transference/countertransference material. New York, NY: Human Sciences Press.
  • Robbins, A., & Robbins-Milne, L. (1998). The therapist as nanny. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Rober, P. (1999). The therapist's inner conversation in family therapy practice: Some ideas about the self of the therapist, therapeutic impasse, and the process of reflection: Family Process Vol 38(2) Sum 1999, 209-228.
  • Rober, P. (1999). The therapist's internal conversation in family therapy practice: Some ideas about the self of the therapist, therapeutic impasse and the process of reflection: Therapie Familiale Vol 20(2) 1999, 131-153.
  • Roberge, P., & Marchand, A. (2004). Accessibility to treatment for anxiety disorders in Canada: A commentary: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 45(3) Aug 2004, 225-227.
  • Roberto, L. G. (1991). Impasses in the family treatment of bulimia. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Roberts, G. W., & Miller, R. L. (2004). Intervening in the HIV/AIDS Crisis: The Role of Black Psychologists: Journal of Black Psychology Vol 30(1) Feb 2004, 138-160.
  • Roberts, J. E., & McCready, V. (1987). Different clinical perspectives of good and poor therapy sessions: Journal of Speech & Hearing Research Vol 30(3) Sep 1987, 335-342.
  • Roberts, M. (1998). A thing called therapy: Therapist-client co-constructions: Journal of Systemic Therapies Vol 17(4) Win 1998, 14-26.
  • Robertson, E. (1984). The role of the occupational therapist in a psychotherapeutic setting: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 47(4) Apr 1984, 106-110.
  • Robinson, J. D., & Baker, J. (2006). Psychological Consultation and Services in a General Medical Hospital: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 37(3) Jun 2006, 264-267.
  • Rodger, S., Mickan, S., Tooth, L., & Strong, J. (2003). Clinical research: Room for all? : Australian Occupational Therapy Journal Vol 50(1) Mar 2003, 40-43.
  • Rodin, G. M. (1980). Renal dialysis and the liaison psychiatrist: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 25(6) Oct 1980, 473-477.
  • Rogers, J. C. (1983). Roles and functions of occupational therapy in long-term care: Occupational therapy and activity programs: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 37(12) Dec 1983, 807-810.
  • Romanow, R. J., & Marchildon, G. P. (2003). Psychological services and the future of health care in Canada: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 44(4) Nov 2003, 283-298.
  • Romanow, R. J., & Marchildon, G. P. (2004). History, Politics, and Transformational Change in Canadian Health Care: A Rejoinder: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 45(3) Aug 2004, 239-243.
  • Ron, K. (1996). Open live supervision in family therapy: Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal Vol 18(1) Mar 1996, 69-83.
  • Rose, S. D. (1989). Working with adults in groups: Integrating cognitive-behavioral and small group strategies. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Rose, S. D. (1999). Group therapy: A cognitive-behavioral approach. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Rosenberg, B. A. (1982). Truth and fiction in RET: An addition to Meehl and Ellis's discussion on the status of "should" statements: Rational Living Vol 17(1) Spr 1982, 37-41.
  • Rosenfeld, A., Wasserman, S., & Pilowsky, D. J. (1998). Psychiatry and children in the child welfare system: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(3) Jul 1998, 515-536.
  • Rosenheck, R., & Fontana, A. (1996). PTSD and community-based treatment: A commentary on "PTSD diagnosis and treatment for mental health clinicians": Community Mental Health Journal Vol 32(2) Apr 1996, 191-193.
  • Rosenthal, L. (1999). The thermostatic function of the group analyst: Regulating the degree of stimulation in the group: Modern Psychoanalysis Vol 24(2) 1999, 157-164.
  • Rosenthal, L. (2005). Castouts and Dropouts: Premature Termination in Group Analysis: Modern Psychoanalysis Vol 30(2) 2005, 40-53.
  • Rosenthal, L. (2005). The Thermostatic Function of the Group Analyst: Regulating the Degree of Stimulation in the Group: Modern Psychoanalysis Vol 30(2) 2005, 64-71.
  • Rosenthal, M., & Kolpan, K. I. (1986). Head injury rehabilitation: Psychological issues and roles for the rehabilitation psychologist: Rehabilitation Psychology Vol 31(1) Spr 1986, 37-46.
  • Rosier, C., Williams, H., & Ryrie, I. (1998). Anxiety management groups in a community mental health team: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 61(5) May 1998, 203-206.
  • Ross, J. (2005). Spiritual need: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 68(6) Jun 2005, 284.
  • Roth, B. E., Stone, W. N., & Kibel, H. D. (1990). The difficult patient in group: Group psychotherapy with borderline and narcissistic disorders. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Roth, L. H. (1986). Correctional psychiatry. Philadelphia, PA: F A Davis.
  • Rothschild, D. E. (1992). Treating the substance abuser: Psychotherapy throughout the recovery process. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Rouchy, S. (1974). The orthophonist's role and place on the psychiatric team: Perspectives Psychiatriques Vol 5(49) 1974, 343-346.
  • Roundy, L. M., & Horton, A. L. (1990). Professional and treatment issues for clinicians who intervene with incest perpetrators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Rousseau-Dujardin, J. (1989). Keep your place: Psychanalystes Vol 30 Jan 1989, 75-83.
  • Rowan, J. (1992). The myth of therapist expertise: Response. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Royster, J. E. (1979). Sufi Shaykh as psychotherapist: Psychologia: An International Journal of Psychology in the Orient Vol 22(4) Dec 1979, 225-235.
  • Rubenfeld, S. (2001). Group therapy and complexity theory: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 51(4) Oct 2001, 449-471.
  • Rubenfeld, S. (2003). Encouraging Personal Agency in Analytic Group Therapy: Group Analysis Vol 36(3) Sep 2003, 391-406.
  • Rubin, S. S. (2000). Differentiating multiple relationships from multiple dimensions of involvement: Therapeutic space at the interface of client, therapist, and society: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 37(4) Win 2000, 315-324.
  • Rubin, S. S. (2002). The multiple roles and relationships of ethical psychotherapy: Revisiting the ideal, the real, and the unethical. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Rubinstein, S. Y. (1986). On the role of pathopsychologists-practical workers: Psikologicheskii Zhurnal Vol 7(1) Jan-Feb 1986, 73-76.
  • Rudisill, J. R. (1999). Diagnosis of psychological disorders: A group therapy simulation. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Rueveni, U. (1979). The family therapist as a system interventionist: International Journal of Family Therapy Vol 1(1) Spr 1979, 63-75.
  • Ruff, R. M., Evans, R. W., & Green, R. (1987). Long-term remediation of head injured patients. Sarasota, FL, England: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.
  • Russell, P. L. (1996). Process with involvement: The interpretation of affect. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Analytic Press, Inc.
  • Rutan, J. S. (2003). Sandor Ferenczi's contributions to psychodynamic group therapy: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 53(3) Jul 2003, 375-384.
  • Ruyle, J. (1988). Group therapy with older alcoholics: How it can happen and work: Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly Vol 4(4) Win 1988, 81-95.
  • Ryder, J., & Shillito-Clarke, C. (1999). Counselling psychologists: Upstarts, competitors or colleagues? : Counselling Psychology Review Vol 14(1) Feb 1999, 12-15.
  • Sable, P. (2007). Accentuating the positive in adult attachments: Attachment & Human Development Vol 9(4) Dec 2007, 361-374.
  • Saccuzzo, D. P. (1979). The practice of psychotherapy in America: Issues and trends. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Sachs, D. (1993). Caring in the health care professions: A moral or a professional stand: Perceptions of caring of female occupational therapists: Medicine & Law Vol 12(3-5) 1993, 241-247.
  • Sachs, D., & Jarus, T. (1994). A survey of Israeli occupational therapists' definitions of the profession: Occupational Therapy International Vol 1(4) 1994, 261-277.
  • Sachse, R. (1990). Acting purposefully in client centered therapy. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Sachse, R. (1990). The influence of therapist processing proposals on the explication process of the client: Person-Centered Review Vol 5(3) Aug 1990, 321-344.
  • Sadler, J. E. (1982). Childhood asthma from the point of view of the liaison child psychiatrist: Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 5(2) Aug 1982, 333-343.
  • Safer, D. J. (1965). Conjoint play therapy for the young child and his parent: Archives of General Psychiatry 13(4) 1965, 320-326.
  • Salinger, R. J. (1985). Course of action to be taken by the consultant discovering a case of incest in his practice: Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence Vol 33(6) Jun 1985, 217-220.
  • Salmon, D. (1993). Anticipating the school consultant role: Changes in personal constructs following training: School Psychology Quarterly Vol 8(4) Win 1993, 301-317.
  • Salts, C. J. (1985). Divorce stage theory and therapy: Therapeutic implications throughout the divorcing process: Journal of Psychotherapy & the Family Vol 1(3) Fal 1985, 13-23.
  • San Miguel, S. K. (1996). Parent preferences for characteristics and roles of psychologists. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Sanbower, M. (1990). Recognition and treatment of physical factors in psychotherapy clients: Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol 5(2) 1990, 79-90.
  • Sandahl, C., & Wilberg, T. (2006). Researcher and Therapist in the Same Person--a Feasible Combination? Review of Steinar Lorentzen's Doctoral Thesis: 'Long-term Analytic Group Psychotherapy with Outpatients: Evaluation of Process and Change': Group Analysis Vol 39(3) Sep 2006, 400-410.
  • Sanders, C. (1986). The impact of the nuclear threat and the role of the family therapist: Dulwich Centre Review 1986, 49-55.
  • Sandler, J. (1987). Countertransference and role-responsiveness. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Sandler, J., & Backeland, C. E. (2004). Countertransference and complementary roles: Revista de Psicoanalisis de la Asociacion Psicoanalitica de Madrid Vol 42 2004, 37-45.
  • Sanger, D. D., Hux, K., & Griess, K. (1995). Educators' opinions about speech-language Pathology services in schools: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools Vol 26(1) Jan 1995, 75-86.
  • Saravay, S. M., & et al. (1983). The general hospital psychiatrist as "compleat" therapist: Hillside Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Vol 5(2) 1983, 183-202.
  • Saretsky, L. (1977). Sex related countertransference: Issues of a female therapist: Clinical Psychologist Vol 30(2) Win 1977, 11-12.
  • Sargent, S. S. (1982). Therapy and self-actualization in the later years via nontraditional approaches: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 19(4) Win 1982, 522-531.
  • Sauber, S. R. (1997). Introduction to managed mental health care: Provider survival. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Sausse, S. (1990). Between pain and suffering, from screaming to talking: Psychiatrie Francaise Vol 21(5) Dec 1990, 27-35.
  • Scaffa, M. E., Gerardi, S., Herzberg, G., Ann McColl, M., Brayman, S. J., Kirkland, M. M., et al. (2006). The Role of Occupational Therapy in Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 60(6) Nov-Dec 2006, 642-649.
  • Scaturo, D. J. (2002). Technical skill and the therapeutic relationship: A fundamental dilemma in cognitive-behavioral and insight-oriented therapy: Family Therapy Vol 29(1) 2002, 1-22.
  • Schacht, T. E. (1992). When a patient commits suicide: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 149(2) Feb 1992, 282.
  • Schachtel, Z. (1986). The "impossible profession" considered from a gender perspective. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Analytic Press, Inc.
  • Schachter, J., & Kachele, H. (2007). The analyst's role in healing: Psychoanalysis-plus: Psychoanalytic Psychology Vol 24(3) Jul 2007, 429-444.
  • Schafer, R. (1978). Psychological test responses manifesting the struggle against decompensation: Journal of Personality Assessment Vol 42(6) Dec 1978, 563-571.
  • Schafer, R. (1997). Conformity and individualism. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • Schaffner, B. (1994). The crucial and difficult role of the psychotherapist in the treatment of the HIV-positive patient: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 22(3) Fal 1994, 505-518.
  • Schafran, L. H. (1996). Sexual harassment cases in the courts, or therapy goes to war: Supporting a sexual harassment victim during litigation. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Schatzow, E., & Herman, J. L. (1989). Breaking secrecy: Adult survivors disclose to their families: Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 12(2) Jun 1989, 337-349.
  • Scheiby, B. B. (2005). An Intersubjective Approach to Music Therapy: Identification and Processing of Musical Countertransference in a Music Psychotherapeutic Context: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 8-17.
  • Scheidlinger, S. (2002). Selected vignettes from group practice. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Schetky, D. H. (1998). Ethics and the clinician in custody disputes: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(2) Apr 1998, 455-463.
  • Schimmel, D. M. (1989). Clients' perceptions of their therapist's role in humanistic psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Schippers, J. (2000). Gay men and sex: Clinical issues. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Schlesinger, H. J. (1976). The Selected Wisdom of Ernst Kris: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 21 (11), Nov, 1976.
  • Schneider, E. (1996). Holding and caring: A borderline patient in a new psychotherapy group: Group Analysis Vol 29(1) Mar 1996, 123-134.
  • Schneider, R. (1978). The application of interpretation in the therapy of borderline children: Dynamische Psychiatrie Vol 11(4) 1978, 312-328.
  • Schofield, W. (1988). Pragmatics of psychotherapy: A survey of theories and practices. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
  • Scholfield MacNab, S. (1995). Listening to your patients, yelling at your kids: The interface between psychotherapy and motherhood. Oxford, England: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Schrodt, G. R., Jr., Caudill, R., & Wright, J. H. (1994). Medication management and medical crisis. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Schulte, P. (2000). Holding in mind: Intersubjectivity, subject relations and the group: Group Analysis Vol 33(4) Dec 2000, 531-544.
  • Schulz, C. G. (1986). Elements of effective psychotherapeutic treatment with schizophrenic patients. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Analytic Press, Inc.
  • Schwab, J. J. (1986). The psychiatrist's roles and functions in the 1980s. Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health.
  • Schwartz, B. K. (2003). The mission of a mental health unit in corrections. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.
  • Schwartz, L. L. (1987). Surrogate motherhood: I. Responses to infertility: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 15(2) Sum 1987, 158-162.
  • Schwartz, L. L. (1998). Help! My child has joined a cult. Trieste, Italy: Edizioni Lint Trieste.
  • Schwartz, M. S., & Gemberling, A. L. (1995). Therapist presence or absence. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Schwarz, R. A. (1995). Separating fact from fiction on the "false memory" question. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Scott, W. R. (1993). Reflecting Team Supervision (RTS): Reflexivity in therapy, supervision and research: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Seaburn, D. B., Lorenz, A., Campbell, T. L., & Winfield, M. A. (1996). A mother's death: Family stories of illness, loss, and healing: Families, Systems, & Health Vol 14(2) Sum 1996, 207-221.
  • Seagull, E. A., & Seagull, A. A. (1991). Healing the wound that must not heal: Psychotherapy with survivors of domestic violence: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 28(1) Spr 1991, 16-20.
  • Searles, H. (1987). Countertransference as a path to understanding and helping the patient. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Searles, H. F. (1993). Transference and countertransference: Psychanalystes No 48 Win 1993-1994, 13-38.
  • Seeman, J. (1959). Editorial comment on normality for counselors: Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol 6(1) Spr 1959, 2.
  • Seeman, W. (1950). Clinical opinion on the role of therapist adjustment in psychotherapy: Journal of Consulting Psychology Vol 14(1) Feb 1950, 49-52.
  • Segal, L., & Kahn, J. (1986). Brief family therapy: Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research & Practice Vol 42(4) Dec 1986, 545-555.
  • Segalla, R. A. (2001). Hatred in group therapy: A rewarding challenge: Group Vol 25(1-2) Jun 2001, 121-132.
  • Seiden, H. M. (1997). The healing presence, II: What analyst says: Psychoanalytic Review Vol 84(1) Feb 1997, 16-26.
  • Seidl, O. (1997). The psychoanalyst in consultation service: Forum der Psychoanalyse: Zeitschrift fur klinische Theorie & Praxis Vol 13(4) Dec 1997, 338-352.
  • Seinfeld, J. (1993). Interpreting and holding: The paternal and maternal functions of the psychotherapist. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Selby, C. E. (2005). Psychotherapy as creative process: A grounded theory exploration. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Selby, J. W., & Calhoun, L. G. (1980). Psychodidactics: An undervalued and underdeveloped treatment tool of psychological intervention: Professional Psychology Vol 11(2) Apr 1980, 236-241.
  • Seligson, A. G. (1995). Therapeutic abuse: The dangers in the changing role of therapists: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 14(1) 1995, 65-70.
  • Sexton, T. L. (2007). The therapist as a moderator and mediator in successful therapeutic change: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 29(2) May 2007, 104-108.
  • Seymour, S. (1999). Occupational therapy and health promotion: A focus on elderly people: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 62(7) Jul 1999, 313-317.
  • Seymour, W. R. (1982). Values, ethics, legalities and the family therapist: III. Counselor/therapist values and therapeutic style: Family Therapy Collections Vol 1 1982, 41-60.
  • Shamberg, S. (2005). Occupational therapy practitioner role in the implementation of worksite accomodations: Work: Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation Vol 24(2) 2005, 185-194.
  • Shapiro, C. H. (1993). When part of the self is lost: Helping clients heal after sexual and reproductive losses. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Shapiro, D. L. (1987). Integrating the law and clinical practice: A case study in the "duty to warn." Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 5(4) Win 1987, 93-100.
  • Shapiro, E. (1990). Self psychology, intersubjectivity, and group psychotherapy: Group Vol 14(3) Fal 1990, 177-182.
  • Shapiro, E. (1999). Special groups. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Shapiro, E. S. (2000). School psychology from an instructional perspective: Solving big, not little problems: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 560-572.
  • Shapiro, M. E. (1998). Occupational therapists and physical therapists in acute and sub-acute medical settings: An ethnographic study of perceived roles and clinical reasoning. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Sharni, S., & Zemet, R. (1981). Clinical psychologists as part of the mental health services in the Ministry of Health in Israel--their tasks, contributions, and prospectives: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 18(3) 1981, 237-245.
  • Sherry, G. S., & Levine, B. A. (1980). An examination of procedural variables in flooding therapy: Behavior Therapy Vol 11(2) Mar 1980, 148-155.
  • Shipley, R. H. (1979). Implosive therapy: The technique: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 16(2) Sum 1979, 140-147.
  • Short, J. E. (1984). Changing role expectations of psychiatric occupational therapists: Occupational Therapy in Mental Health Vol 4(3) Fal 1984, 19-27.
  • Short-DeGraff, M. A., & Kologinsky, E. (1987). Respite care: Roles for therapists in support of families with handicapped children: Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics Vol 7(4) Win 1987, 3-18.
  • Shultz, P. P., & Stoeffler, V. R. (1986). Group Supervision in a Retreat Setting: The Continuing Process of Becoming a Psychotherapist: Group Analysis Vol 19(3) Sep 1986, 223-234.
  • Shute, R. H. (1997). Multidisciplinary teams and child health care: Practical and theoretical issues: Australian Psychologist Vol 32(2) Jul 1997, 106-113.
  • Shuttleworth, A. (2000). New pathways in the evolution of district child psychiatry: Psychiatrie de l'Enfant Vol 43(1) 2000, 255-283.
  • Sidel, V. W., Gersons, B. P. R., & Weerts, J. M. P. (1995). Primary prevention of traumatic stress caused by war. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Siegelman, E. Y. (1990). Metaphor and meaning in psychotherapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Siggins, L. D. (1993). Commentary on "Between Cordelia and Guido: The consultant's role in urgent situations." Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 41-48.
  • Sills, C. (2003). Role Lock: When the Whole Group Plays a Game: Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 33(4) Oct 2003, 282-287.
  • Silverman, E. (1986). The social worker's role in shock-trauma units: Social Work Vol 31(4) Jul-Aug 1986, 311-313.
  • Silverman, H. L. (1973). Value issues in marriage counseling: Psychological and philosophical implications: The Family Coordinator Vol 22(1) Jan 1973, 103-110.
  • Silverman, M. M. (1993). Commentary: Consultation in a campus context: Collaboration, cooperation, and coordination: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 49-55.
  • Silverstein, L. (1991). A case study of threatened violence in the female therapist/male patient relationship: Women & Therapy Vol 11(2) 1991, 13-24.
  • Silverstein, M. (1990). Vital connections: Integrated care for the seriously mentally ill. Lexington, MA, England: Lexington Books/D C Heath and Com.
  • Simon, L. (2004). Review of The Person of the Therapist: Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry Vol 6(2) Sum 2004, 161-163.
  • Simons, S. (1991). Couple therapy with lesbians. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Sirigatti, S. (1981). Aspects and problems of the professional activity of the psychologist working for the Sanitary Services: Bollettino di Psicologia Applicata No 159-160 Jul-Dec 1981, 179-201.
  • Siskind, D. (1996). The child therapist and the child's parents: A precarious alliance viewed from a psychoanalytic perspective. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Skjerve, J. (1988). Goals and goal selection in behavior therapy: Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening Vol 25 (Suppl 4) May 1988, 171-176.
  • Skolnick, M. R. (1992). The role of the therapist from a social systems perspective. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Slade, P. (1987). Menstrual cycle disorders: Psychological theories and the potential role of the clinical psychologist. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Slater, R. G. (1986). Psychiatric intervention in an atmosphere of terror: American Journal of Forensic Psychiatry Vol 7(1) 1986, 5-12.
  • Slattery, J. M. (2005). Preventing Role Slippage During Work in the Community: Guidelines for New Psychologists and Supervisees: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training Vol 42(3) Fal 2005, 384-394.
  • Slavson, S. R. (1986). Differential methods of group therapy in relation to age levels. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Sledge, W. H. (1982). Some general considerations of treatment integration: Journal of Psychiatric Treatment & Evaluation Vol 4(5) 1982, 455-457.
  • Sloman, L., Perry, A., & Frankenburg, F. R. (1987). Family therapy with deaf member families: American Journal of Family Therapy Vol 15(3) Fal 1987, 242-252.
  • Slovenko, R. (1985). Obstetric science and the developing role of the psychiatrist in surrogate motherhood: Journal of Psychiatry & Law Vol 13(3-4) Fal-Win 1985, 487-518.
  • Slovenko, R. (1990). The role of the (psychiatric) expert in the judicial process. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Smart, S., & Cottrell, D. (2005). Going to the doctors: The views of mothers of children with recurrent abdominal pain: Child: Care, Health and Development Vol 31(3) May 2005, 265-273.
  • Smith, E. W. L. (1996). Notes on "The Existential Psychotherapist as a Host in Couples Therapy." New York, NY, England: Haworth Press, Inc.
  • Smith, H. F. (2002). Creating the psychoanalytical process: International Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 83(1) Feb 2002, 211-227.
  • Smith, J. (2002). Brief encounters and available place to land: Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations Vol 8(4) Nov 2002, 463-482.
  • Smith, J. P. (1970). The Dual Role of Practitioner and Member of the Academic Community: Comment: Professional Psychology Vol 1(3) Spr 1970, 281.
  • Smith, P. R. (1987). Social workers and uniforms: Social Work Vol 32(5) Sep-Oct 1987, 449-450.
  • Smith, R. G., & Soper, W. B. (1978). A survey of master's-level staffing patterns and clinical roles: Professional Psychology Vol 9(1) Feb 1978, 9-15.
  • Smith, S. R. (2006). Working With Courts, Judges, and Lawyers: What Forensic Mental Health Professionals Should Know About Being Expert Witnesses. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Sollmann, U. (2006). Health sells or: The ruling state of affairs: Psychotherapie Forum Vol 14(3) 2006, 141-145.
  • Soloff, P. H. (1977). The liaison psychiatrist in cardiovascular rehabilitation: An overview: International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine Vol 8(4) 1977-1978, 393-402.
  • Soo, E. S. (1985). Applications of object relations concepts to children's group psychotherapy: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 35(1) Jan 1985, 37-47.
  • Soo, E. S. (1986). Training and supervision in child and adolescent group psychotherapy. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Soper, W. B., & Smith, R. G. (1978). Factor analysis of job functions and employers' preferred training models for master's level clinical psychologists: Psychological Reports Vol 43(2) Oct 1978, 363-370.
  • Sorocco, K. H., Kasl-Godley, J., & Zeiss, A. M. (2002). Fostering sexual intimacy in older adults: The role of the behavior therapist: the Behavior Therapist Vol 25(1) Jan 2002, 21-22.
  • Soth, N. (1986). Reparenting and deparenting as a paradigm for psychiatric residential treatment: Child Care Quarterly Vol 15(2) Sum 1986, 110-120.
  • Souza de Carvalho, E. R. (1986). The role of psychotherapy in the process of reconciliation: Journal of Psychology and Christianity Vol 5(3) Fal 1986, 28-31.
  • Spanos, N. P. (1996). Multiple identities & false memories: A sociocognitive perspective. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Spanos, N. P., & Burgess, C. (1994). Hypnosis and multiple personality disorder: A sociocognitive perspective. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Sperry, L. (1997). Maximizing psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological outcomes: The psychiatrist's role in managed care. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Spezzano, C. (1995). "Classical" versus "contemporary" theory: The differences that matter clinically: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 31(1) Jan 1995, 20-46.
  • Spiegel, R. (1972). Management of crises in psychotherapy. Oxford, England: Charles C Thomas.
  • Spiegel, R. (1977). Development of Sullivan's theory of participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 372-376.
  • Spinelli, E. (1997). Tales of un-knowing: Eight stories of existential therapy. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Spira, J. L., & Reed, G. M. (2003). Therapeutic approach. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Spira, J. L., & Reed, G. M. (2003). Typical problems in group facilitation. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Sprei, J. E. (1987). Group treatment of adult women incest survivors. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Stadler, A.-E. (1985). The encounter of the therapist with his pediatric patients in analytic play therapy: Zeitschrift fur Individualpsychologie Vol 10(3) 1985, 184-193.
  • Stanley, N., & Manthorpe, J. (2001). Reading mental health inquiries: Messages for social work: Journal of Social Work Vol 1(1) Apr 2001, 77-99.
  • Staudt, M. M., Scheuler-Whitaker, L., & Hinterlong, J. (2001). The role of family preservation therapists in facilitating use of aftercare services: Child Abuse & Neglect Vol 25(6) Jun 2001, 803-817.
  • Steele, A. L. (1977). Directive teaching and the music therapist as consultant: Journal of Music Therapy Vol 14(1) Spr 1977, 17-26.
  • Steele, P. D. (1988). Employee assistance programs in context: An application of the constructive broker role: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Vol 24(4) 1988, 365-382.
  • Stein, C. (1986). Memories or reminiscences: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 50(3) May-Jun 1986, 1009-1012.
  • Steinberg, J. L. (1980). Towards an interdisciplinary commitment: A divorce lawyer proposes attorney-therapist marriages or, at the least, an affair: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 6(3) Jul 1980, 259-268.
  • Steiner, H., & Cauffman, E. (1998). Juvenile justice, delinquency, and psychiatry: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America Vol 7(3) Jul 1998, 653-672.
  • Steiner, J. (1986). Psychoanalysis beyond the consulting room: The present and future of comprehensive assistance: Revista Catalana de Psicoanalisi Vol 3(2) Fal 1986, 257-260.
  • Steiner, L. R. (1974). Response to Rogers' "Challenges." American Psychologist Vol 29(2) Feb 1974, 148.
  • Steketee, G., & Tynes, L. L. (1991). Behavioral treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Stephenson, E., McKay, C., & Chesson, R. (1991). The identification and treatment of motor/learning difficulties: Parents' perceptions and the role of the therapist: Child: Care, Health and Development Vol 17(2) Mar-Apr 1991, 91-113.
  • Sterling, D. L. (1992). Practicing rural psychotherapy: Complexity of role and boundary: Psychotherapy in Private Practice Vol 10(3) 1992, 105-127.
  • Sterling, M. M. (1992). The experience of role-playing during psychotherapeutic training: A phenomenological analysis with practicing therapists: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Stern, M., & Newland, L. M. (1994). Working with children: Providing a framework for the roles of counseling psychologists: Counseling Psychologist Vol 22(3) Jul 1994, 402-425.
  • Stern, P. (1995). The suicidal adolescent: Experiences of a general practitioner. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Sternlicht, M., & Roth, M. R. (1982). The psychologist & deinstitutionalization: From theory to practice: Journal of Urban Psychiatry Vol 2(1) 1982, 16-19.
  • Sternudd, G. (1982). The significance of therapist experiences in the treatment of psychoses and borderline cases: I: Psykisk Halsa Vol 23(2) 1982, 83-95.
  • Sternudd, G. (1982). The significance of therapist experiences in the treatment of psychoses and borderline cases: II: Psykisk Halsa Vol 23(3) 1982, 152-162.
  • Stewart, E. A. (1996). Influence of a pretherapy training videotape: Effects on expectations, perceptions, and crisis intervention with adolescents in an emergency care facility. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Stockton, R., Morran, D. K., & Velkoff, P. (1987). Leadership of therapeutic small groups: Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry Vol 39(4) Win 1987, 157-165.
  • Stone, N. (1985). Occupational therapy involvement in assessment and primary individual work with alcohol dependent patients: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 48(9) Sep 1985, 263-265.
  • Stone, W. N. (1991). Treatment of the chronically mentally ill: An opportunity for the group therapist: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 41(1) Jan 1991, 11-22.
  • Street, E. (1991). Couple therapy in the family context. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
  • Strenger, C. (2004). Mentoring the Patient's Self-Creation: Thoughts on the Nature of the Therapeutic Relationship: Journal of Humanistic Psychology Vol 44(3) Sum 2004, 377-405.
  • Strome, S. S., & Loutsch, E. M. (1996). A structured, educative form of adolescent psychotherapy. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Strupp, H. H. (1973). The duality of the therapist's contribution. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Strupp, H. H. (1973). Objectivity versus subjectivity. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Stuart, M. R., & Mackey, K. J. (1977). Defining the differences between crisis intervention and short-term therapy: Hospital & Community Psychiatry Vol 28(7) Jul 1977, 527-529.
  • Sudres, J.-L., & Dreher, B. (1987). Parenthetical observations on the institutional roles of psychomotor and kinesthetic development therapists: Psychologie Medicale Vol 19(1) Jan 1987, 99-102.
  • Sugarman, A. (2003). Dimensions of the child analyst's role as a developmental object: Affect regulation and limit setting: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Vol 58 2003, 189-213.
  • Sullivan, A., & Cleave, P. L. (2003). Knowledge of the Roles of Speech-Language Pathologists by Students in Other Health Care Programs: Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Vol 27(2) Sum 2003, 98-107.
  • Sulman, J. (1986). The worker's role in collectivity: Social Work with Groups Vol 9(4) Win 1986, 59-67.
  • Sweezy, M. (2005). Not Confidential: Therapist Considerations in Self-Disclosure: Smith College Studies in Social Work Vol 75(1) 2005, 81-91.
  • Szalita, A. B., & Peniazek, J. (1977). Participant observation: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 13(3) Jul 1977, 377-380.
  • Szasz, T., & Clum, G. A. (1992). Should psychotherapists allow suicide? Guilford, CT, England: Dushkin Publishing Group.
  • Szasz, T. A., Holmes, C. B., Mather, D. B., & Clum, G. A. (1993). Working with special populations I: Suicide. Madison, WI, England: Brown & Benchmark/Wm C Brown Publ.
  • Szinetar, E., & Molnar, E. C. (1987). Patients' expectations during group psychotherapy. Budapest, Hungary: Akademiai Kiado.
  • Tangerud, H. (1987). New societies: New class differences? : Skolepsykologi Vol 24(3) 1987, 208-220.
  • Tarnowski, K. J., McGrath, M. L., Calhoun, M. B., & Drabman, R. S. (1987). Pediatric burn injury: Self- versus therapist-mediated debridement: Journal of Pediatric Psychology Vol 12(4) Dec 1987, 567-579.
  • Tarockova, T. (1994). Problems of actualizing tendency and specific motives of human behavior: Ceska a Slovenska Psychiatrie Vol 90(2) Apr 1994, 106-111.
  • Tatham, M. G., & McCree, S. (1992). Leisure facilitator: The role of the occupational therapist in senior housing: Journal of Housing for the Elderly Vol 10(1-2) 1992, 125-138.
  • Tauvon, L. (2001). A comparison of psychoanalytic and psychodramatic theory from a psychodramatist's perspective: Counselling Psychology Quarterly Vol 14(4) Dec 2001, 331-355.
  • Taylor, A., & Rubin, R. (1999). How do occupational therapists define their role in a community mental health setting? : British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 62(2) Feb 1999, 59-63.
  • Taylor, L., Poland, F., & Stephenson, R. (2002). Are Occupational Therapists losing Sight of Hemianopia? : British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 65(11) Nov 2002, 495-501.
  • Taylor, M. (1984). The role of the occupational therapist in the Psychogeriatric Unit at New Cross Hospital: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 47(9) Sep 1984, 287-289.
  • Taylor, P. J. (1989). The patient and the community: Priorities for protection: Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine Vol 6(2) Sep 1989, 128-134.
  • Teders, S. J., & et al. (1984). Relaxation training for tension headache: Comparative efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a minimal therapist contact versus a therapist-delivered procedure: Behavior Therapy Vol 15(1) Jan 1984, 59-70.
  • Terman, D. M. (1984). Dynamics of change: The analyst's function in the psychoanalytic process: Emotions & Behavior Monographs Mono 3 1984, 177-201.
  • Testemale, G., & Chapelier, J.-B. (1983). Therapeutic groups and health care institutions: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 37(1-5) Nov-Dec 1983-1984, 195-204.
  • Thalheimer, L. B. (1991). Occupational therapy in the Department of Veterans Affairs: Focus on health care of the elderly veteran: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 45(7) Jul 1991, 613-620.
  • Thau, S. N. (2004). Dialogue of unconsciouses: Conversations we have without our knowledge: International Forum of Psychoanalysis Vol 13(1-2) May 2004, 114-120.
  • Thomas, J. J. (1996). Comparison of patient education methods: Effects on knowledge of cardiac rehabilitation principles: Occupational Therapy Journal of Research Vol 16(3) Sum 1996, 166-178.
  • Thompson, S. (2007). Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy With Kids and Teens-Updated: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 52 (33), 2007.
  • Thompson, S. B. N. (1999). Working with older adults in a cognitive rehabilitation setting: The role of the clinical neuropsychologist: Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation Vol 17(4) Jul-Aug 1999, 12-14.
  • Thorne, B. (1997). Spiritual responsibility in a secular profession. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Tipton, R. M. (1985). Metareflections on the roles and functions of counseling psychologists: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 16(1) Feb 1985, 8-10.
  • Tobin, D. J. (1985). Relaxation training: Guidelines for the biofeedback clinician: Clinical Biofeedback & Health: An International Journal Vol 8(1) Spr-Sum 1985, 45-51.
  • Tolin, D. F., & Hannan, S. (2005). Reply to Carmin et al.: What's in a Name? The Distinction Between Self-Directed and Self-Conducted Treatment. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • Tolin, D. F., & Hannan, S. (2005). The Role of the Therapist in Behavior Therapy for OCD. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • Tolor, A., & Kissinger, R. D. (1965). The role of the therapist's interventions in a simulated therapy situation: Journal of Clinical Psychology 21(4) 1965, 442-445.
  • Topham, G. L. (2003). Review of Innovations in Play Therapy: Issues, Process, and Special Populations: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 29(3) Jul 2003, 430-431.
  • Tophoff, M. (1976). Psychotherapy and the paradox of expertise: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 13(4) Win 1976, 316-320.
  • Toronto, E. L. K. (1999). The application of therapists' maternal capacity in prerepresentational body-based transference and countertransference: Psychoanalytic Social Work Vol 6(2) 1999, 37-59.
  • Toseland, R. W., Palmer-Ganeles, J., & Chapman, D. (1986). Teamwork in psychiatric settings: Social Work Vol 31(1) Jan-Feb 1986, 46-52.
  • Tovian, S. M. (1996). Health psychology and the field of urology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Tracey, T. J., Heck, E. J., & Lichtenberg, J. W. (1981). Role expectations and symmetrical/complementary therapeutic relationships: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 18(3) Fal 1981, 338-344.
  • Treacher, A. (1989). Whose responsibility--a reply to Bryan Lask: Journal of Family Therapy Vol 11(4) Nov 1989, 383-387.
  • Trenkel, A. (1976). Relationship modes in the physician's practice: Effects and therapeutic aspects: Praxis der Psychotherapie Vol 21(6) Dec 1976, 267-274.
  • Trepper, T. S., & Dankoski, M. E. (2000). Physical and sexual abuse. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  • Trimborn, W. (1987). The analyst, the setting, and the public: The "father" in Prince Frederick of Homburg by H. von Kleist: Jahrbuch der Psychoanalyse Vol 21 1987, 85-131.
  • Trimborn, W. (1994). Analyst and "frame" as guarantors of the therapeutic process: Psychotherapeut Vol 39(2) Mar 1994, 94-103.
  • Trimborn, W. (1999). The analytic process and the capacity for destruction: Zeitschrift fur Psychoanalytische Theorie und Praxis Vol 14(1) 1999, 17-30.
  • Trowbrdge, B. (2003). Psychologists' roles in evaluating child witnesses: American Journal of Forensic Psychology Vol 21(3) 2003, 27-70.
  • Tse, T. (2003). "Challenging the role of occupational therapists in clinical practice: An environmental perspective": Comment: Australian Occupational Therapy Journal Vol 50(1) Mar 2003, 50.
  • Tsipra, I., Voutsina, P., Charitaki, E., Tomaras, V., & et al. (1986). The role of the occupational therapist in a community mental health centre in Greece: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 49(12) Dec 1986, 389-391.
  • Tsushima, W. T., Foote, R., Merrill, T. S., & Lehrke, S. A. (1996). How independent are independent psychological examinations? A workers' compensation dilemma: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Vol 27(6) Dec 1996, 626-628.
  • Tuma, J. M., & Schwartz, S. (1978). Emerging roles of the psychologist and the primary health care provider: Journal of Clinical Child Psychology Vol 7(1) Spr 1978, 2-4.
  • Turry, A., & Marcus, D. (2005). Teamwork: Therapist and Cotherapist in the Nordoff-Robbins Approach to Music Therapy: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 53-69.
  • Tuttman, S. (1992). The role of the therapist from an object relations perspective. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
  • Tyson, P. (1996). Termination of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Ullman, M. A. (1986). Termination: The final developmental task: Clinical Gerontologist Vol 4(4) Apr 1986, 50-53.
  • Urlic, I. (1999). The therapist's role in the group treatment of psychotic patients and outpatients: A Foulkesian perspective. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Utz, P. W. (1978). The effect of therapist presence on a desensitization program for test anxiety: Journal of Human Stress Vol 4(4) Dec 1978, 40-46.
  • Uzoka, A. F. (1983). Active versus passive therapist role in didactic psychotherapy with Nigerian clients: Social Psychiatry Vol 18(1) Jan 1983, 1-6.
  • Vaccaro, J. V., & Young, A. S. (1996). Contemporary treatment of individuals with chronic mental illness. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Van Bilsen, H. P. (1985). Loopholes for the therapist: Addiction problems: Tijdschrift voor Psychotherapie Vol 11(3) May 1985, 192-195.
  • Van Bree, G. L. (1995). Treating the alcoholic couple. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Vaneck, L. (1985). Day hospital for young psychotic children: An irreplaceable multiple-reel game: L'Information Psychiatrique Vol 61(6) Jul 1985, 781-787.
  • Vargo, J. W., & McFarlane, L.-A. H. (1994). Why didn't I say that? Techniques for counseling clients and their families: Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Vol 18(3) Sep 1994, 157-162.
  • Varvin, S., & Hauff, E. (1998). Psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy with torture survivors. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Vas Dias, S. (1983). Some thoughts on the creation of the child psychotherapist's role in a major teaching hospital: Journal of Child Psychotherapy Vol 9(2) 1983, 133-142.
  • Vasquez, H., & Magraw, S. (2005). Building Relationships across Privilege: Becoming an Ally in the Therapeutic Relationship. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Vasquez, M. J. T., Han, A. L., & De Las Fuentes, C. (2006). Adaptation of Immigrant Girls and Women. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Vergare, M. J. (1987). Premenstrual syndrome: Implications for psychiatric practice. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Verge, C. (1992). Foundations for a spiritually based psychotherapy. New York, NY, England: Haworth Pastoral Press/Haworth Pres.
  • Verhaeghe, P. (1983). Hysteria in the male (therapist)-female (patient) field of tension: Tijdschrift voor Psychotherapie Vol 9(1) Jan 1983, 30-38.
  • Vettiner de Carvalho, P. (1986). The role of the psychologist in swimming: Arquivos Brasileiros de Psicologia Vol 38(4) Oct-Dec 1986, 89-94.
  • Vidojkovic, S., & Dukic, T. (1979). Therapist and observer in group psychotherapy: Psihijatrija Danas Vol 11(1) 1979, 31-37.
  • Viinisalo, P. (1988). Care and confidence: The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 48(4) Win 1988, 305-319.
  • Viljoen, J. L., Roesch, R., Ogloff, J. R. P., & Zapf, P. A. (2003). The Role of Canadian Psychologists in Conducting Fitness and Criminal Responsibility Evaluations: Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne Vol 44(4) Nov 2003, 369-381.
  • Villier, J. (1983). The French Circle of Studies for Education and Action Research in Psychology (C.E.F.F.R.A.P.) and training of psychodramatists: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 37(1-5) Nov-Dec 1983-1984, 169-173.
  • Vinar, M. N. (1985). Being a psychoanalyst today: Some references for thinking about our work: Revista Uruguaya de Psicoanalisis No 63 1985, 9-22.
  • Vinar, M. N. (1988). Terror, politics, a psychoanalyst's place: Patio No 11 1988, 43-51.
  • Vinogradov, S., & Yalom, I. D. (1990). Self-disclosure in group psychotherapy. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Vinogradov, S., & Yalom, I. D. (1994). Group therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Vinogradov, S., & Yalom, I. D. (1996). Group therapy. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Violato, C., Rattan, G., Gornall, M., & Perks, B. (1981). The role of Canadian school psychologists: Perceptions of a sample from the general public: Journal of School Psychology Vol 19(3) Fal 1981, 222-225.
  • Vola, P.-E. (1989). The therapeutic relationship in connection with the psychotic transaction: Psychologie Medicale Vol 21(5) Apr 1989, 633-634.
  • von Salis, T. (1997). Supervision as a moment of the convergence of psychoanalysis, training and institutional research: Schweizer Archiv fur Neurologie und Psychiatrie Vol 148(3) 1997, 109-111.
  • Vos, H. (1984). The role of the psychotherapist in the reentry program: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 16(1) Jan-Mar 1984, 91-93.
  • Wachtel, A. B., Stein, A., & Baldinger, M. (1979). Dynamic implications of videotape recording and playback in analytic group psychotherapy: Paradoxical effect on transference resistance: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 29(1) Jan 1979, 67-85.
  • Wade, T. C., Baker, T. B., & Hartmann, D. P. (1979). Behavior therapists' self-reported views and practices: the Behavior Therapist Vol 2(1) Jan-Feb 1979, 3-6.
  • Waggoner, R. W., & Waggoner, Jr. (1983). Psychiatry's image, issues, and responsibility: Psychiatric Hospital Vol 14(1) Win 1983, 34-38.
  • Wagner, M. W. (2002). Group work is all wet: Don't read article until an hour after eating: Social Work with Groups Vol 25(1) 2002, 167-173.
  • Walen, S. R., & Bass, B. A. (1986). Rational divorce counseling: Journal of Rational-Emotive Therapy Vol 4(1) Spr-Sum 1986, 95-109.
  • Walker, C. E., & Matthews, J. R. (1997). Introduction: First steps in professional psychology. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
  • Wallace, J. (1977). Between Scylla and Charybdis: Issues in alcoholism therapy: Alcohol Health & Research World Vol 1(4) Sum 1977, 15-22.
  • Wallin, D. J. (2007). Attachment in Psychotherapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Warren, L. (1986). Helping the developmentally disabled adult: American Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 40(4) Apr 1986, 227-229.
  • Watsky, P. (1980). The professionalization of the clinical psychologist: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Webb, N. B. (1991). Play therapy crisis intervention with children. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Webb, N. B. (1999). Play therapy crisis intervention with children. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Webb, R. E., Widseth, J. C., & Ramirez, D. E. (1993). Between Cordelia and Guido: The consultant's role in urgent situations: Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 3-22.
  • Webb, R. E., Widseth, J. C., & Ramirez, D. E. (1993). Comments on commentaries on "Between Cordelia and Guido: The consultant's role in urgent situations." Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(3) 1993, 57-60.
  • Webster, J. (1991). The use of the movement metaphor in movement therapy. Lisse, Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers.
  • Webster, M. (1998). Blue suede shoes: The therapist's presence: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy Vol 19(4) Dec 1998, 184-189.
  • Weddington, W. W., & Cavenar, J. O. (1979). Termination initiated by the therapist: A countertransference storm: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 136(10) Oct 1979, 1302-1305.
  • Weegmann, M. (2004). Work discussion groups for professionals. Philadelphia, PA: Whurr Publishers.
  • Weil-Halpern, F., & Rapoport, D. (1978). The psychologist's role in a hospital unit for terminally ill children: Bulletin de Psychologie Vol 32(3-7) 1978-1979, 155-158.
  • Weiner, M. F. (1994). "Failures in group psychotherapy: The therapist variable": Comment: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 44(1) Jan 1994, 21-24.
  • Weiner, M. F. (2002). Reexamining therapist self-disclosure: Psychiatric Services Vol 53(6) Jun 2002, 769.
  • Weiner, M. F., Hom, J., Tintner, R., & Svetlik, D. (1989). Psychiatrists and the management of patients with Alzheimer's disease: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 146(6) Jun 1989, 808-809.
  • Weinstein, M. M. (2004). Terrorism: The Ongoing Phenomenon: Annals of the American Psychotherapy Assn Vol 7(1) Spr 2004, 42.
  • Weinstock, R. (2001). Commentary on "Principles and narrative in forensic psychiatry: Toward a robust view of professional role": A broadened conception of forensic psychiatry ethics: Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Vol 29(2) 2001, 180-185.
  • Weisberg, I. (1991). Breaking the frame in working with a dying patient: Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Bulletin Vol 6(3) Sum 1991, 33-34.
  • Weiss, A. G. (1987). The patient's experience of privacy in psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Weiss, L., Katzman, M., & Wolchik, S. (1985). Treating bulimia: A psychoeducational approach. Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press.
  • Weissman, H. H., Epstein, I. E., & Savage, A. (1987). Expanding the role repertoire of clinicians: Social Casework Vol 68(3) Mar 1987, 150-155.
  • Welch, I. D. (1998). The path of psychotherapy: Matters of the heart. Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.
  • Welter, P. R. (1996). Serving the summons to a troubled world: International Forum for Logotherapy Vol 19(2) Fal 1996, 104-112.
  • Welton, E., Vakil, S., & Schwartz, R. C. (2004). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: The Role of the Psychotherapist: Annals of the American Psychotherapy Assn Vol 7(2) Sum 2004, 31-34.
  • Westby, C. E. (1990). The role of the speech-language pathologist in whole language: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools Vol 21(4) Oct 1990, 228-237.
  • Westland, G. (1985). Dipping into community mental health: An aspect of the occupational therapist's role: British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol 48(9) Sep 1985, 260-262.
  • Westman, A. (1996). Cotherapy and re-parenting' in a group for disturbed children: Group Analysis Vol 29(1) Mar 1996, 55-68.
  • Wetzel, N. A., & Winawer, H. (1986). The psychosocial consequences of the nuclear threat from a family systems perspective: International Journal of Mental Health Vol 15(1-3) Spr-Fal 1986, 298-313.
  • Wheelis, A. (1973). How people change. Oxford, England: Harper & Row.
  • Whitaker, C. A. (1972). Multiple therapy and its variations. Oxford, England: Charles C Thomas.
  • Whitaker, L. C. (1992). Prescription psychotropic drugs and psychotherapy: Adjunctive or disjunctive? : Journal of College Student Psychotherapy Vol 7(2) 1992, 79-92.
  • White, G. D., & Lindquist, C. U. (1982). Survey of mental health agencies in curriculum development of a master's-level psychology training program: Teaching of Psychology Vol 9(4) Dec 1982, 212-215.
  • White, S. (1993). Assessing child sexual abuse allegations in custody disputes. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Whiteley, J. S. (1998). Community as playground: Some thoughts on the function of play in the therapeutic community: Therapeutic Communities: International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations Vol 19(4) Win 1998, 269-280.
  • Widiger, T. A. (1981). The attribution of responsibility for the effects of psychotherapy: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Wile, D. B. (1976). Personality styles and therapy styles: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 13(4) Win 1976, 303-307.
  • Wilgowicz, P. (1990). When the narrator is in search of authors: Revue Francaise de Psychanalyse Vol 54(4) Jul-Aug 1990, 1015-1019.
  • Wilkins, W. (1973). Client's expectancy of therapeutic gain: Evidence for the active role of the therapist: Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes Vol 36(2) May 1973, 184-190.
  • Willbach, D. (1989). Ethics and family therapy: The case management of family violence: Journal of Marital & Family Therapy Vol 15(1) Jan 1989, 43-52.
  • Williams, F. S. (1986). The psychoanalyst as both parent and interpreter for adolescent patients. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
  • Williams, M. (1966). Limitations, fantasies, and security operations of beginning group psychotherapists: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 16(2) 1966, 150-162.
  • Williams, S. (1999). The therapist as outsider: The truth of the stranger: British Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 16(1) Fal 1999, 3-15.
  • Williams, S., & Halgin, R. P. (1995). Issues in psychotherapy supervision between the White supervisor and the Black supervisee: Clinical Supervisor Vol 13(1) 1995, 39-61.
  • Willner, A. (2004). The Fragmented Core of Multi-Impulsive Bulimia: An Extended Assessment: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Vol 18(4) Dec 2004, 404-417.
  • Wilson, P. (1986). Psychoanalytic therapy and the young adolescent: Maladjustment & Therapeutic Education Vol 4(2) Sum 1986, 19-32.
  • Witkowski, P., Kahn, J. P., & Laxenaire, M. (1988). Social changes and family psychopathology: Annales Medico-Psychologiques Vol 146(10) Oct 1988, 954-957.
  • Wittkin-Sasso, G. (1991). A female analyst's use of desire: Contemporary Psychoanalysis Vol 27(4) Oct 1991, 687-695.
  • Wittmann, J. J. (1985). Child advocacy and the scientific model in family court: A theory for pretrial self-assessment: Journal of Psychiatry & Law Vol 13(1-2) Spr-Sum 1985, 61-82.
  • Wodrich, D. L., Swerdlik, M. E., Chenneville, T., & Landau, S. (1999). HIV/AIDS among children and adolescents: Implications for the changing role of school psychologists: School Psychology Review Vol 28(2) 1999, 228-241.
  • Wolf, A., & Kutash, I. L. (1990). Psychoanalysis in groups. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Wolfe, J. L. (1987). Cognitive-behavioral group therapy for women. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.
  • Wolfendale, S., & Robinson, M. (2004). The developing role and influence of the educational psychologist working within early years: Educational and Child Psychology Vol 21(2) 2004, 16-25.
  • Wolff, S. (1997). "Who needs child psychiatrists?": Commentary: Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review Vol 2(3) 1997, 125-126.
  • Wolstein, B. (1996). The analysis of transference as an interpersonal process: American Journal of Psychotherapy Vol 50(4) Fal 1996, 499-511.
  • Woods, K. (2002). OKness as it pertains to the manic defense: Transactional Analysis Journal Vol 32(2) Apr 2002, 124-127.
  • Woodside, D. B., & Shekter-Wolfson, L. (1991). Family approaches in treatment of eating disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Woodward, G. (2004). Acting for Change: The evolution of a psychodrama group. Philadelphia, PA: Whurr Publishers.
  • Wright, F. (2000). The use of the self in group leadership: A relational perspective: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol 50(2) Apr 2000, 181-198.
  • Wright, L. (1993). The pediatric psychologist: A role model. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Wynkoop, R. H. (1978). Empathy and the attributions of psychotherapists and psychotherapy supervisors: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Wynne, L. C., McDaniel, S. H., & Weber, T. T. (1987). Professional politics and the concepts of family therapy, family consultation, and systems consultation: Family Process Vol 26(2) Jun 1987, 153-166.
  • Yapko, M. D. (1994). Memories of the future: Regression and suggestions of abuse. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel.
  • Yates, A. J. (1981). Behavior therapy: Past, present, future--imperfect? : Clinical Psychology Review Vol 1(3) 1981, 269-291.
  • Yehuda, N. a. (2005). The Language of Dissociation: Journal of Trauma & Dissociation Vol 6(1) 2005, 9-29.
  • Yontef, G. M. (1977). Gestalt therapy: Clinical phenomenology: Psihijatrija Danas Vol 9(4) 1977, 401-417.
  • Yontef, G. M. (1995). Gestalt therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Youngren, V. R., Alonso, A., & Nahum, J. P. (2000). When goodbye precedes hello: A "premature" termination: Harvard Review of Psychiatry Vol 8(1) May-Jun 2000, 25-35.
  • Ysseldyke, J. (2000). Commentary: Deja vu all over again: What will it take to solve big instructional problems: School Psychology Review Vol 29(4) 2000, 575-576.
  • Yulis, S., & et al. (1974). Systematic desensitization in phobic patients: An evaluation: Acta Psiquiatrica y Psicologica de America Latina Vol 20(1) Feb 1974, 46-50.
  • Yurtaykin, V. V., & Yefimenkova, L. N. (1984). Special features of the tutor's work in groups of preschool students with general speech underdevelopment: Defektologiya No 2 Mar 1984, 84-90.
  • Zabin, A. H. (2005). Lessons Learned from the Dying: Stories from a Music Therapist: Music Therapy Perspectives Vol 23(1) 2005, 70-75.
  • Zabriskie, B. (2000). The psyche as a process: Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 10(3) May-Jun 2000, 389-402.
  • Zarit, S. H., Dolan, M. M., & Leitsch, S. A. (1998). Interventions in nursing homes and other alternative living settings. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Zeigarnik, B. V., & Nikolayeva, V. V. (1984). Psychopathology made its choice a long time ago: Psikologicheskii Zhurnal Vol 5(2) Mar-Apr 1984, 122-123.
  • Ziegler Kratz, N. A. (1989). First impressions of therapists: The effect of therapist gender, gaze, smiling and subject gender: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Zigun, J. R. (1991). Technical considerations regarding requests for disability documentation in the context of psychotherapy: Psychiatric Annals Vol 21(2) Feb 1991, 112, 115-118.
  • Zitter, S. (1996). Report from the front lines: Balancing multiple roles of a deafness therapist. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Zuk, G. H. (1978). Values and family therapy: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice Vol 15(1) Spr 1978, 48-55.
  • Zweben, J. E. (1987). Recovery-oriented psychotherapy: Facilitating the use of 12-Step programs: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 19(3) Jul-Sep 1987, 243-251.
  • Zweben, J. E. (1995). The therapist's role in early and ongoing recovery. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki