NSGP COMPILED WEBSITE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Anne Alonso
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Object relations theory and its impact on psychodynamic group therapy. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1984:141(11):1376 1380.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS, The experience of shame and the restoration of self-respect in group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 1988: 38(1): 3-14.
  • Alonso, A, Rutan, JS. Activity/Non-activity and the group therapist: "Don't just do something, sit there!" Group 1996; 20(1):43-55.
  • Alonso, A. (1989), Psychodynamic Theory, in A. Lazare (Ed.), Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment (2nd Edition), Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 37-58.
  • Alonso, A. (1993), The Quiet Profession: Supervisors of Psychotherapy, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.
  • Alonso, A. & Swiller, H.I. (Eds.) (1993), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
Larry Bader
  • Bader, L.J., (1993). How to Run a Group Psychotherapy Workshop, in A. Alonso & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 547-561.
  • J.Tyler Carpenter
  • Carpenter, J.T. (1977). Meditation, esoteric traditions - Contributions to psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 31, 394-404.
  • Carpenter, J.T. (2003). Men with attitude: Essentials and paradoxes in the group therapy of violent and aggressive men. In B. Schwartz (Ed.). Correctional psychology: Practice, programming, and administration. Kingston, NJ : Civic Research Institute, Inc.
  • Carpenter, J.T. (2003). Therapeutic community: Or, Wherever you go there you (might be). The Joint Newsletter of the Association of Therapeutic Communities, the Charterhouse Group of Therapeutic Communities, and the Planned Environment Therapy Trust, 7(March), 3-4.
  • Carpenter, J.T. (2004). Back to the future: F. Alexander (1963) reconsidered. The Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 14(4), 360-370.
  • Carpenter, J.T. (2007, November/December). Sex in the stone city - Behind prison walls. The National Psychologist, 16(6), 11.
  • Arnold Cohen
  • Rutan J.S., Cohen A., (1989), Chapter 46: Group psychotherapy, in: A. Lazare, (Ed.), Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment. (2nd Ed.) Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 645-654.
  • Cohen, A. (1993). Establishing Groups in an Individual Office Practice, in Alonso & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 357-367.
  • Cohen, A., & Shapiro, Elizabeth L. (2005), All About Adam, in L. Motherwell & J.J. Shay (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy, New York: Brunner-Routledge, 57-61.
  • Eleanor F. Counselman
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R.L., Leadership and mental health consultation groups: A model for group therapists, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1994, 44, 349- 360.
  • Counselman, E. (1997), Tears, self-disclosure, and the dying client, Psychotherapy, 34(3), 233- 237.
  • Counselman, E. & Gans, J. S. (1999), The missed session in group psychotherapy, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49, 3-17.
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R. L. (2002), Changing the guard: Transferring leadership of an established therapy group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52(3), 373- 386.
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R. L. (2004), Organizing and maintaining peer supervision groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 125-143.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2005). Containing and using powerful therapist reactions, In Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy, Motherwell, L., and Shay, J.J. New York: Brunner- Routledge, 155-165.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2006). Combining individual and couple therapy: Is it always a bad idea?” Group, 30, 3-17.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2008), My office: A room of my own, Voices, Spring 53-55.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2008), Why study group therapy? International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 265-272.
  • Counselman, EF. (2010), In consultation: group therapy, Psychotherapy Networker, November/December.
  • Counselman, E.F. & Abernethy, A. D. (2011), Powerful supervisory reactions: A neglected aspect of supervision. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 61(2), 197-216.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2012), Commentary on starting your first group. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, July, in press.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2013), Organizing and maintaining peer supervision groups, Psychotherapy Networker, May/June.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2014), Containing and using powerful therapist reactions, In Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy (2nd Ed.), Motherwell, L., and Shay, J.J. New York: Brunner-Routledge, in press.
  • Counselman, E.F. (2014) Group therapy. Introduction to Psychiatry: Preclinical Foundations and Clinical Essentials. Alpert, J., and Schlozman, S. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (In press.)
  • Gans, J.S. & Counselman, E.F. (2000), Silence in group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50, 71-86.
  • Gans, J.S. & Counselman, E.F (2010), Patient selection for psychodynamic group psychotherapy: Practical and dynamic considerations, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(2), 197-220.
  • Patricia Doherty & Pamela L. Enders
  • Doherty, P. & Enders, P.L. (1993), Women in Group Psychotherapy, in A. Alonso & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 371-391.
  • Joel C. Frost
  • Frost, J.C. (1993), Group Psychotherapy with HIV-Positive and AIDS Patients, in A. Alonso & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 255-270.
  • Frost, J. (1990). A developmentally keyed scheme for the placement of gay men into psychotherapy groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 39(2), 155 168.
  • Jerome S. Gans
  • Counselman, E.F. & Gans, J.S. (1999). The missed session in psychodynamic group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49, 3-17.
  • Gans, J.S & Counselman, E.F. (2000). Silence in group psychotherapy: A powerful communication. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50, 71-86
  • Gans, J.S. (2008). The practice guidelines: An impressive overview of the state of our art. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 557-567.
  • Gans, J.S. & Altfeld (2011) Flagrant foul: Why are athletic experiences so seldom mentioned in psychodynamic group psychotherapy? Voices, 47. 60-68.
  • Gans, J.S. & Counselman, E. F. (2010). Patient selection for psychodynamic group psychotherapy: Practical and dynamic considerations. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60, 197-210.
  • Gans, J.S. & Weber, R.L. (2000). The detection of shame in group psychotherapy: Uncovering the hidden emotion. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50, 381-396.
  • Gans, J.S. (2005). A plea for greater recognition and appreciation of our group members' courage. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 55, 575-593.
  • Gans, J.S. (1994). The leader's use of indirect communication in groups therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1996, 46, 209-228.
  • Gans, J.S. (2011). Unwitting self-disclosures in psychodynamic psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61, 217-235.
  • Gans, J.S. Difficult topics in group psychotherapy: My journey from shame to courage. London: Karnac Books, 2010.
  • Shapiro, L & Gans, J.S. (2008). The courage of the group leader. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 345-361.
  • Karin Hodges
  • Hodges, K., Greene, L., Fauth, J., Mangione, L. (2012) Brief Report: Processes and Outcomes in Prevention-Focused Time-limited Groups for Girls. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62 (3), pp. 459-469.
  • Hodges, K & Dybdal, D. (2012) Welcome to AGPA: Two Group Therapists Reflect Upon Their First AGPA Annual Conference, Group, Vol 36.1, pp. 65-84.
  • Steven Krugman
  • Osherson, S. & Krugman, S. (1993), Men in Group Psychotherapy, in A. Alonso & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 393-420.
  • Lise Motherwell
  • Motherwell, L. & Prudent, S. (1998), Childlessness and group psychotherapy: Psychological and sociological perspectives, Group, 22,145-157.
  • Motherwell, L. (2002), Women, money and psychodynamic group psychotherapy, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52, 49-66.
  • Motherwell, L., Houde, S., & Rutan, S. (2004), When patients return to group therapy, Group, 28, 1-14.
  • Motherwell, L., The eye of the beholder: The art of Tabitha Vevers, Provincetown Arts, 2004- 2005; 18: 51-53.
  • Motherwell, L., & Shay, J.J. (Eds.) (2005), Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy, New York : Brunner-Routledge.
  • Shay, J.J., & Motherwell, L., The challenge of the group psychotherapist: The confidence to be humble, In Motherwell, L. & Shay, J.J. (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy, Brunner-Routledge, 2005.
  • Motherwell, L., Book Review: Child therapy in the great outdoors: A relational view by Sebastiano Santostefano, MassPsych, 2005, 49: 19-20.
  • Schmelzer, G. & Motherwell, L., Women, psychotherapy, and the experience of play, In Mirkin, M., Okun, B. and Suyemoto, K. (Eds.), Psychotherapy With Women: Exploring Diverse Contexts and Identities, New York: Guilford Press, 2005.
  • Motherwell, L., Book Review: Divorce doesn’t have to be this way by Jane Appell. MassPsych. 2007, 51.
  • Motherwell, L. The vicissitudes of power and its relationship to money. In Fehr, S. (Ed.), 101 Interventions in Group Therapy. New York: Taylor and Francis, 2008.
  • Motherwell, L. Naughty or nice: A technique for exploring the mischievous in us. In Fehr, S. (Ed.), 101 Interventions in Group Therapy. New York: Taylor and Francis, 2008.
  • Motherwell, L. Homo Ludens: The boxpoems of Anne-Marie Levine. Provincetown Arts. 2008-2009; 19: 70-71.
  • Motherwell, L. Support vs. process groups. In Kleinberg, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Group Therapy). London: Wiley & Sons, 2011.
  • Motherwell, L. Robert Motherwell: A Moment Captured. In Robert Motherwell: Beside the Sea. Provincetown, MA: Provincetown Art Association and Museum, 2012.
  • Motherwell, L., & Shay, J.J. (Eds.). Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy. (2nd Edition) Brunner-Routledge, To Be Published, 2014.
  • Shay, J.J., & Motherwell, L. Why do we do this work? In Motherwell, L. & Shay, J.J. (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy (2nd edition). Brunner-Routledge, In press, 2014.
  • Siobhan O'Neill & Karsten Kueppenbender
  • O'Neill, S.M., & Kueppenbender, K. (2012), Suicide in Group Psychotherapy: Trauma and Possibility, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62, 587-611.
  • Cecil A. Rice
  • Rice, C.A., (1977), Observations on the Unexpected and Simultaneous Termination of Leader and Group, Group, 1, 2:100-117.
  • Rice, C.A., (1981), Introduction: Three Perspectives on Psychoanalytic Group Psychotherapy, American Journal of Psychiatry, 138, 1:63-64
  • Rice, C.A. & Rutan, J.S., (1981), Boundary Maintenance in Inpatient Therapy Groups, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 31, 3:297-309
  • Rutan, J.S. & Rice, C.A., (1981), The Charismatic Leader: Asset or Liability? Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 18, 24:487-492
  • Betcher, W., Rice, C.A. & Weir, D., (1982), The Regressed Patient Group in an In-Patient Graded Group Treatment Program. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 32, 2:229-239.
  • Rice, C.A., (1982), Interview on Group Psychotherapy, published in Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy Newsletter, 5, 4.
  • Rice, C.A. & Rutan, J.S., (1984) Some Developmental Characteristics of Adult Psychotherapy Groups, Group, 8, 2:21-25
  • Rice, C.A., Alonso, A. & Rutan, J.S., (1985), The Fights of Spring: Separation, Individuation and Grief in Training Centers. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 22, 1:97-100
  • Cohen, S.L. & Rice, C.A., (1985), Maximizing the Therapeutic Effectiveness of Smaller Psychotherapy Groups. Group, 9:4, 3-9.
  • Rice, C.A., (1992) Contributions from Object Relations Theory, in Handbook of Contemporary Group Psychotherapy: Contributions from Object Relations, Selfpsychology and Social Systems Theory, (Eds. Robert Klein, Harold Bernard and David Singer. New York: Yale University Press.
  • Rice, C.A., (1993) The Community Meeting, in Group Therapy in Clinical Practice, Eds. A. Alonso, H. Swillel, American Psychiatric Press.
  • Rice, C. A., (1993) Foreword, in Models of Inpatient Group Psychotherapy, Brabender & Falon, Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association Press.
  • Rice, C. A., (1995) The Dynamics of the Co-therapy Relationship: the Junior-Junior Team. Group.19: 2. 87-99.
  • Rice, C. A., (1996) Premature Termination of Group Therapy: A Clinical Perspective International Journal of Group Psycho¬therapy 46, 1:5-23.
  • Rice, C. A., (1998) Group Therapists, Poets and Other Artists: Reflections on God the Devil and Projective Identification, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 48:1, 107-116.
  • Rutan, JS and Rice, CA. (1999). Personality Disorders: Group psychotherapy as a treatment of choice. The Bulletin of the Boston Institute for Psychotherapy. 2 (3), 11-14

  • Rutan, J. S. & Rice, C. A. (2000) Personality disorders: Group psychotherapy as a treatment of choice, Journal of Psychotherapy in Independent Practice, 1:2, 3-11.
  • Rutan, J. S. & Rice, C. A. (2001) Dreams in Psychoanalytic Groups, in Dreams and Group Psychotherapy, Eds. Pines, M, Friedman, R., & Neri, C.
  • Rice, C. A. (2004) The Later Stage: The Role of Group Interventions in Coping with the Aftermath of Traumatic Events in Group Interventions for Treatment of Psychological Trauma, New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association
  • Rice, C. A. (2008) Arriving where I started, Group 32 (2), 137-144.
  • Rice, C. A. (2011) The Psychotherapist as “Wounded Healer”: A Modern Expression of an Ancient Tradition in On Becoming aTherapist ed H. Bernard, V. Schermer, R. Klein New York: Oxford University press.
  • Rice, C.A., (2011) Three Perspectives on the Treatment of Political Prisoners and Trauma Victims – a commentary, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 61:1, 73-83
  • Rice, C. A., Shapiro, E. L. & Shay, J (2011), Death of A Group Therapist and the Survival of the Group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 61:2, 176-195
  • Schermer, V, & Rice, C.A. (2012) Towards an Integrative Intersubjective and Relational Group Psychotherapy in Psychotherapy Handbook, New York: Reilly
  • Schulte, R., Lovett, H., Rice, C. & Williams, R. (2014). The Power of the Group in Northern Ireland. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 64:4 467-491.

  • Rice, C. A. (2015). A Group Therapist Reflects on Violence in America, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy.65:1 41-64

  • Rice, C. A. (in Press). Sailing into the Unknown: AGPA 2014 Institute, Plenary Address

     

  • BOOKS
  • Rice, C.A., & Rutan, J.S., (1987), Inpatient Group Psychotherapy: A Psychodynamic Perspecttive, New York: Macmillan Press.
  • Rice, C.A., Prudent, S., Reinhardt S. and Zentz, G (2001), A History of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy, Modern Memoirs
  • Klein, R. H., Rice, C. A. & Schermer V. L. (2009), Leadership in a Changing World: Dynamic Perspectives on Groups and Their Leaders, Lanham, MD: Lexington press.

  • REVIEWS
  • Rice, C.A., (1981), Review of Marriage Counseling in Groups, M.M. Olsen, Champaign, Il: Research Press Co., 1979 in The American Journal of Family Therapy, 9, 1
  • Rice, C.A., (1985), Review of Inpatient Group Psychotherapy, I. D. Yalom New York: Basic Books, 1983 in N.S.G.P. Newsletter VII: 2
  • Rice, C.A., (1987), Review of Psychological Trauma, B. van der Kolk, Washington, D.C., American Psychiatric Press, 1987 in N.S.G.P. Newsletter IX:2
  • Rice, C.A., (1990), Review of Group Psychotherapy with Adult Children of Alcoholics: Treatment Techniques and Countertransference Considerations, M. Vannicelli, New York: Guilford Press, 1989, in Massachusetts Psychological Society Newsletter, June
  • Rice, C.A., (1992), Review of Psychoanalytic Group Theory and Therapy Ed. Tuttman, S., Madison Ct. International Universities Press, in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 42, 2:307-309
  • Rice, C.A., (1993), Review of Six Group Therapies, Ed. by Samuel Long, New York: Plenum Press, in Inter. J. Group Psychotherapy 43, 2:253-255
  • Rice, C. A., (1999), Review of Ideology, Conflict, and Leadership in Groups and Organizations by Otto Kernberg. New Haven, Ct.: Yale University Press, 1998 in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 46:4, 535-537.
  • Rice, C. A., (2003), Review of Merlin’s Calling by Mark Ettin, Exlibris Corporation 2002 in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 53:4, pp. 513-514.
  • Rice, C. A., (2004), Introduction to Group Therapy by Virginia Brabender, (2002) in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, for New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Rice, C. A., (2013) Trauma and Organizations Earl Hopper(Ed) London: Karnac press, 2012 in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy – in press

  • J. Scott Rutan 
  • ORIGINAL REPORTS
  • Rutan JS, Alonso A. Some guidelines for group therapists. GROUP. 1978; 1:4 13.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Cross sex supervision for cross sex therapy. Am J Psychiatry. 1978; 8:928 931.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Women in group therapy. Int. J of Group Psychother. 1979; 24:481 491.
  • Rutan JS, Alonso A. Sequential cotherapy of groups for training and clinical care. GROUP. 1980; 4:40 50.
  • Rice CA, Rutan JS. Boundary maintenance in inpatient therapy groups. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1981; 31:297 309.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Couples therapy and the new sexual politics. Family Therapy. 1981; 8(3):149 157.
  • Rutan JS, Rice CA. The charismatic leader: asset or liability? Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 1982; 18(4):487 492.
  • Rutan JS, Alonso, A. Individual, group, or both? Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1982; 32(3)3 16.
  • Stone WN, Rutan JS. Duration of treatment in group psychotherapy: a private practice experience. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1984; 8(1);39 46.
  • Rutan JS. Compassion and understanding a conversation with Max Day. GROUP. 1984; 34(2):39 46.
  • Rutan JS, Alonso A, Molin R. Handling the absence of group leaders: to meet or not to meet. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1984; 34(2):144 166.
  • Rice CA, Rutan JS. Some developmental characteristics of adult psychotherapy groups. GROUP. 1984; 8(2)21 25.
  • Rutan JS. Group psychotherapy today. Contemp. Psychia. 1984; 3(1):74 75.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Object relations theory and its impact on psychodynamic group therapy. Am. J. of Psychiatry. 1984:141(11):1376 1380.
  • Rice CA, Alonso A, Rutan, JS. The fights of spring: regression in training programs. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice and Training. 1985: 22(1): 97 100.
  • Rutan JS, Smith JW. Building therapeutic relationships with couples. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice and Training. 1985: 22(2):194 200.
  • MacKenzie KR, Dies RR, Rutan JS, Stone, WN. An Analysis of AGPA Institute Groups. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1987: 37(1): 55-74.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS, The Experience of Shame and the Restoration of Self-respect in Group Therapy. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1988: 38(1): 3-14.
  • Rutan JS, Alonso A, Groves, JE, Understanding Defenses in Group Therapy. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1988: 38(4): 459-472.
  • Rutan JS, Groves, JE, Making Society's Groups More Therapeutic. Int. J. of Group Psychother. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1989: 39(1): 3-16.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS, Shame in Supervision. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. 1989: 25(4): 576-581.
  • Rutan, JS, The Value System of the Therapist: Neutrality - Is It Possible? Quebec Personnel and Guidance Association Newsletter. January, 1989: 2-6.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS, Common Dilemmas in Combined Individual and Group Treatment. GROUP. 1990; 14(1): 5-12.
  • Beckett, A, Rutan, JR, Treating Persons With ARC and AIDS in Group Psychotherapy. Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1990; 1:19-30.
  • Rutan, JS. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. Int. J. Group Psychotherapy. 1992; 42(1):19-35.
  • Reiss, H., Rutan, JS. Group Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Step-wise Approach. GROUP. 1992;16(2):79-83.
  • Alonso, A, Rutan, JS. Character Change in Group Therapy. Int. J. Group Psychotherapy. 1993;43(4):439-451.
  • Rutan, JS, Alonso, A. Some Guidelines for Group Therapists (A Reprise). GROUP. 1994; 18(1):55-63.
  • Gans, JS, Rutan, JS, Wilcox, N. T-Groups (training groups) in psychiatric residency programs: facts and possible implications. Int. J. Group Psychotherapy. 1995;45(2):169-183.
  • Alonso, A, Rutan, JS. Separation and individuation in the group leader. Int. J. Group Psychotherapy. 1996;46(2):149-162.
  • Alonso, A, Rutan, JS. Activity/Nonactivity and the group therapist: “Don’t just do something, sit there!” GROUP. 1996;20(1):43-55.
  • Rutan, JS. An Object Relations Perspective. International Journal of Psychotherapy and Critical Thought. 1998. (IV, 2): 33-36
  • . Rutan, JS. Comments on “The Man from Big Sur.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49(1), 1999.
  • Rutan, JS and Rice, CA. Personality Disorders: Group psychotherapy as a treatment of choice. The Bulletin of the Boston Institute for Psychotherapy. 1999; 2 (3), pp. 11-14
  • Rutan, JS and Rice, CA. Personality Disorders: Group psychotherapy as a treatment of choice. Journal of Psychotherapy in Independent Practice. 2000, 1(2), pp. 3-12
  • Rutan, JS. Growth through humiliation and shame. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 2000, 50 (4), pp. 511-516.
  • Gans, JS, Rutan, JS and Lape, E. The demonstration group: a tool for observing group process and leadership style. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 2001, 52 (2), pp. 233-252.
  • Rutan, JS. Sandor Ferenczi's contributions to psychodynamic group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 2003, 53 (3), pp. 375-384.
  • Motherwell, L., Houde, S. and Rutan, JS. Patients who return to group therapy. Group, 2004, 28 (1), pp. 1-14.
  • Rutan, JS. Introduction (and Guest Editor), Special Issue: The Village Well Revisited: Honoring Anne Alonso. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 2011, 61 (2), pp173-175.
  • Rutan, JS. Introduction (And Guest Editor), Special Issue: The Aging of Group Therapists. GROUP. 2011, 35 (1), pp. 3-7.
  • Rutan, JS. Things I Have Learned, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy (in press)

  • REVIEWS
  • Rutan JS. Review of Your guide to group experience. Southard S., New York: Abington Press. 1974. In: Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1975; 25:237 238.
  • Rutan JS. Review of Inside groups. Verney TR, New York: McGraw Hill, 1974. In: Int. J. of Group Psychother. 1975; 25:237 238.
  • Rutan JS. Review of The theory and practice of group psychotherapy (2nd edition), Yalom, I., New York: Basic Books, 1975. In: Newsletter of Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy, 4(3):3 4, 1981.
  • Rutan, JS. Review of Psychoanalysis in Groups. Wolf, A. and Schwartz, E.K. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1962. (As part of “The Classics Revisited” series. In: Int. J. Group Psychotherapy. 1992; 42:431-433.
  • Rutan, JS. Review of Cultures of Healing: Correcting the Image of American Mental Health. Fancher, R.T., New York: W.H. Freeman, 1995. In: Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 5(2):180-181, 1996.
  • Rutan, JS. Review of Circular Reflections: Selected Papers on Group Analysis and Group Psychoanalysis. Pines, M. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1998. In International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 49(3), 1999, 403-405.

  • CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
  • Rutan JS, Alonso A. Group psychotherapy. In: Lazare, ed. Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1979: 612 620.
  • Alonso A, Rutan JS. Uses and abuses of transference interpretations in groups. In: Aronson and Wolberg, eds. Progress in Group and Family Therapy 1983. New York: Brunner Mazel, 1983: 23 30.
  • Rutan JS, Cohen A. Chap. 46: Group psychotherapy. In: Lazare, ed. Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment. (2nd Ed.) Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1989: 645-654.
  • Rutan JS, Groves, JE, The Faith of the Psychotherapist. Chapter One in J. S. Rutan (Ed) Psychotherapy in the 1990's. New York: Guilford Publications, 1992: 3-17.
  • Rutan, JS. Psychoanalytic group therapy. In Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy, 3rd Ed. (Eds.) Harold I. Kaplan and Benjamin J. Sadock. New York: Williams and Wilkins, 1993, pp. 138-146.
  • Rutan, JS and Rice, CA. Dreams in psychodynamic groups. In Dreams in Group Psychotherapy: Theory & Technique (eds. C. Neri, M. Pines and R. Friedman). London: Jessica Kingsley, 2001, Chap. 2, pp. 37-45.
  • Rutan, JS. Treating difficult patients in groups. In Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy: Pathways To Resolution, (Eds.) Lise Motherwell and Joseph J. Shay. New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2005, pp. 41-49.
  • Rutan, JS and Shay, JJ. Contemporary realities of group psychotherapy. In The Psychotherapy of Hope: The Legacy of Persuasion and Healing (Eds.) RD Alarcon and JB Frank. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2012, Chap. 13, pp. 259-280.
  • Rutan, JS. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. In Neukrug, ES (Ed), Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Sage Publication, In Press.

  • BOOKS
  • Rutan JS, Stone WN. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1984.
  • Rice CA, Rutan JS. Inpatient Group Psychotherapy: A Psychodynamic Approach. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1987.
  • Rutan JS (Ed). Psychotherapy in the 1990's. New York: Guilford Publication, 1992.
  • Rutan, JS, Stone, WN. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (2nd Edition) New York: The Guilford Press, 1993.
  • Rutan, JS, Stone, WN. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (La Psicotherapia Psicodinamica di gruppo - Italian Translation). Rome, Unipress, 1999.
  • Rutan, JS, Stone, WN. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (3rd Edition) New York: The Guilford Press, 2001. [Translated into several languages, including Italian in 1999 and Chinese in 2004]
  • Rutan, JS, Stone, WN, Shay, JJ. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (4th Edition) New York: The Guilford Press, 2007.
  • Rutan, JS, Stone, WN, Shay, JJ. Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (5th Edition) New York: The Guilford Press, 2013. [In Press]
  • Sharon Schwartzberg
  • Schwartzberg, S. L., Trudeau, S., & Vega, V. (2013). Principles of Occupational Therapy Group Outcomes Assessment in Mental Health. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health: A Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Research, 29(2), 134-148.
  • Schwartzberg, S. L., & Barnes, M. A. (2012). Functional Group Model. In Kleinberg, J. (ed.). The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy, pp. 139-167. Chichester, West Sussex UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Schwartz, K., & Schwartzberg, S. L. (2011). Psychodynamically Informed Groups for Elders: A Comparison of Verbal and Activity Groups. Group, 35(1), 17-31.
  • Navaro, L., Friedman, R., & Schwartzberg, S. (Eds). (2011). Desire, Passion, and Gender: Clinical Implications. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.
  • Elizabeth L. Shapiro 

  • ORIGINAL ARTICLES
  • Shapiro, E.L., The double session in psychoanalytic therapy, Journal of Psychotherapy, Practice and Research, 2000, 9(1):18-24.
  • Shapiro, E.L., Ginzberg, R., The persistently neglected sibling relationship and its applicability to group therapy, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2001; 51(3):327-341.
  • Shapiro, E .L., Ginzberg, R., Parting gifts: Termination rituals in group therapy, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, , 2002; 52(3): 319-336.
  • Shapiro, EL, Ginzberg, R. To accept or not to accept: Referrals and the maintenance of boundaries. Prof Psych: Res Pract 2003; 34(3):258-263.
  • Shapiro, EL, Ginzberg, R. Buried Treasure: Money, Ethics and Countertransference, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2006; 56(4): 477-494.
  • Shapiro, EL, Gans, JS, The courage of the group therapist, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2008; 58(3): 345-361.
  • Rice, C., Shapiro, EL, Shay, J., Death of a group therapist and the survival of the group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2011, 61(2): 176-195.

  • REVIEWS, CHAPTERS AND EDITORIALS
  • Alonso, A., Shapiro, E.L., Supervising psychotherapy in the 1990s, In: Rutan, J.S., (Ed.) Psychotherapy for the 1990s, New York: Guilford Press; 1992. p. 315-338.
  • Shapiro, E.L. (2005), All about Adam: Response to a Clinical Dilemma, In Motherwell, L & Shay, J, (Eds), Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy, New York: Brunner- Routledge; 2005. p. 61-64.
  • Shapiro, E.L.., Powers. T.A., (2011), Shame and the paradox of group therapy, In Dearing, R. & Tangney, J. (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, pp. 115-135.
  • Shapiro, E.L., Ginzberg, R., Extraordinary events in group therapy, In Motherwell, L. & Shay, J. (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in GroupTherapy, (2nd edition), New York: Brunner- Routledge. [Submitted for publication 2013]
  • Joseph J. Shay
  • Shay, J.J. (2008), A chair is not a chair is not a chair, In S. S. Fehr (Ed.), 101 Interventions in Group Therapy, New York: Haworth Press.
  • Shay, J.J. (2008), Norm repair, In S. S. Fehr (Ed.), 101 Interventions in Group Therapy, New York: Haworth Press.
  • Shay, J.J. (2011), Projective identification simplified: Recruiting your shadow, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61, 239-261.
  • Shay, J.J. (2011), Group therapy: The Breakfast of Champions, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61, 159-165.
  • Rice, C., Shapiro, E, Shay, J., (2011), The death of a group therapist and the survival of the group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61, 177-195.
  • Shay, J.J. (2012), Couples gone wild: The top 10 complications in treating couples, Paradigm, 16, 20-22.
  • Shay, J. J. (2012), Review of the book, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy edited by J. Kleinberg, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 63, 127-135.
  • Rutan, J. S., & Shay, J. J. (2012), Contemporary realities of group psychotherapy, In R. D. Alarcon & J. B. Frank (Eds.), The Psychotherapy of Hope: The Legacy of Persuasion and Healing, Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, chap. 13, pp.259-280.
  • Motherwell, L., & Shay, J.J. (Eds.). (2014). Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy (2nd Edition, in preparation). New York: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Rutan, J.S., Stone, W.N., & Shay, J.J. (2014). Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy (5th Edition, in preparation). New York: Guilford.
  • Judith Silverstein
  • Silverstein J. (1997). Acting out in group therapy: avoiding authority struggles. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 47, 31-45.
  • Silverstein J. (1993). Secrets versus privacy in group psychotherapy. Group, 17, 107-114.
  • Silverstein J. (1994). Power and sexuality: the influence of early object relations. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 11, 33-46.
  • Silverstein J. (1998). Countertransference in marital therapy for infidelity. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 24, 293-301.
  • Silverstein J. (1996). Exhibitionism as countershame. Journal of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 3,33-46.
  • Mark H. Sorensen
  • Sorensen, M.H. (1986), Narcissism and loss in the elderly: Strategies for an inpatient older adults group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 36(4), 533-547.
  • Marsha Vannicelli
  • Vannicelli M., Group work with alcoholic couples, Group, 1987, 11:247-257.
  • Vannicelli M. Group therapy aftercare for alcoholic patients. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1988, 38:337-353.
  • Vannicelli M, Dillavou D, Caplan R., Psychodynamically oriented group psychotherapy with alcoholics: Making it work despite the prevailing bias, Group 1989, 13:95-100.
  • Vannicelli M. (1989), Group psychotherapy with adult children of alcoholics: treatment techniques and countertransference considerations. New York: Guilford Press.
  • Vannicelli, M., Dilemmas and countertransference considerations in group psychotherapy with ACOAS, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1991, 41:295-312.
  • Vannicelli, M. (1992), Removing the roadblocks: group psychotherapy with substance abusers and family members. New York: Guilford Press.
  • Vannicelli M. Leader dilemmas and countertransference considerations issues in group psychotherapy with substance abuses. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2001, 51: 43-62.
  • Vannicelli M. A dualistic model for group treatment of alcohol problems: abstinence-based treatment for alcoholics, moderation training for problem drinkers. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2002, 52:189-214.
  • Tracy Wallach
  • Wallach, T. (1994). Gender and competition in group psychotherapy. Group, 18(1) , 29-36.
  • Wallach, T. (2002). Leadership and dialogue in conditions of uncertainty: A view from the outside, published online at www.track3connections.org.
  • Wallach, T. (2004). Transforming conflict: A group relations perspective. Peace and Conflict Studies, 11(1), 76-95. http://shss.nova.edu/pcs/journalsPDF/V11N1.pdf.
  • Wallach, T. (2006). Conflict transformation: A group relations perspective. In M. Fitzduff & C. E. Stout (Eds.), The psychology of resolving global conflicts: From war to peace (Vol. 1, pp. 285-306). U.K.: Praeger Security International.
  • Robert L. Weber
  • Weber, R.L., Complex Defenses: Unraveling Projective Identification and Enactment in L. Motherwell & J. Shay (Eds.) (pp. 75-86). Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy. New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2014 (In press)
  • Weber, R.L., Orsborn, C., The Seeker’s Guide to Aging: 25 Questions that Turn Getting Older into a Spiritual Path, (Book manuscript in preparation), 2013
  • Weber, R.L., Orsborn, C. The question(s) of age: calling for a new vision of spiritual aging, Aging Today, “The Aging Spirit,” (American Society on Aging), (March-April 2013), 11
  • Weber, R.L., A Still, Small Voice: The Case of George M., Aging Today on Line (American Society on Aging), November 11, 2011
  • Weber, R.L., Aging and Existential Factors, Special Issue: The Aging of Group Therapists, J.S. Rutan (Ed.), Group: Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, 2011, 35(1), 7-9.
  • Weber, R.L., Aging: A Natural Monastery and a Time for ContemplAgeing, Aging Today Online (American Society on Aging), Winter 2011, 2(3).
  • Weber, R.L.,“Newcomer” Develops Profound Appreciation of Relationships, Resources and Opportunities Discovered Through FORSA (Forum on Religion, Spirituality and Aging), Aging Today Online (American Society on Aging), 2010, 1(4).
  • Gans, J.S. (Ed.), Difficult Topics in Group Psychotherapy: My Journey from Shame to Courage, London: Karnac Books Ltd., 2010, Chapter One: Shame
  • Gans, J.S. & Weber, R.L., The Detection of Shame in Group Psychotherapy: Uncovering the Hidden Emotion (2000), 1-20
  • Weber, R.L. & Gans, J.S., The Group Therapist’s Shame: A Much Undiscussed Topic (2003), 20-39
  • Weber, R.L., Featured Article: ContemplAgeing: Spirituality and Fulfillment throughout Life, Life Planning Network Newsletter (Winter 2010).
  • Weber, R.L. (Winter 2008—Spring 2009) Meeting the Spiritual Needs of Diverse Elder Populations in Long-Term Care, Aging and Spirituality: Newsletter of the Forum on Religion, Spirituality, and Aging. San Francisco: American Society on Aging
  • Weber, R.L., (2008), A Spiritually-Informed Approach for the Group Leader in S.S. Fehr (Ed.), 101 Interventions in Group Therapy. New York: Haworth Press, 387-393.
  • Review of Richard M. Billow: Relational Group Psychotherapy: From Basic Assumptions to Passion, in The Psychoanalytic Review, 2007, 97.
  • Weber, R.L., Searching for gratitude and forgiveness in groups, The Group Circle, New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association, Fall 2005.
  • Weber, R.L., Complex Defenses: Unraveling Projective Identification and Enactment in L. Motherwell & J. Shay (Eds.) (pp. 75-86). Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy. New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2004
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R.L., Organizing and maintaining peer supervision groups, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2004, 54(2), 125-143.
  • Weber, R.L., The Art of Possibility: A Group Model for Personal and Professional Transformation, in NSGP Newsletter, Spring 2004, XXV(1), 13.
  • Weber, R.L. & Gans, J.S., The group therapist’s shame: A much undiscussed topic, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2003, 53, 395-416.
  • Malis, D., Collinge, P. & Weber, R.L., Creating the pathway between expressive group therapies and verbal group therapies: A didactic exchange, Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association (Submitted for review)
  • Macario Giraldo: Channeling Jacques Lacan: NSGP Conference Demonstration Group, in NSGP Newsletter, Spring 2003, XXIV(1), 1-2.
  • Weber, R.L., Principles of Group Psychotherapy, 2003. New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association, Inc.
  • Weber, R.L., “The New Improved CGP Course,” Interview conducted by Eleanor F. Counselman, Ph.D., The Group Circle, New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association, Inc., February/March 2002
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R.L., Changing the guard: New leadership for an established Group, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2002, 52, 373-386
  • Response to “Analyze This: Trolling-in-Training,” NSGP Newsletter, Spring 2003, XIV(1), 6-7.
  • NSGP Task Force for Education and Training Renewal: Summary of Recommendations, September 30, 2000, in NSGP Newsletter, Spring 2001, XXII(2), 3-5.
  • Final Report of the NSGP Task Force on Education and Training Renewal, in NSGP Newsletter, Fall 2000, XXII(1), 5-6.
  • Gans, J.S. & Weber, R.L., The detection of shame in group psychotherapy: Uncovering the hidden emotion, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2000, 50, 381-396
  • Review of Melvin R. Lansky and Andrew P. Morrison (Editors):The Widening Scope of Shame.Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 1997. In International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1999:49(1):135-138
  • Process Consultation: The Application of Group Dynamics Theory in Clinical Organizational and Business Settings, in NSGP Newsletter, Spring 1999, XX(2), 1,4.
  • Weber, R.L., Costikyan, N., Fales, H. & Morgan, S., An observation and group dynamics model for teaching psychoanalytic psychotherapy, Academic Psychiatry, 1995, 19(1), 12-21
  • Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R.L., Leadership and mental health consultation groups: A model for group therapists, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 1994, 44, 349-360.
  • Unresolved grief can haunt the bereaved, The Sunday Independent, Burlington, MA, April 15, 1984
  • There's help when society frowns on grieving, The Sunday Independent, Burlington, MA April 15, 1984
  • Confront relationship hassles in group therapy, The Sunday Independent, Burlington, MA April 1, 1984
  • Antecedents of Clinician Judgment Concerning Patient Motivation (Unpublished dissertation), April 1983
  • Value Changes and Adjustment in the Elderly, (Unpublished pre-dissertation research) October 1979
  • The life of faith: Good news for others, Spiritual Life, (Winter 1974), Volume 20, Number 4, 281-287
  • Imagination in the spiritual exercises, Program to Adapt the Spiritual Exercises, (Jersey City, New Jersey) 1974.

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