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1 Recommended Student Readings from the Clinical Social Work Journal The list below comprises exceptional papers from the Clinical Social Work Journal that are highly suitable as assigned student readings. This in-depth clinical compilation encompasses articles from 2005 to the present, organized according to the Council on Social Work Education s (CSWE) Education Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS). This list is a valuable resource for students and educators, and may serve as a guideline for MSW class readings, CSWE re-accreditation, and other professional development efforts. All these papers are available on the journal's homepage (http://www.springer.com/journal/10615) to users whose academic institutions have arranged for e-access. Contact your librarian for further information on the availability of the journal's content. You can also find us on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/cswjournal) and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/clinicalsocialworkjournal), where you can browse our complete collection of articles nearly 40 years of content. Carol Tosone, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Social Work Journal Associate Professor, Silver School of Social Work, New York University Contents Professional Identity 2 3 Values and Ethics. 3 4 Diversity and Cultural Competence At-Risk Populations; Social and Economic Justice Research Human Behavior and the Social Environment Social Welfare Policy and Services

2 Social Work Practice Diagnostic Assessment and Skills Practice Theories Phases of Treatment Families and Couples Groups Children and Adolescents Advanced Curriculum Content At-Risk Families: Adoption, Custody, and Foster Care Eating Disorders and Related Issues Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity.. 28 Illness. 29 Interpersonal and Family Violence; Sexual Abuse Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues Mental Health and Clinical Practice Older Adults.. 34 Spirituality. 34 Trauma, Post-traumatic Stress, Secondary Trauma, and Shared Trauma Women s Issues. 37 Field, Education, and Supervision Professional Identity Ganzer, C. (2007). The use of self from a relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(2), Gibbons, S. B. (2011). Understanding empathy as a complex construct: A review of the literature. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3),

3 Sarasohn, M. K. (2005). The use of shame and dread in the countertransference. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(4), Yedidia, T. (2005). Immigrant therapists' unresolved identity problems and countertransference. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(2), Values and Ethics Alessi, E. (2008). Staying put in the closet: Examining clinical practice and countertransference issues in work with gay men married to heterosexual women. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Bennett, S. (2006). Clinical writing of a therapy in progress: Ethical questions and therapeutic challenges. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(2), Danto, E. (2009). "A new sort of 'salvation army'": Historical perspectives on the confluence of psychoanalysis and social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Donovan, K. & Regehr, C. (2010). Elder abuse: Clinical, ethical, and legal considerations in social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Gibbons, S. B. (2011). Understanding empathy as a complex construct: A review of the literature. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3), Lopez, A. (2010). Moral residue: Difficult ethical choices in the treatment of refractory anorexia nervosa. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Mishna, F., Bogo, M., Root, J., Sawyer, J. L., & Khoury-Kassabri, M. (2012). It just crept in : The digital age and implications for social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(3),

4 Shah, S. A. (2011). Ethical standards for transnational mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS): Do no harm, preventing cross-cultural errors and inviting pushback. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s z Diversity and Cultural Competence Alessi, E. (2008). Staying put in the closet: Examining clinical practice and countertransference issues in work with gay men married to heterosexual women. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Greene, M. P. & Blitz, L. V. (2012). The elephant is not pink: Talking about white, black, and brown to achieve excellence in clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Guilamo-Ramos, V., Goldberg, V., Lee, J. J., McCarthy, K., & Leavitt, S. (2012). Latino adolescent reproductive and sexual health behaviors and outcomes: Research informed guidance for agency-based practitioners. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Hill, N. (2009). Affirmative practice and alternative sexual orientations: Helping clients navigate the coming out process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Hodge, D. & Limb, G. (2009). Establishing the preliminary validity of spiritual ecomaps with Native Americans. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Keenan, E. K. (2005). Micro ruptures and repairs in the beginning phase of cross- cultural psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Kellner, J. (2009). Gender perspective in cross-cultural couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Lee, E. (2012). A working model of cross-cultural clinical practice (CCCP). Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(1),

5 Limb, G. E., Hodge, D. R., Leckie, R., & Ward, P. (2012). Utilizing spiritual lifemaps with LDS clients: Enhancing cultural competence in social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Montalvo, F. (2009). Ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Nguyen, D., Shibusawa, T., & Chen, M. T. (2012). The evolution of community mental health services in Asian American communities. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Nye, C. (2005). Conversations with Suwanrang: The treatment relationship in cultural context. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Ohnstad, A. (2009). If I am not straight or gay, who am I? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Organista, K. (2009). Latino clinical perspective on Montalvo's ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Tosone, C. (2005). The guijin therapist and the nature of therapeutic truth: A relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Tsang, A. K. T., Bogo, M., & Lee, E. (2011). Engagement in cross-cultural clinical practice: Narrative analysis of first sessions. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Wampler, R. & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Yedidia, T. (2005). Immigrant therapists' unresolved identity problems and countertransference. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(2),

6 Zayas, L. & Torres, L. (2009). Culture and masculinity: When therapist and patient are Latino men. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), At-Risk and Vulnerable Populations; Social and Economic Justice Alaggia, R. & Millington, G. (2008). Male child sexual abuse: A phenomenology of betrayal. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Alessi, E. (2008). Staying put in the closet: Examining clinical practice and countertransference issues in work with gay men married to heterosexual women. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Aymer, S. (2008). Beyond power and control: Clinical interventions with men engaged in partner abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Bolen, M., McWey, L., & Schlee, B. (2008). Are at-risk parents getting what they need? Perspectives of parents involved with child protective services. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Dekel, R. (2010). Mental health practitioners' experiences during the shared trauma of the forced relocation from Gush Katif. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Donovan, K. & Regehr, C. (2010). Elder abuse: Clinical, ethical, and legal considerations in social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Faust, J. (2008). Clinical social worker as patient advocate in a community mental health center. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Friedman, D., Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Ross, D., & Triggs, S. (2010). Microanalysis of 4- month infant vocal affect qualities and maternal postpartum depression. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1),

7 George, M. (2012). Migration traumatic experiences and refugee distress: Implications for social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s y Hawkins, R. L. & Kim, E. J. (2012). The socio-economic empowerment assessment: Addressing poverty and economic distress in clients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Hill, N. (2009). Affirmative practice and alternative sexual orientations: Helping clients navigate the coming out process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Hodge, D. & Limb, G. (2009). Establishing the preliminary validity of spiritual ecomaps with Native Americans. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Kellner, J. (2009). Gender perspective in cross-cultural couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Kita, E. (2011). Potential and possibility: Psychodynamic psychotherapy and social change with incarcerated patients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Miller, L. D. (2012). I am not who I thought I was : Use of grief work to address disrupted identity among Hispanic adolescent immigrants. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Ohnstad, A. (2009). If I am not straight or gay, who am I? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), re -Sales, P. (2010). Identity and trauma in adolescents within the context of political violence: A psychosocial and communitarian view. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Ringel, S. (2009). The monster within: Countertransference reflections on a gay adolescent's struggle with sexual identity. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), 7

8 Rountree, M. & Mulraney, M. (2010). HIV/AIDS risk reduction intervention for women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Ruderman, E. (2008). The impact of the outside world war, politics, environment and health care: A dilemma for clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 207. Shy, Y. & Mills, L. (2010). A critical new pathway towards change in abusive relationships: The theory of transition framework. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Sieber, D. (2008). Engaging absent fathers in the treatment of children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Steele, M., Murphy, A., & Steele, H. (2010). Identifying therapeutic action in an attachment-centered intervention with high risk families. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Thomas, B. (2008). Victims of the genocidal mind: Societal indicators and individual case treatment considerations. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 185. Tufford, L., Mishna, F., & Black, T. (2010). Mandatory reporting and child exposure to domestic violence: Issues regarding the therapeutic alliance with couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Twemlow, S., Fonagy, P., Sacco, F., & Vernberg, E. (2008). Assessing adolescents who threaten homicide in schools. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Wampler, R., & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1),

9 Winograd, W. (2010). Persephone rising: Struggles in female adolescent development in the aftermath of rape. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Research Anastas, J. W. (2012). From scientism to science: How contemporary epistemology can inform practice research. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Aymer, S. (2008). Beyond power and control: Clinical interventions with men engaged in partner abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Baylis, P. J. (2006) The neurobiology of affective interventions: A cross-theoretical model. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Beebe, B. (2010). Mother-infant research informs mother-infant treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Bennett, C. S. (2006). Attachment theory and research applied to the conceptualization and treatment of pathological narcissism. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Bettman, J. E. & Jasperson, R. A. (2008). Adults in wilderness treatment: A unique application of attachment theory and research. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Brown, K. M. & Sorter, D. (2008). Voice and cure: The significance of voice in repairing early patterns of disregulation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Doyle, A. (2011). History of research on process relevant to clinical social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1),

10 Drisko, J. W. (2011). A clinician-researcher s understanding of The Effectiveness of Long-Term sychodynamic sychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(4), Friedman, D., Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Ross, D., & Triggs, S. (2010). Microanalysis of 4- month infant vocal affect qualities and maternal postpartum depression. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Hodge, D. & Limb, G. (2009). Establishing the preliminary validity of spiritual ecomaps with Native Americans. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Kenemore, T. K. & Roldan, I. (2006). Staying straight: Lessons from ex-offenders. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Mclaughlin, A., Rothery, M., Babins-Wagner, R., & Schleifer, B. (2010). Decisionmaking and evidence in direct practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Padgett, D. K. & Henwood, B. F. (2012). Qualitative research for and in practice: Findings from studies with homeless adults who have serious mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Pettus-Davis, C., Grady, M. D., Cuddeback, G. S., & Scheyett, A. (2011). A practitioner s guide to sampling in the age of evidence-based practice: Translation of research into practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(4), Starin, A. C. (2006). Client's role choices: Unexplored factors in intervention decisions. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Human Behavior and the Social Environment Alaggia, R. & Millington, G. (2008). Male child sexual abuse: A phenomenology of betrayal. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3),

11 Baum, N. (2011). Issues in psychotherapy with clients affiliated with the opposing side in a violent political conflict. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Berzoff, J. (2008). Working at the end of life: Providing clinically based psychosocial care. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Berzoff, J. (2011). The transformative nature of grief and bereavement. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3), Bettmann, J. & Jasperson, R. (2010). Anxiety in adolescence: The integration of attachment and neurobiological research into clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Friedman, D., Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Ross, D., & Triggs, S. (2010). Microanalysis of 4- month infant vocal affect qualities and maternal postpartum depression. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Ganzer, C. & Ornstein, E. (2008). In and out of enactments: A relational perspective on the short- and long-term treatment of substance abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Hart, P. (2009). On becoming a good enough stepmother. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Hill, N. (2009). Affirmative practice and alternative sexual orientations: Helping clients navigate the coming out process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Kellner, J. (2009). Gender perspective in cross-cultural couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3),

12 Norton, C. (2010). Into the wilderness A case study: The psychodynamics of adolescent depression and the need for a holistic intervention. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Ohnstad, A. (2009). If I am not straight or gay, who am I? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Shapiro, C. (2009). Therapy with infertile heterosexual couples: It's not about gender or is it? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Shy, Y. & Mills, L. (2010). A critical new pathway towards change in abusive relationships: The theory of transition framework. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Straussner, S. L. A. (2012). Clinical treatment of substance abusers: Past, present, and future. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Sieber, D. (2008). Engaging absent fathers in the treatment of children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Wampler, R. & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Wimmer, J., Vonk, M.E., & Reeves, P. (2010). Adoptive mothers' perceptions of reactive attachment disorder therapy and its impact on family functioning. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Winograd, W. (2010). Persephone rising: Struggles in female adolescent development in the aftermath of rape. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Zayas, L. & Torres, L. (2009). Culture and masculinity: When therapist and patient are Latino men. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4),

13 Social Welfare Policy and Services Bolen, M., McWey, L., & Schlee, B. (2008). Are at-risk parents getting what they need? Perspectives of parents involved with child protective services. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Danto, E. (2009). "A new sort of 'salvation army'": Historical perspectives on the confluence of psychoanalysis and social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Faust, J. (2008). Clinical social worker as patient advocate in a community mental health center. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Hawkins, R. L. & Kim, E. J. (2012). The socio-economic empowerment assessment: Addressing poverty and economic distress in clients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Luftman, V. H., Veltkamp, L. J., Clark, J. J., Lannacone, S., & Snooks, H. (2005). Practice guidelines in child custody evaluations for licensed clinical social workers. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), re -Sales, P. (2010). Identity and trauma in adolescents within the context of political violence: A psychosocial and communitarian view. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Ringel, S. (2009). The monster within: Countertransference reflections on a gay adolescent's struggle with sexual identity. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Tufford, L., Mishna, F., & Black, T. (2010). Mandatory reporting and child exposure to domestic violence: Issues regarding the therapeutic alliance with couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4),

14 Social Work Practice Diagnostic Assessment and Skills Alessi, E. (2008). Staying put in the closet: Examining clinical practice and countertransference issues in work with gay men married to heterosexual women. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Aymer, S. (2008). Beyond power and control: Clinical interventions with men engaged in partner abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Barth, F. (2010). Frozen in time: Idealization and parent-blaming in the therapeutic process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Barth, F. (2008). Hidden eating disorders: Attachment and affect regulation in the therapeutic relationship. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Beckerman, N. & Corbett, L. (2010). Mindfulness and cognitive therapy in depression relapse prevention: A case study. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Beckerman, N. & Pass, J. (2008). After the assault: Cognitive trauma therapy with a single event trauma survivor. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Bennett, C. S. (2006). Attachment theory and research applied to the conceptualization and treatment of pathological narcissism. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Bettmann, J. & Jasperson, R. (2010). Anxiety in adolescence: The integration of attachment and neurobiological research into clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Bragin, M. (2010). Can anyone here know who I am? Co-constructing meaningful narratives with combat veterans. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3),

15 Harkness, D. (2011). The diagnosis of mental disorders in clinical social work: A review of standards of care. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3), Hawkins, R. L. & Kim, E. J. (2012). The socio-economic empowerment assessment: Addressing poverty and economic distress in clients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Hill, N. (2009). Affirmative practice and alternative sexual orientations: Helping clients navigate the coming out process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Hotchkiss, S. (2005). Key concepts in the theory and treatment of narcissistic phenomena. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(2), Lanier, P., Bollinger, S., & Krueger, R. F. (2011). Advances in the conceptualization of personality disorders: Issues affecting social work practice and research. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Latzer, Y., Peretz, T., & Kreutzer, S. (2008). Conflict-oriented cognitive behavioral therapy (CO-CBT): An integrative approach to the treatment of bulimia nervosa patients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Lopez, A. (2010). Moral residue: Difficult ethical choices in the treatment of refractory anorexia nervosa. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), McCluskey, M. (2010). Psychoanalysis and domestic violence: Exploring the application of object relations theory in social work field placement. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), 435. Mclaughlin, A., Rothery, M., Babins-Wagner, R., & Schleifer, B. (2010). Decisionmaking and evidence in direct practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2),

16 Moldan, M. B. (2005). Selective mutism and self-regulation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Montalvo, F. (2009). Ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Mutter, K. & Neves, C. (2010). A dialogical model for engaging spirituality in therapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), robst, B. (2012). Walking the tightrope : Clinical social workers use of diagnostic and environmental perspectives. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Thomas, B. (2008). Victims of the genocidal mind: Societal indicators and individual case treatment considerations. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 185. Tufford, L., Mishna, F., & Black, T. (2010). Mandatory reporting and child exposure to domestic violence: Issues regarding the therapeutic alliance with couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Turner, K. (2009). Mindfulness: The present moment in clinical social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Wakefield, J. C. (2012). DSM-5 and the general definition of personality disorder. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Widiger, T. A. (2012). Changes in the conceptualization of personality disorder: The DSM-5 debacle. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Zayas, L. & Torres, L. (2009). Culture and masculinity: When therapist and patient are Latino men. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4),

17 Practice Theories Baylis, P. J. (2006) The neurobiology of affective interventions: A cross-theoretical model. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Bennett, C. S. (2006). Attachment theory and research applied to the conceptualization and treatment of pathological narcissism. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), Berzoff, J. & Kita, E. (2010). Compassion fatigue and countertransference: Two different concepts. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Danto, E. (2009). "A new sort of 'salvation army'": Historical perspectives on the confluence of psychoanalysis and social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Farber, S. K. (2008). Dissociation, traumatic attachments, and self-harm: Eating disorders and self-mutilation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Felberbaum, S. (2010). Memory, mourning and meaning in a psychotherapist's life. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Ganzer, C. & Ornstein, E. (2008). In and out of enactments: A relational perspective on the short- and long-term treatment of substance abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Gedo, P. M. (2011). An island in a sea of madness: The uses of theory for in-patient adolescent treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(2), Gibson, M. F. (2012). Opening up: Therapist self-disclosure in theory, research, and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(3),

18 Gourguechon, P. (2009). Psychoanalysis integrates social work: Is social work holding on to psychoanalysis? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Green, L. B. (2006). The value of hate in the countertransference. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(2), Hotchkiss, S. (2005). Key concepts in the theory and treatment of narcissistic phenomena. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(2), Katz, J. (2010). Reconsidering therapeutic neutrality. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Keenan, E. & Miehls, D. (2008). Third space activities and change processes: An exploration of ideas from social and psychodynamic theories. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), La Barre, F. (2011). Figures of motion: Integrating movement theories in clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(2), Leung, P., Chan, C., Ng, S., & Lee, M. (2009). Towards body-mind-spirit integration: East meets west in clinical social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Mackey, R. (2008). Toward an integration of ideas about the self for the practice of clinical social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Moldan, M. B. (2005). Selective mutism and self-regulation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Nelson, J. K. (2008). Laugh and the world laughs with you: An attachment perspective on the meaning of laughter in psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1),

19 Organista, K. (2009). Latino clinical perspective on Montalvo's ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Padykula, N., & Conklin, P. (2010). The self regulation model of attachment trauma and addiction. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Palombo, J. (2008). Mindsharing: Transitional objects and selfobjects as complementary functions. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Pavlek, M. (2008). Paining out: An integrative pain therapy model. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Radey, M. & Figley, C. R. (2007). The social psychology of compassion. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(3), Reupert, A. (2007). Social worker s use of self. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(2), Rowe, Jr., C. E. (2005). A brief treatment with a post-traumatic stress disordered patient: A self psychological perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(4), Rowe, Jr., C. E. (2009). "Psychophobia" is a major current issue affecting psychoanalytic training and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Rowe, Jr., C. E. (2010). A reconsideration of the object in the attachment process: An alternative view of development and treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Rowe, Jr., C. E. (2011). Extending Kohut s concept of selfobject: The undifferentiated selfobject. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Ruderman, E. G. (2005). When loss becomes gain: Transforming women's internal saboteur. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(4),

20 Ruderman, E. (2008). The impact of the outside world war, politics, environment and health care: A dilemma for clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 207. Sable, P. (2008). What is adult attachment? Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Sarasohn, M. K. (2005). The use of shame and dread in the countertransference. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(4), Shilkret, C. J. (2005). Some clinical applications of attachment theory in adult psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Schore, J. R., & Schore, A. N. (2008). Modern attachment theory: The central role of affect regulation in development and treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Thomas, B. (2008). Victims of the genocidal mind: Societal indicators and individual case treatment considerations. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 185. Tosone, C. (2005). The guijin therapist and the nature of therapeutic truth: A relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Tosone, C. (2006). Living everyday lies: The experience of self. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(3), Trop, J. L., Burke, M. L., & Trop, G. S. (2012). Psychanalytic theory and psychotherapy: A dynamic systems view of change. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Zilberstein, K. (2008). Au revoir: An attachment and loss perspective on termination. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3),

21 Phases of Treatment Baum, N. (2005). Correlates of clients' emotional and behavioral responses to treatment termination. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Baum, N. (2007). Therapists responses to treatment termination: An inquiry into the variables that contribute to therapists experiences. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(2), Casement, P. J. (2005). Using analytic space: A challenge to contemporary psychoanalysis. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(4), Horn, S. (2010). Memories lost and found: Developing a connection with a traumatized, suicidal patient. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Horowitz, R. (2009). The complexities of change in the psychotherapy of serious mental illness: A practitioner's reflections. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Keenan, E. K. (2005). Micro ruptures and repairs in the beginning phase of cross-cultural psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Keenan, E. & Miehls, D. (2008). Third space activities and change processes: An exploration of ideas from social and psychodynamic theories. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Redding, K. K. (2005). When death becomes the end of an analytic treatment: Necessary parameters. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Schamess, G. (2012). Mutual Transformation in Psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(1),

22 Shatsky, P. (2012). Losing Ann: Countertransference aspects of altering the frame with a long term patient facing atypical dementia. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s y Zilberstein, K. (2008). Au revoir: An attachment and loss perspective on termination. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Families and Couples Ballantine, M. W. (2012). Sibling incest dynamics: Therapeutic themes and clinical challenges. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(1), Donovan, K., & Regehr, C. (2010). Elder abuse: Clinical, ethical, and legal considerations in social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Edward, J. (2011). Sibling discord: A force for growth and conflict. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Frost, V. K. (2012). Tensions of marriage: Love, cooperation, capitulation, annihilation. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s z Hart, P. (2009). On becoming a good enough stepmother. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Kellner, J. (2009). Gender perspective in cross-cultural couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Francine Lapides, F. (2011). The implicit realm in couples therapy: Improving right hemisphere affect-regulating capabilities. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(2),

23 Leite, Z. & Cohen, O. (2012). The tango of loving hate: Couple dynamics in highdivorce. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(1), McCluskey, M. (2010). Psychoanalysis and domestic violence: Exploring the application of object relations theory in social work field placement. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), 435. Parker, L. (2009). Disrupting power and privilege in couples therapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Rountree, M. & Mulraney, M. (2010). HIV/AIDS risk reduction intervention for women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Shapiro, C. (2009). Therapy with infertile heterosexual couples: It's not about gender or is it? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Sherwood, E. (2009). Clinical assessment of Canadian military marriages. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Shy, Y. & Mills, L. (2010). A critical new pathway towards change in abusive relationships: The theory of transition framework. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Sieber, D. (2008). Engaging absent fathers in the treatment of children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Snyder, M. (2009). Becoming each other: A single case exploration of relational consciousness in couple therapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Solomon, M. (2009). Attachment repair in couples therapy: A prototype for treatment of intimate relationships. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3),

24 Steele, M., Murphy, A., & Steele, H. (2010). Identifying therapeutic action in an attachment-centered intervention with high risk families. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Tempel, L. R. (2007). athways to the clinician s experience of empathy in engaging single mothers at risk for physical abuse of their children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Wimmer, J., Vonk, M.E., & Reeves, P. (2010). Adoptive mothers' perceptions of reactive attachment disorder therapy and its impact on family functioning. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Groups Erel-Brodsky, H. (2008). Failures in the development of potential space in a group. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), George, M. (2010). A theoretical understanding of refugee trauma. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Huss, E., Elhozayel, E., & Marcus, E. (2012). Art in group work as an anchor for integrating the micro and macro levels of intervention with incest survivors. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Nuttman-Shwartz, O. (2007). Myths of women and their reflection in a therapy group. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Pires, C. M. & Penna, A. (2011). Group-analytic psychotherapy with low-income patients in Brazil. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Strauss, D. (2011). Promise and problems: Aggression in male led preadolescent girls group treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3),

25 Children and Adolescents Cohen-Kreisberger, L. (2005). The creation of a shared space through fantasy between a seven year old child and his therapist: A case study. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Dripchak, V. L. (2007). Posttraumatic play: Towards acceptance and resolution. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(2), Levy, A. J. (2008). The therapeutic action of play in the psychodynamic treatment of children: A critical analysis. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Levy, A. J. (2011). Neurobiology and the therapeutic action of psychoanalytic play therapy with children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Monaco, J. L. & alombo, J. (2012). Reactions of adolescents to their therapist s serious illness. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(3), Norton, C. (2010). Into the wilderness A case study: The psychodynamics of adolescent depression and the need for a holistic intervention. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), re -Sales, P. (2010). Identity and trauma in adolescents within the context of political violence: A psychosocial and communitarian view. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Ringel, S. (2009). The monster within: Countertransference reflections on a gay adolescent's struggle with sexual identity. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Twemlow, S., Fonagy, P., Sacco, F., & Vernberg, E. (2008). Assessing adolescents who threaten homicide in schools. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2),

26 Vashchenko, M., Lambidoni, E., & Brody, L. R. (2007). Late adolescents coping styles in interpersonal and intrapersonal conflicts using the narrative disclosure task. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Wampler, R., & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Winograd, W. (2010). Persephone rising: Struggles in female adolescent development in the aftermath of rape. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Zilberstein, K. & Messer, E. (2010). Building a secure base: Treatment of a child with disorganized attachment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Advanced Curriculum Content At-Risk Families: Adoption, Custody, and Foster Care Bolen, M., Mcwey, L., & Schlee, B. (2008). Are at-risk parents getting what they need? perspectives of parents involved with child protective services. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Friedman, D., Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Ross, D., & Triggs, S. (2010). Microanalysis of 4- month infant vocal affect qualities and maternal postpartum depression. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Luftman, V. H., Veltkamp, L. J., Clark, J. J., Lannacone, S., & Snooks, H. (2005). Practice guidelines in child custody evaluations for licensed clinical social workers. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(3), Noy-Sharav, D. (2005). Identity concerns in intercountry adoption: Immigrants as adoptive parents. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(2),

27 Steele, M., Murphy, A., & Steele, H. (2010). Identifying therapeutic action in an attachment-centered intervention with high risk families. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Tufford, L., Mishna, F., & Black, T. (2010). Mandatory reporting and child exposure to domestic violence: Issues regarding the therapeutic alliance with couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Twemlow, S., Fonagy, P., Sacco, F., & Vernberg, E. (2008). Assessing adolescents who threaten homicide in schools. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Wampler, R. & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Wimmer, J., Vonk, M.E., & Reeves, P. (2010). Adoptive mothers' perceptions of reactive attachment disorder therapy and its impact on family functioning. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Winograd, W. (2010). Persephone rising: Struggles in female adolescent development in the aftermath of rape. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Eating Disorders and Related Issues Barth, F. D. (2008). Hidden eating disorders: Attachment and affect regulation in the therapeutic relationship. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Farber, S. K. (2008). Dissociation, traumatic attachments, and self-harm: Eating disorders and self-mutilation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1), Latzer, Y., Peretz, T., & Kreutzer, S. (2008). Conflict-oriented cognitive behavioral therapy (CO-CBT): An integrative approach to the treatment of bulimia nervosa patients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4),

28 Lopez, A. (2010). Moral residue: Difficult ethical choices in the treatment of refractory anorexia nervosa. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Wolrich, M. K. (2011). Body dysmorphic disorder and its significance to social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Gender, Culture, and Ethnicity Frie, R. (2011). Culture and language: Bilingualism in the German-Jewish experience and across contexts. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s z Kellner, J. (2009). Gender perspective in cross-cultural couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(3), Montalvo, F. (2009). Ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Organista, K. (2009). Latino clinical perspective on Montalvo's ethnoracial gap in clinical practice with Latinos. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Pires, C. M. & Penna, A. (2011). Group-analytic psychotherapy with low-income patients in Brazil. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Shapiro, C. (2009). Therapy with infertile heterosexual couples: It's not about gender or is it? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Tosone, C. (2005). The guijin therapist and the nature of therapeutic truth: A relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), Zayas, L. & Torres, L. (2009). Culture and masculinity: When therapist and patient are Latino men. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4),

29 Illness Monaco, J. L. & Palombo, J. (2012). Reactions of adolescents to their therapist s serious illness. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(3), Pavlek, M. (2008). Paining out: An integrative pain therapy model. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Interpersonal and Family Violence; Sexual Abuse Alaggia, R. & Millington, G. (2008). Male child sexual abuse: A phenomenology of betrayal. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Aymer, S. (2008). Beyond power and control: Clinical interventions with men engaged in partner abuse. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Ballantine, M. W. (2012). Sibling incest dynamics: Therapeutic themes and clinical challenges. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(1), Donovan, K. & Regehr, C. (2010). Elder abuse: Clinical, ethical, and legal considerations in social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Grady, M. D. & Strom-Gottfried, K. (2011). No easy answers: Ethical challenges working with sex offenders. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), Huss, E., Elhozayel, E., & Marcus, E. (2012). Art in group work as an anchor for integrating the micro and macro levels of intervention with incest survivors. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Monahan, K. (2010). Themes of adult sibling sexual abuse survivors in later life: An initial exploration. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4),

30 Rountree, M. & Mulraney, M. (2010). HIV/AIDS risk reduction intervention for women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Shy, Y. & Mills, L. (2010). A critical new pathway towards change in abusive relationships: The theory of transition framework. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Sieber, D. (2008). Engaging absent fathers in the treatment of children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Siegel, J. P. (2007). The role of affect regulation in a case of attempted maternal-filicide suicide: Commentary on an act of despair. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Tempel, L. R. (2007). Pathways to the clinician s experience of empathy in engaging single mothers at risk for physical abuse of their children. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Tufford, L., Mishna, F., & Black, T. (2010). Mandatory reporting and child exposure to domestic violence: Issues regarding the therapeutic alliance with couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Willemsen, J., Declercq, F., Markey, S., & Verhaeghe, P. (2007). The role of affect regulation in a case of attempted maternal filicide-suicide. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues Alessi, E. (2008). Staying put in the closet: Examining clinical practice and countertransference issues in work with gay men married to heterosexual women. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2),

31 Ohnstad, A. (2009). If I am not straight or gay, who am I? Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Ringel, S. (2009). The monster within: Countertransference reflections on a gay adolescent's struggle with sexual identity. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Cornett, C. (2008). Therapeutic ambition, uncertainty, and psychotherapy with heterosexually married gay men: A short commentary. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Mental Health and Clinical Practice Alicea, S., Pardo, G., Conover, K., Gopalan, G. & McKay, M. (2012). Step-up: Promoting youth mental health and development in inner-city high schools. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Barth, F. (2008). Hidden eating disorders: Attachment and affect regulation in the therapeutic relationship. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(4), Bettmann, J. & Jasperson, R. (2010). Anxiety in adolescence: The integration of attachment and neurobiological research into clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Bragin, M. (2010). Can anyone here know who I am? Co-constructing meaningful narratives with combat veterans. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Dekel, R. (2010). Mental health practitioners' experiences during the shared trauma of the forced relocation from Gush Katif. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Farber, S. K. (2008). Dissociation, traumatic attachments, and self-harm: Eating disorders and self-mutilation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(1),

32 Gibson, M. F. (2012). Opening up: Therapist self-disclosure in theory, research, and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, Volume 40(3), Horn, S. (2010). Memories lost and found: Developing a connection with a traumatized, suicidal patient. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Horowitz, R. (2009). The complexities of change in the psychotherapy of serious mental illness: A practitioner's reflections. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Katz, J. (2010). Reconsidering therapeutic neutrality. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3), Levy, A. (2008). The therapeutic action of play in the psychodynamic treatment of children: A critical analysis. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3), Norton, C. (2010). Into the wilderness A case study: The psychodynamics of adolescent depression and the need for a holistic intervention. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(2), Padykula, N. & Conklin, P. (2010). The self regulation model of attachment trauma and addiction. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Palombo, J. (2008). Mindsharing: Transitional objects and selfobjects as complementary functions. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Ringel, S. (2009). The monster within: Countertransference reflections on a gay adolescent's struggle with sexual identity. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Rowe Jr., C. (2010). A reconsideration of the object in the attachment process: An alternative view of development and treatment. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(3),

33 Rowe Jr., C. (2009). "Psychophobia" is a major current issue affecting psychoanalytic training and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(1), Ruderman, E. (2008). The impact of the outside world war, politics, environment and health care: A dilemma for clinical practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 207. Sherwood, E. (2009). Clinical assessment of Canadian military marriages. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(4), Thomas, B. (2008). Victims of the genocidal mind: Societal indicators and individual case treatment considerations. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), 185. Tucker, A. R. & Norton, C. L. (2012). The use of adventure therapy techniques by clinical social workers: Implication for practice and training. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Turner, K. (2009). Mindfulness: The present moment in clinical social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Twemlow, S., Fonagy, P., Sacco, F., & Vernberg, E. (2008). Assessing adolescents who threaten homicide in schools. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(2), Wampler, R. & Downs, A. (2010). Parent and peer attachment in minority males at high risk for delinquency. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(1), Wakefield, J. C. (2012). DSM-5 and the general definition of personality disorder. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Wineburgh, A. L. (2012). Mutual transformation. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s

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38 Bransford, C. (2009). Process-centered group supervision. Clinical Social Work Journal, 37(2), Goldstein, E. G. (2007). Social work education and clinical learning: Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(1), Liegner, E. J. (2007). Focused countertransference exploration in classroom teaching of modern psychoanalytic candidates. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(4), McCluskey, M. (2010). Psychoanalysis and domestic violence: Exploring the application of object relations theory in social work field placement. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), 435. McTighe, J. P. (2011). Teaching the use of self through the process of clinical supervision. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3), Miehls, D. (2010). Contemporary trends in supervision theory: A shift from parallel process to relational and trauma theory. Clinical Social Work Journal, 38(4), Mirabito, D. M. (2012). Educating a new generation of social workers: Challenges and skills needed for contemporary agency-based practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), Rohr, E. (2011). Challenging empathy: Experiences as a group analytic supervisor in a post-conflict society. Clinical Social Work Journal, doi: /s Schamess, G. (2006). Therapeutic processes in clinical supervision. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(4), Schamess, G. (2006). Transference enactments in clinical supervision. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(4),

39 Simpson, G. A., Williams, J. C., & Segall, A. B. (2007). Social work education and clinical learning. Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(1), Thyer, B. A. (2007). Social work education and clinical learning: Towards evidence based practice? Clinical Social Work Journal, 35(1), Zilberstein, K. (2008). Au revoir: An attachment and loss perspective on termination. Clinical Social Work Journal, 36(3),

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