Psychology & Psychoanalysis Publications


1982  Narcissus and Oedipus, the children of psycho-analysis.  Routledge & Kegan Paul, London and New York.

1993  2nd Edition, H.Karnac Books with foreword and introduction by Eric Rayner and Murray Schwartz.

1996  The Analysts' Preconscious. Hillsdale: Analytic Press
Tokyo: Paterson Marsh Ltd.

Article, Chapters and Reviews

1967  The case conference.  Views.

1968  The Hornsey Affair.  Penguin Education.

1972  Playing  and reality.  The British Journal  of  Medical Psychology.  Vol. 45, p. 185.  (Review of Playing  and Reality and Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry by D.W. Winnicott.)

1973  Mother  knows  best.  The Listener, April. (Review  of D.W. Winnicott.)

1973  A plea for play in its own right.  The Times Educational Supplement.

1973  What  would  Freud  think of  the  permissive  society?  Health.

1973  Anticipating.  New Society.

1973  Sounds  of silence.  The Times Educational  Supplement. (Review of Autism and Childhood Psychosis  by  Frances Tustin.)

1981  Something for your entire family.  The New York  Review of Books, Oct. 22nd.

1985  The  invisible  profession.  Literary  Review,  August. (Review of Janet Malcolm Psychoanalysis the  Impossible Profession and In the Freud Archives.)

1985  John Bowlby: an ethological Basis for Psychoanalysis, In Beyond Freud: a study of modern psychoanalytic theorists, ed. J. Reppen. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press.

1986  Grief  and mourning in Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'.   Free Associations, 7.

1986  Rhythm and interpretation in maternal care and psychoanalysis.  Winnicott Studies, 2.

1987  Bowlby's 'yearning and searching phase of mourning'  as seen  in adult psychotherapy.  Psychoanalytic  Psycho­therapy, 2, 3.  (Paper given at the John Bowlby 80th  Birthday celebrations,  Association of Child Psychotherapy,  The Royal Zoological Society, London.)

1988  Some problems in the clinical application of attachment theory. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 3, 1. (Paper  given at  the John Bowlby 80th  Birthday Attachment  Conference, Regents College, London.)

1988  The  concept  of  mourning and its  roots  in  infancy. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 3, 4, December.

1989  The  "mantle  of  safety" - childhood  traumas  in  the analysis  of a mature woman. (Paper given at the  Tavistock Clinic, Scientific Meeting Nov. 1988.) Winnicott Studies, 4 , Festschrift for Frances Tustin.

1989  The  relationship between adult psychoanalytic  psycho­therapy  and contemporary infant  research:   technical issues  arising from the respective tasks. Paper  given at  the  annual meeting of the  American  Psychological Association, New Orleans, August 1989. 

1990   Reflections on 23 years of learning and friendship with John Bowlby. London: Tavistock Gazette.

1991   Use  or  Misuse:  The Analyst  as  Object. Paper  read at Scientific Meeting,  Los Angeles Institute of Psychoanalytic Studies.

1991.  Patterns  of Transference Interpretation: an  empirical study.   Paper read at Scientific Meeting, The  British Psycho-Analytical Society, July 3rd 1991. Bulletin of the British Psycho-Analytical  Society. Vol. 27, No. 7.

1992   The Protective Shell in children and adults by  Frances Tustin. Review in International Review of Psycho-Analy­sis, 73, part 1, p. 173, 1992.

1993.  Truth and reality in psychoanalytic discourse. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 74, 1, p.63.

1994.  Discussion  paper  of 'Gratification and  provision  in psychoanalysis: should  we  get rid of  the  'rule  of abstinence'  by  John A. Lindon,  M.D.  Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Vol. 4, No. 4.

1994   'Live Company' by Anne Alvarez. Journal of Child  Psychotherapy, Vol. 20, No.1.

1994    Resistance  to  the release of the bad  object  in  the psychotherapy  of a refugee. In Fairbairn and the  Ori­gins of Object Relations. Ed. Grotstein & Rinsley.  New York:  Guilford Press.   (Paper given at  the Fairbairn Centennial, New York City.)  

1995   Frances Tustin Obituary: The Times, London.

1995   Foreword to Autism & Child Psychosis by Frances Tustin. 2nd edition. London: H. Karnac Books.

1996   Analysis  of a 9-year old girl with learning  disabilities: reflections on supervision with Frances Tustin, 25 years  later.  In Explorations in  Autistic States:  A Memorial to Frances Tustin. New York: Jason Aronson. 

1997   On  the otherness of being: Winnicott's ideas  on  'object usage',  and the  'experience  of   externality'. Winnicott centennial issue. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, Vol. 23, No.1.

2002   Being Alive: building on the work of Anne Alvarez, ed.Edwards, J. Foreword, p xiii-xxii. Hove, Sussex: Brunner-Routledge.

2002   Thoughts on crisis intervention with New York City children after the World Trade Center bombing. Anzieu-Premmereur C., Coates S.W., First E., Hamilton,V, Schechter D.S, Steinberg Z. Infanzia e Adolescenza (in press).

2002   L’experience d’une equipe therapeutique de Columbia aupres des enfants de New York après le 11 Septembre (Clinical examples of crisis interventions with New York City families after September 11. Carnet Psy., Mai 2002,Paris.

2002   Quelques reflexions sur les interventions immediates avec des enfants de New York après le 11 Septembre. Anzieu-Premmereur et al. Revue Psychotherapies, Geneve

2002  Seamus Heaney at Gaelforce. Art Work, 116, September/October.

2006   The concept of mourning and its roots in infancy: reflections of a psychotherapist over time. In A Question of Technique: Independent Psychoanalytic Approaches with Children and Adolescents, ed. Horne A., & Lanyado, M. London: Routledge.

2008  The Nature of the Student’s Tie to the Teacher: reminiscences of training and friendship with John Bowlby. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy & Relational Psychoanalysis – Vol. 2 ed. Joseph Schwartz. London: H.Karnac Books

2008  Dark at the End of the Tunnel – review of two novellas by Christopher Bollas. London: Psychoanalytic Review, ed. Michael Eigen.

2009  The Humility of Frances Tustin. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy & Relational Psychoanalysis – Vol. 3. ed. Joseph Schwartz. London: H. Karnac Books

2009  Death in the family: post 9/11 at Pier 94 Manhattan. In Through Assessment to Consultation. Ed. Horne A. & Lanyado, M. London: Routledge

In preparation Thursday’s Child  (Essays on Loss and Homesickness).