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And all subsided in the hush
that followed, in the calm
of great wings folding
and shadowy forms lying down.

I rose and left that room,
the house of my grief
and my bondage, my book
never again to be opened.

To see as once I saw,
steadied by the darkness
in which I walked
and would make my way.

John Haines

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Psychoanalytic Bibliography

ALTSCHUL, S. (1968). Denial and ego arrest. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 16:301-318.

ALTSCHUL, S. (Ed.) (1988). Childhood Bereavement and its Aftermath. Madison, Conn.: International Universities Press.

BAKER, J. et al. (1992). Psychological tasks for bereaved children. J. Amer. Orthopsych. Assn. 105-117.

BLOS, P. (1979). The Adolescent Passage. New York: International Universities Press.

BLUM, H. (1980). The value of reconstruction in adult psychoanalysis. Int. J. Psychoanal. 61:39-52.

BLUM, H. (1985). Splitting of the ego and its relation to parent loss. In Defence and Resistance: Historical Perspectives and Current Concepts. Edited by Blum, H., Int. Univ. Press: New York. pp.301-324.

BOWEN, M. (1985). Family Therapy and Clinical Practice. Northvale, N.J.: Aronson.

BOWLBY, J. (1980). Attachment and Loss. Vol.3, Loss. New York: Basic Books.

ELSON, M. (1991). Adolescents. In Using Self Psychology in Psychotherapy. Northvale, N.J.: Aronson.

FLEMING, J. (1963). The evolution of a research project in psychoanalysis. In: Counterpoint, Libidinal Object and Subject, A Tribute to Rene Spitz on His 75th Birthday. Edited by Gaskill, H., New York, International Universities Press, pp.75-105.

FLEMING, J. (1972). Early object deprivation and the working alliance. Psychoanal. Q. 41:23-29.

FLEMING, J. & ALTSCHUL, S. (1962). Activation of mourning and growth by psychoanalysis. In Childhood Bereavement and Its Aftermath. Madison, Conn.: International Universities Press, 1988.

FURMAN, E. (1974). A Child's Parent Dies: Studies in Childhood Bereavement. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press.

FURMAN, E. (1986). On trauma: When is the death of a parent traumatic? Psychoanal. Study Child, 41:191-208.

GEIST, R. (2008). Connectedness, permeable boundaries, and the development of the self: Therapeutic implications. Int. J. Psychoanal. Self Psychol. 3:129 – 152.

HAGMAN, G. (1993). The psychoanalytic understanding and treatment of double parent loss. (Paper presented at the fall meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association, New York City.)

HAGMAN, G. (1995a). Death of a selfobject: Towards a self psychology of the mourning process. In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 11, (ed.) A Goldberg. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.

HAGMAN, G. (1995b). Mourning: A review and reconsideration. Int. J. Psychoanal. Vol. 76 909-925.

HAGMAN, G. (1996a). The role of the other in mourning. Psychoanal. Q. Vol. 65(2) 327-352.

HAGMAN, G. (1996b). Bereavement and neurosis. J. Acad. Psychoanal.

HAGMAN, G, (1996c). Flight from the subjectivity of the other: Pathological adaptation to early parent loss. In Progress in Self Psychology, Vol. 12, (ed.) A. Goldberg. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press.

HAGMAN, G, (2001). Beyond decathexis: Towards a new psychoanalytic understanding and treatment of mourning. In Neimeyer, R. (Ed.) Meaning Reconstruction and the Experience of Loss, American Psychological Association: Washington, D.C.

HUMMER, K.M. and SAMUELS, A. (1988). The influence of the recent death of a spouse on the parenting function of the surviving parent. In Childhood Bereavement and Its Aftermath. Madison, Conn.: International Universities Press, 1988, pp.37-64.

KRUPNICK, J. (1984). Bereavement during childhood and adolescence. In Bereavement: Reactions, Consequences and Care, ed. M. Osterweis and M. Green. Washington, D.C.: Nat. Academy Press, 1984, pp.99-141.

MILLER, J. (1971). Children's reactions to the death of a parent: A review of the psychoanalytic literature. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 19:697-719.

NAGERA, H. (1967). Children's reactions to the death of important objects: A developmental approach. Psychoanal. Study Child.,:360-401.

SIGGINS, L. (1966). Mourning: A critical review of the literature. Int. J. Psycho-Anal. 47:14-25.

VOLKAN, V. (1981). Linking Objects and Linking Phenomena. New York: International Universities Press.

STROZIER, C. (2011). Until The Fires Stopped Burning: 9/11 and New York City in the Words and Experiences of Survivors and Witnesses. Columbia University Press: New York.

ULMAN, R. & BROTHERS, D. (1988). The Shattered Self: A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press.

WOLFENSTEIN, M. (1966). How is mourning possible? Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 21:93-122.

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New Articles

New interview on ideas for what to say and do to support the bereaved, by the Center's Meg Kelleher, LCSW. [read here]

Pain Bonds Us - I feel close to you when you let your pain show. A protective shield inside me slides away. [read more]

Private Practice: Dynamic Psychotherapy and Bereavement Counseling (CEU) [read more]

You Know Therapy Is Working When . . . - You feel increasingly uncomfortable with the status quo when it is causing harm. [read more]

Ideas About Mourning - For the griever the future feels shattered; everything hoped for is broken and gone/ lost like a broken mirror. [read more]

Myths and Realities of Mourning - Regrettably, our society maintains a host of unrealistic assumptions and inappropriate expectations when it comes to the work of grief and mourning. Here are some myths to consider: [read more]

The Difference Between Grief and Mourning - It is critical to know the difference between grief and mourning. Both processes are there to help the bereaved face the reality that their loved one is gone and then to slowly begin to accommodate to that fact. [read more]


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