Certificate Program in Psychoanalysis Readings Year 1

YEAR 1 | Trimester 1

Experiencing The Psychoanalytic Relationship from Consultation to Termination
Diane Barclay, LCSW


1.Sullivan, The Psychiatric Interview.pdf
2.Singer, The Initial Interview.pdf
3.Ogden, Comments on Transference and Countertransference in the Initial Analytic Meeting.pdf
4.Mitchel, What Does The Patient Need.pdf
5.Hoffman, Expressive participation.pdf
6.Levenson, The Purloined Self.pdf
7.Mitchell, Wishes Needs and Interpersonal Negotiations.pdf
8.Fiscalini,  Curative experience.pdf
9.Basescu,  Behind the”seens”.pdf
10.Blechner, The Patient’s Dreams and the Countertransference.pdf
11.Hoffman, Constructing good enough endings.pdf
12.Bonovitz, Termination Never Ends
13.Holmes, Termination in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.pdf
14.Salberg, How We End Taking leave.pdf
15.Hirsch, Money and the Ongoing Theraputic Relationship.pdf
16.White, Surviving Hating.pdf
17.Grey, Uncultured Psychoanalysis.pdf
18.Ehrenberg, The Intimate Edge in Therapeutic Relatedness.pdf
19.Lippmann, Nocturns: On Listening To Dreams.pdf
20.Buechler, Thinking Analytically.pdf
21.Bonovitz, Locating culture in the Psychic Field.pdf
22.Maroda, The Myth of Authority.pdf
23. Lippmann, Dream Listeners.PDF
24. White, Surviving Hating.pdf
25. Whitman-Raymond, Culture.PDF

Clinical Seminar: The Psychoanalytic Relationship and the Study of Transference
Lois Adler, Ph.D.


Brenner: working alliance
Ferenczi: Rank development of psychoanalysis
Freud: dynamics of transference
Freud: fragment of an analysis
Freud: remembering repeating
Freud: transference
Fromm-Reichmann: transference problems
Horney: concept transference
McLaughlin: transference psychic reality
Reich: character analysis
Rioch: transference phenomenon
Schafer: construction
Schafer: resisting empathizing
Singer: identity vs identification
Stein: unobjectionable part
Strachey: nature of the therapeutic action
Thompson: Sullivan and Psychoanalysis
Thompson: transference character analysis
Thompson: transference therapeutic instrument
Wolstein: transference historical roots

YEAR 1 | Trimester 2

Freudian Theory I
Evelyn Hartman, Ph.D


Breuer, J. and S. Freud (1893). Studies on Hysteria. On the psychical mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena: Preliminary . . . Case, 1, Fraulein Anna O. S.E.2: 3-47
Breuer, J. and S. Freud (1895). Studies on Hysteria. Case of Frau Emmy von N. S.E.2: 48-105.
Freud S. (1905). Fragment of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria. S.E.9: 3-121.
⁃ Freud S. (1919). Lines of advance in psycho-analytic therapy. S.E.17, 159-168.
Freud, S. (1900). The Interpretation of Dreams. Chapter 5 (Parts A and B), S.E. 4: 163-219.
Freud, S. (1905). Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, Part 11. S.E. 7: 173-206.
Freud, S. (1912). Papers on Technique; Recommendations to physicians practicing psycho-analysis. S.E. 12: 111-120.
Freud, S. (1912). Papers on technique: The dynamics of transference. S.E. 12: 99-108.
Freud, S. (1913). Papers on technique: On beginning the treatment (Further recommendations on the technique of psycho-analysis, I) S.E. 12,123-144.
Freud, S. (1914). On narcissism: an introduction. S.E.14, 73-102.
Freud, S. (1914). Papers on technique: Remembering, repeating, and working –through: (Further recommendations . . ., II). S.E.12: 147-156.
Freud, S. (1915). Papers on technique: Observations on transference-love. (Further recommendations . . ., III) S.E.12: 159-171.
Freud, S. (1917). Mourning and Melancholia. S.E.14: 243-258.


Clinical Seminar: The Psychoanalytic Relationship and the Study of Transference/ Countertransference Interaction
Julie Hyman, LCSW Click here for a link to the syllabus and readings


YEAR 1 | Trimester 3

Freudian Theory II
Edward G. Mandelbaum, LCSW


A Child Is Being Beaten
The Uncanny

Clinical Seminar: The Psychoanalytic Relationship and the Study of Countertransference
Wendy Greenspun, Ph.D.