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Authors in the Media

Jill Harrington, author of Superhero Grief, on Wandavision and emotional catharsis on CNN.  

Stacey Freedenthal, author of Helping the Suicidal Person, on Meghan Markle and suicidal ideation in The New York Times.

Peggy Kleinplatz, author of Magnificent Sex, on coronavirus and sex between married couples in The Globe and Mail Canada.

Jennifer Rollin, co-author of The Inside Scoop on Eating Disorder Recovery, on how the pandemic has created a ‘perfect storm’ for those with eating disorders.

Book Awards

Gradiva Award Winners for Best Authored Book: Psychoanalysis, Intersubjective Writing, and a Postmaterialist Model of Mind: I Woke Up Dead, and The Psychoanalytic Zero: A Decolonizing Study of Therapeutic Dialogues

Gradiva Award Winners for Best Edited Book: Psychoanalysis in the Barrios: Race, Class and the Unconscious, and Forced Migration and Social Trauma: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Sociology and Politics

American Board & Academy of Psychoanalysis (ABAPsa) Book Award Winners

Theoretical: Barnaby Barratt’s Trilogy of books for Routledge are joint winners, What is Psychoanalysis? 100 Years after Freud’s “Secret Committee”Radical Psychoanalysis: An Essay on Free-Associative Praxis, Beyond Psychotherapy: On Becoming a (Radical) Psychoanalyst

Clinical: The Search for Meaning in Psychotherapy: Spiritual Practice, the Apophatic Way and Bion

Applied: The Importance of Play in the Early Years: Psychoanalytic, Attachment, and Developmental Perspectives

Edited Book winner: Psychoanalysis in the Barrios: Race, Class and the Unconscious

Routledge Blogs

Is the Concept of Therapeutic Relationship Still Relevant to Mental Health Practice?

An Introduction to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

An Interview with Charlynn Small and Mazella Fuller on Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders