Parent Infant Psychotherapy training: Reading List

Recommended reading is in bold

Acquerone, S. (2007) Signs of Autism in Infants: Recognition and Early Intervention Karnac Books

 

Ainsworth, M., Blehar, M., Waters, E., & Wall, S. (1978). Patterns of Attachment. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Bar Lev Elieli, R. (2000) from Organisational and Social Dynamics, A Journey towards integration: A transitional phase in the organizational life of a clinic, 1: 21-41

 

Baradon, T. (Ed) et al. (2005). The Practice of Psychoanalytic Parent-Infant Psychotherapy Claiming the Baby Routledge: London

 

Baradon, T.(Ed.) (2010) Relational Trauma in Infancy : Psychoanalytic, Attachment, and Neuropsychological Contributions to Parent-Infant Psychotherapy.  Routledge

 

Baradon, T. (2002 Apr;4) Attachment & Human Development 1) :25-38. Psychotherapeutic work with parents and infants -- psychoanalytic and attachment perspectives. Taylor & Francis Ltd

 

Barlow, J. and Svanberg, P.O. (2009) Keeping the Baby in Mind :Infant Mental Health in Practice   Routledge

 

Beebe, B., and Lachmann,F. (2002) Infant Research and Adult treatment :CoConstructing Interactions. The Analytic Press

 

Beebe, B. et al (Eds) (2005) Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment. Other Press

 

Beebe, B.(2003) Brief Mother-Infant Treatment: Psychoanalytically Informed Feedback. Infant Mental Health Journal, vol 24, pp 24-52.

 

Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Markese, S., Buck, K., Chen, H., Cohen, P., Bahrick, L., Andrews, H., & Feldstein, S. (2010): The origins of 12-month attachment: A microanalysis of 4month mother-infant interaction.  Attachment and Human Development; 12: 1-135

 

Berlin.L.J. et al (Eds) (2005) Enhancing Early Attachments: Theory, research, Intervention, and Policy The Guildford Press

 

Bion, W., (1959) ‘Attacks on linking’ International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 40: 308 – 15; republished in W.R. Bion, Second Thoughts, pp. 93 – 109; and (1998) in BottSpillius, (Ed) Melanie Klein Today: Volume 1, Mainly Theory, pp. 87 – 101

 

Bowlby J. (1969) Attachment and Loss Volume 1 Attachment London: Hogarth Press/Institute of Psycho-analysis

 

Bowlby J. (1988) The Secure Base: Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory, Routledge

 

Bowlby, J., (1979) The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds Tavistock/Routledge

 

Brearley J., (2005) in The Legacy and Fairbairn and Sutherland, eds Scharff and Scharff (2005) Organizational Consultancy, Chapter 24 p.237

 

Broucek, F., (1976) Efficacy in infancy: a review of some experimental studies and their possible implications for clinical theory, International Journal Psychoanalysis, 60, pp311-315

 

Cairns K (2002) Attachment, Trauma and Resilience: Therapeutic Caring For Children BAAF

 

Cassidy,J., and Shaver, P., (Eds) (1999) Handbook Of Attachment: Theory, Research, And Clinical Applications.  Guildford Press

 

Cohen, M., (2003) Sent Before My Time: A Child Psychotherapist's View of Life on a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Karnac Books

 

Cowan, C. P., & Cowan, P. A. (2000) When Partners Become Parents: The Big Life Change For Couples. Second Edition. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

 

Cudmore, L. (2007) "It wasn't meant to happen like this". The complexity of mourning great expectations. In: Innovations in parent-infant psychotherapy. Karnac, London, pp. 196-214

 

Daws, D. (1989). Through The Night: Helping Parents And Sleepless Infants.

Free Association Books

 

Dorman Heather & Dorman Charlie (2002) The Social Toddler: Promoting Positive

Behaviour CP Publishing

 

Dozier M. et al (2001) Attachment For Infants In Foster Care: The Role Of Caregiver State Of Mind. Child Development 72 (5): 1467-77

 

Ellis, L. (1997) The Meaning of Difference from Reid, S. Developments in Infant Observation: The Tavistock Model, Chapter 4 pp56-80

 

Emanuel, L., and Bradley, E.,(Eds.) (2008) “What Can the Matter Be?” The Tavistock Clinic Series

 

Fonagy P, Steele H and Steele M (1991) Maternal Representations Of Attachment

During Pregnancy Predict The Organisation Of Infant-Mother Attachment At One Year

Of Age. Child Development 1991, Vol 62, 891

 

Fonagy, P, (2009) Trauma And The Neuroscience Of Attachment: Intersubjectivity Via

Contingent Marked Mirroring, VIG IRC University of Dundee.

 

Fonagy et al (1993) Attachment, The Development Of The Self, And Its Pathology In Personality Disorders. Psychomedia Review

 

Fonagy, P. Transgenerational Consistencies Of Attachment: A New Theory

 

Fonagy, P., and Target, M., (2007) Playing With Reality: IV A Theory Of External

Reality Rooted In Intersubjectivity, International Journal Psychoanalysis 2007; 88; 91737

 

Fonagy,P., Gergely, G., Jurist, E., and Target, M., (2002) Affect Regulation, Mentalisation, and the Development of the Self, Other Press.

 

Foreman D. (1998) Maternal Mental Illness And Mother-Child Relations. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 4: 135-43. 

 

Forrester D et al. (2008) Communication Skills In Child Protection: How Do Social Workers Talk To Parents? Child and Family Social Work 13 (1) 41-51

 

Fowler, J. (2003) A Practitioner’s Tool for Child Protection and the Assessment of Parents, Jessica Kingsley Publishers

 

Fraiburg, S., Adelson, E. and Shapiro, V. (1975) Ghosts in the Nursery: A Psychoanalytic Approach To The Problem Of Impaired Infant-Mother Relationships. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry 14: 387 – 422, or in S Fraiberg  (Ed) Selected writings of Selma Fraiberg,100-136 Ohio State University Press.

 

Freidman, E. and Klein, R. (2008) Refugees to Britain since the second World War. In: Reluctant refuge. The story of asylum in Britain, London, The British library, pp.33-56

 

Freud, S., (1917) Mourning and Melancholia, in On Metapsychology Penguin books 1991

 

Gabbard, G. (1995). Countertransference: The Emerging Common Ground International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 76:475-485

 

Gallo, M. (1997) The little alien: Links between mind and body in parent-infant psychotherapy Journal of Child Psychotherapy Volume 23, Issue 2, Routledge

 

Gergely, G., (2007) The Social Construction Of The Subjective Self: The Role Of Affect

Mirroring, Markedness, And Ostensive Communication In Self-Development And Psychoanalysis., in Mayes., L., Fonagy,P., Target, M., (Eds,) 2007  Developmental Science and Psychoanalysis: Integration and Innovation  Publisher: London: Karnac.    

 

Gerhardt, S. (2004) Why love matters: How Affection Shapes A Baby’s Brain

Brunner Routledge

 

Gerhardt, S. (2011) The Selfish Society: How We All Forgot to Love One Another and Made Money Instead Simon and Schuster

 

Hobson, P. (2002) The Cradle of Thought, Macmillan

 

Hobson et al, (2009) The British Journal of Psychiatry 195, How mothers with borderline personality disorder relate to their year-old infants, pp.325–330

 

Hodges J. Steele M. Hillman S. Henderson K. & Kanuik J. (2003) Changes In Attachment Representations Over The First Year Of Adoptive Placement: Narratives Of Maltreated Children. Clinical child psychology and psychiatry 1359-1045 (2000307) 8:3 

 

Holloway, W., and Featherstone, B. (Eds) (1997) Mothering and Ambivalence 

 

Holmes, J. The search for the secure base: attachment theory and psychotherapy Brunner Routledge

 

Honjo et al. (2003) “Antenatal Depression and Maternal-Fetal Attachment.”  Psychopathology, 2003, 36:304-311.  

 

Horvath, A. and Luborsky, L. (1993) Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

Vol. 61, No. 4,561-573 The Role of the Therapeutic Alliance in Psychotherapy

 

Howe, D. (2005) Child Abuse and Neglect: Attachment Development And Intervention Palgrave Macmillan

 

Hunt, C. (2003) The Parenting Puzzle : How To Get The Best Out Of Family Life, Family Links Nurturing Programme

 

Jacoby, M. (1984) The Analytic Encounter: Transference and the Human Relationship Inner City Books 

 

Joseph, B. (1985).  Transference: The Total Situation International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 66:447-454

 

Karen, R. (1994) Becoming Attached: First Relationships And How They Shape Our Capacity To Love Oxford University Press

 

Kennedy, H., Landor, M., and Todd, L. (Eds) (2011) Video Interaction Guidance: A Relationship-Based Intervention to Promote Attunement, Empathy and Wellbeing. Jessica Kingsley Publishers

 

Kitamura,T., Sugawara, M., Sugawara, K., Toda, M.A. and Shima,S.,(1996)

Psychosocial Study Of Depression In Early Pregnancy The British Journal of Psychiatry 168: 732-738 (1996)

 

Knox, J. (2011), Self-Agency in Psychotherapy: Attachment, Autonomy, and Intimacy Norton and Co.

Kumar, R., (1982) Neurotic disorders in Childbearing Women, in Brockington I.F., and Kumar, R., (eds) Motherhood and Mental Illness pp71-118

Lieberman, A.F. (1999). Negative Maternal Attributions: Effects on Toddlers' Sense of Self. Psychoanal. Inq., 19:737-756.

 

Lieberman, A.F. Padron, E, van Horn, P, and Harris W.W.(2005) Angels In The Nursery: The Intergenerational Transmission Of Benevolent Parental Influences Infant Mental Health Journal, vol. 26(6), 504–520 (2005) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com). DOI: 10.1002/imhj.20071 

Likierman, M. (2003) Postnatal depression, the mother's conflict and parent – infant psychotherapy, Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 29:3, 301-315

 

Lyons-Ruth, K. (1992) Maternal Depressive Symptoms, Disorganised Infant-Mother

Attachment Relationships And Hostile-Aggressive Behaviour In The Pre-School

Classroom: A Prospective Longitudinal View From Infancy To Age Five. In

Developmental perspectives on depression, Rochester Symposium On Developmental

Psychology 1992

 

Main, M. & Hesse, E. (1990). Parents’ Unresolved Traumatic Experiences Are Related To Infant Disorganized Attachment Status: Is Frightened And/Or Frightening Parental Behavior The Linking Mechanism? In Greenberg, M., Cicchetti, D., and Cummings, M.

(Eds.), Attachment In The Preschool Years: Theory, Research, and Intervention. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

 

Mayes, L., Fonagy, P., and Target, M., (Eds) (2007) Developmental Science and Psychoanalysis: Integration and Innovation Karnac Books

 

McDougall, J. (1989) Theatres of the Body: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychosomatic Illness. Free Association Books

 

McDougall, J. (1986) Theatres of the Mind: Illusion and Truth on the Psychoanalytic Stage. Free Association Books

 

McIntosh, J. (2002) Thought in the face of violence: a child’s need. Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal, 26, 229-241.

 

McNeill, B., Worthen, V. (1989) The Parallel Process In Psychotherapy Supervision. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol 20(5), Oct 1989, 329-333. doi:

 

Meins, E., Fernyhough, C., Wainwright, R., Das Gupta, M., Fradley, E. & Tuckey, M. (2002) Maternal Mind-Mindedness And Attachment Security As Predictors Of Theory Of Mind Understanding. Child Development 73(6): 1715-1726.

 

Menzies Lyth, Isabel (1959) 'The Functions of Social Systems as a Defence Against Anxiety: A Report on a Study of the Nursing Service of a General Hospital', The Dynamics of Organizational Change, pp.439-462

 

Mollon, P., (2002) Shame and Jealousy: the Hidden Turmoils. Karnac Books

 

Mollon, P. (1993) The Fragile Self: the Structure of Narcissistic Disturbance. Whurr Publishers Ltd.

 

Moodley, R. (2005), Outside race, inside gender: A good enough “holding environment” in counselling and psychotherapy, Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 319-328

 

Munro, E. (2011) The Munro Review of Child Protection: Final Report A Child Centred System. http://www.education.gov.uk/munroreview/

 

Murray and Andrews (2000) The Social Baby C P Publishing

Murray L. (1988) Effects of Postnatal Depression on Infant Development: Direct Studies of Early Mother-Infant Interaction. In Kumar, K, Brockington I, (eds) Motherhood and Mental Illness. Vol 2, London: Wright

 

Murray L. (1997) Postpartum Depression And Child Development. In Psychological Medicine 27: 253-60 

 

Music, G. (2011) Nurturing Natures: Attachment and Children’s Emotional, Sociocultural and Brain Development. Psychology Press

 

Onozana K and Glover V  (2001) Infant massage improves mother-infant interaction for mothers with post-natal depression.  Journal of Affective Disorders 2001, No 63, 201207

 

Perry B  (1999) Violence and Childhood: How Persisting Fear Can Alter the Developing Child’s Brain. The Child Trauma Academy

 

Perry B. D. (1997) “Incubated in Terror: Neurodevelopmental Factors in the ‘Cycle of Violence”’. In Osofsky J. D. (ed.) Children in a violent society New York: Guildford Press

 

Piaget J. (1954) The Construction of Reality in the Child, New York: Basic Books) Prospective Longitudinal Findings. Invited Plenary Address, European Congress for the Study of Dissociation, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

Phillips, A. (2008) Saying No: Why it’s Important for you and Your Child. Faber and Faber

 

Quinlivan, J.A., and Evans, S.(2005) Impact of Domestic Violence and Drug Abuse in Pregnancy on Maternal Attachment and Infant Temperament in Teenage Mothers in the Setting of Best Clinical Practice, Archive of Woman’s mental health (2005) 8:191-199 Racker, H. (1998) Transference and Counter Transference. The International Psychoanalytic Library, 73:1-196. London: The Hogarth press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis 

 

Racker, H, (1957). The Meanings and Uses of Countertransference Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 26:303-357

  

Raphael-Leff, J., (2001a) Pregnancy: the inside story, London, Karnac books

 

Raphael-Leff, J.,and Perelberg, R.J. (Eds) (1997) Female Experience : Three Generations of British Women Psychoanalysts on Work with Women. Routledge

 

Raphael-Leff, J., (2000) Spilt Milk: Perinatal Loss & Breakdown. Karnac Books

 

Riddley, M. (2003) Nature via Nurture Genes, experience and what makes us human. London: Fourth Estate

 

Rustin, M., (1998) Encountering primitive anxieties: Some aspects of infant observation as a preparation for clinical work with children and families  Journal of Child Psychotherapy Volume 14, Issue 2, 1988

 

Schofield, G., and Beek, M., (2006) Attachment Handbook For Foster Care And Adoption BAAF

 

Schön, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner, How Professionals Think In Action, Basic Books

 

Schön, D.A. (1987) Educating the Reflective Practitioner: Toward a New Design in Teaching and Learning in the Professions John Wiley and Sons

 

Schore, A. (2001) Effects Of A Secure Attachment Relationship On Right Brain

Development, Affect Regulation And Infant Mental Health. In Infant Mental health Journal 22 (1-2): 201-69

 

Schore, A. (2000) Attachment and Regulation of the Right Brain. In Attachment and

Human Development  2 (1): 23-47 

 

Seigal, D. (1999) The Developing Mind: Towards a Neurobiology of Interpersonal Experience. New York: Guildford Press

 

Shai, D. and Belsky, J. (2011) When Words Just Won’t Do: Introducing Parental Embodied Mentalizing, Child Development Perspectives Volume 5, Issue 3, pages 173–180

 

Shemmings, D. and Shemmings, Y. (2011) Unresolved loss and trauma, Understanding Disorganized Attachment: Theory and Practice for Working with Children and Adults, Chapter 5 p105 -127London: Jessica Kingsley,

 

Sinclair, D. and Murray, L. (1988) The Effect Of Postnatal Depression On Children’s Adjustment To School.  British Journal of Psychiatry 172: 58-63

 

Slade, A. (2005) Parental Reflective Function: an Introduction. Attachment and Human

Development Vol 7 No. 3, September 2005

 

Sroufe, A.L. (2000) Early Relationships and the Development of Children, Infant Mental Health Journal, Vol 21 (1-2) 67-74 

Steele M. Hodges J. Kaniuk J. Hillman S. & Henderson K. (2003) Attachment Representations and Adoption: Associations Between Maternal States of Mind and Emotional Narratives In Previously Maltreated Children. In Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Vol. 29 No. 2 187-205

 

Sternberg, J. (2005) Infant Observation At The Heart Of Training Karnac

 

Stern, D.(1985) The Interpersonal World Of The Infant

 

Stern, D.  (1995) The Motherhood Constellation

 

Stern, D. (2004) The Present Moment in Psychotherapy and Everyday Life.  Norton

 

Suchman, N., Mothering Inside Out (in press)2010

 

Sutherland, M. (2006) What Every Parent Needs to Know : The Remarkable Effects Of Love, Nurture And Play On Your Child’s Development. Dorling Kindersley Limited 2006

 

The Tavistock Clinic: Boswell, (2004) S. Understanding Your Baby,

 

The Tavistock Clinic: Gustavus Jones, S. (2004) Understanding Your One-Year Old

 

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Tronick, E., and Weinberg, K., (1997) Depressed Mothers And Their Infants:  Failure

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Tronick, E.and Weinberg, K., (2000) Gender Differences And Their Relation To Maternal Depression, in S.L.Johnson et al (Eds), Stress, Coping And Depression p2334 

 

Tronick, E. (2007) The Neurobehavioral and Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Children Norton 

 

Tucker, J. (2006) 'Using Video To Enhance The Learning In A First Attempt At 'Watch, Wait And Wonder'' International Journal of Infant Observation, 9:2,125 — 138 Winnicott D. (1952) Anxiety Associated with Insecurity. In Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis Karnac Books

 

Winnicott D. (1947) Hate in the Countertransference. In Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis Karnac Books

 

Winnicott, D. (1988) Babies and their Mothers Free Association Books

 

Winnicott D. (1956) Primary Maternal Preoccupation. in Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis Karnac Books

 

Winnicott D. (1958) The Capacity to be Alone, in The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment  Karnac Books

 

Winnicott, D., (1999) Playing and Reality p131

 

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