Publications by Members of The Women's Therapy Centre Institute



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- BETWEEN WOMEN: LOVE, ENVY AND COMPETITION IN
WOMEN’S FRIENDSHIPS
Luise Eichenbaum & Susie Orbach Penguin, 1988,
223 pp., paperback
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understandingwomen

- UNDERSTANDING WOMEN: A FEMINIST PSYCHOANALYTIC
APPROACH
Luise Eichenbaum & Susie Orbach Penguin, London, 1992, 212
pp., paperback
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- KIDS, CARROTS, AND CANDY: A Practical, Positive Approach to Raising
Children Free of Food and Weight Problems (formerly Preventing
Childhood Eating Problems)
Jane R. Hirschmann, Lela Zaphiropoulos
OO Publishing, 2012. 162 pp., paperback
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eating-problems

- EATING PROBLEMS: A Feminist Psychoanalytical Treatment Model
Carol Bloom, Andrea Gitter, Susan Gutwill, Laura Kogel & Lela Zaphiropoulos
Basic Books, 1994, 237 pp.
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- WHAT DO WOMEN WANT?: Exploding the Myth of Dependency
Luise Eichenbaum & Susie Orbach Berkley, 1999, 211 pp., paperback
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phycho_class_politics

- PSYCHOANALYSIS, CLASS AND POLITICS
Lynne Layton, Nancy Hollander & Susan Gutwill, eds. Rutledge Press, 2005. hardcover
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ordinary-life

- ORDINARY LIFE: A MEMOIR OF ILLNESS
Kathlyn Conway University of Michigan Press, 2007. hardcover
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beyond-words

- BEYOND WORDS: Illness and the Limits of Expression
Kathlyn Conway University of New Mexico Press, 2013.
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- FED UP
Catherine Baker-Pitts Gurze Books, paperback














Articles

Baker-Pitts, C. (2014). “Still Dangerous: Women and Public Speaking”. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11, 3, pp. 294-305.

Baker-Pitts, C. (2015). “’Look at me..What am I supposed to be?’: Women, Culture, and Cosmetic Splitting”. In Body-States: Interpersonal and relational perspectives on the treatment of eating disorders. J. Petrucelli (Ed.) London: Routledge.

Baker-Pitts, C, Bloom, C., Eichenbaum, L., Garofallou, L., Orbach, S., Petrucelli, J., Sliva, V., Tortora, S. (2015). “The acquisition of a body: Establishing a new paradigm and introducing the clinical tool: Body Observational Diagnostic Interview”. In Body-States: Interpersonal and relational perspectives on the treatment of eating disorders. J. Petrucelli (Ed.) London: Routledge.

Baker-Pitts, C. (2007). “Two Bodies in the Room: And Intersubjective View of Objectification”. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 12, pp. 124-141.

Bloom, C., Gitter, A., Gutwill, S., Kogel, L., Zaphiropoulos, L. (1999). “The truth about dieting: A feminist view”. In Eating Disorders: A Reference Sourcebook, R. Lemberg & L. Cohn (Eds.), (pp. 61-64). Phoenix, AZ: The Oryx Press.

Bloom, C. (2002) Cultural Countertransference. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 14, 1. pp.41-57

Bloom, C. (1987). Bulimia: A feminist psychoanalytic unserstanding. In Fed Up and Hungry, London: The Women's Press.

Bloom, C., Gitter, A., Gutwill, S., Kogel, L., Zaphiropoulos, L. (2000). “Generation Next”, Renfrew Perspectives.

Buloff, B., Osterman, M. (2000). "Queer Reflections: mirroring and the lesbian experience of self". In Lesbians and Psychoanalysis, J. Glassgold and S. Iasenza (Eds).

Eichenbaum, L.  (2004). "Women and Desire:disruptions in engagement" in Psychotherapy and Politics International 2(2) 135-145. Whurr Publishers Ltd.

Eichenbaum, L. " Remote Control:mothers, sons and subjectivity". In  Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 2(1):75-86.

Eichenbaum, L., Orbach, S. (1993). "Feminine Subjectivity, Countertransference and the Mother-Daughter Relationship". In Daughtering and Mothering: female subjectivity reanalyzed. Van Mens-Verhulst (Ed.) London: Routledge.

Eichenbaum, L., Orbach, S.  (1984). "Feminist Psychoanalysis: theory and practice".  Brody, Claire (Ed.) In  Women Working With Women -new theory and process of feminist therapy . Springer Series.

Eichenbaum, L., Orbach, S.  (1995). "From Objects to Subjects".  British Journal of Psychotherapy 12 (1).

Gitlin, B., Zaphiropoulos, L. (2004) “Gaining Perspective: Transference and Countertransference, Eating Problems in Middle Age". Renfrew Perspective.

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