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Hinton, A., Sherby, L. & Tenbusch, L. (1982). Getting Free: Women and Psychotherapy. New York: Grove Press.
Sherby, L.B. (1989). Love and hate in the treatment of borderline patients. Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Sherby, L.B. (2001). What if there were no ghosts: A dissociative perspective on “The Sixth Sense.” The
Sherby, L.B. (2004). Forced termination: When pain is shared. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 40:69-90.
Sherby, L.B. (2004). "Adaptation:" A study in creativity and inhibition. The Psychoanalytic Review, 91:443-456.
Sherby, L.B. (2005). Self-Disclosure: Seeking connection and protection. Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Sherby, L.B. (2005). The analyst’s unconscious contribution to the impasse: Commentary on paper by Stuart A.
Sherby, L.B. (2007). Rediscovering Fairbairn. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 43:185-203.
Sherby, L.B. (2009). Considerations on countertransference love. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 45:65-81.
Sherby, L.B. (2010). Journey. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. 6:113-119.
Sherby, L.B. (2011). Another voice. In Jeffery A. Kottler & Marilyn J. Montgomery (Eds), Theories of Counseling
Sherby, L.B. (2013). Love and Loss in Life and in Treatment. New York:
Sherby, L.B. (2013). Book Review: Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran
Save the Date: February 26, 2017. "'Inside Out:' The Story of Emotional Life,"Southeast Florida Association for
Love and hate in the treatment of borderline patients. Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychologists, Ann
Treatment of a borderline incest survivor: A case presentation. Michigan Psychoanalytic Council, Ann Arbor, MI,
Loving and hating: The treatment of borderline personality disorders. Southeast Florida Association for
Long term survival of trauma: A case presentation. Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology,
Contemporary psychoanalytic approaches to understanding and treating personality disorders. With Dr. Antonio
Ethical and legal issues in contemporary psychoanalytic practice. With Steinberg, Storch, and Virsida. Southeast
Psychoanalysis today: Implications for contemporary clinical practice. With Kammerling, Kruszel, Pusar, Steinberg,
Developing and maintaining a successful private practice: Personality dynamics, professional competence
Interaction as a mutative factor in psychoanalytic treatment: A case presentation. With members of the Southeast
Psychoanalytic technique: A case study. Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association
What if there were no ghosts: A dissociative perspective on “The Sixth Sense.” Southeast Florida Association for
The delicate balancing act of once-a-week treatment. International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education,
A dissociative perspective on “The Sixth Sense.” Michigan Psychoanalytic Council, Ann Arbor, MI, 2002.
“Adaptation”: A study in creativity and inhibition. Florida Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, Miami, FL, 2004.
The day-to-day workings of psychoanalysis: The routine. Division of Psychoanalysis of the American
The reality of time: Losses and endings in psychoanalysis – discussant. Division of Psychoanalysis of the
Rediscovering Fairbairn. Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Boca Raton, FL, 2006.
Countertransference love. Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Boca Raton, FL, 2009.
Love and hate in the therapeutic setting. Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology,
What If the "Black Swan" was in Treatment? Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology,
An Analyst Writes the Book Love and Loss: Self-Disclosure and Other Issues. Southeast Florida Association
Clinical Forum on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Multiple Perspectives, Commonalities and Differences. With
Therapeutic Passages: Mid-Life and Beyond. With Sheila Felberbaum. New Directions: Writing with a
Truth and Fiction: When Patient and Therapist Are Revealed. International Federation of Psychoanalytic
In Treatment Live: The Reluctant Patient. With Aaryn Post-Gottesfeld, Ph.D. Southeast Florida Association
The Therapist as Person: Dealing with Love and Loss, Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and
Omnipotence and Despair in the Treatment Rooms, Division of Psychoanalysis Spring Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2016.
Ethical Dilemmas: Ongoing Treatment with the Potentially violent Patient, Division of Psychoanalysis Spring
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