BONNIE J. BUCHELE, Ph.D.  PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS



"Today's Bridge Between Psychoanalysis and the Group World" with Prologue and Epilogue by Bonnie Buchele, Guest Editor, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 38 (4), 2018.

(with R. Klein, Ph.D.) "Reaching Our 75th Anniversary: A History of American Group Psychotherapy Association 1992-2017 -- Part 1" in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Volume 68, January 2018.

Commentary on “Toward Understanding and treating violence in America: Some contributions from group dynamic and group therapy perspectives”. In Violence in America: Group Therapists Reflect on Causes and Solutions. Routledge, 2017.

(with J. Scott Rutan, Ph.D.) “An Object Relations Theory Perspective”. In International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Volume 67, 2017.

Commentary on “Toward Understanding and treating violence in America: Some contributions from group dynamic and group therapy perspectives”. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 65 (2), pp. 273-284, 2015.

“Thinking About Our Work: More Thoughts About Romantic Love: in GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, Volume 37.3, Fall 2013.

“The AGPA Institute as a Boost to Therapist Resilience in a Post-9/11 World” in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Volume 62, October 2012.

"Group Psychotherapy with High-Functioning Adults Or, People Like Me!” in The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy (pp. 745-769). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2012.

“The Good Leader” in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Volume 61.2, April 2011.

Commentary on “The Interface of Psychic Trauma and Cultural Identity Within Arab American Groups Post-9/11” by Nora Alarifi Pharaon in Group, Volume 32.3, September 2008.

“Music of Churches, Gangs and Other Groups” in Group, Volume 32.2, June 2008.

(with R. Beck, RSCW; U. Bergmann, Ph.D.;A. Broden, M.D., CGP; Y. Danieli, Ph.D.; E. Rauch, LCSW, CGP) “Lessons Learned in Group Strategies for Survivors, Witnesses and Family Members”. In Group Interventions for Disaster Preparedness and Response (pp. 109-126). American Group Psychotherapy Association, 2008.

(with D. Altfeld, Ph.D.) “Serial Scapegoating.”. In Motherwell & Shay (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy: Pathways to Resolution (pp. 105-112). New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2005.

(with R. Beck, RSCW.) “In the Belly of the Beast: Traumatic Countertransference.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 55 (1), 2005, 31-44.

Buchele & Spitz (Eds.). Group Interventions for Treatment of Psychological Trauma. New York: American Group Psychotherapy Association, 2004.

“Group Psychotherapy for Survivors of Sexual and Physical Abuse.” In Klein & Schermer (Eds.), Group Psychotherapy For Psychological Trauma (pp.170-187). New York: Guilford Press, 2000.

Book Review on Betrayed as Boys by Richard Gartner. New York: The Guilford Press, 1999. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 49(4), 2001.

(with Ramon Ganzarain, M.D.) Fugitives of Incest: A Perspective from Psychoanalysis and Groups. Iwasaki Publishing Company, Tokyo, Japan. December 2000.

“Life’s Many Pieces: The Identity of the Group Psychotherapist.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50 (4), 2000, 419-436. “Clinical Case Presentation Discussion.” International Journal of Psychotherapy and Critical Thought, VI(1), 2000, 39-41.

“The Development of an Analytic Perspective in the Group Leader: Some Basic Thoughts.” Group, 21(4), 1997.

(with S. Wilkinson, Ph.D.; M.J. Peebles-Kleiger, Ph.D.; A. Brand Bartlett, M.S.; S. Nathan, Ph.D.; R. Benalcazar-Schmid, M.D.; M. Mintzer, M.D.; D. Everhart, M.D.) “Can We Be Both Women and Analysts?” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 44, Supplement, 1996, 529-555.

 

"Etiology and Management of Anger in Groups: A Psychodynamic View." International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 45(3), 1995, 275-285.

(with Ramon Ganzarain, M.D.) Incest Perpetrators in Group Therapy: A Psychodynamic Prospective. Bulletin of The Menninger Clinic, 54(3), Summer 1990.

(with Ramon Ganzarain, M.D.) Fugitives of Incest: A Perspective from Psychoanalysis and Groups. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1988.

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