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- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2019). Anatomy of regret and reparation: Resolution of transference resistances through the combined use of the creative process and the mourning regrets groups. MindConsiliums, 19(1), 1-26.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2019). The psychoanalysis of writing blocks: Resolving repression/ dissociation of trauma. MindConsiliums, 19(3), 1-19.
- Schwartz, J. (2019). The Other Side of the Wind…A psychoanalytic perspective on the cinema of Orson Welles. MindConsiliums, 19(9), 1-25.
- Schept, S. (2019). Cain, Abel, The Malbim and Melanie Klein. MindConsiliums, 19(10), 1-13.
- Canul, G.D. (2017). Genealogical-PhotoTherapy as a tool for integrating my Mayan and Spanish origins. MindConsiliums, 17(3), 1-16.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2017). The dark side of creativity: Compulsions, blocks, and creations. MindConsiliums, 17(4), 1-29.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2016). Swallowed up by terror: The image of birds in Virginia Woolf and echoing images of terror in the internal world of patients: dissociated links to childhood. MindConsiliums, 16(6), 1-14.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2016). The historical reasons for the failure of Anne Sexton’s 1950s psychotherapy. MindConsiliums, 16(7), 1-15.
- Saraiva, M.J. (2015). Where there was no place for me to exist, I was left without me: Severe disorders brought by non-relationship, by non-love. MindConsiliums, 15(6), 1-9.
- Nobre, A. (2015). Psychoanalysis and the power of deconstruction-reconstruction of symbolic, semiotic, and existential life experiences—the talking cure in severe trauma. MindConsiliums, 15(7), 1-18.
- Ciacci, A. (2015). The tombs of the ego: Transgenerational trauma and failures of introjection. MindConsiliums, 15(8), 1-9.
- Kolsky, B. (2015). Empathy and secrecy: Discovering suicide as a form of addiction. MindConsiliums, 15(10), 1-1
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2015). An object relations approach to dreams: From protosymbolic to symbolic – in dream content and within the therapeutic object relationship. MindConsiliums, 15(11), 1-27.
- Schwartz, J. (2015). The secret of dreams and the case of Sigmund Freud (screenplay). MindConsiliums, 15(12), 1-92.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2014). Psychic structure and the capacity to mourn: Why narcissists cannot mourn. MindConsiliums, 14(1), 1-17.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2014). Erotic transference: A journey to passion and symbolization. MindConsiliums, 14(1), 19-43.
- Schwartz, J. (2014). Freud’s Irma Dream, the Origin of Psychoanalysis, and a Bloody Nose. MindCosiliums, 14(9), 1-49.
- Scott, C.A. (2013). Being human together: Empathy revisited. MindCosiliums, 13(9), 1-18
- Lilienthal, R. (2013). The Mother, the Mountain, and the Mature Self: Three Tests of Environmental and Engineering Ethics. MindCosiliums, 13(9), 20-37.
- Kavaler-Adler, S. (2013). Dialectics of mortality and immortality: Time as an internal and transitional object experience and time as a persecutory vs. a holding object. MindConsiliums, 13(12), 1-32.