Book Chapters

Fosha, D. (2002). The activation of affective change processes in AEDP. In J. J. Magnavita (Ed.). Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy. Vol. 1: Psychodynamic and Object Relations Psychotherapies New York: John Wiley & Sons. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha, D. (2003). Dyadic Regulation and Experiential Work with Emotion and Relatedness in Trauma and Disordered Attachment. In M. F. Solomon & D. J. Siegel (Eds.). Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body, and Brain. New York: Norton. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha, D. (2007). Transformance, Recognition of Self by Self, and Effective Action. In K. J. Schneider, (Ed.) Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy: Guideposts to the Core of Practice New York: Routledge. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha D. (2009). Emotion and recognition at work: Energy, vitality, pleasure, truth, desire & the emergent phenomenology of transformational experience. In D. Fosha, D. J. Siegel & M. F. Solomon (Eds.),  The healing power of emotion: Affective Neuroscience, Development, Clinical Practice (pp. 172-203). New York: Norton. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha, D. (2009) Healing Attachment Trauma with Attachment (and then some!). In M. Kerman (Ed.) Clinical pearls of wisdom: 21 leading therapists offer their key insights New York: Norton. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha, D. (2013). Turbocharging the affects of healing and redressing the evolutionary tilt. In D. J. Siegel & Marion F. Solomon (Eds). Healing moments in psychotherapy. Chapter 8 (pp. 129-168). New York: Norton. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Fosha, D., Paivio, S. C., Gleiser, K. & Ford, J. (2009). Experiential and emotion-focused therapy. In C. Courtois & J. D. Ford (Eds.), Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders: An Evidence-Based Clinician’s Guide. Chapter 14,  pp. 286-311. New York: Guilford Press. (Go to Researchgate page for the book)

Fosha, D., & Yeung, D. (2006). AEDP exemplifies the seamless integration of emotional transformation and dyadic relatedness at work. In G. Stricker & J. Gold (Eds.), A Casebook of Psychotherapy Integration. Washington DC: APA Press. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Prenn, N. (2009). I Second That Emotion! On Self-Disclosure and Its Metaprocessing. In A. Bloomgarden and R. B. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed: Therapists Speak About Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy. New York: Routledge. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Tunnell, G. (2011). An Attachment Perspective on the First Interview. In C. Silverstein (Ed.), The Initial Psychotherapy Interview: A Gay Man Seeks Treatment. New York: Elsevier Insight Books. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

Tunnell, G. (2012). Gay Male Couple Therapy: An Attachment-Based Model. In J. J. Bigner & J. L. Wetchler (Eds.), Handbook of LGBT-Affirmative Couple and Family Therapy. London: Routledge. (Go to Amazon page for the book)

In Journals

Fosha, D. (2000). Meta-therapeutic processes and the affects of transformation: Affirmation and the healing affectsJournal of Psychotherapy Integration. 10, 71-97.

Fosha, D. (2001). The dyadic regulation of affectJournal of Clinical Psychology/In Session. 57 (2), 227-242.

Fosha, D. (2001). Trauma reveals the roots of resilience. Special September 11th Issue. Constructivism in the Human Sciences. 6 (1 & 2), 7-15.

Fosha, D. (2001). Change: Emotion, body and relatedness. In A. Guerini, F. Osimo, & M. Bacciagaluppi (Eds.). Core Factors in Experiential Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. Quaderni di Psichiatria Pratica. 17/18, 105-116.

Fosha, D. (2004). “Nothing that feels bad is ever the last step:” The role of positive emotions in experiential work with difficult emotional experiences. Special issue on Emotion, L. Greenberg (Ed.). Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. 11, 30-43.

Fosha, D. (2004). Brief integrative psychotherapy comes of age: reflectionsJournal of Psychotherapy Integration. 14, 66-92.

Fosha, D. (2005). Emotion, true self, true other, core state: toward a clinical theory of affective change processPsychoanalytic Review. 92 (4), 513-552.

Fosha, D. (2006). Quantum transformation in trauma and treatment: Traversing the crisis of healing changeJournal of Clinical Psychology/In Session. 62 (5), 569-583.

Fosha, D. (2007). AEDP: Transformance In ActionConnections & Reflections.

Fosha, D. (2007). “Good Spiraling:” The Phenomenology of Healing and the Engendering of Secure Attachment in AEDPConnections & Reflections. Summer 2007.

Fosha D. (2009). Emotion and recognition at work: energy, vitality, pleasure, truth, desire & the emergent phenomenology of transformational experience. In D. Fosha, D. J. Siegel & M. F. Solomon (Eds.),  The healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development, clinical practice (pp. 172-203). New York: Norton. Also reprinted in The Neuropsychotherapist. Jul/Sep 2013 (2), 28-51.

Fosha, D. (2009). Positive affects and the transformation of suffering into flourishing. W. C. Bushell, E. L. Olivo, & N. D. Theise (Eds.) Longevity, regeneration, and optimal health: Integrating Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 252-261). New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Fosha, D. (2013). A heaven in a wild flower: self, dissociation, and treatment in the context of the neurobiological core selfPsychoanalytic Inquiry33, 496-523. DOI: 10.108007351690.2013.815067

Fosha, D. (2013). Speculations on emergence: working the edge of transformational experience and neuroplasticityInternational Neuropsychotherapy Magazine, 2013, 1 (1), 120-121. Also in The Neuropsychotherapist, Issue I,

Fosha, D., & Slowiaczek, M. L. (1997). Techniques for accelerating dynamic psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 51, 229–251.

Gleiser, K., Ford, J. D., & Fosha, D. (2008). Exposure and experiential therapies for complex posttraumatic stress disorderPsychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. 45 (3), 340-360.

Hendel, H. J. (2015). It’s Not Always DepressionNew York Times, March 10, 2015.

Hendel, H. J. (2015). The Healing Power of Hugs. New York Times, September 1, 2015.

Lamagna, J. (2011). Of the Self, by the Self, and for the Self: An Intra-relational Perspective on Intra-psychic Attunement and Psychological ChangeJournal of Psychotherapy Integration. 21 (3), 280–307.

Lamagna, J., & Gleiser, K. (2007). Building a secure internal attachment: An intra-relational approach to ego strengthening and emotional processing with chronically traumatized clientsJournal of Trauma and Dissociation. 8 (1), 25-52.

Lipton, B., & Fosha, D. (2011). Attachment as a Transformative Process in AEDP: Operationalizing the Intersection of Attachment Theory and Affective NeuroscienceJournal of Psychotherapy Integration. 21 (3), 253-279.

Prenn, N. (2011). Mind the Gap: AEDP Interventions Translating Attachment Theory into Clinical PracticeJournal of Psychotherapy Integration. 21 (3), 308–329.

Russell, E., & Fosha, D. (2008). Transformational affects and core state in AEDP: The emergence and consolidation of joy, hope, gratitude and confidence in the (solid goodness of the) self. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. 18 (2), 167-190.

Shapiro, S. (2009). It’s Not About YouPsychotherapy Networker Magazine, Jan/Feb 2009, 23-24.

Tunnell, G. (2006). An affirmation approach to treating gay male couplesGroup. 30 (2), 133-151.