Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy Foundation, Inc.

Phone: 617.431.6748

Publications by NSGP Members

Alonso A, Rutan JS. Object relations theory and its impact on psychodynamic group therapy. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1984; 141(11): 1376-1380.

Alonso A, Rutan JS, The experience of shame and the restoration of self-respect in group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 1988: 38(1): 3-14.

Alonso, A, Rutan, JS. Activity/Nonactivity and the group therapist: "Don't just do something, sit there!" Group 1996; 20(1):43-55.

Alonso, A, The Psychodynamic Approach, Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment. (2nd Ed.) Baltimore : Williams and Wilkins, 1989: 37-58.

Alonso, A. The Quiet Profession: Supervisors of Psychotherapy. New York : Macmillan Publishing Co., 1993.

Benson, J. F., Moore, R., Kapur, R., Rice, C. A., (2005), Management of intense countertransference in group psychotherapy conducted in situations of civic conflict. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy: 55:1, 63-86

Carpenter, J.T. (2003). Men with attitude: Essentials and paradoxes in the group therapy of violent and aggressive men. In B. Schwartz (Ed.). Correctional psychology: Practice, programming, and administration. Kingston, NJ : Civic Research Institute, Inc.

Carpenter, J.T. (1977). Meditation, esoteric traditions - Contributions to psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 31, 394-404.

Carpenter, J.T. (2003). Therapeutic community: Or, Wherever you go there you (might be). The Joint Newsletter of the Association of Therapeutic Communities, the Charterhouse Group of Therapeutic Communities, and the Planned Environment Therapy Trust, 7(March), 3-4.

Carpenter, J.T. (2004). Back to the future: F. Alexander (1963) reconsidered. The Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 14(4), 360-370.

Carpenter, J.T. (2007, November/December). Sex in the stone city - Behind prison walls. The National Psychologist, 16(6), 11.

Counselman, E.F. (2008). Why study group therapy? International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, (in press).

Counselman, E.F. (2005). Containing and using powerful therapist reactions. In Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy, Motherwell, L., and Shay, J.J. New York : Brunner-Routledge, 155-165.

Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R. L. (2004). Organizing and maintaining peer supervision groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 125-143.

Counselman, E.F. & Weber, R. L. (2002). Changing the guard: Transferring leadership of an established therapy group. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52(3), 373-386.

Gans, J.S. (1992). Money and psychodynamic group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 42, 133-152.

Gans, J.S. & Alonso, A. (1998). Difficult patients: Their construction in group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 48, 311-326

Gans, J.S. & Counselman, E.F. (2000). Silence in group psychotherapy: A powerful communication. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50, 71-86.

Gans, J.S. & Weber, R.L. (2000). The detection of shame in group psychotherapy: Uncovering the hidden emotion. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 50, 381-396.

Gans, J.S. (2006). My abiding therapeutic core: Its emergence over time. Voices, 42, 14-28.

Hawley, N.M. (2007). Beyond Success: You’ve Made It – Now What? Women’s Business – Boston, August.

MacColl, Gregory, J. (2007). A 9/11 Parent Support Group. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 57 (3) 347-366.

McIntyre, J.R. and Hawley, N.M. (2008). Intimate Leadership: The Power of Couples in Business Together. California: W Business Books.

McIntyre, J.R. and Hawley, N.M. (2007). The Seven Intelligences of Leadership®: A Template for Leadership. IndUS Business Journal, January.

McIntyre, J.R. and Hawley, N.M. (2006). Communication: The Language of Leadership. Enlignment, Inc., Newsletter, Q3.

McIntyre, J.R. and Hawley, N.M. (2006). Intimate Leadership: The Power within Business Couples. The Independent Consultant, 11 (pp. 11-13).

Moore, R, & Rice, C.A. (2008) Group supervision for trauma therapists following civil war, Group (in press).

Motherwell, L. & Prudent, S. (1998). Childlessness and group psychotherapy: Psychological and sociological perspectives. Group, 22,145-157.

Motherwell, L. (2002). Women, money and psychodynamic group psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52, 49-66.

Motherwell, L., Houde, S., & Rutan, S. (2004). When patients return to group therapy. Group, 28, 1-14.

Motherwell, L., & Shay, J.J. (Eds.). (2005). Complex Dilemmas in Group Psychotherapy. New York : Brunner-Routledge.

Navaro, L., & Schwartzberg, S.L (Eds.). (2007). Envy, Competition, and Gender: Theory, Clinical Applications and Group Work. London: Routledge.

Osborne, Judy (1983). Stepfamilies: The Restructuring Process. Boston : EmiJo Publications.

Osborne, Judy (1978). My Teacher Said Goodbye Today: Planning for the End of the School Year. Boston : EmiJo Publications.

Rice, C.A., & Kapur, R. (2002). The impact of the Troubles on therapy groups in Northern Ireland, Group 26:3, 247-264.

Rice, C.A. & Benson, J. (2005). Hungering for revenge: The Irish Famine, the Troubles and shame-rage cycles, and their role in group therapy in Northern Ireland, Group Analysis, 38 (2):219-235

Rice, C. A. (2008) Arriving where I started, Group (in press)

Rutan, J.S., Stone, W.N., Shay, J.J. (2007). Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. (4th Edition) New York : The Guilford Press.

Rutan, J.S. Treating difficult patients in groups. (2005) In L. Motherwell and J.J. Shay (Eds.), Complex Dilemmas in Group Therapy: Pathways To Resolution (pp. 41-49). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Rutan, J.S.(2003). Sandor Ferenczi's contributions to psychodynamic group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 53 (3), 375-384.

Rutan, J.S. (1992). Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 42(1):19-35.

Rutan J.S., Alonso A., Groves, J.E. (1988). Understanding Defenses in Group Therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,38(4): 459-472.

Schmelzer, G. & Motherwell, L. (2005). Women, psychotherapy, and the experience of play. In Mirkin, M., Okun, B. and Suyemoto, K. (Eds.). Psychotherapy With Women: Exploring Diverse Contexts and Identities. New York: Guilford Press.

Schwartzberg, S.L., Howe, M.C., & Barnes, M.A. (2008). Groups: Applying the Functional Group Model. Philadelphia: FA Davis.

Shapiro, E.L. & Ginzberg, R. (2001). The persistently neglected sibling relationship and its applicability to group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 51, 327-341.

Shapiro, E.L. & Ginzberg, R. (2002). Parting gifts: Termination rituals in group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 52, 319-336.

Shapiro, E.L. & Ginzberg, R. (2003). To accept or not to accept: Referrals and the maintenance of boundaries. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 34, 258-263.

Shapiro, E.L. All about Adam: Response to a Clinical Dilemma. In L. Motherwell & J. Shay (Eds.), Complex dilemmas in group therapy (pp. 61-64). New York: Brunner- Routledge.

Shapiro, E.L. & Ginzberg, R. (2006). Buried Treasure: Money, Ethics and Countertransference. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 56, 477-494.

Shay, J.J. (2008) A chair is not a chair is not a chair. In S. S. Fehr (Ed.), 101 interventions in group therapy. Haworth Press, pub. date 2008.

Shay, J.J., & Maltas , C.P. (1998). Corralling the Marlboro Man: Reluctant men in couple therapy. In W. S. Pollack & R. F. Levant (Eds.), New psychotherapy for men (pp. 97-126). New York: Wiley.

Shay, J.J., & Wheelis, J. (Eds.) (2000). Odysseys in psychotherapy. New York: Ardent Media.

Sigmund, J. A. (2004, January). A case report on spirituality. Psychiatric Times, 56-8.

Sigmund, J. A. (2003). Spirituality and trauma: The role of clergy in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Religion and Health, 42(3), 221-9.

Sigmund, J. A. (2002). Religion, spirituality, and spiritualism [Letter to the editor]. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 159(12), 2117-8.

Sigmund, J. A. (2002, November). Pastoral counseling: What is it, and when can it help? Current Psychiatry, 49-57.

Sigmund, J. A. (2002, June 7). Careers in academic psychiatry begin in residency. Psychiatric News, 15.

Silverstein J. (1997). Acting out in group therapy: avoiding authority struggles. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 47, 31-45.

Silverstein J. (1993). Secrets versus privacy in group psychotherapy. Group, 17, 107-114.

Silverstein J. (1994). Power and sexuality: the influence of early object relations. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 11, 33-46.

Silverstein J. (1998). Countertransference in marital therapy for infidelity. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 24, 293-301.

Silverstein J. (1996). Exhibitionism as countershame. Journal of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 3,33-46.

Wallach, T. (2006). Conflict transformation: A group relations perspective. In M. Fitzduff & C. E. Stout (Eds.), The psychology of resolving global conflicts: From war to peace (Vol. 1, pp. 285-306). U.K.: Praeger Security International.

Wallach, T. (2004). Transforming conflict: A group relations perspective. Peace and Conflict Studies, 11(1), 76-95.

Wallach, T. (2002). Leadership and dialogue in conditions of uncertainty: A view from the outside, published online at

Wallach, T. (1994). Gender and competition in group psychotherapy. Group, 18(1), 29-36.