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Certificate of Training in Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic ... Fellow, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (elected in 1982).
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CURRICULUM VITAE MICHAEL J. DIAMOND, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate in Clinical Psychology ADDRESS:

615 Hanley Way Los Angeles, CA 90049-1931

BIRTHPLACE:

Los Angeles, CA

TELEPHONE: (310) 472-9499

WIFE'S NAME:

Linda Feldsott Diamond

FAX NUMBER: (310) 472-5317

CHILDREN:

Maya Emily Diamond Alex Eli Diamond

E-MAIL: [email protected]

WEBSITE: drmichaeljdiamond.com

EDUCATIONAL DEGREES B.A. Magna cum laude, University of California at Los Angeles, 1966 (with highest honors in Psychology). Ph.D., Stanford University, 1970 (in Clinical and Experimental/Social-Personality Psychology). Certificate of Training in Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, 1992; Psy.D. in Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, 2000. ACCREDITATIONS AND LICENSURE Training and Supervising Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies. Diplomate in Clinical Psychology (#4131), American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP); Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Psychology (FAACP). Member, International Psychoanalytical Association. Member, Psychologist-Psychoanalyst Practitioners (Section 1), Division of Psychoanalysis (Division 39), American Psychological Association. Diplomate in Clinical Hypnosis (#198), American Board of Psychological Hypnosis (ABPH). 1

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Licensed Psychologist, State of California (PSY 4655). Health Service Provider (#19058), National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. HONORS AND AWARDS Distinguished Clinician of 2005, Award Presented to the “Outstanding Psychoanalyst of the Year” by the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR), New York City, New York. Fellow, American Psychological Association (elected in 1984) - Divisions 12 (Clinical Psychology), 29 (Psychotherapy), 30 (Psychological Hypnosis), 39 (Psychoanalysis), 42 (Independent Practice), and 51 (Men and Masculinity). Jean L. Sanville Award for Best Original Paper in Psychoanalysis presented by the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, 1998. Book of the Year Award (Becoming A Father) presented by the American Journal of Nursing (Professional Journal of the American Nurses' Association), 1996. Roy M. Dorcus Award for Best Clinical Paper in Hypnosis presented by the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1988. Milton H. Erickson Award of Scientific Excellence for Writing in Hypnosis presented by the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, awarded consecutively in 1986 and 1987. Fellow, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (elected in 1987). Fellow, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (elected in 1982). Winner, the University of Hawaii Regents Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1972: First Alternate, Frances Davis Memorial Award for "Dedicated and Innovative Undergraduate Teaching" 1972: and, named for excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Associated Students of Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1971. Recipient of Postgraduate Center Advanced Training Program Fellowship, Wright Institute Los Angeles (1980); National Institute of Mental Health Pre-Doctoral Traineeship (1968-1970); Veterans Administration Pre-Doctoral Traineeship (1967-1968); United States Public Health Traineeship (1966-1967); Two (2) National Science Foundation Research Fellowships (1965-1966); and Flint Fellowship at the University of California at Los Angeles (1965). 2

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Graduate with Highest Honors, University of California at Los Angeles (1966); Deans Honor List, University of California at Los Angeles (1964-1966). Member, Phi Beta Kappa (elected in 1966); Phi Eta Sigma (elected in 1964); and Society of the Sigma Xi (elected in 1971). Listed in Marquis' Who's Who in America (West), 1975-; in American Men and Women of Science: Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1978; Outstanding Young Men of America, 1981; and Who's Who in California, 1988-. CURRENT POSITIONS Psychologist in private practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, CA. Teaching Faculty and Supervising Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies. Teaching and Supervisory Faculty, Wright Institute Los Angeles Postgraduate Center and Clinic. Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Bio-Behavioral Sciences, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California at Los Angeles. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES Active Attending Staff, UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital, 1990-; Active Medical Staff, CPC Westwood Hospital, Los Angeles, 1987-1992. Co-Editor, Guilford Press Book Series on Advances in Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (with H. Pettinati), 1985-. Member, Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, 1992-. Chair, Membership Committee, 2003-2007; Chair, Ethics Committee, 2001-2003; Co-Chair, Extension Program, 1999-2001; Co-Chair, Admissions Committee, 1998-2000; Member, 1996-1998; 2001-2006; Chair, Publications and Research Committee, 19931997. Editorial Board Member, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2003--; Psychotherapy, 19851994; Editorial Board Member, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1984-; American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Press, 1995--. Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer (1970-): American Psychologist

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Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Contemporary Hypnosis Journal of Abnormal Psychology Journal of Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Experimental Hypnosis Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Psychological Bulletin The Clinical Psychologist International Journal of Psychoanalysis

Program Committee, Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, Annual Spring Meeting, 1995; Member, Nominations and Elections Committee, Section 1, Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, 1997-. Examination Commissioner, Psychology Examining Committee (Board of Medical Quality Assurance), State of California, 1979-. California State Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee Council of Supervisors and Therapists (Ethics and Professional Help For Psychologist Colleagues), 1984-1990. Executive Board Member, American Board of Psychological Hypnosis, 1987-1990. President, Board Member-at-Large, and Secretary, Division of Psychological Hypnosis (Div. 30.), American Psychological Association, 1979-1990. Executive Council Member, Library and Records Committee Member, and Committee on Research Member, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1980-1987 President, Program Vice President, and Executive Board Member, Southern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis, 1979-1984. Ad Hoc Workshop Faculty and/or Chair (1977-): American Academy of Psychotherapists American Psychological Association Continuing Education Workshops American Society of Clinical Hypnosis American Society of Hypnosis California State Psychological Association Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis Appalachian Psychoanalytic Society Section I, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American Psychological

Division of Psychotherapy, American Psychological Association International Congress of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Southeastern Psychological Association Continuing Education Workshops Western Psychological Association Southwestern Psychoanalytic Society Southern California Chapter, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), American 4

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Director Laboratory of Cognitive Behavior Control, Psychology Department, University of Hawaii, 1970-1974. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES International Psychoanalytical Association (Fellow) American Psychological Association: Fellow, Division of Clinical Psychology (12); Division of Psychotherapy (29); Division of Hypnosis (30); Division of Psychoanalysis (39); Division of Independent Practice (42); and Division of Men and Masculinity (51). Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (Fellow). American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (Fellow). Association For the Advancement of Psychology AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE AND INTEREST Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic developmental, object relations, ego psychological theory, and intersubjectivity. Treatment issues with patients traumatically abused as children, including borderline personalities. Psychoanalytic perspectives on dissociative processes, hypnosis, and altered states of consciousness. Training issues and supervision in clinical psychology.

Masculinity, fathering, and gender identity development. Unconscious group processes, psychohistory, and group psychotherapy. Cross-cultural psychology and its clinical interface. Psychoanalytic couples therapy and psychoanalytic perspectives on intimacy Psychoanalytic perspectives on family-run business issues and consultation Management/Business consultation. Forensic issues in clinical psychology.

TRAINING EXPERIENCE Candidate (Clinical Associate), Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies - Training as psychoanalyst, 1984-1991. Post-doctoral Fellow, Wright Institute Postgraduate Center Advanced Training Program Training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, 1980-1982. 5

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Pre-doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology, Palo Alto (CA) Veterans Administration Hospital (APA Approved), 1967-1968. Practicum and Advanced Practicum Student, Stanford University Counseling and Testing Center, 1966-1967; 1969-1970. Teaching Assistant, Psychology Department, Stanford University, 1968-1970. Paraprofessional Mental Hospital Aid, Camarillo (CA) State Mental Hospital, 1965-1966. Clinical Psychology Research Assistant, University of California at Los Angeles (Behavior Modification - autistic children and adolescent delinquents), 1964-1966. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ACADEMIC TEACHING POSITIONS: Full-time Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Semester-at-Sea Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 1980. Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii (Clinical and SocialPersonality Divisions), and Director, Laboratory of Cognitive Behavior Control, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, 1970-1974. Visiting Prof. of Psychology, World Campus Afloat, Chapman College, Orange, CA, 1974. Part-time Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Bio-behavioral Sciences, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California at Los Angeles, 1978-. Faculty and Supervisor, Wright Institute Postgraduate Center and Clinic, Los Angeles, 1983-; Faculty, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, 1993-; Faculty, Psychoanalytic Division, Cambridge Graduate School of Psychology, Los Angeles, 1983-1990; Faculty, California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles, 1978-1980. Supervisor, Wright Institute Los Angeles Postgraduate Clinic (Los Angeles), 1982-; Field Supervisor, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1976-1980.

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Psychologist in private practice, Los Angeles, CA, 1976-present. Santa Fe, NM, 1975. Honolulu, HI, 1971-1974 (individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, conjoint and group psychotherapy; supervision; assessment; and consultation). Coordinator of Psychological Services, Semester at Sea Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 1980. Itinerary included Asia, India, Mideast and Europe. Chief Psychologist, Airport-Marina (Community Mental Health) Counseling Services, Los Angeles, CA, 1976-1979 (selection, training and supervision of psychology trainees; staff development; research; individual and conjoint therapy). Clinical Consultant, Associates for Behavior Change, North Hollywood, CA, 1976-1977 (management consultation; training; and group relations). Chief Psychologist, La Puerta (Methadone Drug Treatment Center), Inc., Santa Fe, NM, 1975 (diagnosis; individual, conjoint, and group therapy; and program development). Psychologist, New Mexico State Community Mental Health Services (Santa Fe Clinic), Santa Fe, NM, 1975 (assessment and psychotherapy). Co-Coordinator of Counseling Services, World Campus Afloat, Chapman College, Orange, CA, 1974. Itinerary included Asia, India, and Africa. CONSULTATION POSITIONS (CLINICAL, COMMUNITY, AND RESEARCH VARIED-TERM, 1970-) Forensic Consultation/Expert Witness for Defense and/or Plaintiff in Criminal and Civil Cases (1975-present): King & Ballow, Esq. (Lynn Siegel, Esq.), [Willia v. Tom James Co., Superior Court of the State of CA, Los Angeles County, CA, 1998]; King & Ballow, Esq. (Lynn Siegel, Esq.), [McMahon v. Ingram Micro Inc., Orange County, CA, 1997-98]; William Graysen, Esq. [People v. Buffington, Van Nuys Municipal Court, CA, 1996); Griffith & Thornburgh, Esq. (L. Donald Boden, Esq.), [Trust of R. Adams, Kelly, et al v. Harper, et al, Superior Court of the State of CA, Santa Barbara, CA, 1994]; Nancy Ruth Hoffman, Esq. [Lewis v. Stanton, Los Angeles, CA, 1993]; Rigg & Dean, Esq. (David M. Gray, Esq.), [Aldaco v. City of La Habra, Superior Court of the State of CA, Orange, CA, 1991]; Superior Court of the State of CA, Riverside County [People v. Crawley & Linn, Riverside, CA, 1983]; Butler, Jefferson & Dan, Esq. (Raymond L. Henke, Esq.), [Shelton v. Kaiser Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1980-1]; Superior Court of the State of CA, Orange County [(People v. Crane, Santa Ana, CA, 1979]; Public Defender's Department, Santa Fe County District Court (Santa Fe, NM, 1975).

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Business Consultation (1972-present): Consultant and Partner, Family Business Solutions Los Altos, CA, 1992-present (consultant to family businesses); Associates for Behavior Change, North Hollywood, CA, 1975-1977 (management consultation; training; and group relations); R. Kotila and Associates (Mill Valley, CA, 1972-74). Provider (Inactive): Aetna Health Plans of California (San Bernardino, CA); Blue Shield of California; CMG Behavioral Health of California (Los Angeles); General Psychological Services (Washington, D.C.); GreenSpring Health Services (Columbia, MD); Health Care COMPARE Corp. (Sacramento, CA); Matrix (Gahanna, OH); PPO Alliance Plus (Woodland Hills, CA); Preferred Mental Health Management (Wichita, KS); PruCare of California (Van Nuys, CA); UCLA Medical Group/Met Life Health Care (Westport, CT); Vista Health Plans (California Psychological Health Plan, L.A.). Antioch University (Mentor Faculty); Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, CA); Milton H. Erickson Institute (Albuquerque, NM); King Kalakaua Clinic for Psychotherapy (Honolulu, HI). Hypnosis Research Project, Psychology Department, University of New Mexico; Project Cheer (Mentally Retarded Children), San Diego State University. Social Actions Program (Race Relations and Counselor Training), United States Air Force (PACAF), Yokota (Japan) and Hickam (HI) Air Bases; Oahu State Prison (Inmate Rehabilitation Program), Honolulu, HI. New Mexico Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (Psychological Assessments), Santa Fe, NM. Hawaii State Hospital (Psychology Training Program), Kaneohe, HI; Hawaii Department of Education (Counselor Training Program), Honolulu; Hawaii Youth Leadership Institute (Communications Training), Honolulu; Hawaii Department of Agriculture (Human Relations Program), Honolulu and Hilo; Queen's (Hawaii) Medical Center (Mental Health Training Program), Honolulu; Waikiki Drug Clinic, Honolulu. University of Hawaii's Counseling and Testing Center; Honolulu (HI) Community College (Management Communications); Kapiolani (HI) Community College (Counselor's Training Program). PUBLICATIONS Diamond, M.J. (2007). My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other Throughout Their Lives. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., February 2007. 8

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Diamond, M.J. (2007). A review of “Love and Its Vicissitudes”by Andre Green & Gregorio Kohon. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 27: 44-45. Diamond, M.J. (2006). Masculinity unraveled: The roots of male gender identity and the shifting of male ego ideals throughout life. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 54: 1099-1130. Diamond, M.J. (2006). It may look oedipal but …: Reply to Larry Josephs. The Round Robin (Newsletter of Psychoanalytic Practitioners, Section 1, APA Division 39), Winter 2006, 8-10. Diamond, M.J. (2005). The roots of masculinity: A contemporary psychoanalytic perspective on the initial construction of manhood. The Round Robin (Newsletter of Psychoanalytic Practitioners, Section 1, APA Division 39), Fall 2005, 1, 10-16. Diamond, M.J. (2004). The shaping of masculinity: Revisioning boys turning away From their mothers to reconstruct male gender identity. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 85: 359-380. Diamond, M.J. (2004). Accessing the multitude within: A psychoanalytic perspective on the transformation of masculinity at mid-life. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 85: 45-64. (Reprinted in L’annee psychanalytique internationale, 2005, 3: 37-57). Diamond, M.J. (2004). A review of “Self-Hatred in Psychoanalysis: Detoxifying the Persecutory Object” edited by Jill Savege Scharff & Stanley A. Tsigounis. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 24: 66. Diamond, M.J. (2000). The long and winding road from concept to practice: The intersubjective shaping of psychoanalytically informed technique in contemporary hypnosis—A commentary upon and extension of Baker’s “Reflections on the hypnotic relationship.” International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 48: 70-85. Diamond, M.J. (1999). Rapprochement at the millennium: A historically oriented commentary on T.X. Barber’s “A Comprehensive Three Dimensional Theory of Hypnosis.” Contemporary Hypnosis, 16: 144-145. Diamond, M.J. (1998). Fathers with sons: Psychoanalytic perspectives on "good enough" fathering throughout the life cycle. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 3: 243-299. Diamond, M.J. (1997). Boys to Men: The maturing of masculine gender identity through paternal watchful protectiveness. Gender and Psychoanalysis, 2: 443-468. 9

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Diamond, M.J. (1997). The unbearable agony of being: Interpreting tormented states of mind in the psychoanalysis of sexually traumatized patients. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 61: 495-519. Diamond, M.J. (1995). Someone to watch over me: The father as the original protector of the mother-infant dyad. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 12:89-102. Shapiro, J.L., Diamond, M.J., & Greenberg, M. (1995). Becoming A Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives. NY: Springer. Winner, American Journal of Nursing 1996 Book of the Year Award. Diamond, M.J. (1995). The emergence of the father as the watchful protector of the mother-infant dyad. Chapter In J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg's (Eds.), Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives. NY: Springer, pp. 243-252. Shapiro, J.L., Diamond, M.J., & Greenberg, M. (1995). Introduction. Chapter In J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg's (Eds.) Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives. NY: Springer, pp. 3-14. Diamond, M.J. (1994). A review of "In a Time of Fallen Heroes: The Re-Creation of Masculinity" by William Betcher & William Pollack. Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 14: 15-16. Diamond, M.J. (1994). A review of "Handbook of Clinical Hypnosis" by Judith W. Rhue, Steven J. Lynn, & Irving Kirsch. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 37: 146148. Diamond, M.J. (1993). A review of "The Cry for Myth" by Rollo May. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 36: 137-139. Diamond, M.J. (1993). A review of "Fathers Who Fail: Shame and Psychopathology in the Family System" by Melvin R. Lansky. Psychotherapy, 30: 699-700. Diamond, M.J. (1993). A question of filling in the gaps: A master class commentary. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 41: 261-264. Diamond, M.J. (1993). A review of "The Hypnotic Brain: Hypnotherapy and Social Communication" by Peter Brown. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 57: 120-121. Diamond, M.J. (1992). Creativity needs in becoming a father. Journal of Men's Studies, 1: 41-45.

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Diamond, M.J. (1992). A review of "Interpretation and Interaction: Psychoanalysis or Psychotherapy?" by Jerome D. Oremland. Psychotherapy, 29: 509. Diamond, M.J. (1991). A review of "The Empathic Imagination" by Alfred Margulies. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 33: 192-194. Diamond, M.J. (1990). A review of "A Secure Base" by John Bowlby. Psychotherapy, 27: 661-662. Diamond, M.J. (1989). Stagnation, chaos, and severe character neuroses. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 6: 455-473. Diamond, M.J. (1989). Is hypnotherapy art or science? American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 32: 11-12. Diamond, M.J. (1989). The cognitive skills model: An emerging paradigm for investigating hypnotic phenomena. In N.P. Spanos & J.F. Chaves' (Eds.), Hypnosis: The Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, pp. 380399. Diamond, M.J. (1988). A review of "Models of the Mind" by Arnold Rothstein. Journal of Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy, 7: 350-351. Diamond, M.J. (1988). Accessing archaic involvement: Toward unraveling the mystery of Erickson's hypnosis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 36: 141-156. Diamond, M.J. (1987). The interactional basis of hypnotic experience: On the relational dimensions of hypnosis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 35: 95-115. (Reprinted in Imagination, 1993, 2: 5-32). Winner, Roy M. Dorcus Award for Best Clinical Paper in Hypnosis, 1988. Diamond, M.J. (1987). A review of "Clinical Hypnosis: A Multidisciplinary Approach" by William C. Wester & Alexander H. Smith. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 35: 59-60. Diamond, M.J. (1986). Becoming a father: A psychoanalytic perspective on the forgotten parent. The Psychoanalytic Review, 73: 445-468. (Reprinted in R.M. Friedman & L. Lerner's, Eds., Toward a New Psychology of Men: Psychoanalytic and Social Perspectives, NY: Guilford Press, 1987; and in J.L. Shapiro, M.J. Diamond, & M. Greenberg's, Eds., Becoming a Father: Social, Developmental, and Clinical Perspectives, NY: Springer, 1995, pp. 268-285.

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Diamond, M.J. (1986). The veracity of ideomotor signals. In B. Zilbergeld, M.G. Edelstein, and D.L. Araoz's (Eds.), Hypnosis: Questions and Answers. NY: W.W. Norton, pp. 47-49. Diamond, M.J. (1986). Hypnotically augmented psychotherapy: The major contributions of the hypnotically trained clinician. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 28: 238-247. Winner, Milton H. Erickson Award for Writing in Hypnosis, 1987. Diamond, M.J. & Waggoner, M.L. (1986). The effects of short-term psychotherapy on cardiac clients and their families. International Journal of Eclectic Psychotherapy, 5: 167-178. Diamond, M.J. (1986). Hard times for the writers of the purple sage. A review of Michael D. Yapko's "Trancework: An Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis." Contemporary Psychology, 31: 89-90. Diamond, M.J. (1985). When the knight regains his armor: An indirect psychodynamically-based brief hypnotherapy of an ego-dystonic sexual impulse disorder. In E.T. Dowd & J.M. Healy's (Eds.), Case Studies in Hypnotherapy, NY: Guilford Press, pp. 71-82. Diamond, M.J. (1984). It takes two to tango: Some thoughts on the neglected importance of the hypnotist in an interactive hypnotherapeutic relationship, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 27: 3-13. (Reprinted in Hypnos: Swedish Journal of Hypnosis In Psychotherapy and Psychosomatic Medicine, 1986, 13: 122-133). Winner, Milton H. Erickson Award for Writing in Hypnosis, 1986. Diamond, M.J. (1984). Other voices: The future of hypnosis. In G.J. Pratt, D.P. Wood, & B.M. Alman's (Eds.) A Clinical Hypnosis Primer. La Jolla, CA: Psychology and Consulting Associates Press, pp. 338-340. Diamond, M.J. (1984). A review of "Hypnosis and Experience: The Exploration of Phenomena and Process" by Peter W. Sheehan and Kevin M. McConkey. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 32: 388-390. Diamond, M.J. (1983). Therapeutic indications in applying an innovative hypnotherapeutic technique: The client-as-hypnotist. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 25: 242-247. Diamond, M.J. (1983). A review of "My Voice Will Go With You: The Teaching Tales of Milton H. Erickson" by Sidney Rosen. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 53: 560-561.

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Diamond, M.J. (1983). An hypnotic induction technique to induce therapist trance: The client-as-therapist. In J. Hariman's (Ed.), The Therapeutic Efficacy of the Major Psychotherapeutic Techniques. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 69-73. (Reprinted in the Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis, 1992, 13: 15-19). Diamond, M.J. (1982). Modifying hypnotic experience by means of indirect hypnosis and hypnotic skill training: An update (1981). Research Communications In Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavior, 7: 233-239. Diamond, M.J. (1982). A review of "Clinical Hypnosis in Medicine" and "Theoretical and Clinical Aspects of Hypnosis" edited by Harold J. Wain. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 24: 301-302. Diamond, M.J. (1981). Trance as transition: Finding where the feelings have gone. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, 17: 33-35. Diamond, M.J. (1980). The client-as-hypnotist: Furthering hypnotherapeutic change. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 28: 197-207. Diamond, M.J. (1977). Hypnotizability is modifiable: An alternative approach. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 25: 147-166. Diamond, M.J. (1977). Issues and methods for modifying responsivity to hypnosis. In W.E. Edmonston's (Ed.), Conceptual and Investigative Approaches To Hypnosis and Hypnotic Phenomena. NY: New York Academy of Sciences Press (Volume 296), pp. 119-128. Diamond, M.J., & Shapiro, J.L. (1975). Method and paradigm in encounter group research. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 15: 59-70. Talone, J.M., Steadman, C., & Diamond, M.J. (1975). Modifying hypnotic performance by means of brief sensory experiences. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 23: 190-199. Diamond, M.J., Steadman, C., Harada, D., & Rosenthal, J. (1975). The use of direct instructions to modify hypnotic performance: The effects of programmed learning procedures. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 84: 109-113. Diamond, M.J., & Taft, R. (1975). The role played by ego permissiveness and imagery in hypnotic responsivity. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 23: 130-138.

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Diamond, M.J., & Shapiro, J.L. (1975). An expedient model of encounter group learning. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 12: 56-59. Diamond, M.J. (1974). Modification of hypnotizability: A review. Bulletin, 81: 180-198.

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Diamond, M.J. (1974). From Skinner to Satori? Toward a social learning analysis of encounter group behavior change. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 10: 133148. Diamond, M.J., & Bond, M.H. (1974). On the cross-cultural applicability of Barnum statements: The acceptance of generalized personality interpretations by Japanese, Japanese-Americans, and Caucasian-American students, Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology, 5: 228-235. Diamond, M.J., Gregory, J., Lenney, E., Steadman, C., & Talone, J.M., (1974). An alternative approach to personality correlates of hypnotizability: Hypnosis-specific mediational attitudes. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 22: 346-353. Diamond, M.J. (1974). A review of "How Your Children Can Learn to Live a Rewarding Life" by Alexander and Maryl Bannatyne. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 48: 312-313. Gregory, J., & Diamond, M.J. (1973). Increasing hypnotic susceptibility by means of positive expectancies and written instructions. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 82: 363-367. Diamond, M.J. (1973). A review of "The Atrocity of Education" by Arthur Pearl. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 47: 79-80. Diamond, M.J., & Shapiro, J.L. (1973). Changes in locus of control as a function of encounter group experiences: A study and replication. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 82: 514-518. (Reprinted in E.A. Aronson's, Ed., Readings About The Social Animal, 3rd-7th Editions, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1981-1991.) Diamond, M.J., & Lobitz, W.C. (1973). When familiarity breeds respect: The effects of an experimental "depolarization" program on police and student attitudes toward each other. Journal of Social Issues, 29: 95-109. (Reprinted in E.A. Aronson's, Ed., Readings About The Social Animal, 1st-7th Editions, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1977-1991.) Shapiro, J.L., & Diamond, M.J. (1972). Increases in hypnotizability as a function of encounter group training: Some confirming evidence. Journal of Abnormal 14

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Psychology, 79: 112-115. (Reprinted in E.A. Aronson's, Ed., Readings About The Social Animal, 1st, 2nd Editions, San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1973, 1977, pp. 406411.) Diamond, M.J. (1972). The use of observationally-presented information to modify hypnotic susceptibility. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 79: 174-180. Diamond, M.J. (1972). A review of "Run, Computer, Run: The Mythology of Educational Innovations" by Anthony G. Oettinger, with Selma Marks. Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography, 46: 185-186. Diamond, M.J., Gregory, J., Lenney, E., Steadman, C. & Talone, J.M. (1972). Personality and hypnosis: The role of hypnosis-specific mediational attitudes in predicting hypnotic responsivity. Proceedings of American Psychological Association 7: 865866. Diamond, M.J. (1972). Improving the undergraduate lecture class by use of student-led discussion groups. American Psychologist, 27: 978-981. Diamond, M.J. (1971). I never promised you a solution. A review of Michael Lipsky's (Ed.), "Law and Order: Police Encounters." Contemporary Psychology, 16: 727-730. Diamond, M.J. (1971). The use of observationally presented information to modify hypnotic susceptibility. Doctoral dissertation. Stanford University. Stanford, California, Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, No. 71-19, 672. Byrne, D., Bond, M., & Diamond, M.J. (1969). Response to political candidates as a function of attitude similarity-dissimilarity. Human Relations, 22: 251-262. (Reprinted in H.C. Lindgren, D. Byrne and F. Lindgren's, Eds., Current Research In Psychology: A Book Of Readings. NY: Wiley, 1971, pp. 371-382; and, in J.H. Hamsher & H. Sigall's, Eds., Psychology and Social Issues. NY: MacMillan, 1973, pp. 362-372.) Bond, M., Byrne, D., & Diamond, M.J. (1968). Effect of occupational prestige and attitude similarity on attraction as a function of assumed similarity of attitude. Psychological Reports, 23: 1167-1172. PUBLICATIONS IN PREPARATION Diamond, M.J. Abraham, Isaac, and the recognition of our children: On the dialogic nature of fathering. Diamond, M.J. Beyond Mina's veil: The use of adjunctive hypnotherapy in uncovering early childhood sexual abuse. 15

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PAPERS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS Masculinity and Its Discontents: Essential Understandings for Treating Male Patients; and, My Father Before Me-The Book’s Author Discusses Fathers and Sons Throughout the Life Cycle. Invited Annual Spring Speaker, Santa Clara University (Graduate Student Association and Counseling Psychology Department), Santa Clara, CA, 2007. The Roots of Masculinity – Creating Manhood: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspective. Invited Presentation, Southern California Area Committee on Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Boys To Men: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspective on Masculinity Through The Life Cycle. Invited Distinguished Clinician Scientific Presentation, Institute For Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR), New York, NY, 2005. The Shaping of and Transformation of Masculinity. Feature Presentation, Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies (LAISPS) Workshop on “In The Company of Men: Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Masculinity.” Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Searching For Our Fathers-Identity, Reconciliation and Transformation: A Discussion of John Sayles’ Film, Lone Star. Invited Panelist, 43rd Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association, New Orleans, LA, 2004 (with H. Wrye, W. Donovan, and S. Walker). "Mother Love and Male Development: Theoretical, Clinical and Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Invited Panel Discussant, Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Fe, NM, 2001 (with D. Elise, I. Fast, and S. Wilkinson). Abraham, Isaac, and The Need For The Father’s Recognition Of His Children. Invited Keynote Address, Jewish Family Services Conference-Men’s Forum 2000, Omaha, NB, 2000. Family Business Consultation: Psychoanalytic, Existential, and Business Interventions. Paper presented at Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 1998 (with J.L. Shapiro and R. Taylor). Transformations of Masculinity at Mid-Life. Invited presentation, Alta Bates Medical Center (Herrick Campus), Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Berkeley, CA, 1998. Becoming A Man: The Consolidation of Masculinity in Adulthood. Paper presented at Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Denver, CO, 1997. 16

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Becoming A Father. Invited Presentation for the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Diego, CA, 1997. Boys To Men: The Maturing Of Male Identity Through Paternal Watchful Protectiveness. Invited presentation, Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies Scientific Meeting, 1996. Trauma, dissociation, and the tormenting transference-countertransference matrix in treating adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Paper presented at Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Monica, CA, 1995. Someone to watch over me: Paternal watchful protectiveness and the adult consolidation of masculine gender identity. Paper presented at Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Monica, CA, 1995. Fathers, daughters and sons: The unfolding of the father's role in the lives of his children. Invited keynote presenter, Conference of The Colorado Society For Psychology And Psychoanalysis, Denver, CO, 1994. Agonizing terror of being: The tormenting transference-countertransference matrix in the treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Paper presented at Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Some clinical and developmental issues in becoming a father. Symposium presentation, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Discussion of "A Bronx Tale." Invited film discussant, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. The forgotten father of the nursery year ... and later. Symposium presentation, Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York, NY, 1993. Fathers and sons: A psychoanalytic perspective on "good enough" fathering throughout the life cycle. Invited presentation: Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies Scientific Meeting, 1993; Southern California Chapter of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39) Scientific Meeting, 1992; Thalian's Mental Health Center of Cedars-Sinai Hospital, 1992; and University of Tennessee Psychology Department Colloquium, 1991. The agonizing terror of being: The psychoanalysis of a woman traumatized by early childhood sexual abuse. Case presentation, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, 1992. 17

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Dialogue between the disciplines: Cognitive therapy versus contemporary psychoanalysis. Invited presentation, Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists, 1991. Fathering beyond Laius: Contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives on the forgotten parent. Invited presentation, Symposium on "Men and Parenting Across the Life Cycle." Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 1991. The woman of stealth: A psychoanalysis of a patient traumatically sexually abused in early childhood. Invited paper, International Psychoanalytic Association Site Visit Committee, Los Angeles Institute And Society For Psychoanalytic Studies, 1990. The relational basis of hypnotic experience: On the missing link in hypnotic healing and Ericksonian hypnosis. Invited Keynote Address, Annual Congress of the Australian Society of Hypnosis, Gold Coast, Queensland, 1986. Accessing archaic involvement: Toward unraveling the mystery of Erickson's hypnosis. Invited presentation, Symposium on "Milton Erickson: Essence and Artifact." International Congress of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine, Toronto, Canada, 1985. How the hypnotherapist augments psychotherapy. Invited presentation and Chair, Symposium on "Applications of Hypnosis to the Psychotherapeutic Process: The Edge of Our Knowledge--An Interactive Symposium." Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, San Francisco, CA, 1984. Intimate relationships: Understanding them and making them work. Presenter and Series Coordinator, UCLA Extension, Los Angeles, CA, 1984. Invited Moderator, Symposium on "Sexuality and Metaphor, and Family Therapy." International Congress on Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, Phoenix, AZ, 1983. Reflections on the interactive nature of the hypnotic experience: On the relational dimensions of hypnosis. Division 30 Presidential Address, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, 1983. Issues in clinical hypnosis; and Hypnosis in brief and long-term psychotherapy. Invited discussant, Convention of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, 1983. Psychotherapy supervision: Theory and practice. Invited discussant, Conference presented by the Airport Marina Counseling Service and Clinic, Marina del Rey, CA, 1983. 18

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The intimate paradox. Invited presentation for symposium, "Mind and Supermind: Expanding the Limits of Consciousness." Santa Barbara City College Adult Education Series, Santa Barbara, CA, 1983. It takes two to tango: Some thoughts on the neglected importance of the hypnotist in an interactive hypnotherapeutic relationship. Paper presentation, Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Denver, 1982. Also, presented as invited talk, Orange County Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Newport Beach, CA, 1982. Integrating hypnosis and psychotherapy. Invited discussant, Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., 1982. Employing hypnosis naturalistically in clinical practice. Psychological Association, Portland, OR, 1981.

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Innovative hypnotic approaches. Symposium discussant, Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1981. Working with the male client in therapy. Symposium participant, National Conference on Men and Masculinity, Milwaukee, WI, 1979. Recent advances in hypnosis. Colloquium presentation, Counseling Center, University of California at Santa Cruz, CA, 1979. Masculinist theory of men's studies. Symposium discussant, National Conference on Men and Masculinity, Los Angeles, CA, 1978. A cognitive-based skill model of hypnosis. Paper presentation, Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada, 1978. The effects of short-term psychotherapy on cardiac clients and their families: An empirical investigation. Paper presentation, Convention of the California State Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 1978 (with M.L. Waggoner). Issues and methods for modifying responsivity to hypnosis. Invited presentation, Conference on Conceptual and Investigative Approaches to Hypnosis and Hypnotic Phenomena, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, 1977. Enhancing cognitive behavioral control. New Mexico, 1977.

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An expedient model of encounter group learning. Paper presentation (with J.L. Shapiro); and An investigation of encounter group outcome and its relationship to leadership 19

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experience. Paper presentation (with J.L. Shapiro & P. Marano), Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, 1973. Toward the long-term scientific study of encounter group phenomena: I. Methodological considerations; II. Empirical findings. Paper presentations, Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, 1973 (with J.L. Shapiro). Innovations in college teaching: A group method. Paper presentation, Meeting of the Hawaii Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI, 1972. Encounter groups and behavior change: Toward a social learning approach. Paper presentation, Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI, 1972. Cultural aspects of hypnotic susceptibility among ethnic groups at the University of Hawaii. Paper presentation, Conference on Culture and Mental Health in Asia and the Pacific, Social Science Research Institute and East-West Center, Honolulu, HI, 1971 (with D. Price-Williams and A. Marsella). The use of observationally-presented information to modify hypnotic susceptibility. Paper presentation, Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY, 1971. When familiarity breeds respect: Toward the depolarization of police and student attitudes toward each other. Paper presentation, Meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, 1971 (with G. Morris, W.C. Lobitz and H.A. Olds). Innovations in group psychotherapy. Symposium discussant, Meeting of the Hawaii Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI, 1971. Self-fulfilling prophecies, hypnosis, and internal behavior. Colloquium presentation, University of Illinois, 1970.

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Streetcorner research: California style. Paper presentation, Meeting of the National Science Foundation Fellows, University of California at Los Angeles, CA, 1965. SELECTED WORKSHOP TEACHING Masculinity Unraveled: A View From Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Invited Workshop, The Oklahoma Society of Psychoanalytic Studies (OSPS), Oklahoma City, OK, 2006. 20

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In the company of men: Contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives on masculinity. Invited Workshop, Los Angeles Institute For Psychoanalytic Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. In the company of men: A contemporary psychoanalytic perspective on masculinity. Invited Workshop, Southwestern Psychoanalytic Society, Tucson AZ, 2004. Men, masculinity and fathering across the life cycle: A contemporary psychoanalytic perspective. Invited Workshop, Appalachian Psychoanalytic Society, Knoxville, TN, 2003. Diversity and Congruence in Psychoanalysis: A Clinical Case Through Five Analytic Lenses. Consulting Presenter on “British Middle School of Object Relations and Intersubjectivity”. LAISPS Extension Division Course Presentation, Los Angeles Institute and Society For Psychoanalytic Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 2000, 2001, & 2002 (M. Collins, Coordinator). The Frame as Trauma: The “Bad Object” Analyst. LAISPS Extension Division Saturday Discussion Series, Continuing Education Workshop, Los Angeles Institute and Society For Psychoanalytic Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 1999 (with J. Schary). Psychoanalytic treatment of adults severely traumatized in early childhood: Introduction to clinical work with victims of violent crime and other major trauma, Continuing Education Workshop, Los Angeles County Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, 1999. Psychoanalytical treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Invited Workshop, Santa Monica-UCLA Rape Treatment Center, Santa Monica, CA, 1998 (with M. Hybels-Miller). Transformations of masculinity in adulthood: Masculinity and mid-life male gender development. Continuing Education Workshop, Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists, Los Angeles, CA, 1998. Psychotherapy with men: The forgotten patient. Continuing Education Workshop, Santa Clara University Continuing Education Program, Santa Clara, CA, 1997 (with J.L. Shapiro). Psychoanalytic therapy of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Continuing Education Workshop, California School of Professional Psychology Continuing Education Program, Los Angeles, CA, 1996. Masculinity and male development: Reflections from a contemporary psychoanalytic 21

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perspective. Continuing Education Workshop, Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists, Los Angeles, CA, 1996 (with P. Wolson). The agonizing terror of being: A psychoanalytic case presentation of a woman traumatized by childhood sexual abuse. Invited Workshop, Weekend Retreat of the Southern California Chapter of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis), Lake Arrowhead, CA, 1994. Hypnosis, dissociation, and contemporary psychoanalytic therapy. Virginia Hypnosis Society, Virginia Beach, VA, 1994.

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What's dad got to do with it? The father in psychoanalysis. Invited Workshop Chair and Discussant, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Santa Monica, CA, 1993. A day with Michael J. Diamond. Invited Workshop, North Texas Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Dallas, TX, 1993. The hypnotic relationship in advanced psychotherapy. Invited Workshop, American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Las Vegas, NV, 1992 (with J. Barber). Fathers and sons playing catch: A psychoanalytic perspective on "good enough" fathering. Invited Workshop. Annual Institute, Jewish Big Brothers, Los Angeles, CA, 1992. Men and psychotherapy: The forgotten patient. Invited Workshop, Oakcreek Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1991 (with J.L. Shapiro). Advanced hypnotherapy technique: The treatment of character pathology. Co-chair, Annual Workshop, Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Tucson, AZ,1990 (with E. Baker). Trusting the patient within. Invited Workshop, American Academy of Psychotherapists Annual Conference. Newport Beach, CA, 1989. Key issues in hypnotic psychotherapy. Co-chair, Annual Workshop, Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Los Angeles, CA, 1987 (with D. Stolar). Fundamental principles and key issues in hypnotic psychotherapy. Invited Workshop, Australian Society of Hypnosis. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 1986. Advanced workshop for psychotherapists. Invited Faculty, International Congress of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine. Toronto, Canada, 1985.

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Applications of indirect suggestion and trance experience for psychotherapeutic change. Invited Workshop, Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis (B.C. Division). Vancouver, Canada, 1983. Contemporary clinical hypnosis: Issues and applications in psychotherapy, health psychology, and forensic and investigative hypnosis. Invited Workshop, Southeastern Psychological Association's Continuing Education Program. Jamaica, 1983. Integrating hypnotic training into extensive psychotherapy practice: Behavioral, existential and psychoanalytic applications. Chair, Three-Day Specialty Annual Workshop, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Indianapolis, IN, 1982. Advanced hypnosis: Psychotherapeutic applications of hypnotic processes. Continuing Education Workshop, California State Psychological Association. Los Angeles, CA, 1981. Strategic uses of hypnosis in psychotherapy. Chair, Annual Workshop, Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Portland, OR, 1981. The art and science of therapeutic hypnosis: Use of trance in the clinical context. Continuing Education Workshop, California State Psychological Association. Los Angeles, CA, 1981 (with J. Barber). A dynamically based brief strategic psychotherapy with couples: The trials and tribulations of a developing perspective. Workshop, Midwinter Convention, American Psychological Association's Division of Psychotherapy. San Antonio, TX, 1981 (with J.L. Shapiro). The psychology of intimacy: Self-help and psychotherapeutic applications. Training Program, Proseminar Institute. San Diego and Denver, 1981 (with J.L. Shapiro). Strategic hypnosis: The clinical skills model of refining the use of therapeutic hypnosis. Advanced Continuing Education Workshop, American Psychological Association. Montreal, Canada, 1980, and Toronto, Canada, 1978 (with N.W. Katz). Couples therapy: A strategic approach to intimacy. Workshop, Western Psychological Association. Honolulu, HI, 1980 (with J.L. Shapiro). Advanced techniques in group psychotherapy. Workshop, California State Psychological Association. Monterey, CA, 1979 (with J.L. Shapiro).

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Beginning and intermediate clinical hypnosis workshop. Invited Co-chair, Southeastern Psychological Association Continuing Education Workshop Cruise. Cuba/Mexico, 1979; Caribbean, 1978 (with J. Holroyd). Treatment issues in therapy with heart patients and their families. Workshop, California State Psychological Association Los Angeles, CA, 1977 (with H. Bromberg and E. Donnerstag). Methodological research and personal growth: A humanistic team approach. Workshop, Association for Humanistic Psychology. Honolulu, HI, 1972 (with E. Lenney, J. Talone, C. Steadman and J. Gregory). ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE ADVANCED PSYCHOANALYTIC INSTITUTE COURSES Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique I: Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique III: Introduction to psychoanalytic Advanced issues technique (Parts I and II) Theory of Psychoanalytic Technique II: Analytic Supervision: Using the therapist's The psychoanalysis of adult survivors inner experience as a guide to of childhood sexual abuse understanding patients GRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES (Including Continuing Education For Professionals) Technique of psychoanalytic psychotherapy Transference and countertransference Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adult victims of childhood sexual trauma Object relations theory Case conference in psychoanalytic psychotherapy The psychoanalytic frame Contemporary psychoanalytic perspectives on masculinity and male development Men in psychotherapy

Disintegration, Buddhism, and the psychoanalytic process Clinical hypnosis Hypnotherapy: Beginning, intermediate and advanced Introduction to psychotherapy Practicum in psychotherapy Practicum in group psychotherapy Advanced psychopathology Psychology of intimate relations Cognitive approaches to psychotherapy and behavior change Professional, personal and practical realities of clinical practice Illusion, safety, and optimal flexibility in 24

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Psychotherapy supervision Psychology of masculinity and men's Issues

the analytic setting: A clinical seminar How does analytic therapy cure?

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES Introductory psychology Abnormal psychology Personality/Social Psychology; Psychology of Adjustment

Cross-cultural psychology Hypnosis Psychology of consciousness

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