Michael Stadter, Author and Speaker: Publications and Presentations

BOOKS

Presence and the Present Book Cover
Object Relations Brief Therapy
Dimensions of Psychotherapy, Dimensions of Experience
PRESENCE AND THE PRESENT: RELATIONSHIP AND TIME IN CONTEMPORARY PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPY
(2012)
Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson
Michael Stadter, Author
Reviews of Michael Stadter’s Presence and the Present
OBJECT RELATIONS BRIEF THERAPY: THE THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIP IN SHORT-TERM WORK
(2009/1996).
Lanham MD: Jason Aronson
Michael Stadter, Author
DIMENSIONS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY,
DIMENSIONS OF EXPERIENCE: TIME, SPACE, NUMBER AND STATE OF MIND
(2005)
ed. with D. E. Scharff, London: Brunner-Routledge
Michael Stadter, Author

CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES, Michael Stadter, Author

  • (in press) “Commentary: Through a Mirror Experientially: Self-Reflection and the Reflection Process”. In PSYCHIATRY.
  • “Fairbairn Elaborated: Guntrip and the Psychoanalytic Romantic Model” (2014). In FAIRBAIRN AND THE OBJECT RELATIONS TRADITION. Eds. D. Scharff & G. Clarke. London: Karnac Books.
  • “The Influence of Social Media and Communications Technology on Self and Relationships” (2013), In PSYCHOANALYTIC ONLINE: MENTAL HEALTH, TELETHERAPY AND TRAINING (2013) pp. 3-13. Ed. Jill S. Scharff. London: Karnac Books.
  • “Trauma: Bending Time and Bending the Self” (2012). In THE MOBIUS STRIP. (Fall, 2012), pp. 33-35, Mobius Executive Leadership.
  • “Pleasure and Pain in the Contemporary Practice of Psychodynamic Therapy” (2012). PSYCHODYNAMIC PRACTICE, 18 (1), pp. 117-125.
  • “The Inner World of Shaming and Ashamed: An Object Relations Perspective and Therapeutic Approach” (2011). In SHAME IN THE THERAPY HOUR (2011) pp. 45-68. Eds., J. P. Tangney and R. L. Dearing, Washington, DC: APA Press.
  • “Sustained and Sustaining Continuing Education for Therapists” (2007) with P. Jameson and J. Poulton. PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH, PRACTICE, TRAINING, 44, (1), pp. 110-114.
  • “The Consultants as Part of the Drama in a Family Business” (2003), in SELF HATRED IN PSYCHOANALYSIS: DETOXIFYING THE PERSECUTORY OBJECT, pp. 205-224. Eds. S. Tsigounis and J. S. Scharff, London: Brunner-Routledge.
  • “Object Relations Brief Therapy” (2000). In BRIEF THERAPY WITH INDIVIDUALS AND COUPLES, (2000). Eds., J.Carlson & L. Sperry. Phoenix: Zeig, Zucker & Theisen. (with D. E. Scharff)
  • “Brief Therapy with Personality Disorders” (1992), AMERICAN HEALTHCARE INSTITUTE AUDIO LIBRARY SERIES (6 tapes), Silver Spring, MD.
  • “The Change Seminar” (1987). TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL, 41, pp. 46-50. (with V. Bianco)

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • International Psychotherapy Institute Master Speaker Videoconference Series:
    • “Listening to the Body and Hearing the Interpretation” (2015).
    • “Only 25 Sessions but Deep – Seriously? Transference and Countertransference in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy” (2015).
    • “Self-Disclosure” (2013).
    • “Time-Near and Time-Far: The Changing Shape of Time” (2011).
  • Psychodynamic Couple Therapy Training Program, Week-long program with lectures, discussion and intensive group process, Beijing, China, 2013, 2014.
  • Keynote Speaker: “Who’s Shaming Whom? Shaming and Ashamed in the Therapy Office” and “Time, Trauma and Psychotherapy: Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?”, Maryland Psychological Assn, 2011.
  • “The Group Affective Model” and “Object Relations Brief Therapy”, Panama City, Panama, 2009.
  • “Madness Runs in Families and It Runs Both Ways: Adolescent or Adult Children’s Serious Psychological Disturbance and the Couple”, at the International Psychotherapy Institute’s Conference on Encountering the Slippery Slope in Psychoanalytic Child, Couple and Family Therapy, Salt Lake City, 2008.
  • “Brief Therapy for the Real World and for the Inner World: Object Relations Therapy and Personality Disorders”, 2 days in each city: in Arhus, 2005 with the Denmark Institute for Psychotherapy Integration and in Copenhagen, 2008 with the Danish Institute of Psychotherapy of Personality Disorders.
  • “The Therapist’s Use of Self with Patients with Childhood Trauma”, Utah Psychological Assn. and University of Utah, 2005.
  • “Object Relations Therapy: Brief and Long-Term”, New Zealand Assn. of Psychotherapists, 2 days each in Aukland, Christ Church and Wellington, 2000.