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Infant-Parent Training Institute

Faculty Publications

Arons, J. (2005). In a Black Hole: The (negative) space between longing and dread: Home Based psychotherapy with a traumatized mother and her infant son. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 60, 101–127.

Arons, J., Epstein, A. & Sklan, S. (2011). The infant parent training institute: a developmental model for training infant mental health professionals. Zero to Three, September, 2011, 25-29.

Birss, S. (2007). Transition to Parenthood: Promoting the Parent-Infant Relationship. In J.K. Nugent, C.H. Keefer, S. Minear, L.C. Johnson, Y. Blanchard (Eds), Understanding Newborn Behavior and Early Relationships: The Newborn Behavioral Observation (NBO) System Handbook p 27-49. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.

Friswell J, Phillips C, Holding J, Brandner B, Morgan C, Curran H V. (2007). Acute effects of opioids on memory functions of healthy men and women. Psychopharmacology, 198, 243-250.

Heffron, M C., Gilkerson, L., Cosgrove, K., Heller, S. S., Imberger, J., Leviton, A., Mueller, N., Noris- Shortle, C., Phillips, C., Spielman, E., Wasserman, K. (2016).  Using the FAN Approach to Deepen Trauma-informed care for Infants, Toddlers and Families. Zero to Three, Stories from the Field, 36 (6), 27-35.

Jarrold C, Baddeley AD, Phillips C. (2007) Long-term memory for verbal and visual information in Down syndrome and Williams syndrome: Performance on the doors and people test. Cortex. 43, 233-247.

Kaufman, P. (2006), Infant Observation: a professional/personal journey. B.I.D.I.P. Newsletter, (vol. 21), no. 1.

Lyons-Ruth, K., Kaufman, M., Masters, N., & Wu, J. (1991). Issues in the identification and long-term management of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome in a clinical infant service. Infant Mental Health Journal, 12(4), 309–320.

Lyons-Ruth, K., & Spielman, E. (2004). Disorganized infant attachment strategies and helpless-fearful profiles of parenting: Integrating attachment research with clinical intervention. Infant Mental Health Journal, 25(4), 318–335.

Paris, R., Gemborys, M., Kaufman, P. & Whitehill, D. (2007). Reaching Isolated New Mothers: Insights from a Home Visiting Program Using Paraprofessionals. Families in Society, 88(4), 616–626.

Paris, R., Bolton, R. &  Spielman, E. (2011).  Evaluating a home-based dyadic intervention: Changes in postpartum depression, maternal perceptions and mother-infant interaction. Infant Mental Health Journal, 32 (3), 319-338.

Paris, R., Spielman, E. & Bolton, R. (2009).  Mother-infant psychotherapy: Examining the therapeutic process of change. Infant Mental Health Journal, 30 (3).

Phillips, C. (2015).  Addiction and Attachment.  Meeting the Multiple Challenges for Dyadic Therapy with Substance Exposed Newborns and their Parents.  Poster presented at the International Attachment Conference, NYC.

Phillips C E., Jarrold C, Baddeley A D, Grant J, & Karmiloff-Smith A. (2004). Comprehension of Spatial Language Terms in Williams Syndrome: Evidence for an interaction between Domains of Strength and Weakness. Cortex, 40, 85-101.

Sklan, S. (2008). How to mother when your mother leaves you again and again. In M. Birch (Ed.) Finding hope in despair: Clinical studies in infant mental health, p 29-66. Washington, D.C.: Zero to Three Press.

Sklan, S. (2008). The need to fill in the hole: Discussion of Toni Vaughn Heineman's Case. In M. Birch (Ed.) Finding hope in despair: Clinical studies in infant mental health, p 247-254. Washington, D.C.: Zero to Three Press.

Sommer, A. & Spielman, E. (2014). Child-Parent Psychotherapy with a preschool-aged boy living in a residential program for women with substance use disorders: the case of Deanna and Brian C.: In Allen, B. & Kronenberg, M. (eds.) Treating Traumatized Children. New York: Guildford Press.

Spielman, E. (2000). Mentorship for early intervention supervisors: A model for enhancing reflective practice. Zero to Three, 20 (6), 30-32.

Spielman, E. (2002). Early connections: Mother-infant psychotherapy in support of perinatal mental health. Zero to Three, 22 (6), 26-30.

Spielman, E. (2011). Post-Adoption depression: Clinical windows on an emerging concept, 35-40. Zero to Three.

Spielman, E., Herriott, A., Paris, R. & Sommer, A. (2015). Building a model program for substance- exposed newborns and their families: From needs assessment to intervention, evaluation and consultation. Zero to Three, 36 (1), 47-55.  

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