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Selected Bibliography of Evidenced Based Research for Psychoanalysis & Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

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Barkham, Michael; Rees, Anne; Shapiro, David A; Stiles, William B; et al. (1996) Outcomes of time-limited psychotherapy in applied settings: Replicating the Second Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology. Vol 64(5), 1079-1085.

Bateman, Anthony; Fonagy, Peter. (1999) Effectiveness of partial hospitalization in the treatment of borderline personality disorder: A randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 156(10), 1563-1569.

Bateman, Anthony; Fonagy, Peter. (2001) Treatment of borderline personality disorder with psychoanalytically oriented partial hospitalization: An 18-month follow-up. American Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 158(1), 36-42.

Caleo, J. S., Stevenson, J., Meares, R. (2001) An economic analysis of psychotherapy for border line personality disorder patients. The Journal of Mental Health Policy & Economics. Vol 4(1), 3-8.

Cozolino, L. (2002) The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy: Building and Rebuilding the Human Brain. New York, W. W. Norton.

Cozolino, L. (2006) The Neuroscience of Human Relationships: Attachment and the Developing Social Brain. New York, W. W. Norton.

Doidge, Norman. (1997) Empirical evidence for the efficacy of psychoanalytic psychotherapies and psychoanalysis: An overview. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. (Suppl), 102-150.

Fonagy, P. & Moran, G.S. (1991). Understanding psychic change in child analysis. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 72, 15-22.

Fonagy, P., Target, M. (2002). The History and Current Status of Outcome Research at the Anna Freud Centre . Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 57:27-60.

Hall, Jane; Caleo, Sue; Stevenson, Janine; Meares, Russell. (2001) An economic analysis of psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder patients. The Journal of Mental Health Policy& Economics.
Vol 4(1), 3-8.

Hardy, Gillian E; Barkham, Michael; Shapiro, David A; Reynolds, Shirley; et al. (1995) Credibility and outcome of cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. Vol 34(4), 555-569.

Hardy, Gillian E; Barkham, Michael; Shapiro, David A; Stiles, William B; Rees, Anne; Reynolds, Shirley. (1995) Impact of Cluster C personality disorders on outcomes of contrasting brief psychotherapies for depression. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology. Vol 63(6), 997-1004.

Hardy, Gillian E; Shapiro, David A; Stiles, William B; Barkham, Michael. (1998) When and why does cognitive-behavioural treatment appear more effective than psychodynamic-interpersonal treatment? Discussion of the findings from the Second Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. Journal of Mental Health. Vol 7(2), 179-190.

Heinicke, C.M. & Ramsey-Klee, D.M. (1986). Outcome of child psychotherapy as a function of frequency of session. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 14, 561-588.

Kachele H, Krause R, Jones E et al (2000). An Open Door Review of Outcome Studies in Psychoanalysis. Fonagy P, ed London International Psychoanalytical Association. Available at http://www.ipa.org.uk

Kennedy, E. & Midgley, N. (2007). Process and outcome research in child, adolescent and parent-infant psychotherapy: a thematic review. London: North Central London Strategic Health Authority.

Keller W, Westhoff G, Dilg R, Rohner R, Studt HH. (2006). Effectiveness and utilization of health insurance benefits in long-term analyses: Results of an empirical follow-up study on the effectiveness of Jungian Analysis.
http://www.uni-saarland.de/fak5/krause/ulm97/keller.htm

King, R (1998) Evidence-based Practice: Where is the Evidence? The Case of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Depression. Australian Psychologist, 33, 83-95.

Leichsenring, F & Rabung, S (2008) Effectiveness of Long-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Meta-analysis . JAMA. 300(13):1551-1565.

Lieberman, A. F., Van Horn, P. & Ghosh Ippen, C. (2005). Towards evidence-based treatment: Child-Parent psychotherapy with preschoolers exposed to marital violence. J. Amer. Acad. Child.
Adolesct. Psychiatry,
44(12): 1241-8.

Lush, D., Boston, M., Morgan, J. & Kolvin, I. (1998). Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with disturbed adopted and foster children: a single case follow-up study. Clinical Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 3, 51-69.

Meares R, Stevenson J, Comerford A (1999), Psychotherapy with borderline patients: I. A comparison between treated and untreated cohorts. ANZ J Psychiatry 33(4, 467-472.

Meares, Russell; Stevenson, Janine; D'Angelo, Roberto. (2002) Eysenck's challenge to psychotherapy:A view of the effects 50 years on. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 36(6), 812-815.

Midgley, N. & Target, M. (2005). Recollections of being in child psychoanalysis. A Qualitative Study of a long-term follow-up project. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 60, 157-177.

Midgley, N., Target, M. & Smith, J. (2006). The outcome of child psychoanalysis from the patient’s point of view: A qualitative analysis of a long-term follow-up study. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 79, 257-269.

Midgley, N., Anderson, J., Grainger, E. Nesic, T. & Urwin, C. (Eds.) (2009). Child Psychotherapy and Research: New Approaches, Emerging Findings. London: Routledge.

Milrod, B, Busch, F, Leon, AC, Shapiro, T, Aronson, A, Roiphe, J, Rudden, M, Singer, M, Goldman, H, Richter, D, & Shear, MK. (2000) Open Trial of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Panic Disorder: A Pilot Study. Am J Psychiatry 157:1878-1880,

Muratori, F., Picchi, L., Bruni, G., Patarnello, M. & Romagnoli, G. (2003). A two-year follow-up of psychodynamic psychotherapy for internalising disorders in children. Journal of American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, 42, 331-339.

Reid, S., Alvarez, A. & Lee, A. (2001). The Tavistock autism workshop approach: Assessment, treatment and research. In J. Richter & S. Coates (Eds.), Autism – the search for coherence (182-192). London: Jessica Kingsley.

Richardson P, Kächele H, Renlund C (eds) (2004). Research on psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults. London: Karnac.

Robin, A. et al. (1999). A controlled comparison of family versus individual psychotherapy for adolescents with anorexia nervosa. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38, 1482-1489.

Roth, A & Fonagy P (1996) What Works for Whom? A Critical Review of Psychotherapy Research. Guilford Press. New York.

Sandell R, Lazar A, Grant J, Carlsson J, Schubert J, & Falkenström F. Stockholm Outcome of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Project (STOPPP)
http://www.ipa.org.uk/research/sandell.asp

Schachter, A. (2009). The adult outcome of child psychoanalysis: A long-term follow-up study. Unpublished PhD thesis, University College, London.

Schachter, A., & Target, M. (2009). The adult outcome of child psychoanalysis: the Anna Freud Centre long-term follow-up study. In N. Midgley et al. (Eds.), Child psychotherapy and research:new approaches, emerging findings. London: Routledge.

Shapiro, David A; Barkham, Michael; Hardy, Gillian E; Morrison, Leslie A. (1990) The second Sheffield psychotherapy project: Rationale, design and preliminary outcome data. British Journal of Medical Psychology. Vol 63(2), 97-108.

Shapiro, David A; Barkham, Michael; Rees, Anne; Hardy, Gillian E; et al. (1994) Effects of treatment duration and severity of depression on the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology. Vol 62(3), 522-534.

Shapiro, David A; Firth, Jenny. (1987) Prescriptive v. exploratory psychotherapy: Outcomes of the Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. British Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 151, 790-799. Royal Coll of Psychiatrists, England

Shapiro, David A; Firth-Cozens, Jenny. (1990) Two-year follow-up of the Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. British Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 157, 389-391.

Shapiro, D A., Barkham, M., Rees, A., Hardy, G. E., et al. (1994) Effects of treatment duration and severity of depression on the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology. Vol 62(3), 522-534.

Shapiro, David A; Rees, Anne; Barkham, Michael; Hardy, Gillian. (1995) Effects of treatment duration and severity of depression on the maintenance of gains after cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology.
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Shapiro, D. A., Firth, J. (1987) Prescriptive v. exploratory psychotherapy: Outcomes of the Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. British Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 151, 790-799. Royal College
of Psychiatrists, England.

Shedler J. (2009) The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. http://www.internationalpsychoanalysis.net.2009.11.12 In press American Psychologist.

Stevenson, Janine; Meares, Russell. (1992) An outcome study of psychotherapy for patients with borderline personality disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 14 (3), 358-362.

Stevenson, Janine; Meares, Russell. (1999) Psychotherapy with borderline patients: II. A preliminary cost benefit study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 1999; 33:473–477.

Szapocznik, J. et al. (1989). Structural family versus psychodynamic child therapy for problematic Hispanic boys. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57, 571-578.

Target, M. & Fonagy, P. (1994a). The efficacy of psychoanalysis for children with emotional disorders. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 33, 361–371.

Target, M. & Fonagy, P. (1994b). The efficacy of psychoanalysis for children: Prediction of outcome in a developmental context. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 33, 1134-1144.

Target, M. & Fonagy, P. (2002). Anna Freud Centre studies 3: The long-term follow-up of child analytic treatments (AFC3). In P. Fonagy (Ed.) An open door review of outcome studies in
psychoanalysis
(2nd ed.), (141–146). London: International Psychoanalytic Society.

Trowell, J. et al. (2002). Psychotherapy for sexually abused girls: psychopathological outcome findings and patterns of change. British Journal of Psychiatry, 180, 234–247.

Trowell, J., Joffe, I., Campell, J. [Correct spelling?] Clemente, C., Almqvist, F., Soininen, M., Koskenranta-Aalto, U., Weintraub, S., Kolaitis, G., Tomaras, V., Anastasopoulos, D., Grayson, K., Barnes, J., & Tsiantis, J. (2007). Childhood depression: a place for psychotherapy: an outcome study comparing individual psychodynamic psychotherapy and family therapy. European Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry. 16,
157–167.