Session 1, Sep 19: The Mutual Regulation Model
Tronick book, Chap. 13. The mutual regulation model: The infant’s self and interactive regulation and coping and defensive capacities. Pp. 177-194.
Tronick book, Chap. 14. Infant-mother face-to-face interaction: Age and gender differences in coordination and the occurrence of miscoordination. Pp. 195-205.
Tronick book, Chap. 27. The stress of normal development and interaction leads to the development of resilience and variation in resilience. Pp. 378-396.
Harrison, A. M. & Tronick, E. (2022). Thoughts on developmental and psychoanalytic change inspired by Heinz Hartmann. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 42: 186-193.
Session 2, Sep. 26: Perturbations in Infant-Parent Interaction
Tronick book, Chap. 19. The infant’s response to entrapment between contradictory messages in face-to-face interaction. Pp. 262-273.
Tronick book, Chap. 20. Depressed mothers and infants: The failure to form dyadic states of consciousness. Pp. 274-292.
Tronick book, Chap. 22. The impact of maternal psychiatric illness on infant development. Pp. 305-318.
Mueller, I. & Tronick, E. (2020). The long shadow of violence: The impact of exposure to intimate partner violence in infancy and early childhood. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 17: 232-245
Session 3, Oct. 3: Implicit Relational Knowing and Non-Interpretive Mechanisms in Psychoanalytic Therapy
Tronick book, Chap. 30. Implicit relational knowing: Its role in development and psychoanalytic treatment. Pp. 412-417.
Stern, D. N., Sander, L., Nahum, J., Harrison, A., Lyons-Ruth, K., Morgan, A., Bruschweiler-Stern, N., & Tronick, E. (1998). Non-interpretive mechanisms in psychoanalytic therapy: The “something more” than interpretation. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 79: 903-921.
Tronick, E. Z. (2003) “Of course all relationships are unique”: How co-creative processes generate unique mother-infant and patient-therapist relationships and change other relationships. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 23: 473-491.
Cavelzani, A. & Tronick, E. (2016) Dyadically expanded states of consciousness and therapeutic change in the interaction between analyst and adult patient. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 26: 599-615.
(optional) Tronick, E. & Gold, C. M. (2020). The power of discord: Why the ups and downs of relationships are the secret to building intimacy, resilience, and trust. New York: Little, Brown Spark.
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