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Richman, S. (2015). [Review of the book Beyond individual and collective trauma: intergenerational transmission, psychoanalytic treatment, and the dynamics of forgiveness, by C. Mucci]. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 84, 502-510.
Richman, S. (2014) Mended by the Muse: Creative Transformations of Trauma. New York: Routledge.
Richman, S. (2013). Out of Darkness: Reverberation of Trauma and its Creative Transformation, Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 23:3, 362-376.
Richman, S. (2012). “Too Young to Remember”: Recovering and Integrating the Unacknowledged Known in Goodman & Myers (Eds), The Power of Witnessing (pp.105-118.) New York: Routledge.
Richman, S. (2010). From Hidden Child to Godless Jew: A Personal Journey. Women and Therapy, 33:3 & 4, 189-202.
Richman, S. (2009). Secrets and Mystifications; Finding Meaning through Memoir, Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 6:2, 67-75.
Richman, S. (2007) Lucky in Misfortune: A Review Essay. Newsletter of the Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association. Vol. XXVII, 1, pp. 40-43.
Richman, S. (2007, March). Experiencing the Holocaust: Reverberations of a hidden childhood, Clio’s Psyche, 13:4, 180-182.
Richman, S. (2006). Remembering to forget to remember: Response to Anna Ornstein, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 42:4, 673-680.
Richman, S. (2006). Finding one’s voice: Transforming trauma into autobiographical narrative. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 42:4, 639-650.
Richman, S. (2006). When the analyst writes a memoir: Clinical implications of biographic Disclosure, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 42:3, 367-392.
Richman, S. (2004). From hiding to healing: A psychoanalyst’s narrative of personal trauma. NYSPA Notebook Vol. XVI, No. 3 (pp. 2-7)
Richman, S. (2002). A Wolf in the Attic: The Legacy of a Hidden Child of the Holocaust. New York: Routledge.