Domash, L. (2017). The Mermaid's Tale. In Bonnie Zindel (Ed.), Writing on the Moon: Stories and Poetry from the Creative Unconscious by Psychoanalysts and Others. London: Karnac Books.
Domash, L. (2016). Dreamwork and Transformation: Facilitating Therapeutic Change Using Embodied Imagination. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 52 (3): 1-24.
Domash, L. (2016). Book review of Arlene Kramer Richards and Lucille Spira's Myths of Mighty Women: Their Application in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Psychoanalytic Review, 103:282-284.
Domash, L. (2016). Will We Ever Meet Again? Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 13: 118-119.
Domash, L. (2014). The Mermaid's Tale. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11:325.
Domash, L. (2014). Creating “therapeutic” space: How architecture and design can inform psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11: 94-111.
Domash, L. (2014). Intergenerational dreaming: Response to Gerald and Sperber. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 11: 133-137.
Domash, L. (2010). Unconscious freedom and the insight of the analyst: Exploring neuropsychological processes underlying “aha” moments. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry, 38, 315-340.
Domash, L. (2009). The emergence of hope: implicit spirituality in treatment and the occurrence of “psychoanalytic luck”. Psychoanalytic Review, 96, 35-54.
Domash, L. (2009). Book review of Karen Starr’s Repair of the Soul: Metaphors of Transformation in Jewish Mysticism and Psychoanalysis in Psychoanalytic Review, 98(1), 135-141.
Domash, L. (2008). Book review of George Hagman’s Aesthetic Experience, in Psychoanalytic Review, 95(2), 341-346.
Domash, L. (1994). Book review of Nina Coltart’s Slouching Towards Bethlehem in Contemporary Psychology, 39:12, 1116.
Domash, L. with Sachs, J. (1994). “Wanna Be My Friend?” How to Strengthen Your Child’s Social Skills. New York: Hearst Books.
Domash, L.(1991). Narrative in psychoanalysis and everyday life. In H. Siegel, et. al. (Eds.), Psychoanalytic Reflections on Current Issues (pp. 166-176). New York: New York Universities Press.
Domash, L. and J. Offerman-Zuckerberg, J. (1991). Shifting images in politics. In J.Offerman-Zuckerberg (Ed.), Politics and Psychology: Contemporary Psychodynamic Perspectives (pp. 310). New York: Plenum Press.
Domash, L. (1989). That old black magic of femininity: then and now. In J. Offerman-Zuckerberg (Ed.), Gender in Transition (pp. 9-16). New York: Plenum Press.
Domash, L. (1988). The postpartum period: analytic reflections on the potential for agony and ecstasy. In J. Offerman-Zuckerberg (Ed.), Critical Psychophysical Passages in the Life of a Woman (pp. 133-145). New York: Plenum Press.
Domash, L. (1988). Perversion: The terror of tenderness. In J. Lasky and H. Silverman (Eds.), Love: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (pp. 93-103). New York: New York University Press.
Domash, L. (1988). Motivations for motherhood and the nature of the self-object tie. In J. Offerman- Zuckerberg (Ed.), Critical Psychophysical Passages in the Life of a Woman (pp. 93-101). New York: Plenum Press.
Domash, L. (1984). The preoedipal patient and the pregnancy of the therapist. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 14(2): 109-119.
Domash, L. (1983). Self and object representations and the evil eye. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 47(3): 217-224.
Domash, L. (1982). Creativity and the psychotherapist. Voices, 17(4): 34-37.
Domash, L. (1981). Facilitating the creativity of the psychotherapist. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 8(3/4):157-163.
Levitzky, S. & Domash, L. (1978). Psychological maladjustment in a child with premature pubarche. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 45(1): 125-127.
Domash, L. & Balter, L. (1976). Sex and psychological differentiation in preschoolers. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 128: 77-84.
Domash, L. (1975). The use of wit and the comic by a borderline psychotic child during the course of psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 29(2): 261-270.
Recent Presentations & Professional Workshops
Theatrical presentations with psychoanalytic themes to be used for teaching and training purposes
A Joke for Bella
Creator and writer Leanne Domash, PhD
March 22, 2017 Staged reading
TBG Studio Theatre, 312 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY
April 21, 2017 performance
New York University, 35 West 4th Street, 3rd Floor, Room 303, New York, NY
April 30, 2017 performance
Jewish Enrichment Center, 38 West 13th Street, New York, NY
When Alice Meets Eve in the Gardens of the Known and Unknown
Writers: Leanne Domash, Ph.D. and Evelyn Rappoport, Psy.D.
October 8, 2016 performance
Seeing Red Conference: Exploring the archetypal roots of feminine oppression through a deep engagement of the analytic and artistic, Assisi Institute, Stonington, CT, October 8, 2016.
June 4, 2016 performance
New York Psychological Association Convention: Advancing the Practice of Psychology: Ethics, Risk Management and Innovative Methods, White Plains, NY, June 4, 2016.
Supported in part by a 2017 Scholars' Grant from the Psychoanalytic Society of the Postdoctoral Program, Inc.
The Meeting of My Dreams
Creator and Writer: Leanne Domash, Ph.D.
July 19, 2015 performance
The Meeting of My Dreams, Society for Exploration of Psychoanalytic Therapies and Theology, Allentown, PA, July 19, 2015.
April 26, 2015 performance
Leanne Domash, The Meeting of My Dreams, 35th Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, Life in Psychoanalysis in Life, April 26, 2015.
Supported in part by a 2015 Scholars' Grant from the Psychoanalytic Society of the Postdoctoral Program, Inc.
Leanne Domash, Moderator, Architecture as Potential Space, Colloquium, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, April 13, 2013.
Leanne Domash, Personal Spaces and Public Memorials: How We Create Them and They Create Us, 33rd Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, Global Psychoanalysis in a Social World, April 25, 2013.
Leanne Domash & Rachel Paula Shapiro, Psychoanalyst/Mother and Artist/Daughter Dialogue about Flow and Creativity in Art and Psychoanalysis, 32nd Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, The Leading Edge of Creativity, April 19, 2012.
Rachel Shapiro & Leanne Domash, Dialoguing about Art, Quantum Theory and Psychoanalysis, 22nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education, Theme of ‘Return’, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 11, 2011.
Dream Imagery, Personal Symbology and a Note on the Tarot, 21st Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, International Forum of Psychoanalytic Education, Psychoanalysis: Not the Same Old Song and Dance? October 29, 2010.
Unconscious Freedom, Neuroscience, and the Psychoanalytic Process, Annual Conference of the Division of Psychoanalysis, New York State Psychological Association, Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience: The Brain in Therapy, September 21, 2008.
Working Towards Unconscious Freedom: An Embrace of Knowing and Not Knowing, 28th Annual Spring Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association, Knowing, Not Knowing and Sort-of-Knowing: Psychoanalysis and the Experience of Uncertainty, New York City, April 11, 2008.
Addiction as an Attachment Disorder, Hunter College Counselor Education Programs, February 28, 2008.
Psychotherapy, the Nature of Change and the Spontaneous Self, Grand Rounds Presentation, Beth Israel Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry, April 26, 2007.
The Emergence of Hope: Implicit Spirituality in Treatment and the Occurrence of “Psychoanalytic Luck”. Panel, The Emergence of Hope Through Metaphor, Artistic Expression, Faith and Luck. H. Seiden, Chairperson. Annual Division 39 Meetings, Minneapolis, April 3, 2003.
Playing with Anger: an Experiential Workshop with Leanne Domash and Sara Weber. (Introduction of neuroscience concepts to psychologists), 33rd Annual New York University Postdoctoral Weekend, November 8, 2003.
Panelist, Spirituality and Psychoanalysis, 32nd Annual New York University Postdoctoral Weekend, November 17, 2002.