2019: Psychodynamic Perspectives on Asylum Seekers and the Asylum Process: Encounters with Well-Founded Fear. New York: Routledge.
2019: Cohen, P., Bartlett, B., Eisold, B., Kozberg, S., Lyons, L. & Steinberg, Z. Our Immigration and Human Rights Work Group in Action: Psychoanalysts Evaluating Asylum Seekers, Trauma and Family Devastation. Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy 18:376-393
2016: Some present-day asylum seekers in the U.S.: “Machismo” and “Women on the Run.” “La camera blu”: Journal of Gender Studies. # 15. On-line at: http://www.camerablu.unina.it/index.php/camerablu/issue/archive
2016: Female genital mutilation and its aftermath in a woman who wished to “Have a life:” Submission as a route to the preservation of personal agency. Int. J. of Appl. Psychoan. Stud.13: 279-304.
2014: “Heroic” Asylum Seekers from Around the World: Creating A Future From A Traumatic Past. In Press: International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies.
2012: The Implications of Family Expectations, Historical Trauma, and Prejudice in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Naturalized and First Generation Chinese Americans, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 48:238-266.
2005: Notes on lifelong resilience: Perceptual and personality factors implicit in the creation of a particular adaptive style. Psychoanalytic Psychology. 22:411-425.
2004 Tiffany and the land of black and white: Can the “Other” psychoanalytically informed clinician make a difference to children living in the inner-city and if so, how? Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 40, pp 91-108.
2001: Development in context: In J. Cohen (ed.) Caring Classrooms/Intelligent Schools: The Social- Emotional Education of Young Children. New York: Teacher’s College, p. 30-44.
1999: Profound recognition: Where does it fit in analytic work? Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 35: 107-130.
1998: Dissociation and physical handicap: The case of the transformed “short” person. In L. Aron & F. Anderson, Relational Perspectives on the Body. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, pp 173-190.
1997: Death, disease, and group process from a psychodynamic point of view. In M. Blechner (Ed.), Hope and Mortality: Psychodynamic Approaches to AIDS and HIV. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, pp 175-192.