| (2004). Bibliography. Psychoanal. Psychother., 18:139-139.|
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(2004). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 18:139-139
The following is a list of references of interest, which are not quoted directly in the text.
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Davis, J. B. (1997) The expectant therapist: Similarities and differences between pregnant and adoptive-expectant psychotherapists. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, 57, 7721
Fainman, D. (2002) The pregnant male therapist. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in South Africa, 10, 11-32 [→]
Gerson, B. (Ed.) (1996/2001) The Therapist as a Person: Life Crises, Life Choices, Life Experiences, and their Effects on Treatment (Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press)
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Korol, R. (1996) Personal and professional aspects of being a pregnant therapist. Women and Therapy, 18, 99-108
Maeenpaeae-Reenkola, E. (1996) The fantasy of damage to the baby: Female castration fantasies and phallic defenses emerging in a pregnant analysand with a pregnant analyst. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 19, 46-59 [→]
Reenkola, E. A. (2002) The Veiled Female Core (New York: Other Press)
Ullman, K. H. (2001) Unwitting exposure of the therapist: Transferential and countertransferential dilemmas. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 10, 14-22
Waldman, J. (2003) New mother/old therapist: Transference and countertransference challenges in the return to work. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 57 (1), 52-64
Wollheim, I. (2001) Therapist pregnancy: A phenomenological exploration of the therapist's experience. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 61, 6727
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