Publications

Books/Textbooks for the medical or scientific community

  1. Celenza, A. [author] Erotic Revelations: Clinical Applications and Perverse Scenarios.  New York: Routledge; 2014.
  2. Celenza, A. [author] Sexual Boundary Violations:  Therapeutic, Supervisory, and Academic Contexts.  New York: Jason Aronson; 2007.

Peer Reviewed Publications in print or other media

26. Celenza, A. Lessons learned on or about the couch. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 34(2):157-162.

25. Celenza, A. Maternal erotic transferences and merger wishes. Rivista di Psicoanalisi, 2013, LIX, 4, 1-18.

24. Celenza, A.  Perverse female relating: The objectified self.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 2013, 49: 586-605.

23. Celenza, A.  Reading Jessica.  Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2012, 13: 1–6.

22. Celenza, A.  The analyst’s needs and desires.  Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2010; 20:60-69.

21. Celenza, A. Similarities with a (crucial) difference: Reply to commentaries by Shapiro and Marshall. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2010; 11(4): 200-204.

20. Celenza, A.  The guilty pleasure of erotic countertransference: Searching for radial true.  Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2010; 11(4): 175-183.

19. Celenza, A.  Mutual influence in contemporary film.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 2010; 46(2); 215-223.

18. Celenza, A.  Rehabilitation of Sexual Boundary Transgressors: A Humane and Knowledge-Based Approach.  Psychiatric Times 2008; 25:36-43.

17. Celenza, A. Analytic love and power:  Responsiveness and responsibility.  Psychoanalytic Inquiry 2007; 27(3); 287-301.

16. Celenza, A.  The threat of male-female erotic transference.  Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 2006; 54(4):1207-1232.

15. Celenza, A.  Sexual boundary violations:  When is a couch just a couch?  Psychoanalytic. Dialogues 2005; 16:113-128.

14. Celenza, A.  Vis a vis the couch:  Where is psychoanalysis?  International. Journal of Psychoanalysis 2005; 86:1-14.

13. Celenza, A.  Sexual boundary violations:  How do they happen?  Directions in Psychiatric Nursing 2005; 11(10);113-121.

12. Celenza, A.  Sexual boundary violations:  How do they happen?  Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling 2005; 15(1):1-8.

11. Celenza, A.  Sexual boundary violations:  How do they happen?  Directions in Psychiatry 2005; 25(14): 141-149.

10. Celenza, A., Gans, S., and Woolley, S.T.  Love, psychosis and boundaries:  A resident’s first psychotherapy case.  Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2004; 12:1-12.

9. Levine, H.B., Yanof, J.A., Brockman, D.D., Brunkow, K., Celenza, A., et al. Boundaries and postanalytic contacts in institutes.  Journal American Psychoanalytic Association 2004; 52(3), 873-901.

8. Celenza, A.  Sexual misconduct in the Clergy:  The search for the father.  Gender and Sexuality 2004; 5(2):213-232.

7. Celenza, A. and Gabbard, G.O.  Analysts who commit sexual boundary violations: A lost cause? Journal American Psychoanalytic Association 2003; 51(2):617-636.

6. Gabbard, G., Peltz, M., Brockman, D.D., Brunkow, K., Celenza, A., et al.  (2001).  Speaking the unspeakable:  Institutional reactions to boundary violations by Training Analysts.  Journal American Psychoanalytic Association 2001; 49(2), 659-673.

5. Celenza, A.  Postmodern solutions and the limit-opportunity dialectic:  The challenge of female penetration and male receptivity.  Gender and Psychoanalysis 2000; 5(4), 347-359.

4. Celenza, A.  Sadomasochistic relating: What’s sex got to do with it?  Psychoanalytic Quarterly 2000; 69:3, 527-543.

3. Celenza, A. Precursors to therapist sexual misconduct.  Psychoanalytic Psychology 1998; 15:3, 378-395.

2. Celenza A. Love and hate in the countertransference.  Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1995;32(2):301-307.

1. Celenza A. The misuse of countertransference love in cases of sexual intimacies between therapists and patients.  Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1991; 8:501‑509.

 

Research investigations
  1. Celenza A, Hilsenroth M. A Rorschach investigation of sexualized dual relationships.  Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 1997;61(1):1-20.

Non-peer reviewed scientific or medical publications/materials in print or other media:

Reviews, chapters, monographs and editorials:

17. Celenza, A. Erotic countertransference revelations.  In Eroticism, S. Akhtar (Ed.), in press.

16. Celenza, A. Enactments: The good fight. In Clinical Moments, L. Kuttnauer and R. Tuch (Eds.), in press.

15. Celenza, A. The art of night country. Book Review: Entering Night Country: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Loss and Resilience by Stephanie Brody (2016), New York: Routledge. In Rivista di Psicoanalisi, 62(3):799-802.

14. Celenza, A. Desiring the known, unknown and unknowable. Book Review: The Enigma of Desire: Sex, Longing and Belonging in Psychoanalysis by Galit Atlas (2016), New York: Routledge. In Journal of Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 14:249-251.

13. Celenza, A. Shadows that corrupt: Present absences in psychoanalytic process.  In Boundary Trouble: Psychosexual Violations and Intimacy in Psychoanalysis. Charles Levin (Ed.), in press.

12. Celenza, A. Touching the patient. In Unusual Interventions: Alterations of the Frame, Method, and Relationship in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.  Salman Akhtar (Ed.), pp. 165-176, London, Karnac; 2011.

11. Celenza, A. Book Review: Psychodynamic Techniques: Working with Emotion in the Therapeutic Relationship. Karen Maroda, Division/Review, Winter; 2011.

10. Celenza, A. Ethics Forum: Romantic relationships and boundaries.  Psychologist/Psychoanalyst, Division 39, American Psychological Association, Fall; 2009.

9. Celenza, A. Book Review: False Self: The Life of Masud Khan. Linda Hopkins, American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2009. 69:87-91.

8. Celenza, A.  A ‘Love Addiction’:  Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with an offending priest.  In: Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims: The Sexual Abuse Crisis and the Catholic Church.  M.G.Frawley-O’Dea and V. Goldner, editors. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press; 2007, 59-72.

7. Celenza, A.  Forward.  In: Escape from Selfhood: Breaking Boundaries and Craving for Oneness, by Ilany Kogan. London, England: International Psychoanalytic Association; 2007.

6. Celenza, A. Book Review:  Clinical Values: Emotions That Guide Psychoanalytic Treatment, by Sandra Buechler, International Journal of Psychoanalysis; 2005, 86:1755-1757.

5. Embry, B. and Celenza, A.  The entrepreneur’s relation to power:  Embrace it or let it go?  In: R.D. Norton, ed. Creativity and Leadership in the 21st Century Firm. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Ltd, 2002, 47-56.

4. Celenza, A. To be ‘in it with’ or not to be ‘in it with’:  A rhetorical question.  Psychotherapy Forum; 2000. 7(1): 2-4.

3. Celenza, A. Boundaries in therapy.  Psychotherapy Forum; 1995. 1(2):2-3.

2. Garrido P, Celenza A, Levy M. Chronic alcoholism and associated dementia. In: Ellison J, Weinstein C, Hodel‑Malonofsky, T, eds. Psychotherapist’s Guide to Neuropsychiatric Patients. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press; 1993. 255-277.

1. Celenza A. Toward an integration of the mind and brain. In Ellison J,Weinstein C and Hodel‑Malonofsky, T, eds. Psychotherapist’s Guide to Neuropsychiatric Patients. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press; 1993. 617-632.