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PUBLICATIONS,
LECTURES AND
EXHIBITIONS

SELECTED BOOKS

Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, contributing author. David A. Leeming, Kathryn Madden, Stanton Marlan (eds.). Springer, 2010.

Light at Ground Zero: St. Paul’s Chapel After 9/11. Baltimore: Square Halo Books, 2003 and 2004.

“Light: A Sense of Permanence,” in Ned Bustard, ed., It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God. Baltimore: Square Halo Books, 2000 and 2007.

Masks. Introduction by A.D. Coleman. Lubbock, Texas: Texas Tech Press, 1981.

SELECTED ARTICLES

“Jews Surviving on ‘Aryan Papers’ in Nazi-occupied Poland: A Historical and Psychoanalytic Perspective,” The Journal of Psychohistory, Winter 2018.

“Psychoanalyst, Painter and Photographer,” NAAP News, Winter 2017.

“Why NAAP?” Free Associations, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP), January 2016.

“Is There a Psychoanalytic Response to Terrorism?” A Report of the Afternoon Proceedings of Washington Square Institute’s 39th Annual Conference. NAAP News, Spring 2015.

“Anne of Green Gables: The Quest for a Mother,” NAAP News, Fall 2013.

“A Glimpse of the Numinous,” NAAP News, Spring 2012.

Hope from My Heart: Ten Lessons for Life, by Rich DeVos (review). Journal of Religion and Psychology, Volume 47, Number 4, December 2008.

“Photos From the Aftermath,” The Episcopal New Yorker, September/October 2003.

Michelle Gabriel, “Revisiting Ground Zero: Portrait Photographer Documents St. Paul’s Chapel Mission,” Episcopal Life, September 2003.

Courtney V. Cowart, “Voices from Ground Zero,” Spirituality and Health, Fall 2002.

Jerry Hames, “After September 11th,” Episcopal Life, April 2002.

“Saint Paul’s Chapel, Ground Zero,” Spirituality and Health, Spring 2002.

Nathan Brockman, “Mission and Ministry Continue at Ground Zero,” The Episcopal New Yorker, January/February 2002.

SELECTED LECTURES

2019

The Agony and Ecstasy of Being an Actor: Emotional Peaks and Valleys and How to Navigate Them. The Actors’ Guild, New York.

2017

The Concept of True Self and False Self as Exemplified by Jews Who Survived on “Aryan Papers” in Nazi-occupied Poland: A Historical and Psychoanalytic Perspective. 40th Annual Conference of International Psychohistorical Association, New York.

How to Suffer Well: Emotional and Spiritual Implications. Sunday Forum, Calvary-St. George’s Church, New York.

Psychoanalysis and Spirituality with an Emphasis on the Problem of Suffering and the Phenomenon of the Numinous. Hong Kong Psycho-Analytic Society.

2015

The Book of Revelation from the Perspective of Jungian Depth Psychology. The Forum, Calvary-St. George’s Church, New York.

2014

The Archetypes of the Book of Revelation. The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, New York.

2013

The Spiritual and Emotional Journey: Out of Darkness Into Light. New York Theological Seminary, New York.

Psychotherapy and Spirituality in the 21st Century. Panelist. The Blanton-Peale Institute and Counseling Center, New York.

2012

The Ethos of Psychoanalysis. Blanton-Peale Graduate Institute, New York City.

Expanding Your Presence as a Unique Psychotherapist within Your Community. Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society.

Out of Darkness Into Light. Canterbury Downtown, New York City.

2011

Transference-countertransference Issues in Working with Trauma Patients. 39th Annual Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, New York City.

Light at Ground Zero: A Response to 9/11 Trauma. Blanton-Peale Graduate Institute, New York City.

2010

Light at Ground Zero. Trinity Church, Boston.

Working Through the Trauma of Abandonment and Incest. Blanton-Peale Graduate Institute, New York City.

2009

Erotic Transference in a Clinical Case. Blanton-Peale Graduate Institute, New York City.

2004

The Artist as Priest, Theologian and Prophet in Postmodern Culture. Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas.

2002

The Light of Faith. St. James Church, New York City.

The Light of Faith. Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, VA.

2001

Healing at Ground Zero. Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2013

Fall Art Show. Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. New York.

2009

Images of Faith, CIVA.

2008

A Variety of Gifts, Trinity Museum, New York.

Portraits of the Self. ECVA online exhibition. Curator: David G. Hancock.

2007

Painted Childhood, Pebble Hill Gallery, Doylestown, PA.

A Variety of Gifts. Trinity Museum, New York.

2006

Light, The Church of St. Mary the Virgin. New York, NY.

2005

Light. Barrington Center for the Arts, Gordon College, Wenham, MA.

The Vision Glorious. The General Theological Seminary, New York.

2004

Art and Faith: Spiritual Journey, ECVA online exhibit. Curator.

2002

Works of Substance: Works of Faith, Marywood University Art Galleries, Scranton, PA.

After September 11, ECVA online exhibition. Curator.

2001

Light. Taylor University, Upland, IN. Curated by Prof. Larry Blakely.

Four at TriBeCa Temporary, New York City.

Out of Darkness into Light. ECVA online exhibit. Curator.

20/20 VISION. University of Dallas, Dallas, TX.

2000

Light. Rivier College Art Gallery, Nashua, NH.