Zen Insight, Psychoanalytic Action: Two Arrows Meeting (2018 Routledge) Order Info
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The Zen Impulse and the Psychoanalytic Encounter
 (2010 Routledge) Order Information

Into the Mountain Stream: Psychotherapy and Buddhist Experience. Ed. P. Cooper
 (2007 Jason Aronson) Order Information

Journal Articles

"Zen Musings on Bion's 'O' and 'K.'" The Psychoanalytic Review: (2016) 103: 4, 515-538.  Abstract 

"Zen Meditation, Reverie, and Psychoanalytic Listening." The Psychoanalytic Review: (2014) 101:6, 795-813. Abstract

"Taste the Strawberries" American Journal of Psychoanalysis: (2014) 74
:2, 147-161. Abstract

"Total Exertion: Zen, Psychoanalysis, Life" Journal of Religion and Health: (2011) 50:3, 592-601. Abstract

"Being the Moment," The Psychoanalytic Review: (2008) 95:2, 285-303. Abstract

"Oscillations: Zen & Psychoanalytic Versions"Journal of Religion and Health (2004) 43:3, 233-243.Abstract

"The Abyss Becoming Well: Psychoanalysis and Reversals in Perspective,"
 The Psychoanalytic Review: (2004) 91:2, 157-177 Abstract

“Attention and Inattention: Buddhist and Psychoanalytic  Varieties,”
 Groundwater; Journal of Buddhism and Psychotherapy.  (Spring 2003).

Full Article

“Between Wonder and Doubt: Psychoanalysis in the Goal-free Zone,”
 American Journal of Psychoanalysis: (2002) 62:2, 95-118. Abstract

“The Pervasion of the Object: Depression and Unitive Experience,”
 The Psychoanalytic Review: (2002) 89:3, 413-439. Abstract

“Clouds into Rain,”
 Journal of Religion and Health (2001) 40:1, 167-184. Abstract

"The Gap Between: Being and Knowing in Zen Buddhism & Psychoanalysis,"
 American Journal of Psychoanalysis. (2001) 61:4, 341-362 Abstract

“Unconscious Process: Zen and Psychoanalytic Versions,”
 Journal of Religion and Health: (Spring 2000). 39:1, 57-69. Abstract

“Sense and non-sense:  Phenomenology, Buddhist and Psychoanalytic,”
 Journal of Religion and Health: (1999). 37:4, 357-370. Abstract

“Buddhist Meditation and Countertransference: A Case Study,”
 American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 59(1):71-85. Abstract

 Chapters in Edited Collections

“The Formless Self: Buddhism and Psychoanalysis.”  In: Psychotherapy and
 Religion: Many Paths, One Journey. Eds. M. Bakur Wiener, P. Cooper, C. Barbre.
 (Jason Aronson Pub.: 2005)

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"Oscillations: Reload" In: Self and No-Self: Continuing the Dialogue Between
 Buddhism and Psychotherapy. NY & London Routledge,
 Eds.: D. Mathers, M. Miller & O. Ando (2009)

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 “The Disavowal of the Spirit: Wholeness and integration in Buddhism
 and  Psychoanalysis,”  In: The Couch and the Tree: Dialogues in  Psychoanalysis and Buddhism. Farrar Straus/ Northpoint. N.Y.: Ed.: A. Molino (1998).

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Solitary Moon: New Waka, (2017) Three Stones Press Reviews & Order Info 

Still Standing: Three Stones Haiku, (2014) Three Stones Press Reviews & Order Info 


“Simplification and the Training Process.” MITO Review. (October 1997).

“Yoga and Learning Disabilities: Traditional Techniques - Modern Applications.”
 Chalk Dust.  Vol. XXI No. 1: Fall 1983.

“Yoga for the Special Child,” Yoga Journal. No.: 59 Nov./Dec. 1984.