Publications

Zemmelman, S.E. (2018) Working with Parents in Child Analysis and Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach. in Punnett, A. (Ed.) Jungian Child Analysis, Fisher King Press.

Zemmelman, S.E. (2018). Book Review of “Everyday Evils: A Psychoanalytic View of Evil and Morality” (Book by Coline Covington, published by Routledge, 2017). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 63 (1).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2017). Inching Towards Wholeness: C.G. Jung and his Relationship to Judaism. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 62 (2).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2017). Just this Side of the Edge: Clinical Perspectives in the Face of Serious Illness and Death of the Analyst. Jung Journal, 11 (1).

Singer, T. and Zemmelman, S.E. (Eds). (2016) Reflections on Politics, Culture and Soul: A National Conference on the Psychology of the 2016 Presidential Election. ARAS (Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism) Connections. Available at https://aras.org/newsletters/aras-connections-special-edition-2016-presidency-papers.

Zemmelman, S.E. (2016). C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann: Conflict, Philia, and Finding the Other in Oneself. Jung Journal, 10 (3).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2016). Review of “Existential Crises in Two Religious Patients: Vicissitudes of Faith and the Emergence of the True Self.” (a paper published in the International Journal of Psychoanalysis in 2015) Journal of Analytical Psychology , 61(4).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2015). Containing A Jungian Light: The Books of Erel Shalit. Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture , 92.

Zemmelman, S.E. (2014). There but for Fortune: Personal and Archetypal Dimensions of Analytic Interaction with the Suicidal Patient. Forum of the American Academy for Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychotherapy, 58(2).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2013). Four Papers on the Coen Brothers’ Film: A Serious Man. Jung Journal, 7 (3). 2015 winner of the Jan Lee Prize for Analysis and the Arts

Zemmelman, S.E. (2013). Liminality in A Serious Man. Jung Journal, 7 (3).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2012). Four Perspectives on Jung and Freud: An Introduction. Jung Journal, 6 (3).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2012). A Northern Journey: Spirit of the Bear, Soul of a Man. Jung Journal, 6 (2).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2012). C.G. Jung and the Jewish Soul: A Dynamism between Psyche and Religiosity. Jung Journal, 6 (1).

Zemmelman, S.E. (2006). An Encounter With Suffering: A Bridge in the Interactive Field. Psychological Perspectives, 49 |READ THIS PUBLICATION|

Zemmelman, S.E. (2002). Why It’s Important the Yankees Lost the World Series. Groundwater: The Journal of Buddhism and Psychotherapy, 1 (1)|READ THIS PUBLICATION|

Zemmelman, S.E. (1999). A Clinical Perspective in Forensic Practice. Clinical Connections, California Institute for Clinical Social Work: 1 (1).

Zemmelman, S.E. (1994). Raising Children After Separation or Divorce: The Role of the Parenting Plan. Family Law News, State Bar of California Family Law Section: 17 (1).

Zemmelman, S.E. (1993). Working Effectively with Child Custody Evaluators. Family Law News, State Bar of California Family Law Section: 16 (2).|READ THIS PUBLICATION|

Zemmelman, S.E. (1990). Books to Help Children Cope with Separation, Divorce, and Step-Families. Family Law News, State Bar of California Family Law Section: 13(2).|READ THIS PUBLICATION|

Brotsky, M., Steinman, S., and Zemmelman, S.E. (1991). Joint Custody Through Mediation: A Longitudinal Assessment of the Children. in Folberg, J. (Ed.) Joint Custody and Shared Parenting. N.Y.: Guilford.

Brotsky, M., Steinman, S., and Zemmelman, S.E. (1988). Joint Custody Through Mediation-Reviewed. Conciliation Courts Review, 26(2).

Zemmelman, S.E., Steinman, S., and Knoblauch, T. (1987). A Model Project on Joint Custody for Families Undergoing Divorce. Social Work, 32(1).

Steinman, S.B., Zemmelman, S.E., and Knoblauch, T.M. (1985). A Study of Parents Who Sought Joint Custody Following Divorce. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 24(5).

Zemmelman, S.E., Ames, J., and Sikorski, J. (1992). Kids’ Turn Curriculum. Training manual detailing a psychoeducational group intervention program for children ages four through adolescence and their parents coping with separation, divorce, and custody conflicts.