Specializing in the Treatment of Eating Disorders in New York City
Brisman, J. (in print) What we talk about when we talk about food. Unknowable, Unspeakable, and Unsprung: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on truth, scandal, secrets, and lies (eds. J. Petrucelli & S. Schoen) London: Rutledge.
Brisman, J. (2014) What’s Going On, What’s Going On? An Interpersonal Approach to Family Therapy of the Patient with an Eating Disorder (p.145-153). In Body-States:Interpersonal and Relational Perspectives on the Treatment of Eating Disorders Jean Petrucelli (Ed.), NY:Rutledge.
Brisman, J. (in print). Heathen Talk: Psychoanalytic Considerations of Eating Disorders and The Dissociated Self in Psychoanalytic Treatment of Eating Disorders, Relational Perspectives book series, (eds. A. Harris and L. Aron).
Brisman, J. (in print) Heathen Talk: Psychoanalytic Considerations of Eating Disorders and The Dissociated Self. Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy.
Brisman, J. (in print) When Bad Things Happen to Good Parents. Gurze/Salutore Eating Disorder Resource Catalogue
Brisman, J. (2012) Use and Usefulness of Psychoanalytic Scripture in the Treatment of the Eating-disordered Patient: The Psychoanalyst’s Retreat? The Psychoanalytic Review. 99(2) :253-266.
Brisman, J. (2010). When Helping Hurts: The Role of the Family and Significant Others in the Treatment of an Eating Disorder. In: Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice (eds. M. Maine, D. Bunnell & B. McGilley), London: Elsevier Books.
Brisman, J. (2008). Book Review: Creating Bodies: Eating Disorders as Self-Destructive Survival by Katie Gentile in Contemporary Psychoanalysis 44 (3): 476-481.
Brisman, J. (2006). Passion and Privacy: Shadows in the Analytic Terrain. In: Longing: Psychoanalytic Musings on Desire (ed. J. Petrucelli) New York: Karnac Books. 3-12.
Brisman, J. (2002). Wanting. Contemporary Psychoanalysis 38(2):329-343.
Brisman, J. (2001). The Instigation of Dare. In: Hungers and Compulsions. (eds. J. Petrucelli & C. Stuart) New York: Jason Aronson. 53-64.
Brisman, J. (1999). Eating disorders. Parents’ League Review. 33: 216-227.
Brisman, J. (1998). When actions speak louder than words: verbal and non-verbal wrangling in the therapeutic arena. Commentary to paper by D. Barth., Psych. Dial. 8(5): 707-714.
Brisman, J. (1997). Treatment of the eating-disordered patient: Encounters and negotiations. Master Lecture Series. NewYork: W.A.White Institute.
Brisman, J. (1995). Addictions. In: Handbook of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis (eds.M. Lionells, J. Fiscalini, C. Mann & D. Stern ). New York: Analytic Press. 301-316.
Brisman, J. (1995). Psychodynamic psychotherapy and action-oriented technique: An Integrated Approach in Treating Eating Disorders (eds.: I. Yalom and J. Werne). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. 31-70.
Brisman, J. (1994). Learning to listen: Therapeutic encounters and negotiations in the early stage of treatment. Eating Disorders. 2 (1): 68-73.
Brisman, J. (1992). ). Bulimia in the late adolescent: An analytic perspective to a behavioral problem. In: J. O’Brien, D. Pilowsky & O. Lewis (Eds.), Psychotherapies with Children: Adapting the Dynamic Process. American Psychiatric Press.
Brisman, J. (1989). Treatment of the bulimic student: Considerations and complications. In L.C. Whitaker & W. Davis (Eds.), The Bulimic College Student: Evaluation, Treatment and Prevention, New York: The Haworth Press, 91-204.
Brisman, J. (1988-1994). “The Doctor’s Forum”, Columnist and Psychological Consultant, Weight Watchers Magazine.
Brisman, J. & Siegel, M. (1985) “The Bulimia Workshop”: A unique integration of group treatment approaches. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. Vol. 35 (4), 585-601.
Brisman, J. & Siegel, M. (1984). “Bulimia and Alcoholism: Two Sides of the Same Coin?” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol. I, 113-118.
Lewis, O. & Brisman, J. (1992) Medication and bulimia: Binge/purge dynamics and the “helpful” pill. International Journal of Eating Disorders. Vol. 12 (3), 327-331.
Siegel, M. & Brisman, J. (1985). “Bulimia: Your problem and his.” Bride’s Magazine, p. 376.