Classic Resources (through 1999)
Bowlby, J. (1988). A secure base: Parent-child attachment and healthy human development.New York: Basic Books, Inc.
Erickson, M., & Kurz-Riemer, K. (1999). Infants, toddlers, and families. New York: The Guilford Press.
Fraiberg, S. (Ed.) (1980). Clinical studies in infant mental health. New York: Basic Books.
Fraiberg, S., & Adelson, E., & Shapiro, V. (1975). Ghosts in the nursery: A psychoanalytic approach to the problems of impaired infant-mother relationships. Journal of American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 13, 387-421 [Reprinted in L Fraiberg (Ed.) Selected Writings of Selma Fraiberg (pp. 100-136). Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1987].
Greenspan, S.I. (1985). First feelings: Milestones in the emotional development of your baby and child. New York: Viking.
Lieberman, A. (1993). The emotional life of the toddler. New York: The Free Press.
Lieberman, A., & Zeanah, C. (1999). Contributions of attachment theory to infant-parent psychotherapy and other interventions with infants and young children. In J. Cassidy & P. Shaver (Eds), Handbook of attachment. New York: Guilford Press.
Pawl, J. & St. John, M. (1998). How you are is as important as what you do. In Making a positive difference for infants, toddlers and their families. Washington, D.C: Zero to Three.
Pawl, J. (1995). The therapeutic relationship as human connectedness: Being held in another person’s mind. Bulletin for Zero to Three, 15, pp. 3-5.
Stern, D. N. (1995). The motherhood constellation: A unified view of parent-infant psychotherapy. New York, NY: Basic Books.
Trout, M. (1982). The language of parent-infant interaction. In J. Stack (Ed.), The special infant. New York: Human Sciences Press.
Wright, B. (1986). An approach to infant-parent psychotherapy. Infant Mental Health Journal, 7(4), 247-263.