TREATMENT MANUAL

Hoffman, L., Rice, T. R., with Prout, T. A. (2016). Manual of regulation-focused psychotherapy for children (RFP-C) with externalizing behaviors: A psychodynamic approach. New York, NY: Routledge. 

Foreword to the practice manual (The manual can be purchased at 20% off plus free shipping with code IRK71.)

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Prout, T. A., Gerber, L. E., Gaines, E., Hoffman, L., & Rice, T. R. (2015). The development of an evidence-based treatment: Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children with externalizing disorders. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 41(3), 255-271.

Hoffman, L. (2015). Berta Bornstein’s “Frankie” The Contemporary Relevance of a Classic to the Treatment of Children with Disruptive Symptoms. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child68(1), 152-176.

Hoffman, L. (2015). Mentalization, Emotion Regulation, Countertransference. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 14:258–271, 2015. 

Rice, T. R., & Hoffman, L. (2014). Defense mechanisms and implicit emotion regulation: A comparison of a psychodynamic construct with one from contemporary neuroscience. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 62(4), 693-708.

Hoffman, L. (2013). Single Case Archive of Hoffman, L. (1989). The Psychoanalytic Process and the Development of Insight in Child Analysis: A Case Study. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 57:63-80.  In Desmet, M., Meganck, R., Seybert, C., Willemsen, J., Van Camp, I., Geerardyn, F., Declercq, F., Inslegers, R., Trenson, E., Vanheule, S., Kirshner, L., Schindler, I. & Kächele, H. (2013). Psychoanalytic Single Cases Published in ISI-Ranked Journals: The Construction of an Online Archive. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 82, 120-121.

Hoffman, L. (2007). Do children get better when we interpret their defenses against painful feelings?The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child62(1), 291-313.

CHAPTERS

Hoffman, L. and Rice, T.R. (2017). Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Children. In PDM Task Force (Eds.), Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM). Silver Spring, MD: Alliance of Psychoanalytic Organizations. 

Hoffman, L., Rice, T. R., & Prout, T. A. (2017). The added value of modern conflict theory when working with children.  In M. Eagle, C. Christian, & D. Wolitzky (Eds.), Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Conflict. New York, NY: Routledge.

Rice, T. R., Oluyadi, F., Gaines, E., Prout, T. A., & Hoffman, L. (2015). Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children in medical education. In L. Sher & T. R. Rice (Eds.), Neurobiology of men’s mental health: Psychiatry – Theory, applications and treatments (95-104). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. 

Rice, T. R., Loungani, R., Gaines, E., Prout, T. A., & Hoffman, L. (2015). Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children in general psychiatric education. In L. Sher & T. R. Rice (Eds.), Neurobiology of men’s mental health: Psychiatry – Theory, applications and treatments (105-116). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. 

LETTERS & EDITORIALS

Rice, T., Prout, T. A., & Hoffman, L. (2015). Implicit emotion regulation: Linking childhood oppositional defiant disorder with adult depression and bipolar disorder? International Journal of Adolescent Mental Health. doi: 10.1515/ijamh-2015-0075

WEB PUBLICATIONS

Hoffman, L. (2010). Interpreting Defenses Against Unpleasant Feeling States. Common Language Procedures.http://www.commonlanguagepsychotherapy.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Accepted_procedures/interpretingdefenses.pdf

PRESENTATIONS

Hoffman, L. (November & December 2017). Regulation-Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors: A Psychodynamic Approach. Extension Division, New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI). New York, NY. 

Hoffman, L. (November 2017). Why is it easier to be mad than to feel sad? Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children (RFP-C) with Externalizing Behaviors. Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Program (CAP) Visiting Faculty Series. Institute for Psychoanalysis and Research (IPTAR). New York, NY. 

Hoffman, L. (September 2017). Why is it easier to be mad than to feel sad: Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors. Fall Conference, Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association (OPPA). Ashland, OR. 

Hoffman, L. (September 2017). Why is it easier to be mad than to feel sad: Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors. Austen Riggs Center. Stockbridge, Massachusetts. 

Hoffman, L. (June 2017). Utilization of RFP-C with Children. Discussion of Line Brotnow. Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual-2 Conference. New York, NY.  

Hoffman, L. (June 2017). Assessing Children. Discussion of Norka Malberg. Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual-2 Conference. New York, NY. 

Hoffman, L. (May 2017). Psychodynamic Approaches to Disruptive Disorders in Childhood. Tillie Krug Workshop, Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. Cincinnati, OH. 

Hoffman, L. (January 2017). Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors: A Psychodynamic Approach. American Psychoanalytic Association, Child and Adolescent Panel. 

Prout, T. A., Aizin, S., Clements, T. (January 2017). Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children (RFP-C): Parent Group Intervention. Poster presented at annual meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association. New York, NY.

Hoffman, L. (December 2016). Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors: A Psychodynamic Approach. American Institute for Psychoanalysis. New York, NY. 

Hoffman, L. and Rice, T. (October 2016). Regulation-Focused Psychotherapy for Children with Externalizing Behaviors: A Psychodynamic Approach. Extension Division, New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI). New York, NY. 

Hoffman, L. (October 2016). Psychodynamic Approaches to Disruptive Disorders in Childhood. Presented to the Virginia Psychoanalytic Society.

Hoffman, L. and Rice T. (September 2016). How to help Oppositional Children. Presented at Child Rounds at the Lenox Hill Hospital Outpatient Center for Mental Health. New York, NY. 

Gaines, E. & Prout, T. A. (April 2016). Effects of supervision on graduate trainees in Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for Children (RFP-C). Poster presented at Spring meeting of the APA Division 39. Atlanta, GA. 

Rice, T. R., Gaines, E., Oluyadi, F., Prout, T. A., & Hoffman, L. (June 2015). Re-introducing psychodynamics into medical school education: Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children as a teaching tool. Athens, Greece: XVII World Congress of Psychiatry.

Rice, T.R., Hoffman L. (June 2015). Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children: Illustrations of a Research Domain Criteria-compatible psychodynamic intervention for youth with externalizing behaviors. Athens, Greece: XVII World Congress of Psychiatry.

Prout, T. A. (May 2015). Efficacy of psychodynamic psychotherapy – Do psychodynamic treatments work? Invited presentation. North Central Bronx Hospital Grand Rounds.

Prout, T. A. (February 2015). Efficacy of psychodynamic psychotherapy – Do psychodynamic treatments work? Invited presentation. NYU Medical Center/Institute for Psychoanalytic Education – Open House.

Hoffman, L. (December 2014). Mentalization, Emotion Regulation, Countertransference. Presented at Wondering and Imagining: Mentalization in Clinical Practice. Section II of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association.

Prout, T. A., Hoffman, L., & Rice, T. (August 2014). Regulation-focused psychotherapy for children: Why is it easier to get mad than to feel sad? Poster presented at American Psychological Association Annual Convention.

Hoffman, L. (January 2014). Regulation-Focused Psychotherapy for Children: A manualized dynamic therapy for children. Discussion of Timothy Rice presentation. American Psychoanalytic Association, Research Seminar.

Hoffman, L. (February 2013). Discussion of Defense-Focused Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Children: Evidence supporting an affect-oriented approach to Oppositional Defiant Disorder by Timothy Rice. Mount Sinai Grand Rounds. New York, NY.