Publications – Peer Reviewed

“It’s a Bird…” by Steven Seagle, book review, Families Systems and Health, Vol. 24 (3) 353-354, 2006

“Poetic License – Balint Style,” Poems, Families, Systems and Health, Vol. 26 (2) 235, 2008

“Teaching Housekeeping: Learning to Manage the Emotional Impact of Patient Care,” Families, Systems and Health, Vol. 26 (3) 356-364, 2008

“Teaching the value of continuity of care: a case conference on long term healing relationships,” Families, Systems and Health, Vol. 30 (4) 302-307, 2012

 “The Unique Contribution of Behavioral Scientists to Medical Education: the Top Ten Competencies,” The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol. 47 (4) 317-326, 2014

“A Guide to Introducing and Integrating Reflective Practices in Medical Education,” The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol. 49 (1) 95-105, 2015

“Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Residency Learning Environment: A Case Study in Cultural Transformation,”  Cohen-Katz, J., Sternlieb, J., Hansen, S., Dostal, J., Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 2016, Dec; 8(5):692-698

“Best practices and new directions - Editorial,” Knowlton, E.K., Sternlieb, J., Freedy, J., The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,  2018, Jan-March, Vol. 53, No 1-2, 5-6

“Demystifying Balint culture and its impact: An autoethnographic analysis,” Sternlieb. J., The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,  2018, Jan-March, Vol. 53, No 1-2,  39-46

“Mapping the Balint groups to the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical
Education family medicine competencies,” Lichtenstein, A,  Antoun, J., Rule, C., Knowlton, E.K., Sternlieb, J., The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,  2018, Jan-March, Vol. 53, No 1-2, 47-58

“Diversity: The hidden ABS core value—Emerging conversations and strategic
actions,” Sternlieb, J., Graves, E., Wassink, M., Knowlton, K., The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,  2018, Jan-March, Vol. 53, No 1-2, 66-69

Publications - Guest Editor

Co-Guest Editor, The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, “Special Issue: Proceedings of the Second Biennial Meeting of the American Balint Society,” Volume 53 Number 1–2 January-March 2018

Publications – Book Chapter

“Balint Group Process: Optimizing the Doctor-Patient Relationship,” Sternlieb, Scott, Lichtenstein, Nease and Freedy, in A Psychodynamic Understanding of Modern Medicine: Placing the Person at the Center of Care, O’Reilly-Landry, ed., Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford, UK, 2012, page 131-140

Publications – Oral / Scientific Presentations

“Expanding the Boundaries of Balint Applications (But Not the Balint Process),” in Proceedings, 16th International Balint Congress, Brasov, Romania, September 5-9, 2009

“From Doctors and Patients to Clergy and Congregants,” in Proceedings, 17th International Balint Congress, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 7-11, 2011

“Balint as an Invitation to Play: Contributions from Winnicott and Piaget,” in Proceedings, 18th International Balint Congress, Heidelberg, Germany, September 7-11, 2013 (also translated and published in the German Balint Journal,  Spring, 2015)

“Discovering My White Male Privilege: Becoming an Ally - Continuing My Education,”  in Proceedings, 20th International Balint Congress, Oxford, United Kingdom, September 9-13, 2017

Publications – Non-peer reviewed / edited Professional Journals

“Re-Entry: The last task of a Balint Intensive,” Balint Intensive Bibliography, American Balint Society, March 2003

Family Medicine Newsletter, Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA

  • “The Ultimate Therapy,” – September 2004
  • “Emotional Arithmetic – It Doesn’t Always Add Up,” – January 2005
  • “Hey Doc, Do You Remember Me?” – April 2006

“Balint: An Underutilized Tool,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, January 2005 (Reprinted in APA, Division 42, Psychologists in Independent Practice, Summer 2006)

“Grappling with Demons: Surviving a Family Suicide,” Amherst, Winter 2005

“White Privilege: How Would I know?” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, December 2005

“Political Correctness: A Case of Privilege, Power, and Backlash,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, December 2006

“Re-Entry: The last task of a Balint Intensive,” Journal of the Balint Society,   Vol. 35 p. 24, 2007

“Am I the Only One? (or ‘You Might be a Psychologist if…’),” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, January 2008

“Validation: Listening Without Judgment,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, June 2009

“Balint Group Architecture,” Journal of the Balint Society, Vol. 39 p. 17-19, 2011

“Wounds and Impairment: Just Part of Being Human,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, December 2011, p. 17, 19

“A Chance to Walk the Talk at the Ethics Educators Conference,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, June 2012, p. 13-14

“Impact of Culture, Ethnicity and Bias on Diagnosis: Can We Make Peace with Bias, Prejudice and Racism?”  The Pennsylvania Psychologist, September 2012, p. 13, 15

“Stirring the ‘Emotional Soup,’” Knapp and Sternlieb, The Pennsylvania Psychologist, Oct, 2012

“Three Favorite Things about Being a Psychologist,” Knapp and Sternlieb, The Pennsylvania Psychologist, Nov, 2012

Welcome Address to the 17th International Balint Congress, “Dear Enid,” Journal of the Balint Society, Vol 40, 2012, London

“A Continuum of Reflective Practices: What, How, and Why – Part I,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, September 2013, p. 21, 25

“A Continuum of Reflective Practices: What, How, and Why – Part II,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, October 2013

“Self Care is a 50 – 50 Proposition,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist Update, October 2014

“One Psychologist’s Role in Medical Education,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, September 2015, p. 18, 20

“Psychology and Medicine Integration: the Present, the Future, and the Challenges of the Journey,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, December, 2015, P.14-15

“Reducing Interpersonal Violence - Taking Our Own Inventory,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, March 2016

“Rx: Surviving a Life Threatening Experience,” The Pennsylvania Psychologist, June 2016, p. 24-25

 

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