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Per Einar Binder

Professor, Vice-Dean
  • E-mailPer.Binder@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 90 90+47 995 00 313
  • Visitor Address
    Christiesgt. 12
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7807
    5020 BERGEN

 

  • Qualitative research on psychotherapy processes, recovery and change
  • Relational, emotion-focused and existential psychotherapy
  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and the role of mindfulness in psychotherapy
Selected publications
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Schanche, Elisabeth; Holgersen, Helge; Nielsen, Geir Høstmark; Hjeltnes, Aslak; Stige, Signe Hjelen; Veseth, Marius; Moltu, Christian. 2016. Why do we need qualitative research on psychological treatments? The case for discovery, reflexivity, critique, receptivity, and evocation. Scandinavian Psychologist. 3:e8. doi: 10.15714/scandpsychol.3.e8
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Moltu, Christian; Sagen, Solfrid Henden; Hummelsund, Didrik Andreassen; Holgersen, Helge. 2013. Unique Beings Undergoing Standard Evaluations - A Qualitative Study of Adolescents’ Experiences of the Assessment Processes in Psychotherapy. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 25: 107-119. doi: 10.1037/a0031420
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Holgersen, Helge; Moltu, Christian. 2012. Staying close and reflexive: An explorative and reflexive approach to qualitative research on psychotherapy. Nordic Psychology. 64: 103-117. Published 2012-11-10. doi: 10.1080/19012276.2012.726815
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Moltu, Christian; Hummelsund, Didrik Andreassen; Sagen, Solfrid Henden; Holgersen, Helge. 2011. Meeting an adult ally on the way out into the world: Adolescent patients' experiences of useful psychotherapeutic ways of working at an age when independence really matters. Psychotherapy Research. 21: 554-566. doi: 10.1080/10503307.2011.587471
  • Binder, Per-Einar. 2005. The meaning bearing other: a relational view on the child psychotherapeutic process. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry. 33: 657-670.
  • Binder, Per-Einar. 2006. Searching for the enriching sense of otherness: The psychoanalytic psychotherapist as a meaning bearing other. International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 15: 162-168. doi: 10.1080/08037060500526409
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Holgersen, Helge; Nielsen, Geir Høstmark. 2008. Establishing a bond that works: a qualitative study of how psychotherapists make contact with adolescent patients. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Councelling. 10: 55-69. doi: 10.1080/13642530701869730
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Holgersen, Helge; Nielsen, Geir Høstmark. 2008. Re-establishing contact: A qualitative exploration of how therapists work with ruptures in adolescent psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 8: 239-245. doi: 10.1080/14733140802363167
  • Binder, Per-Einar. 2009. Following old paths to new places - thirdness, mentalization, and the search for a transformational meeting. International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 18: 168-176. doi: 10.1080/08037060902815335
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Holgersen, Helge; Nielsen, Geir Høstmark. 2009. Why did I change when I went to therapy? A qualitative analysis of former patients' conceptions of successful psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 9: 250-256. doi: 10.1080/14733140902898088
  • Binder, Per-Einar; Holgersen, Helge; Nielsen, Geir Høstmark. 2010. What is a “good outcome” in psychotherapy? A qualitative exploration of former patients' point of view. Psychotherapy Research. 20: 285-294. doi: 10.1080/10503300903376338
Academic article
  • 2020. The Psychometric Properties of the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale - Brief. Frontiers in Psychology. 7 pages.
  • 2020. Participant experiences of change in mindfulness-based stress reduction for anxiety disorders. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being.
  • 2020. General practitioners' experiences of clinical consultations with refugees suffering from mental health problems. Frontiers in Psychology.
  • 2019. “You Feel They Have a Heart and Are Not Afraid to Show It”: Exploring How Clients Experience the Therapeutic Relationship in Emotion-Focused Therapy. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-11.
  • 2019. Therapist self-disclosure and the problem of shared-decision making. Journal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice. 6 pages.
  • 2019. The association between juvenile onset of depression and emotion regulation difficulties. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-12.
  • 2019. Plunging into a dark sea of emotions: Professionals’ emotional experiences addressing child abuse in interviews with children . Qualitative Health Research. 1-13.
  • 2019. Mentalization-based treatment from the patients' perspective - what ingredients do they emphasize? Frontiers in Psychology. 1-13.
  • 2019. Entering an emotional minefield: professionals’ experiences with facilitators to address abuse in child interviews. BMC Health Services Research.
  • 2019. Can clinical psychology students benefit from brief and intensive mindfulness training? Counselling and Psychotherapy Research.
  • 2019. Becoming Aware of Inner Self-Critique and Kinder Toward Self: A Qualitative Study of Experiences of Outcome After a Brief Self-Compassion Intervention for University Level Students. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-12.
  • 2019. A psychophysiological investigation of the interplay between orienting and executive control during stimulus conflict: A heart rate variability study. Physiology and Behavior. 1-8.
  • 2018. “It’s heavy, intense, horrendous and nice”: Clients’ experiences of processing emotions in a two-chair dialogue. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 139-159.
  • 2018. What are "good outcomes" for adolescents in public mental health settings? International Journal of Mental Health Systems. 1-10.
  • 2018. Trauma Clients’ Continuing Work on Relationships with Their Self and Others after Trauma-Specific Group Therapy. Self & Society. 74-85.
  • 2018. Medicine and meaning - How experienced therapists describe the role of medication in recovery processes in bipolar disorder. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research.
  • 2018. Facing social fears: How do improved participants experience change in mindfulness-based stress reduction for social anxiety disorder? Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 35-44.
  • 2018. Dispositional mindfulness and attentional control: The specific association between the mindfulness facets of non-judgment and describing with flexibility of early operating orienting in conflict detection. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-9.
  • 2018. 'Nobody else can lead your life': What adolescents need from psychotherapists in change processes. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 262-273.
  • 2017. The role of therapy in personal recovery - Trauma clients' use of resources to continue positive processes following group therapy. Qualitative Social Work. 24-36.
  • 2017. The association between self-reported difficulties in emotion regulation and heart rate variability: The salient role of not accepting negative emotions. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-9.
  • 2017. Mentalization-based treatment for female patients with comorbid personality disorder and substance use disorder: A pilot study. Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2017. Juggling thoughts and feelings: How do female patients with borderline symptomology and substance use disorder experience change in mentalization-based treatment? Psychotherapy Research. 251-266.
  • 2017. Is restlessness best understood as a process? Reflecting on four boys’ restlessness during music therapy in kindergarten. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 15 pages.
  • 2017. Establishing and maintaining rapport in investigative interviews of traumatized victims: A qualitative study. Policing: A journal og Policy and Practice.
  • 2017. Does a short self-compassion intervention for students increase healthy self-regulation? A randomized control trial. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 443-450.
  • 2017. Collaborating to stay open and aware: Service user involvement in mental health research as an aid in reflexivity. Nordic Psychology. 256-263.
  • 2017. 'If there's no stability around them': Experienced therapists' view on the role of patients' social world in recovery in bipolar disorder. International Journal of Mental Health Systems.
  • 2016. ‘You notice that there is something positive about going to school’: how teachers’ kindness can promote positive teacher–student relationships in upper secondary school. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth. 377-389.
  • 2016. Why do we need qualitative research on psychological treatments? The case for discovery, reflexivity, critique, receptivity, and evocation. Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2016. What brings you here? Exploring why young adults seek help for social anxiety. Qualitative Health Research. 1705-1720.
  • 2016. Trait self-compassion reflects emotional flexibility through an association with high vagally mediated heart rate variability. Mindfulness. 1103-1113.
  • 2016. This is what I need a clinical feedback system to do for me: A qualitative inquiry into therapists’ and patients’ perspectives. Psychotherapy Research. 250-263.
  • 2016. They need to be recognized as a person in everyday life: Teachers' and helpers' experiences of teacher-student relationships in upper secondary school. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 12 pages.
  • 2016. Sincerely speaking: Why do psychotherapists self-disclose in therapy? – A qualitative hermeneutic phenomenological study. Nordic Psychology. 143-159.
  • 2016. Sediments and vistas in the relational matrix of the unfolding "I": A qualitative study of therapists' experiences with self-disclosure in psychotherapy. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 248-258.
  • 2016. Regulating and coping with distress during police interviews of traumatized victims. Psychological Trauma. 736-744.
  • 2016. Recovery in bipolar disorders: Experienced therapists' view of their patients' struggles and efforts when facing a severe mental illness. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 437-449.
  • 2016. Mindfulness based stress reduction for academic evaluation anxiety: a naturalistic longitudinal study. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. 114-131.
  • 2016. Learning from clients: A qualitative investigation of psychotherapists' reactions to negative verbal feedback. Psychotherapy Research. 545-559.
  • 2016. How does practicing psychotherapy affect the personal life of the therapist? A qualitative inquiry of senior therapists’ experiences. Psychotherapy Research. 737-749.
  • 2016. From painstaking work to a new way of meeting the world—Trauma clients’ experiences with skill training in a stabilization group approach. Psychotherapy Research.
  • 2016. Facilitating change in a client's dysfunctional behavioural pattern with horse-aided psychotherapy. A case study. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 222-231.
  • 2016. Emotional intelligence in police interviews: approach, training and the usefulness of the concept. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. 410-424.
  • 2016. Both sides of the story: Exploring how improved and less-improved participants experience mindfulness-based stress reduction for social anxiety disorder. Psychotherapy Research. 106-122.
  • 2016. An open trial of mindfulness-based stress reduction for young adults with social anxiety disorder. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 80-90.
  • 2015. Patients' experiences of changes in health complaints before, during, and after removal of dental amalgam. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 11 pages.
  • 2015. Facing the fear of failure: An explorative qualitative study of client experiences in a mindfulness-based stress reduction program for university students with academic evaluation anxiety. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being.
  • 2015. Emotion work in a mental health service setting. Qualitative Social Work. 317-332.
  • 2015. Do we understand children’s restlessness? Constructing ecologically valid understandings through reflexive cooperation. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 1-12.
  • 2014. Skilled therapists’ experiences of how they contributed to constructive change in difficult therapies: A qualitative study. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 128-137.
  • 2014. How unexplained health complaints were attributed to dental amalgam. Nordic Psychology. 216-229.
  • 2014. Equine-facilitated body and emotion-oriented psychotherapy designed for adolescents and adults not responding to mainstream treatment: A structured program. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 323-335.
  • 2013. Å kjenne mønstrene innenfra: Forskjeller og møtepunkter mellom relasjonell og emosjonsfokusert psykoterapi. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 765-771.
  • 2013. We have travelled a long distance and sorted out the mess in the drawers: Metaphors for moving toward the end in psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 71-80.
  • 2013. Unique Beings Undergoing Standard Evaluations - A Qualitative Study of Adolescents’ Experiences of the Assessment Processes in Psychotherapy. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 107-119.
  • 2013. Tilstede i glede og smerte - mindfulness og arbeid med emosjoner i psykoterapi. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 814-821.
  • 2013. The role of work in recovery from bipolar disorders. Qualitative Social Work. 323-339.
  • 2013. The Five Factor Mindfulness Questionnaire in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 250-260.
  • 2013. Stories from the road of recovery - How adult, female survivors of childhood trauma experience ways to positive change. Nordic Psychology. 3-18.
  • 2013. Professionals’ Experiences of the Relations between Personal History and Professional Role. Nursing Research and Practice. 12 pages.
  • 2013. Negotiating ending: A qualitative study of the process of ending psychotherapy. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Councelling. 274-295.
  • 2013. Med følelsene i sentrum - utviklingstrekk innenfor dynamiske og humanistiske terapiformer. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 790-794.
  • 2013. How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problem. Qualitative Studies. 21-38.
  • 2013. Engulfed by an Alienated and Threatening Emotional Body: The Essential Meaning Structure of Depression in Women. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology. 153-178.
  • 2012. Toward caring for oneself in a life of intense ups and downs: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of recovery in bipolar disorder. Qualitative Health Research. 119-133.
  • 2012. Staying close and reflexive: An explorative and reflexive approach to qualitative research on psychotherapy. Nordic Psychology. 103-117.
  • 2012. Collaborating with the client: Skilled psychotherapists' experiences of the client's agency as a premise for their own contribution in difficult therapies ending well. Journal of psychotherapy integration. 85-108.
  • 2012. A qualitative exploration of how health care workers in an inpatient setting in Norway experience working with patients who self-injure. Nordic Psychology. 272-290.
  • 2011. Two Ways of Living through Postpartum Depression. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology. 174-194.
  • 2011. The voices of fellow travellers : experienced therapist's strategies when facing difficult therapeutic impasses. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 250-267.
  • 2011. Meeting an adult ally on the way out into the world: Adolescent patients' experiences of useful psychotherapeutic ways of working at an age when independence really matters. Psychotherapy Research. 554-566.
  • 2011. A case study of a mother’s intertwining experiences with incest and postpartum depression. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being. 7244.
  • 2010. Å være til stede sammen: Oppmerksomt nærvær i psykoterapi. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 112-117.
  • 2010. What is a “good outcome” in psychotherapy? A qualitative exploration of former patients' point of view. Psychotherapy Research. 285-294.
  • 2010. Development through interruptions and reparations – A case study of a mutually challenging psychotherapy. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Councelling. 287-302.
  • 2010. Commitment under pressure: Experienced therapists' inner work during difficult therapeutic impasses. Psychotherapy Research. 309 -320.
  • 2009. Why did I change when I went to therapy? A qualitative analysis of former patients' conceptions of successful psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 250-256.
  • 2009. Why did I change when I went to therapy? A qualitative analysis of former patients' conceptions of successful psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 250-256.
  • 2009. In Wonderland: a phenomenological, developmental and self psychological analysis of a child’s playful encounter with a new reality. Nordic Psychology. 16-28.
  • 2009. In Wonderland: a phenomenological, developmental and self psychological analysis of a child’s playful encounter with a new reality. Nordic Psychology. 16-28.
  • 2009. Following old paths to new places - thirdness, mentalization, and the search for a transformational meeting. International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 168-176.
  • 2008. Re-establishing contact: A qualitative exploration of how therapists work with ruptures in adolescent psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 239-245.
  • 2008. Establishing a bond that works: a qualitative study of how psychotherapists make contact with adolescent patients. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Councelling. 55-69.
  • 2008. Den håpefulle utprøving. Forholdet mellom kasusformulering og vekstbefordrende terapeutiske intervensjoner i lys av kontroll-mestringsteori. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 958-968.
  • 2007. Å videreutvikle rommet for meningssøkende og meningsskapende psykoterapi. Impuls : Tidsskrift for psykologi. 18-25.
  • 2007. Barn og ungdom med seksualisert problematferd - innspill til en forklaringsmodell. Matrix. 198-213.
  • 2006. Unge overgripere fenomen, psykoterapi og utfall. Skolepsykologi. 17-30.
  • 2006. Searching for the enriching sense of otherness: The psychoanalytic psychotherapist as a meaning bearing other. International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 162-168.
  • 2006. Hva er relasjonell psykoanalyse? Nye psykoanalytiske perspektiver på samhandling, det ubevisste og selvet. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 899-908.
  • 2006. Før og nå - forståelsen av overføring i den relasjonelle psykoanalysen. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 917-924.
  • 2006. At the verge of unthinkable anxiety. On the relevance of a neurophysiologically informed relational perspective on meaning making in psychosis. International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 201-211.
  • 2006. Affect consciousness or mentalization? A comparison of two concepts with regard to affect development and affect regulation. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 237-244.
  • 2005. The meaning bearing other: a relational view on the child psychotherapeutic process. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry. 657-670.
  • 2005. Balancing losses and growth. A relational perspective on identity formation in the second half of life. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry. 431-451.
  • 2004. The house is burning � relationally oriented psychoanalytic perspectives and neurobiological on psychosis and serious personality disturbance. Matrix. 96-122.
  • 2004. The homelessness of psychosis Part 2: The shattering, the broken bond and the road towards the meaning bearing other. Nordisk Psykologi: teori, forskning, praksis. 233-248.
  • 2004. The homelessness of psychosis Part 1: A place for psychodynamic phenomenology in the age of the brain . Nordisk Psykologi: teori, forskning, praksis. 218-232.
  • 2004. Relasjon, dialog og meningsskaping er psykoterapiens kjerne. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 396-399.
  • 2004. Om å bevare psykoterapiens rom for fri intersubjektiv utforskning. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 482-486.
  • 2004. Individualterapi med barn og unge: en velfundert, nyttig og regningssvarende behandlingsform? Matrix. 22-40.
  • 2004. Der huset brenner. Relasjonelle psykoanalytiske og nevrobiologske perspektiv på psykoser og alvorlig personlighetspatologi. Matrix. 96-122.
  • 2001. Relasjonsorientert psykodynamisk praksis er støttet av evidens. En granskning av visse forutsetninger i diskusjonen om terapeutisk effekt. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 528-539.
  • 2000. A boy in search of a meaning bearing other – from being a space shuttle to almost landing as an ordinary plane. Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review. 133-140.
  • 1999. Hinsides tilpasningsprinsippet. Omriss av en fortolkende relasjonell psykoanalyse. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 636-646.
  • 1998. Psykoanalytisk psykologi mot tusenårsskiftet. Fremveksten av de relasjonelle perspektivene. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening.
Academic lecture
  • 2020. Fastlegers erfaringer i kliniske møter med flyktningspasienter som lider av psykiske problemer – hvilke barrierer oppleves og hva hjelper?
  • 2019. Exploring GPs’ experiences of clinical consultations with refugees suffering from mental health problems in Norway.
  • 2018. What are "good" outcomes for adolescents in public mental health settings?
  • 2016. The functional interaction between attention networks reflects enhanced flexible and adaptive abilities – as measured with heart rate variability .
  • 2015. What are «good outcomes» in public mental health settings? A qualitative exploration of clients’ and therapists’ experiences.
  • 2015. This is what I need to know about my patients. A qualitative inquiry into therapists’ and clients’ perspectives on clinical feedback.
  • 2015. Learning from the client: An analysis of psychotherapists` reflections on the influence of feedback from clients on their professional development.
  • 2014. Looking back: How did being a therapist affect my personal life?
  • 2012. What I think I did that helped. Skilled therapists' experiences of curative factors in psychotherapy.
  • 2012. Metaphors for moving toward the end in psychotherapy.
  • 2011. What has changed? A qualitative study of how improvement in psychotherapy is negotiatied and experienced in the process of ending.
  • 2011. Negotiating ending: a qualitative study of the process of ending psychotherapy.
  • 2011. Collaborating with the patient in the struggle toward growth: Skilled psychotherapists’ experiences of the patient in difficult therapies ending well.
  • 2010. “Changes” and “outcomes”. A qualitative exploration of former psychoterapy patients’ point of view.
  • 2010. The voices of fellow travellers: Experienced therapists' strategies when facing difficult therapeutic impasses.
  • 2009. What is a “good outcome” in psychotherapy? An exploration of former patients’ point of view.
  • 2009. What is a “good outcome” in psychotherapy? An exploration of former patients’ point of view.
  • 2009. Terapeuters følelseshåndtering i vanskelige terapier.
  • 2009. Oppmerksomt nærvær i den utfordrende relasjonen.
  • 2009. Oppmerksomt nærvær i den utfordrende relasjonen.
  • 2009. Being stuck together – highly trained and experienced therapists’ inner work during difficult therapeutic impasses.
  • 2008. Å være sammen tilstede - om mindfulness i terapiens følelsesmessige samspill.
  • 2008. Oppmerksomt nærvær i møtet mellom sinn - mindfulness og psykoanalytisk psykoterapi.
  • 2008. Når terapeuten settes på prøve.
  • 2008. Narsissisme - utviklingstema, personlighetsstil og forstyrrelse.
  • 2008. Klinisk veiledningsmetodikk på relasjonell grunn.
  • 2008. Joseph Weiss og Donald W Winnicotts tenkning – fellestrekk og ulikheter betraktet fra et eksistensielt-relasjonelt perspektiv.
  • 2008. HVORDAN ER DET PASIENTER OPPLEVER SUKSESSFULL TERAPI? EN KVALITATIV INTERVJUSTUDIE MED MENNESKER SOM HAR GÅTT I TERAPI SOM DE OPPLEVER HAR ENDRET DEM.
  • 2008. Det følelsesmessige møtet, terapeutens indre arbeid og oppmerksomt nærvær i psykoterapi.
  • 2008. Det følelsesmessige møtet i psykoterapi med ungdom – terapeutisk allianse, mentalisering og mindfulness.
  • 2007. The patient’s theory of therapeutic change.
  • 2007. Relasjonelle psykodynamisk perspektiv på det terapeutiske samarbeid.
  • 2007. Relasjonelle psykoanalytiske perspektiv på terapeutisk endring.
  • 2007. Relasjonelle psykoanalytiske perspektiv på overførings- motoverføringsforholdet.
  • 2007. Relasjonelle perspektiv på psykoterapi.
  • 2007. Relasjonelle perspektiv på overførings- motoverførings forholdet.
  • 2007. Relasjonell psykoanalytisk psykoterapi.
  • 2007. Relasjonell psykoanalyse, Motivasjons-systemteori, Dynamisk systemteori og Kontroll mestringsteori.
  • 2007. Relasjonell psykoanalyse og psykoterapi.
  • 2007. Relasjonell psykoanalyse - Perspektiv på terapeutisk endring og samhandling.
  • 2007. Når terapeuten settes på prøve - psykoterapi med ungdom i kontroll-mestrings perspektiv.
  • 2007. Narsissisme og narsissistiske persononlighetsforstyrrelser.
  • 2007. Identitetsutvikling i livets andre halvdel.
  • 2007. Following Old Paths to New Places: Unconscious Hopes and the Relational Search for a Transformational Meeting.
  • 2007. Et relasjonelt perspektiv på identitetsutvikling i livets andre halvdel.
  • 2007. Det relasjonelle perspektiv på terapeutisk samhandling.
  • 2007. Det følelsesmessige møtet i relasjonell psykodynamisk terapi.
  • 2006. Utvikling og endring i lys av motivasjons-system og kontroll-mestringsteori.
  • 2006. Ungdom og utvikling.
  • 2006. Resiliens.
  • 2006. Relasjonelle psykoanalytiske perspektiv på psykoterapi.
  • 2006. Psykoanalyse og psykoterapi i dag – med vekt på den relasjonelle vending.
  • 2006. Perspektiv i samtidens psykoanalyse.
  • 2006. Personlighetsutvikling hos barn.
  • 2006. Motivasjons-systemteori og kontroll-mestringsteori.
  • 2006. Establishing a bond that works. A qualitative study of how psychotherapists make contact with adolescent patients.
  • 2006. Det følelsesmessige møtet i relasjonell psykoanalyse.
  • 2006. Bruk av kvalitative metoder i klinisk psykologi.
  • 2006. Adolescent patients’ tests of their therapists, and adolescents’ assumptions about change in psychotherapy.
  • 2005. Searching for the enriching sense of otherness. The psychoanalytic psychotherapist as a meaning bearing other.
  • 2005. Relasjonell psykoanalyse og implikasjoner for kort-tids psykoterapi Del 2.
  • 2005. Relasjonell psykoanalyse og implikasjoner for kort-tids psykoterapi Del 1.
  • 2005. Fortrolighet og annerledeshet - overføring og motoverføring undersøkt i lys av Winnicott og den relasjonelle psykoanalysen.
  • 2005. Etablering av terapeutiske allianser i psykoterapi med ungdom.To kvalitative intervjustudier og en prosessforskningsstudie.
  • 2005. Den meningsbærende andre – et møte mellom Winnicott, hermeneutikk og relasjonell psykoanalyse.
  • 2005. Barnet og de meningsbærende andre – utvikling og endring ut fra Winnicott og relasjonell psykodynamisk tenkning.
  • 2004. Winnicott's tenkning - implikasjoner for barnepsykoterapi.
  • 2004. Winnicott om barnet - og om barnet i den voksne.
  • 2004. Winnicott og relasjonelle perspektiv på personlighetsutvikling.
  • 2004. Utviklingstrekk innenfor psykoanalysen med særlig vekt på Winnicott's bidrag.
  • 2004. Relasjonell psykoterapi med ungdom - en kvalitativ studie av terapiprosess.
  • 2004. Personlighetsutvikling og personlighetspatologi.
  • 2004. Narsissisme og selvutvikling.
  • 2004. Hvordan skal vi forstå disse barna? Et affektteoretisk og relasjonspsykologisk perspektiv.
  • 2004. Den meningsbærende andre.
  • 2003. Winnicotts relasjonsforståelse - og den meningsbærende andre.
  • 2003. Winnicotts perspektiv på terapi og utvikling - og den meningsbærende andre.
  • 2003. Relasjonelle og objektrelasjonsteoretiske perspektiv på utvikling.
  • 2003. Psykoanalytisk nettverksarbeid i barne- og ungdomspsykiatrien.
  • 2003. Individet og den meningsbærende andre.
  • 2003. Dynamisk kort-tids terapi i barne- og ungdomspsykiatrien.
  • 2003. Den meningsbærende andre. Mellommenneskelige forutsetninger for psykisk liv og utvikling med utgangspunkt i Donald W. Winnicotts teori.
  • 2003. Barnet i den voksne i relasjonell psykoanalytisk terapi. Om den utenkelige angst som oppstår der foreldrene ikke maktet å være barnets beskyttende skjold.
  • 2003. A relational turn: The psychoanalytic psychotherapist as a meaning bearing other.
Popular scientific article
  • 2004. Om den relasjonelle psykodynamiske tilnærmingens plass i en pluralistisk behandlingsverden. Impuls : Tidsskrift for psykologi. 11-19.
Feature article
  • 2015. Inn i naturen. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 809-812.
  • 2015. Bør klargjøre sin klimarolle. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening.
  • 2012. Vi trenger ikke velge mellom Beck og Freud. Morgenbladet. 1 pages.
  • 2012. Mange vegar til endring. Bergens Tidende. 21.
  • 2012. Hva er god vitenskap? Forskerforum. 32-33.
  • 2008. Hvor har psykoanalysen tatt veien? Møter med fire psykoanalytikere i New York. Matrix. 98-110.
Abstract
  • 2002. The child psychotherapist as a meaning bearing other. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry : Supplement. 12.
Article in business/trade/industry journal
  • 2013. How may mindfulness help in working with substance use disorders. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 194-200.
  • 2013. Can mindfulness be of help in coping with substance abuse. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 112-115.

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