Published Works

Original Reports (Journal Articles):

1. Khantzian EJ, Dalsimer JS, Semrad EV. The use of interpretation in the psychotherapy of schizophrenia. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 1969; 23:182-197.

2. Johnson, B, Corman AG, Khantzian EJ, Long J. Rehabilitation of narcotic addicts with methadone: the public health approach versus the individual perspective. Contemporary Drug Problems. Winter 1973; pp 565-578.

3. Khantzian EJ, Mack JE, Schatzberg AF. Heroin use as an attempt to cope: clinical observations. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1974; 131:160-164.

4. Khantzian EJ. Opiate addiction: a critique of theory and some implications for treatment. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 1974; 28:59-70.

5. Khantzian EJ. The ego, the self and opiate addiction: theoretical and treatment considerations. International Review of Psychoanalysis. 1978; 5:189-198.

6. Khantzian EJ, Kates WW. Group treatment of unwilling addicted patients: programmatic and clinical aspects. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 1978; 1(1):81-94.

7. Khantzian EJ. On the nature of the dependency and denial problems of alcoholics. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 1978; 2(2):191-202.

8. Khantzian EJ, McKenna GJ. Acute toxic and withdrawal reactions associated with drug use and abuse. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1979; 90:361-372.

9. McKenna GJ, Khantzian EJ. Ego functions and psychopathology in narcotics and polydrug users. International Journal of the Addictions. 1980; 15(2):259-268.

10. Khantzian EJ. The alcoholic patient: an overview and perspective. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 1980; 34:4-19.

11. Khantzian, EJ. Psychological (structural) vulnerabilities and the specific appeal of narcotics. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1982; 398:24-32.

12. Khantzian, EJ. An extreme case of cocaine dependence and marked improvement with methylphenidate treatment. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1983; 140(6):484-485.

13. Khantzian EJ, Mack, JE. Self-preservation and the care of the self – ego instincts reconsidered. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child. 1983; 38:209-232.

14. Khantzian EJ, Gawin F, Kleber HD, Riordan CE. Methylphenidate treatment of cocaine dependence – a preliminary report. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1984; 1:107-112.

15. Khantzian EJ. The self-medication hypothesis of addictive disorders. American Journal of Psychiatry (Special Article). 1985; 142(11):1259-1264.

16. Khantzian EJ, Treece, C. DSM-III psychiatric diagnosis of narcotic addicts: recent findings. Archives of General Psychiatry. 1985; 42:1067-1071.

17. Khantzian EJ. The injured self, addiction and our call to medicine (understanding and managing addicted physicians). Journal of the American Medical Association. 1985; 254(2):249-252.

18. Khantzian EJ. Psychotherapeutic interventions with substance abusers – the clinical context. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1985; 2:83-88.

19. Treece C, Khantzian EJ. Psychodynamic factors in the development of drug dependence. Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 1986; 9(3):399-412.

20. Khantzian, EJ. A contemporary psychodynamic approach to drug abuse treatment. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 1986; 12(3):213-222.

21. Khantzian EJ. Alcoholism: the challenge of conceptualization and consensus. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1986; 3:251-254.

22. Notman MT, Khantzian EJ, Koumans AJR. Psychotherapy and the substance dependent physician: pitfalls and strategies. Presented at 138th Annual American Psychiatric Association Meeting in Dallas, Texas, May 22, 1985. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 1987; 41(2):220-230.

23. Khantzian EJ. A clinical perspective of the cause-consequence controversy in alcoholic and addictive suffering. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis. 1987; 15(4):521-537.

24. Khantzian EJ. The primary care therapist and patient needs in substance abuse treatment. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 1988; 14(2):159-167.

25. Khantzian EJ. From theory to practice: the planned treatment of drug abusers. International Journal of the Addictions. 1989; 24(4):352-382. Interview by Dr. Stanley Einstein, ed.

26. Khantzian EJ. Addiction: self-destruction or self-repair? Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1989; 6:75.

27. Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) Committee on Alcoholism and the Addictions (Khantzian EJ, Chair). Substance abuse disorders a – psychiatric priority (Special/Cover Article). American Journal of Psychiatry. 1991: 148(10):1291-1300.

28. Khantzian EJ, Halliday KS, Golden S, McAuliffe, WE. Modified group therapy for substance abusers. The American Journal on Addictions. 1992; 1(1):67-76.

29. Khantzian, E. J., Mack, J. E. How AA works and why it’s important for clinicians to understand. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1994; 11:157-165.

30. Khantzian, EJ. Alcoholics Anonymous – cult or corrective: a case study. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 1995;12:157-165.

31. Khantzian, EJ. Self-regulation factors in cocaine dependence – A clinical perspective. Substance Use and Misuse (formerly Intl. J. of Addictions). 1997; 32:1769-1774.

32. Khantzian, EJ. The self-medication hypothesis of substance use disorders: A reconsideration and recent applications. Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 1997;4:231-244.

33. Khantzian, EJ. Images in psychiatry: Norman E. Zinberg, M.D. (1922-1989). American Journal of Psychiatry. 2000; 157:885.

34. Khantzian, EJ. Reflections on group treatments as corrective experiences for addictive vulnerability. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 2001; 51:11-20

35. Albanese, MJ, Clodfelter, CG, Khantzian, EJ. Divalproex sodium in substance abusers with mood disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 2001; 61:922-927

36. Khantzian, EJ. Understanding addictive vulnerability: An evolving psychodynamic perspective. Neuro-Psychoanalysis (Target Article with commentaries). 2003; 5:5-21

37. Khantzian, EJ. Responses to J. Panksepp, B. Johnson, G. Koob, V. Morrison, C. Yorke. Neuro-Psychoanalysis. 2003; 5:53-56

38. Khantzian, EJ. The self-medication hypothesis revisited: The dually diagnosed patient. Primary Psychiatry. 2003; 10:47-54

39. Khantzian, EJ., Albanese, MJ. Substance use disorders: A modern psychiatric perspective (Guest Editor’s Note). Primary Psychiatry. 2003; 10:45-46 5:5-21

40. Khantzian, EJ. MDGT: tecnica e considerarazioni tecniche. Gli argonauti. 2003; 25:117-129. (An Italian Journal on Psychoanalysis and Society)

41. Khantzian, EJ. New windows on understanding addictive vulnerability. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 2005; 15:613-619

42. Khantzian, EJ. Group therapy, abstinence, harm reduction: The real and honest word. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery. 2006; 1(2):5-13

43. Weegman, M., Khantzian, EJ. Interview by Martin Weegman (Reflection on group therapy). Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery. 2006; 1(2):15-32

44. Suh, JS, Ruffins, S, Robins, CE, Albanese, MJ, Khantzian, E J. Self-medication hypothesis: Connecting affective experience and drug choice. Psychoanalytic Psychology. 2008;25, 518-532.

45. Khantzian, EJ. Supportive Psychotherapy: The Nature of the Connection to Patients. American Journal of Psychiatry. 2008; 165 (10):1355

46. Kueppenbender, K, Herman, J, Herman, J, Khantzian, EJ, Albanese, M. “Narcotics helped, I thought.” Recurrent traumatization and recovery from drug dependence. Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 2008;16:308-317.

47. Khantzian, EJ, Albanese, MJ. Self-Medication, Bipolar disorders and Stimulant Dependence. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 2009: 70:935-936

48. Khantzian, EJ, Weegmann, M. Questions of substance: Psychodynamic reflections on addictive vulnerability and treatment. Psychodynamic Practice. 2009; 15:365-380.

49. Khantzian, EJ. Fine tuning on painful affect and relapse. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery. 2011; 6:264-271.

50. Weegman, M, Khantzian, EJ. Envelopments: Immersion in and emergence from
drug misuse. American Journal of Psychotherapy. 2011;65:163-177.

51. Khantzian, EJ. (Special Article) Reflections on treating addictive disorders: A psychodynamic perspective. The American Journal on Addictions, 2012: 21: 274–279,

52. Khantzian EJ. Addiction as a self-regulation disorder and the role of self-medication. ADDICTION. 2013; 108: 668-669

53. Khantzian EJ. Thinking about our work: I think I am suffering with PIISD. GROUP: The Journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. 2013; 37.1:79-80.

54. Mariani JJ, Khantzian EJ, Levin FR. (Cover Article). The self-medication
hypothesis and psychostimulant treatment of cocaine dependence: An update. The American Journal on Addiction. 2014; 23:189-193

55. Khantzian EJ. A psychodynamic perspective on the efficacy of 12-step programs.   Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly. 2014; 32:225-236

56. Khantzian E J. Measuring the unmeasurable, affect life, and the self-medication hypothesis—the case of nicotine dependence in schizophrenia.  The American Journal on Addictions, 25: 257–258, 2016

Chapters, Agency Publications, and Articles:

1. Khantzian EJ. On hatred, violence and assassination: a clinician’s view. Psychiatric Opinion. 1968; 5:32-35.

2. Khantzian EJ, Mack, JE. The initiation and practice of psychiatric consultation in the general hospital. In: Grunebaum HV, ed. The practice of community mental health. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1970:735-747.

3. Khantzian, EJ. A preliminary dynamic formulation of the psychopharmacologic action of methadone. Proceedings of the Fourth National Methadone Conference, San Francisco, 1972.

4. Khantzian EJ. Narcotic addiction and dynamic psychiatry: challenges in program development, treatment and clinical investigation. In: Sandoz, ed. Career directions: D.J. Publications, 1973:26-37.

5. Mack JE, Carr P, Khantzian EJ. The dog that got ripped off: an episode in a drug treatment program. Psychiatric Opinion. 1973; 10:32-35.

6. Khantzian EJ. Self selection and progression in drug dependence. Psychiatry Digest (Original article; by invitation). 1975; 10:19-22.

7. Khantzian EJ. Drug-alcohol problems in women: a clinical perspective. In: Alcohol abuse among women: special problems and unmet needs. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976.

8. Khantzian EJ. Perspectives on the self help – psychiatric controversy in addiction treatment. Psychiatric Annals. 1976.

9. Corman AG, Khantzian EJ. Psychiatric care of a methadone patient. Psychiatric Annals. 1976; 6:16-35.

10. Khantzian EJ, Treece CJ. Psychodynamics of drug dependence: an overview. In: Blaine JD, Julius DA, eds. Psychodynamics of drug dependence. Research Monograph #12. Rockville, Maryland: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1977:11-25.

11. Khantzian EJ. The ego, the self and opiate addiction: theoretical and treatment considerations. In: Blaine JD, Julius DA, eds. Psychodynamics of drug dependence. Research Monograph #12. Rockville, Maryland: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1977:101-107.

12. Khantzian EJ. Drug-alcohol problems in women: a clinical perspective. Psychiatric Opinion. 1978; 15:18-20.

13. Khantzian EJ. Impulse problems in addiction: cause and effect relationships. In: Wishnie H, Olesen JN ed. Working with the impulsive person. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1979:97-112.

14. Khantzian EJ, Treece CJ. Heroin addiction – the diagnostic dilemma for psychiatry. In: Pickens RW, Heston LL, eds. Psychiatric factors in drug abuse. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1979:21-45.

15. Khantzian EJ. McKenna GJ. Diagnosis and management of acute drug problems. In: Brill L. Winick C. eds. The yearbook of substance use and abuse. New York: Human Science Press, 1980:144-169.

16. Khantzian EJ. An ego-self theory of substance dependence. In: Lettieri DJ, Sayers M, Wallenstein HW, eds. Theories of addiction. NIDA Monograph #30. Rockville, Maryland: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1980:29-33. Also published in revised form. Psychopathological causes and consequences of drug dependence. In: Gottheil E. Druly KA, Skoloda TE, Waxman H, eds. Etiological aspects of alcohol and drug abuse. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1983:89-97.

17. Khantzian EJ. Self selection and progression in drug dependence. In: Shaffer H, Burglass ME, eds. Classic contributions in the addictions. New York: Brunner/Mazel, Inc. 1981:154-160.

18. Khantzian EJ, Shaffer H. A contemporary psychoanalytic view of addiction theory and treatment. In: Lowenstein J, Ruiz P, eds. Substance abuse in the United States: problems and perspectives. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1981:465-475.

19. Khantzian EJ. Some treatment implications of the ego and self disturbances in alcoholism. In: Bean MH, Zinberg NE, eds. Dynamic approaches to the understanding and treatment of alcoholism. New York: The Free Press, a division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1981:163-188.

20. Khantzian EJ. Psychopathology, psychodynamics and alcoholism. In: Pattison EM, Kaufman E, eds. The American encyclopedic handbook of alcoholism. New York: Gardner Press, Inc., 1982:581-597.

21. Khantzian EJ. The substance-dependent physician: where care and discipline meet. Drug Therapy. 1982; 12:190-196.

22. Khantzian EJ, Schneider RJ. Addiction, adaptation and the “drug-of-choice” phenomenon. In: Milkman H, Shaffer, H, eds. The addictions: an interdisciplinary synthesis of concepts and treatments. Lexington, MA: Lexington Press, 1984:121-130.

23. Khantzian EJ, Khantzian NJ. Cocaine addiction: Is there a psychological predisposition? Psychiatric Annals. 1984; 14(10):753-759.

24. Khantzian EJ. On the psychological predisposition for opiate and stimulant dependence. Fair Oaks Hospital Psychiatry Letter, Volume III, Issue I, January, 1985.

25. Khantzian EJ. Reflection on ethnicity and bridging old and new worlds. In: Ararat (A Journal of Armenian Studies). 1985; 26(3):2-6.

26. Khantzian EJ. Treatment modalities for substance abuse – psychiatric and psychodynamic aspects. In: KPR Infor/Media Corp. for Psychiatric Diagnostic laboratories of America, 1986:59-64.

27. Khantzian EJ, Schneider RJ. Treatment implications of a psychodynamic understanding of opioid addicts. In: Meyer RE, ed. Psychopathology and addictive disorders. New York: Guilford Press, 1986:323-333.

28. Khantzian EJ. Psychiatric and psychodynamic factors in cocaine dependence. In: Washton AM, Gold MS, eds. Cocaine. New York: Guilford Press, 1987:229-240.

29. Khantzian EJ, Khantzian NJ. Addiction seen as disorders in self-regulation: treatment implications. Medical Times. 1987; 41(2):220-230.

30. Khantzian EJ, Mack JE. Alcoholics Anonymous and contemporary psychodynamic theory. In: Galanter, M, ed. Recent developments in alcoholism, Vol. 7. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1989:67-89

31. Frances RJ, Khantzian EJ, Tamerin JS. Individual psychodynamically oriented therapy of alcoholism. In: Treatment of psychiatric disorders (A Task Force Report of the American Psychiatric Association – T. Byram Karasu, Task Force Chair). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association Press, 1989.

32. Khantzian EJ. Self-regulation and self-medication factors in alcoholism and the addictions: similarities and differences. In: Galanter, M, ed. Recent developments in alcoholism, Vol. 8. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1990:255-271.

33. Dodes LM, Khantzian EJ. Psychotherapy of substance abusers. In: Shader, RI, Ciraulo DA, ed. Clinical manual of chemical dependence. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, 1991:345-358.

34. Bell C, Khantzian EJ. Contemporary psychodynamic perspectives and the disease concept: complementary or competing models. Psychiatric Annals, 21(5):273-281, 1991.

35. Bell C, Khantzian EJ. Drug use and addiction as self medication. In: Gold MS, Slaby AE, eds. Dual diagnosis in substance abuse. Marcel Decker, Inc., 1991

36. Dodes LM, Khantzian EJ. Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy. In: Frances RJ, Miller SI, eds. The clinical textbook of addictive disorders. New York: Guilford Press, 1991:391-405.

37. Khantzian, EJ. Self-regulation factors in cocaine dependence – a clinical perspective. In: Schober S, Schade C, eds. The epidemiology of cocaine use and abuse. Research Monograph #110. Rockville, Maryland: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1991:211-216.

38. Brehm N, Khantzian EJ. The psychology of substance abuse: A psychodynamic perspective. In: Lowinson JH, Ruiz P, Millman RB, eds. Substance abuse: A comprehensive textbook (2nd Edition). New York: Williams and Wilkins, 1992:107-117.

39. Schneider R, Khantzian EJ. Psychotherapy and patient needs in the treatment of alcohol and cocaine abuse. In: Galanter M, ed. Recent developments in alcoholism, Vol. 10. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1992:165-178.

40. Brehm N, Khantzian EJ, Dodes LM. Psychodynamic approaches to substance abuse. In: Galanter M, ed. Recent developments in alcoholism. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1993:453-471.

41. Khantzian EJ, Wilson A. Substance abuse, repetition and the nature of addictive suffering. In: Wilson A, Gedo JE, eds. Hierarchical conceptions in psychoanalysis. New York: Guilford Press, 1993:263-283.

42. Khantzian EJ. Affects and addictive suffering: A clinical perspective. In: Ablon S, Brown D, Khantzian EJ, Mack JE, eds. Human Feelings: Explorations in affect development and meaning. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 1993:259-279.

43. Golden SJ, Halliday K, Khantzian EJ, McAuliffe EW. Dynamic group therapy for substance abuse patients: a reconceptualization. In: Alonso A, Swiller HI, eds. Group therapy in clinical practice. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press Inc., 1993:271-287.

44. Golden SJ, Khantzian EJ, McAuliffe WE. Group Therapy. In: Galanter M, Kleber HD, eds. Textbook of substance use treatment. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press Inc., 1994:303-314.

45. Khantzian EJ, Golden SJ, McAuliffe WE. Group therapy for psychoactive substance use disorders. In: Gabbard GO, ed. Treatments of psychiatric disorders: the DSM IV Edition. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press Inc. 1995:832-839.

46. Murphy SL, Khantzian EJ. Addiction as a “self-medication” disorder: application of ego psychology to the treatment of substance abuse. In: Washton A, ed. Psychotherapy and substance abuse: a practitioner’s handbook. New York: Guilford Publications, Inc. 1995:161-175.

47. Khantzian EJ. Self-regulation vulnerabilities in substance abusers: Treatment implications. In: Dowling S, ed. The psychology and treatment of addictive behavior. New York: International University Press. 1995:17-41.

48. Khantzian, EJ. Causes of substance abuse: Psychological (psychoanalytic) perspective. In: Jaffe, JH. Ed. Encyclopedia of drugs and alcohol. New York: Macmillan. 1995:211-216.

49. Brehm N, Khantzian EJ. Determinants and perpetuators of substance abuse: Psychodynamics. In: Lowinson JH, Ruiz P, Millman RB, Langrod JG, eds. Substance abuse: A comprehensive textbook (3rd Edition). Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1997: 90-100.

50. Dodes LM, Khantzian EJ. Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy. In: Frances RJ, Miller SI, eds. The clinical textbook of addictive disorders – 2nd Edition. New York: Guilford Press, 1998:479-495.

51. Levy MS., Khantzian EJ. Treatment: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. In: Ott PJ, Tarter RE, Ammerman, eds. Sourcebook on Substance Abuse. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999:248-254.

52. Khantzian EJ, Golden SJ, McAuliffe WE. Group Therapy. In: Galanter M, Kleber HD, eds. Textbook of substance use treatment. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press Inc., Second Edition, 1999:367-378.

53. Khantzian EJ, Golden SJ, McAuliffe WE. Group therapy for psychoactive substance use disorders. In: Gabbard GO, ed. Treatments of psychiatric disorders: Third Edition. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Publishing Inc. 2001:891-900.

54. Albanese, M, Khantzian, EJ. The difficult-to-treat patient with substance abuse. In: Dewan, MJ, Pies, RW, eds. The difficult-to-treat psychiatric patient. American Psychiatric Publishing Inc. 2001:273-298.

55. Khantzian, EJ. Addiction: Disease, symptom, or choice. Counselor – The Magazine for Addiction Professionals. 2001; 2: 46-50.

56. Khantzian EJ. Drug use as an attempt to cope: Gary, a transformation in self. In: Tatarsky, A, ed. Harm reduction psychotherapy: a new treatment for drug and alcohol problems. Northvale New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc. 2002:160-181.

57. Albanese, M, Khantzian, EJ. Self-Medication Theory and Modified Dynamic Group Therapy. In Brook, DW, Spitz, HI, eds. The Group Therapy of Substance Abuse. New York: Haworth Medical Press. 2002:79-96.

58. Khantzian EJ, Golden SJ, McAuliffe WE. Group Therapy. In: Galanter M, Kleber HD, eds. Textbook of substance abuse treatment. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press Inc., Third Edition, 2004:391-403.

59. Khantzian EJ, Dodes L, Brehm N. Determinants of substance abuse and dependence: Psychodynamics. In: Lowinson JH, Ruiz P, Millman RB, Langrod JG, eds. Substance abuse: A comprehensive textbook (4th Edition).
Baltimore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2005: 97-107

60. Dodes LM, Khantzian EJ. Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy. In: Frances RJ, Miller SI, Mack, AH, eds. Clinical textbook of addictive disorders – 3rd Edition. New York: Guilford Press, 2005: 457-473

61. Contributor, PDM Task Force. Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual. Silver Spring, MD: Alliance of Psychoanalytic Organizations.2006.

62. Khantzian, EJ.. Addiction: Why Are Some of us More Vulnerable than Others? Counselor – The Magazine for Addiction Professionals.2008; 9: 10-16

63. Khantzian, EJ. Causes of substance abuse: Psychological (psychodynamic) perspective. In: P Korsmeyer, HR, Kranzler. Ed. Encyclopedia of drugs and alcohol. New York: Macmillan. 2008

64. Khantzian, EJ. The capacity for self-care and addiction. Counselor – The Magazine for Addiction Professionals. 2011; 12:36-40.

65. Khantzian, EJ. Psychodynamic-oriented group therapy: A pathway to connection. Psychiatric Times. January 9, 2012

66. Khantzian EJ. We are all at least a little lost and off-putting: on transformation. Psychiatric Times. September 25, 2013.  Also, Psychiatric Times, Commentary, Nov. 2013, Vol. XXX. No. 11, p. 37

67. Khantzian, EJ. The psychodynamics of addiction and its treatment – an interview. New Therapist, September/October 2013; 5-9.

68. Khantzian, EJ. Tragic Trends in the Treatment of Addictive Illness. Psychiatric Times. March 18, 2014.
Also, Psychiatric Times, Lead/Cover Article, May 2014, Vol. XXXI, No. 5, p. 1

69. Khantzian, EJ. (By Invitation – The Twentieth John Bowlby Memorial Lecture)
The self-medication hypothesis and attachment theory: pathways for understanding and ameliorating addictive suffering. In: Gill, R eds. Addictions from an attachment perspective; do broken bonds and early trauma lead to addictive behaviours? London, KARNAC, 2014: 33-56

70. Khantzian EJ. Insights on the insanity of addiction. Psychiatric Times.
February 9, 2015.  Also, Psychiatric Times, Commentary, Nov2015, Vol. XXXIII. No. 3 p. 41-42

71. Khantzian EJ. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders. In, N el-Guebaly, G Kara, M Galanter et al. (eds.), Textbook of Addiction Treatment: International Perspectives., Springer – Verlag Italia, 2015: 811-819

72. Khantzian EJ. The Cruel Scourge of Addiction: An Addiction Psychiatrist’s Clinical View. Counselor Connection2015. 

73. Khantzian, E. J. Pursuing Self-Medication Factors In Addictive Disorders. Paradigm. 19(3), p. 11, Summer 2015

74. Khantzian EJ. The Cruel Scourge of Addiction: An Addiction Psychiatrist’s Clinical View. Counselor Connection2015.  http://us5.campaign-archive1.com/?u=0a96915d1b284ad7deb377594&id=29fe70a83a&e=5cde87df96

75. Khantzian EJ.  Second thought about addiction. The FIX, 7/9/15           https://www.thefix.com/content/second-thoughts-about-                         addiction

76. Khantzian, EJ. Life lessons learned from addictions. Commentary, Psychiatric Times. October 2015, Vol. XXXII, No. 10, 28-29

77.  Khantzian, EJ. Why Are Some People More Vulnerable to Addiction than Others The Fix, 10/29/15.                         https://www.thefix.com/why-some-people-more-vulnerable-addiction

78. Dodes LM, Khantzian EJ.  Individual psychodynamic psychotherapy.  In: Mack, AH, Brady KT, RJ, Miller SI, Frances RJ, eds.  Clinical textbook of addictive disorders – 4th Edition. New York:  Guilford Press, 2016: 548-562

79. Khantzian, EJ. On Kindness and Treating Addiction. The Fix, 9/1/16

Books:

1. Khantzian EJ, Halliday KS, McAuliffe WE. Addiction and the Vulnerable Self: Modified Dynamic Group Therapy for Substance Abusers. New York and London: Guilford Press, 1990.

2. Ablon S, Brown D, Khantzian EJ, Mack JE (Eds.). Human Feelings: Explorations in Affect Development and Meaning. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, 1993.

3. Khantzian, EJ. Treating Addiction as a Human Process. Northvale NJ: Jason Aronson Inc., 1999.

4. Khantzian, EJ, Albanese, MJ. Understanding Addiction as Self-Medication: Finding Hope Behind the Pain. London, New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2008.

Book Reviews:

1. Review of Psychiatric Aspects of Opiate Dependence. West Palm Beach, Florida: CRC Press, 1978:257. American Journal of Psychiatry, August 1979;136:8.

2. Review of The Psychodynamic Approach to Drug Therapy. Ostow M, ed. New York: Psychoanalytic Research and Development Fund, Inc., 1979:334. American Journal of Psychiatry.

3. Review of Substance Abuse and Psychopathology. Alterman AI, ed. New York: Plenum Press. The New England Journal of Medicine, 1986; 314(21):1395.

4. Review of Conceptual Issues in Psychoanalysis – Essays in History and Method. Gedo, JE. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1986.

5. Review of The Developing Ego and the Emerging Self in Group Therapy. Flapan, D. and Fenchel, GH. New York: Jason Aronson. American Journal of Psychotherapy, January 1989.

6. Review of Group Psychotherapy with Addicted Populations. Flores, PJ. New York and London: The Hayworth Press. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1989.

7. Review of The Technique and Practice of Listening in Intensive Psychotherapy. Chessick, RD. Northvale, NJ. Jason Aronson, 1989. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry,1990

8. Review of Substance Abuse as Symptom: A Psychoanalytic Critique of Treatment Approaches and the Cultural Beliefs that Sustain Them. Berger, LS. Hillsdale, New Jersey: The Analytic Press. Journal of Contemporary Psychology, 1992.

9. Review of Recovery from Alcoholism: Beyond Your Wildest Dreams. Levin, JD. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, Inc. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, May 1993.

10. Review of The Biology of Clinical Encounters. Gedo, JE. Hillsdale, New Jersey: The Analytic Press. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1993.

11. Review of Treating the Poor: A Personal Sojourn Through the Rise and Fall of Community Mental Health. Dumont, M.P. Belmont, MA: Dymphna Press. The American Journal of Addictions, 1994.

12. Review of Treating Coexisting Psychiatric Disorders: A Practical Guide, edited by Norman S. Miller; Center City, Minnesota, Hazelden Educational Materials, 1994. Psychiatric Services, 1995.

13. Review of The Selfish Brain: Learning from Addiction. DuPont, RL. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 1996, Journal of the American Medical Association, 1997; 278:339-340.

14. Review of Disorders of Personality—DSM IV and Beyond, 2nd ed. Millon, T. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1995, American Journal of Psychiatry, 1998; 155:145.

15. Review of The Tennis Partner: A Doctor’s Story of Friendship and Loss. Verghese A. New York: Harper-Collins, 1998, Journal of the American Medical Association, 1998; 2043-2044.

16. Review of Substance Abuse Disorders in Clinical Practice. Senay, EC. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1998, American Journal of Psychiatry, 2000; 653.

17. Review of Methadone Treatment for Opioid Dependence. Strain, EC, and Stitzer, ML, eds. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1999, American Journal of Psychiatry, 2000; 1895-1896.

18. Review of Errant Selves: A Casebook of Misbehavior. Goldberg, A, ed. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, 2000; International Journal of Psychoanalysis 2002; 963-966.

19. Review of Trauma and Substance Abuse: Causes, and Consequences, and Treatment of Comorbid Disorders. Ouimette, P and Brown, PJ eds.Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2003. American Journal of Psychiatry 161:587-588, 2004

20. Review of Pathological Gambling: A Clinical Guide to Treatment. Grant, JE and Potenza, MN, eds. Washington, DC: American Journal of Psychiatry 162:1992, 2005

21. Review of Pathological Gambling: Etiology, Comorbidity, and Treatment. Petry, NM: Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2005. American Journal of Psychiatry 163:945-946, 2006

22. Review of The science of Addiction: From Neurobiology to Treatment. Erickson, CK. New York, W.W. Norton, 2007. Psychiatric Services 59:217, 2008

Reports and Editorials:

1. Methadone Offers Much Hope. Guest Editorial, Boston Globe, March 20, 197l.

2. Critique of the Comprehensive Plan for Drug Abuse Prevention (Commonwealth of Massachusetts) with a Special Emphasis and Comment on Self-Help and Professional Approaches. Report to the Drug Rehabilitation Advisory Board, 1974.

3. North American Congress on Alcohol and Drug Problems – A Report to the APA. Prepared for the American Psychiatric Association as the Official APA representative, 1974.

4. Psychiatric Illness in Drug Abusers. Letter to the Editor, New England Journal of Medicine, April 10, 1980, p.869.

5. Tribute to a friend, peer and humanist. (In memory of Lee B. Macht, M.D.). Letter to the Editor, Boston Globe, June 7, 1982.

6. Sending `right’ message won’t stop drug abuse. Guest Editorial, Boston Herald, June 20, 1988.

7. American Academy of Psychiatrists in Alcoholism and the Addictions (AAPAA) Newsletter articles, 1987 to present.

8. Substance abuse – a self-regulation disorder, article in Psychiatric Times, 10:20-21, 1993.

9. Albanese MJ, Khantzian EJ, Lyden-Murphy S, Green AI. Decreased substance use in chronically psychotic patients treated with clozapine. Letter to the Editor. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1994;15:870-781.

10. Khantzian, EJ. Learning From Addiction. Letter to the Editor. Journal of the American Medical Association. 1998; 279:20.

11. Khantzian, EJ. How AA and psychotherapy can work together. Psychiatric Times, 16:52, 1999

12. Khantzian, EJ, Carr, P, Kaufman, J, Masters, N, Morgan, A. Faculty of Medicine Memorial Minute, John E. Mack. Harvard University Gazette, CI: 15, 2005.