Recent Papers & Presentations

The Patient as Psychic to her Therapist: Vulnerability, Dissociation and Ghosts from the Nursery. Arenella, J. Paper presentation at the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education 26th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA (2015).

Challenges for the recovery movement in the US: Will its light reach the darkest corners? Arenella, J. and Waldron, R. (2015).Clinical Psychology Forum 268, Special Issue: “Recovery”?: 7-9.

What’s in a Name? Emerging Perspectives on the Intersection of “Schizophrenia” and “Recovery”. ISPS-US Annual Conference, Co-Chair, (2013).

Making sense of voices using the Hearing Voices Network (HVN) Approach. Invited speaker for the Mental Health Association of Westchester 33rd Annual Conference, Tarrytown, NY (2013).

Engaging Acute Paranoia. Staff Training for Community Access Parachute Project Peer Respite Center (2012).

Just accept it: The voices are real. Arenella, J. (2013) . Behavioral Healthcare: The Business of Treatment and Recovery.

Clinical approaches to working with psychosis and other extreme states. Guest Lecturer: Adelphi School of Social Work (2012)

Psychosis, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: Clinical approaches to making contact. Guest Lecturer: NYU School of Social Work (2011)

Doing the Work: Practical guide for students and early career professionals working with severe psychiatric illness. Panel presentation at ISPS-US Twelfth Annual Meeting (2011).

Psychosis: The hierarchy of stigma and the hope for recovery. Paper presentation at ISPS-US Eleventh Annual Meeting Panel on Stigma (2010)