Finding Our Minds

Self Work

February 22, 2023 Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan Season 3 Episode 9
Self Work
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Finding Our Minds
Self Work
Feb 22, 2023 Season 3 Episode 9
Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan

Today's final episode of this season's lecture series, Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses what it takes for inner change to occur in an individual, and how other people are involved in the process.

Works discussed in today's episode include:
Benjamin, J. (2004). Beyond doer and done-to: An intersubjective view of thirdness.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 73, 5-46

Benjamin, B. (1988).  Bonds of love: Psychoanalysis, feminism, and the problem of domination. Pantheon.

Chessick, R. G. (1990).  Self-analysis:  A fool for a patient?  Psychoanalytic Review, 77, 311-340. 

Fonagy, P., Gergely, G., Jurist, E. & Target, M.  (2005). Affect regulation, mentalization, and the development of the self. Other Press.

Stern, D. (1985). The interpersonal world of the infant: A view from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology. Basic Books. 

Tronick, E. Z., Bruschweiler-Stern, N., Harrison, A. M., Lyons-Ruth, K., Morgan, A.C., Nahum, J. P., Sander, L. & Stern, D. N. (1999). Dyadically expanded states of consciousness and the process of therapeutic change.  Infant Mental Health Journal, 19, 

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.

Show Notes

Today's final episode of this season's lecture series, Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses what it takes for inner change to occur in an individual, and how other people are involved in the process.

Works discussed in today's episode include:
Benjamin, J. (2004). Beyond doer and done-to: An intersubjective view of thirdness.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 73, 5-46

Benjamin, B. (1988).  Bonds of love: Psychoanalysis, feminism, and the problem of domination. Pantheon.

Chessick, R. G. (1990).  Self-analysis:  A fool for a patient?  Psychoanalytic Review, 77, 311-340. 

Fonagy, P., Gergely, G., Jurist, E. & Target, M.  (2005). Affect regulation, mentalization, and the development of the self. Other Press.

Stern, D. (1985). The interpersonal world of the infant: A view from psychoanalysis and developmental psychology. Basic Books. 

Tronick, E. Z., Bruschweiler-Stern, N., Harrison, A. M., Lyons-Ruth, K., Morgan, A.C., Nahum, J. P., Sander, L. & Stern, D. N. (1999). Dyadically expanded states of consciousness and the process of therapeutic change.  Infant Mental Health Journal, 19, 

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.