Dr. Carlos Sluzki - C.V.


Carlos E. Sluzki, M.D.







5302 Sherier Pl. NW

Washington, DC 20016



Mobile: (202) 255-0458

E-mail: csluzki@gmu.edu

www.sluzki.com




PROFESSIONAL DEGREES



  • Medical Doctor (1960), University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine

    Licensed Physician and Surgeon

        California License No. A-34885 (1980 on)

        Massachusetts License No. 59837 (1986 on)

        District of Columbia No. 35156 (2004 on)

  • Specialist in Psychiatry (1965) Ministry of Social Affairs and Public Health, Argentina

  • Family Therapist (1965-67) (Intensive Training Programs, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California)

  • Psychoanalyst (1967), Argentine Psychoanalytic Association Institute of Psychoanalysis (Diploma, International Psychoanalytic Association)



CURRENT ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS



  • Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (2002 on)

  • Professor Emeritus, School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution; and College of Health and Human Services, George Mason University

  • Professor Honoris Causa, University of Buenos Aires School of Psychology (2000)



PREVIOUS ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS














2002-2014Professor, School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution; and College of Health and Human Services, Department of Global and Community Services
2007-2008Senior Researcher, Advanced School of Psychology, Universitá Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy (concurrently w/ appointments listed at top)
1995-2001Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine
2001 Jan/MarVisiting Scholar, Program on Negotiation, Harvard U. Law School
1984-1994Professor of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School (Worcester) at Berkshire Medical Center
1983-1984Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and of Family and Community Medicine
1980-1983Professor of Psychiatry and of Family and Community Medicine
1978-1980Associate Professor of Psychiatry and of Ambulatory and Community Medicine
1973-1978Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry and of Ambulatory and Community Medicine, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA
1972-1973Research Psychiatrist, Mt. Zion Hospital and Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, San Francisco
1965-1971Faculty, Residency Program in Psychiatry; Department of Postgraduate Training, University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine; and Faculty, Ministry of Public Health's Psychiatric Residency Program, "G. Araoz Alfaro” (currently renamed “Evita”) General Hospital, Lanus, Buenos Aires, Argentina


PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS













2010-2011Acting Chair, Department of Global and Community Health, Department of Global; and Community Health, College of Health and Human Services, George Mason University
2003-2004Acting Dean for Health Sciences and Research, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, George Mason University
1994-2001Director, Psychiatric and Chemical Dependency Services, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA
1984-1993Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
1980-1983Director, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California
1976-1980Director of Training, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California
1979-1994Director, 2- or 3-week yearly Intensive Course in Systemic Therapy (in Spanish, for 60-per-year Latin-American and Spanish therapists). Palo Alto, CA (at Stanford University, first three years), Williamstown, MA (at Williams College, subsequent 8 years), and Santa Barbara, CA (at UC Santa Barbara, subsequent 4 years); Faculty,1995-on, same program, in Northampton (at Smith College, subsequent two years), Santiago de Campostela, Spain, and Amherst, MA (at University of Massachusetts)
1973-1982Director of Behavioral Science, Family Practice Residency Program, University of California San Francisco Medical School at San Francisco General Hospital.
1967-1971Director, Center for Research in Psychiatry, and Associate Chair, Department of Psychiatry, “Araoz Alfaro” Hospital, Lanus, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1964-67Director, In-Patient Psychiatry; 1960-63: Junior Staff/Resident, same Department.


PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS: ROLE AS EDITOR AND ADVISORY EDITOR



Editor-in-Chief: 1968-71: Acta Psiquiatrica y Psicologica de America Latina; 1983-1990: Family Process; 1992-1993: The Bulletin: Journal of Berkshire Medical Center; 1999-2004: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry



Advisory Editor/Reviewer: Family Systems and Health; American Journal of Orthopsychiatry; Journal of Family Psychotherapy; World Medical & Health; Narrative and Conflict: Explorations in Theory and Practice (US); Sistemas Familiares (Argentina); Nova Perspectiva Sistemica (Brazil); Familiendynamik (Germany); Terapia Familiare; Connestioni; Mediazione Familiare Sistemica; Psicobiettivo (Italy); Interactional Mind; International Journal of Brief Therapy and Family Sciences (Japan); Psicoterapia y Familia (Mexico); Redes; Systemica (Spain); Social Science & Medicine (UK)




CURRENT MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS-



  • Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association

  • Fellow, American College of Psychiatrists

  • Fellow, Washington Psychiatric Society

  • Fellow, American Orthopsychiatric Association

  • Member, International Society for Health and Human Rights



ACTIVITIES WITH THE PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)









1965Temporary Advisor and Member of the Study Group on the Epidemiology of Mental Diseases, Washington, DC
1967-69Lecturer, Workshop on Medical Pedagogy for Medical Faculty, Argentine Association of Schools of Medicine and Pan American Health Organization (World Health Organization), Buenos Aires
1970Temporary Advisor and Member of the Fifth Seminar on Psychiatric Diagnosis, Classification and Statistics, Washington, DC
1973Temporary Advisor and Member and Rapporteur of the Experts Committee on Teaching of Mental Health to Medical Students, Washington, DC
1982Temporary Advisor and Consultant (Program Leader), NUTES/CLATES, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2003Temporary Advisor, Task Force on Research in Third World Countries: The Role of Editors of Psychiatric Journals. WHO Headquarters, Geneva, CH.


ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RIGHTS/REFUGEES













1991-1995Chair, Committee on Human Rights, Council on International Affairs (1993-1995); Member, same Committee (1991-1993) American Psychiatric Association
1992-1994Chair, Committee on Human Rights, American Family Therapy Academy
1998-2001Chair, Task Force on Human Rights, American Orthopsychiatric Association
1999-2001Member of the Harvard University Program on Negotiation /United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees consulting team “Imagining Coexistence.” Fieldwork in Rwanda, consultations in Geneva (UNHCR Headquarters)
2001-2003Member of the AFTA-University of Chicago/ University of Prjstina Kosovar Family Professional Education Collaborative (Service-Based Training Program for Kosovar Community Mental Health and Prevention, Kosovo.
2001-2007Consultant, UNHCR re Refufgees/IDPs, Rwanda and Uganda
2003Mental Health Experts Meeting, International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands
2004 onMember of the International Advisory Board, Fundación Cambio Democrático (member of Partners for Democratic Change International)
2005 onConsultant, International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands
2009American Association for the Advancement of Science Member, Science and Human Rights Coalition “Service for the Scientific Community” Working Group (2009-10)


FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS



  • Fellowship, Pan-American Union, 1965

  • Advanced Research Fellowship, Foundations’ Fund for Research in Psychiatry, 1971-2.

  • Fellowship, John S. Guggenheim Foundation, 1972-3.

  • Distinguished Teaching Award, Academic Senate, University of California San Francisco (1980).

  • Award for Distinguished Achievements in New Directions in Family Therapy—MRI Group. American Family Therapy Academy (1981)

  • Master Therapist, American Association of Marital and Family Therapists (1984).

  • Merit Diploma, Universidad de las Americas (Mexico) 1989.

  • Exemplary Psychiatrist Award, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (1994)

  • Award for Meritorious Achievements in the Field of Family Therapy, American Family Therapy Academy (2000)

  • Professor Honoris Causa, University of Buenos Aires School of Psychology (2000)

  • Editor Honoris Causa, journal Sistemas Familiares y Otros Sistemas Humanos (2002)

  • Honorary Membership, Medical Staff at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, “for distinguished career of service to patient and to the Hospital.” (2003)

  • Member, Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars (Epsilon Delta Chapter) (2005)

  • Lifetime Achievement Award, International Family Therapy Association, 2010

  • Honorary Member of the European Family Therapy Association, Italian Society for Family Therapy, Italian Society for Systemic Psychotherapy and Research, French Society for Family Therapy, Argentine Association for Family Therapy, Argentine Association for Behavioral Therapy, Turkish Association of Family Therapy, Mexican Association for Family Therapy, South African Association for Family Therapy, Association of Family Therapists of Northern California; Nicaraguan Psychiatric Society; Association for Family Therapy of Sao Paulo (Brazil), Latin American Institute for Family Studies, Mexico, DF., Portuguese Society for Family Therapy. Helenic (Greek) Family Therapy Association, Japanese Foundation for Brief Therapy, International Association of Systemic Mediation

  • President, keynote speaker, member of organizing and scientific committees in many professional congresses in the fields of Psychiatry, Mental Health, Human Rights, and Family Therapy in the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Australia.



RESEARCH GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS

















1960-1961Research Grant from Smith-Kline and French Interamerican Corporation. Project: Clinical Psychopharmacology
1964-1966Research Grant from the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (Argentina). Project: Behavioral structures and systems of social communication (conjointly with the sociologist Eliseo Veron)
1965Pan American Union Fellowship, at the Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California.
1965-1983Research Associate, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California
1967-1971Research Grant, Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry. Project: Family Interaction and Schizophrenia
1971-1972Advanced Research Fellowship, Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry: Project= Family Interaction and Schizophrenia.
1972-1973Fellowship, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Project: Development of book “The Double Bind.”
1999-2001UCSB/SBCH Research Grant. Project: The Social Network of the Alcoholic Patient
1999-2001bMember of the Harvard University Program on Negotiation /United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees consulting team “Imagining Coexistence.”
2001-2003Member of the AFTA-University of Chicago/ University of Prjstina ‘Kosovar Family Professional Education Collaborative’
2002-2003Community Resilience Project Grant, ICAR, GMU: Sensitizing the community to the plight of immigrants.
2002-2004Critical Infrastructure Protection Grant, SPP, GMU: Developing Resilience post 9/11
2090Invited Professor, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy.
2009Faculty member, ASCP project on Trauma, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia



OFFICES IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



  • Ateneo Psiquiatrico de Buenos Aires, Secretary General (1965-1968)

  • International Sociological Association, Vice-president, Research Committee in Psychiatric Sociology (1970-1973)

  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Member, Research Committee (1976-1977)

  • Association of Family Therapists of Northern California, President (1980-1982)

  • Association Psychologie et Cancer (France), Member of the Scientific Council (1978-1995)

  • Southern California Psychiatric Society, Member, Programs Committee (1997)

  • American Family Therapy Academy, Chair, Human Rights Committee (1992-1994); Chair, History Committee (1988-91); Member of the Board of Directors (1979-1988); Vice President (1983-1985}

  • American Psychiatric Association, Chair, Committee on Human Rights (Council on International Affairs)(1993-1995); Member, same Committee (1991-1993); Chair, Academy of Family Psychiatrists (1996); Member, Committee on Abuses and Misuses of Psychiatry (1980-1982)



PUBLICATIONS



(Language is specified, except when in English.)



(a) Articles in refereed journals and book chapters














































































































































1a.Goldenberg, M.; Bar, L.; Caparros A.; Casarino, M.; Germano, C; Hammond, H.; Kesselman, H.; & Sluzki, CE: “Our Experience in Clinical Psychopharmacology” Acta Neuropsiquiat. Arg., 1961, 7, 85-89. (in Spanish)
2a.Sluzki, CE: "Trifluorperazine in the Treatment of Chronic Delusions” Acta Neuropsiquiat. Arg., 1961, 7, 136. (in Spanish)
3a.Sluzki, CE: "Report on the Methodology of a Psychosocial Research about the Family Group of the Alcoholic” Rev.Psiquiatria, Neurologia y Neurocirugia de Rosario, 1961: Special Congress Issue, 15-18. (in Spanish)
4a.Sluzki, CE: "Systematization of the Alcoholic Population on the Basis of its Prevalent Conflicts” Rev.Psiquiatria, Neurologia y Neurocirugia de Rosario, 1961: Special Congress Issue, 98-102 (in Spanish)
5a.Sluzki, CE: "Trifluoperazine in Schizophrenia” Medicina Panamericana (Supl. Terap.), 1962, 1:10 (in Spanish)
6a.Sluzki, CE & Kesselman, H.: "Placebo Effect and Support Therapy in the Doctor-Patient Relationship” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Arg., 1962, 8, 325-328. (in Spanish)
7a.Sluzki, CE: "Repercussion of a Social Commotion in the Hospital Setting: A Group Psychology Study with Inpatients”. Revista de Psicologia y Psicoterapia de Grupo, 1963, 11(3). (in Spanish)
8a.Goldenberg, M.; Barenblit, V.; & Sluzki, CE: "Psychotropic Medications in Psychiatry” Terapeutica Clinica, 1(2), 1963:121-128. (in Spanish)
9a.Veron, E.; Kornblit, A.; Malfe, R.; & Sluzki, CE: "Behavior Structures and Systems of Social Communication” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Arg., 1963, 9, 279-304. (in Spanish)
10a.Sluzki, CE: "The Inpatient's Family Group” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Arg., 1963, 9, 304-310. (in Spanish)
11a.Sluzki, CE: "Statistical Report Analysis of the Psychopathology and Neurology Service of the Lanus General Hospital” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1965, 11, 145-147, and 1966, 12, 88-90. (in Spanish)
12a.Goldenberg, M.; Korn, F.; Sluzki, CE; & Tarnopolsky, A.: “Attitudes towards Alcohol, Alcoholism and the Alcoholic". Social Science and Medicine, 1968, 2, 29-39.
13a.Sluzki, CE & Beavin, J.: "Symmetry and Complementarity: An Operational Definition and Typology of Couples". Chapter in P. Watzlawick and J.H. Weakland,(eds.): The Interactional View. New York: WW Norton, 1977. (Book translated into Italian as La Prospettiva Relazionale. Roma: Astrolabio, 1979 and into German as Interaktion, Bern: Huber, 1980). A prior version in Spanish appeared in Acta Psiquiat. Amer. Lat., 1965, 11, 321-328
14a.Goldenberg, M.; Barenblit, V.; Fernandez Moujan, O.; Galli, V.; Kesselman, M.; Muller, A.; Perez, A.; Ricon, L.G.; Sluzki, CE; & Stein, G.: "Psychiatry in the General Hospital.” Semana Medica, 1966. 128: 80-102. (in Spanish)
15a.Veron, E.; Korn, F.; Malfe, R.; & Sluzki, CE: "Linguistic Disturbances in Neurotic Communication” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1966, 12, 129-44. (in Spanish)
16a.Sluzki, CE: "A Note on Metacommunication” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1966, 12, 119-21 (in Spanish). An expanded version appeared (in French) in Cahiers Critiques de Therapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Reseaux, #13, 1991; and, in English, co-authored with J. Beavin Bavelas, as a chapter in J.H.Weakland and W.A.Ray, Eds.: Propagations: Thirty Years of Influence from the Mental Research Institute. Binghamton, NY, Haworth Press, 1995 (book translated into Italian and into German with the title “The Interactional Approach”)
17a.Sluzki, CE: "The Family Group of the Alcoholic” Chapter in A. Horowitz, S. Marconi & G. Adis Castro, (eds.): Epidemiologia del Alcoholismo en American Latin. Buenos Aires: ACTA, 1967, and in 3b. (in Spanish)
18a.Sluzki, CE; Beavin, J.; Tarnopolsky, A.; & Veron, E.: "Transactional Disqualifications." Arch Gen Psychiat,1967, 16, 494-504. Also included as a chapter in P. Watzlawick & J.H. Weakland, (eds.): The Interactional View. New York: WW Norton, 1977; and (in Italian) in V. Cigoli, (ed.): Sistema Familiare. Milan: Franco Angeli, 1977; (in Spanish) Acta Psiquiatrica y Psicologica de America Latina, 1966, 12, 329-342; and (in Czech) Kontext 1:3, 14-28, 1985.
19a.Goldenberg, M. & Sluzki, CE: "Alcohol and Psyche” Tribuna Medica, 1968, 1, 25. (in Spanish)
20a.Sluzki, CE & Bleichmar, H.: "The Interactional Approach to the Treatment of Couples” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol Amer. Lat., 1968, 14, 325-335; and as a chapter in 7b. (in Spanish)
21a.Sluzki, CE: "Symptoms and Family Interaction" Interam. J. Psychol., 1968, 2(4):283-287.
22a.Glasserman, M.R. & Sluzki, CE: "Surgical Psychoprophilaxis: A Research on Efficacy” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1969, 15(2), 261-264. (in Spanish)
23a.Sluzki, CE: "Potential Sources of Distortion in Research Designs” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1969, 15(3), 275. (in Spanish)
24a.Sluzki, CE; Tarnopolsky, A.; Veron, E.; Kaufman, S. & Valdemarin, D.: "Family Interaction and Schizophrenia: I. Symmetry-Complementarity” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1969, 15(4), 309-323. (in Spanish)
25a.Bleichmar, H.; Sluzki, CE & Smola, G.: "A Projective Interactional Test for Couples.” Chapter in 5b. (in Spanish)
26a.Sluzki, CE; Tarnopolsky, A. & Valdermarin, D.: "A Homeostatic Principle of Family Interaction”. Chapter in 5b. (in Spanish)
27a.Sluzki, CE: "Semantic Structures and Countertransference.” Chapter in 4b (in Spanish)
28a.Veron, E.; Sluzki, CE; Korn, F. & Orce, S.: "The Neuroses as Communication System”. Chapter in Proceedings of the VI World Congress of Sociology (Evian, September, 1966), Vol. VI, 1970, pp. 301-18
29a.Veron, E. & Sluzki, CE: "Communication and Neurosis: Semantic Components in Neurotic Verbal Behavior." Social Science and Medicine, 1970, 4:75-96.
30a.Sluzki, CE: "On Countertransference.” Revista de Psicoanalisis, 27(2): 107, 1970. (in Spanish)
31a.Goldenberg, M. & Sluzki, CE: "Setting up a Psychiatric Service in a General Hospital." Mental Hygiene, 1971, 55(1):85-90.
32a.Sluzki, CE: "From Intuition to Inquiry.” Revista Argentina de Psicologia, 1971, 10, 91-95. (in Spanish)
33a.Sluzki, CE & Veron, E.: "The Double Bind as Universal Pathogenic Situation" Family Process, 1971, 10(4), 397-410. Also included as a chapter in 9b; and in P. Watzlawick & J.H. Weakland, Eds.: The Interactional View, New York: WW Norton, 1977; (in Italian) Aggiornamenti di Psicoterapia e Psicologia Clinica, 1(2), 1972 ; and (in French) in J.C. Benoit, (ed.): Changements Systemiques en Therapie Familiale. Paris: Editions ESF, 1980.
34a.Sluzki, CE & Fiorini, H.: "Evaluation of psychiatric treatments in hospitalized patients: a research on efficacy” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1973, 19, 87-99. (in Spanish)
35a.Sluzki, CE: "On training to 'Think Interactionally.' Social Science and Medicine, 1973, 8, 483-485.
36a.Sluzki, CE & Veron, E.: "Interpersonal Effects of Semantic Patterns." Chapter in Silvano Arieti, Ed.: The World Biennial of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, New York: Basic Books, 1973.
37a.Sluzki, CE: "The Interactional Approach: A New Perspective for Psychiatric Action”. (in Spanish) Chapter in: W.R. Grimson, (ed.): Nuevas Perspectivas en Salud Mental. Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision, 1973.
38a.Sluzki, CE: "The Coalitionary Process in Initiating Family Therapy." Family Process, 1975, 14(1), 67-77. Reproduced in J.C. Hansen & David Rosenthal, Eds.: Strategies and Techniques in Family Therapy. Springfield, IL: Thomas, 1981; and (in Italian) in V. Cigoli, Ed.: Interazione Familiare ed Intervento Psicoterapico. Milano: Franco Angeli, 1977.
39a.Sluzki, CE: "The 'Latin Lover' Revisited: An Ethnological-Communicational Analysis". Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1976, 22 S; and, in English, as a chapter in M. McGoldrick, J.K. Pearce & J. Giordano, Eds.: Ethnicity and Family Therapy. New York: Guilford, 1982.
40a.Sluzki, CE: "Outcomes in Family Centered Medicine: New Goals, New Variables". Chapter in: R.W., F.E. Manderscheid, Eds.: Systems Science and the Future of Health. Washington, DC: SFSR, 1976.
41a.Sluzki, CE: "Marital Therapy From a Systems Theory Perspective" Chapter in T.J. Paolino & B.S. McCrady, Eds.: Marriage and Marital Therapy: Psychoanalytic, Behavioral, and Systems Theory Perspectives. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1978. Also included in L.F. Seltzer: Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy: A Comprehensive Overview and Guidebook. New York: Wiley, 1986. . Translated into Italian in Terapia Familiare, 6, (57-80), 1979; into Finnish in Perheterapia, 1(2):18-23, 1985 and 2(1):6-12,1986; and into Spanish, as a “classic”, in Mosaico, 2014 (in press)
42a.Gerber, W. & Sluzki, CE: "The doctor-family relationship." Chapter in R.B. Taylor, Ed.: Family Medicine, Principles and Practice, New York and Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1978.
43a.Sluzki, CE: "The decision to speak: a communicational study” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1978, 24, 109-114. (in Spanish)
44a.Sluzki, CE: "Migration and Family Conflict”. Family Process, 1979, 18(4):379-390 [Also appeared as a chapter in R.H. Moos, (ed.): Coping with Life Crisis: New Perspectives. New York: Plenum, 1985; (in Spanish) in Terapia Familiar, 3(6):87-107, 1980; and (in Geman), as a chapter in T.Hegemann and R. Salman, Eds.:, Transkulturelle Pshychiatrie: Konzepte fur die Abeit mit Menschen aus anderen Kulturen. Bonn: Psychiatrie Velag, 2001.]
45a.Sluzki, CE: "Prospective as a fourth area of the self.” Temas de Psicologia Social, 14:19-24, 1980. (in Spanish)
46a.Sluzki, CE: "Colliding Epistemologies." The Family Center Report (Georgetown University) 2(2) 4-7, 1980; (in French), Cahiers Critiques de Terapie Familliale et de Pratiques de Reseaux, 2(75-79), 1982; and S Perspectivas Sistemicas, 3(10), 1990, and 4(17), 1991.
47a.Sluzki, CE: "Process of Symptom Production and Patterns of Symptom Maintenance”. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 7(3), 1981; (in Italian), Terapia Familiare, 10, 1981; (in Spanish) Terapia Familiar, 6(12), 139-156, 1983 S, and as a chapter in E. Gutierrez, (ed.): Lecturas en Terapia Familiar, Santiago de Campostela: U. de Santiago de Campostela Press, 1984.
48a.Sluzki, CE: "A Brief Rejoinder to a Brief rejoinder” Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 8(4), 399-402, 1982; also S as part of Terapia Familiar 6(12), 139:156, and as a chapter in E. Gutierrez, (ed.) Lecturas de Terapia Familiar, Santiago de Campostela: U. de Santiago de Campostela Press, 1984.
49a.Sluzki, CE: "Bumping against walls: Resistance as a misnomer." Audio-cassette in Aponte, H., Sluzki, CE, Anderson, C., Papp, P., Wachtel, P. & Wachtel, E.: From Resistance to Alliance in Family Therapy: New Perspectives and Techniques. New York: BMA Audio Cassette Publications, 1983.
50a.Sluzki, CE: "The sounds of silence: two case of elective mutism in bilingual families." Chapter in Falicov, CJ, (ed.): Cultural Perspectives in Family Therapy. Rockville, MD: Aspen, 1983.
51a.Sluzki, CE: "How to stake a territory in the field of Family Therapy in three easy lessons”. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 9(3), 1983; (in French) Cahiers Critiques de Therapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Reseaux, 7:131-134), 1983, and as a chapter in Elkaim, M. (ed.): Psychotherapie et reconstruccion du reel. Paris: Editions Universitaires, 1983; and (in Spanish) as a chapter in E. Gutierrez, (ed.): Lecturas de Terapia Familiar, Santiago de Campostela: U de Santiago de Campostela Press, 1984.
52a.Sluzki, CE & MT Pantaleo: "Psychology and cancer: expanding the boundaries of our ignorance” (In French). Psychologie Medicale , 15(a): 134-7, 1983.
53a.Sluzki, CE: "Process, Structure and World Views: Toward an Integrated View of Systemic Models in Family Therapy." Family Process, 22:469-476, 1983. Reproduced as a chapter in Family Studies Review Yearbook, Vol. III, Sage Press, 1985; (in Italian) as a chapter in C. Cipolli & A. Silvestri, (eds.): Communicazione e Sistemi: Un Approccio Interdisciplinare all'Interazione Umana. Milano: Franco Angeli, 1985; and S as a chapter in E. Gutierrez, (ed.): Lecturas de Terapia Familiar, U. de Santiago de Campostela Press, 1984.
54a.Sluzki, CE (1984): "The Patient-Provider-Translator Triad: A Note For Providers.” Family Systems Medicine, 2(4):397-.
55a.Sluzki, CE (1985a): "Family therapy as construction of alternative realities.” Sistemas Familiares. 1(1):58. (in Spanish)
56a.Sluzki, CE (1985b): "Families, Networks and Other Strange Shapes." AFTA Newsletter, 19; and (in Spanish) Sistemas Familiares, 2(1):61-4, 1985.
57a.Sluzki, CE (1985c): "Simulated session, consultation and discussion"”. Chapter (in French) in M. Elkaim, (ed.): Formations et Pratiques en Therapie Familiale. Paris: Les Editions ESF. (Book translated into Spanish, Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision, 1988.)
57d.Sluzki, CE (1985d): "Creativity and Training”. Chapter (in French) in M. Elkaim, (ed.): Formations et Pratiques en Therapie Familiale. Paris: Les Editions ESF. (Book translated into Spanish, Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision, 1988.)
58a.Sluzki, CE (1985e): "Family Consultation in Family Medicine: A Case Example." Family Systems Medicine 3(2). Included as a chapter in Wynne, L.C., Weber, T.T. & MacDaniel, S.H. (eds.) The Family Therapist as Systems Consultant, Guilford Press: New York, 1986.; (and, in Spanish) in Actualidad Psicologica, XII(131): 5-10, 1987; (in Italian and French) in L. Onnis, (ed.): Famiglia e Malaltia Psicosomatica, Rome: Nuova Italia Scientifica, 1988, published in French as Les Langages du Corps: La Revolution Systemique en Psychosomatique. Paris, ESF, 1996.
59a.Sluzki, CE (1985f): "A minimal map of cybernetics." The Family Therapy Networker 9(1): 26. An expanded version appeared (in Italian) Bolletino (Centro Milanese di Terapia della Famiglia), 11, 1986, and (in Spanish) in Sistemas Familiares, 3(2): 65-70, 1987.
60a.Sluzki, CE (1986): "On the ephemeral nature of paradox in therapy”. (In French) Systemes Humains, 2(2): 109-114. (In Italian) Atraverso lo Specchio, 5(17): 23-27, 1987; and (in Spanish) in Mosaico, 26:26-28, 2003.
61a.Berlin, R. & Sluzki, CE (1987): "Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry and the Family System.” Psychosomatics, 28(4): 206-8.
62a.Sluzki, CE (1988a): "Patient-agency system and the maintenance of chronic problems: Analysis of a consultation with an agency's staff." Family Systems Medicine, 6(4): 10-16. Translated into French as a chapter in J. Pluymaekers, (ed.): Familles, Institutions et Approche Systemique. Paris: Les Editions ESF, 1989.
63a.Sluzki, CE (1988b): "From generation to generation: a commentary”. (In French) Cahiers Critiques de Therapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Reseaux, 8:35-38.
64a.Sluzki, CE (1988c): "Recent research on schizophrenia and the family: An update". (in Italian) Atraverso lo Specchio, 6(2): 9-32.
65a.Sluzki, CE (1989): "Jealousy: A parable revisited." The Family Therapy Networker 13(3):53-78. An expanded version appeared (in Spanish) in Terapia Familiar 13(20), 1990; and in Perspectivas Sistemicas, 7(32): 3-5, 1994; and (in Italian) as a chapter in C. Loriedo and A. Bianchi di Castelbianco (eds.): II Bambino e i suoi Sistemi. Roma: Edizione Kappa, 1990.
66a.Sluzki, CE (1990a): "On Training and Practice in Family Therapy". (In Spanish in) Perspectivas Sistemicas, 3(10)
67a.Sluzki, CE (1990b): "Self reference and family therapy: An introduction". Chapter (in French) in 10b
68a.Sluzki, CE (1990c): "Systemic Blueprint in a Therapeutic Conversation." Chapter in R. Chasin, H. Grunebaum & M. Herzig: One Couple, Four Realities: Multiple Perspectives in Couple Therapy. New York: Guilford.
69a.Sluzki, CE (1990d): "Carl Auer as Smuggler.” Chapter in Weber, G. & Simon, F.B., (eds.): Carl Auer: Geist or Ghost? Heidelberg: Auer Verlag, Bilingual English/German Edition. Re-edited in the US as Strange Encounters with Carl Auer, New York: WW Norton, 1991.
70a.Sluzki, CE (1990e): "Negative explanation, drawing distinctions, raising dilemmas, collapsing time, externalization of problems: A note on some powerful conceptual tools." Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 7(3): 33-37.
71a.Sluzki, CE; Kennedy, S.; Minifie, N.; & Robare, V. (1990): "Family secrets and personal differentiation: A clinical case." The Bulletin (Berkshire Medical Center), 3(2): 11-14.
72a.Sluzki, CE (1990f): "Disappeared: Semantic and Somatic Effects of Political Repression in a Family Seeking Therapy." Family Process, 29(2): 131-143, 1990. Translated into Italian in Terapia Familiare, 33: 55-71, 1990; and Spanish in Sistemas Familiares, 11(1):65-77,1995.
73a.Sluzki, CE (1991a): "Family’s ideology and therapists’ ideology: A debate.” Chapter (in French) in Y. Rey and B. Prieur, (eds.): Systemes, Etique, Perspectives en Therapie Familiale. Paris: ESF.
74a.Sluzki, CE (1991b): "The emergence of narratives as focus of therapy" (in French). Therapie Familiale; 12(4): 293-300; and (in German), as a chapter in T. Keller and Nils Greve (Eds.): Systemische Praxis in der Psychiatrie. Bonn: Psychiatrie-Verlag, 1996.
75a.Sluzki, CE (1992a): "Disruption and reconstruction of networks following migration/ relocation." Family Systems Medicine, 10(4): 359-364. A previous version appeared (in Spanish) in Sistemas Familiares 6(2): 67-72, 1990; and in French in Cahiers Critiques de Therapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Reseaux:, 12: 103-109, 1990. It was also reproduced as a chapter in F.E. Atkinson, (ed.): Treatment of Torture: Readings and References. Ottawa: FEA Press, 1991.
76a.Sluzki, CE (1992b): "The 'better-formed' story". Chapter (in Italian) in G. Cecchin and M. Mariotti, (eds.): L'Adolescente e i suoi Sistemi. Rome: Kappa. (pp.37-47)
77a.Sluzki, CE (1992c): "Transformations: A blueprint for narrative changes in therapy." Family Process, 31(3): 217-230, 1992. Translated into Italian in Terapia Familiare, 36: 5-19, 1991; into German in Familiendynamik; 17(1): 19-38, 1992; into Spanish in Sistemas Familiares 14(2): 11-24, 1998; and into French as a chapter in M.Elkaim & E.Trappeniers, Eds.: Etapes d’une Evolution: Approche Systemique et Therapie Familiale. Paris, Privat, 1993, book translated into Spanish: La Terapia Familiar en Transformacion. Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1998.
78a.Sluzki, CE (1993a): “The social network: Frontier of systemic therapy”. (In French) Therapie Familiale, 14(3):239-251.
79a.Sluzki, CE (1993b): “Toward a general model of family and political victimization." Psychiatry, 56: 178-187. Also as a chapter in D. F. Schnitman (ed.): New Paradigms, Culture and Subjectivity, book published in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, respectively, by Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1995; Porto Alegre, Artes Medicas, 1996; and Hampton Press, 2001 ; (in German) as a chapter in J. Schweitzer, A. Retzer and H.R. Fischer (eds.): Systemische Praxis und Postmoderne. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1993 ; and (in French) in Cahiers Critiques de Therapie Familiale et de Pratiques de Reseaux, 24: 15-30, 2000.
80a.Sluzki, CE (1993c): “The generative context of ‘Pragmatics of Human Communication’: A personal reminiscence.” In Spanish, in Cuadernos de Terapia Familiar, (Spain) 23/24:20-2. Translated into Italian as an Introduction to M.Mariotti, F.Bassoli and R.Frison: Manuale di Psicioterapia Sistemica e Relazionale. Padova, Sapere, 2004:19-28.
81a.Sluzki, CE (1994): “Social network and systemic/family approaches.” In Spanish in Familia (Spain) 9:7-20
82a.Sluzki, CE: “Reclaiming words, reclaiming worlds.” Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health, 9(2):4-7, 1994. Translated into Spanish in Perspectivas Sistemicas , 7(33):16, and 7(34): 5-6, 1994; and into German in Familiendynamik, 21(3):311-6, 1996
83a.Sluzki, CE (1995): “The ‘eigen-values’ of stories.” Cybernetics and Human Knowing , 3(3/4): ; Translated into Italian in Connessioni, 11:1-7, 1995; and into Spanish in Psicologia Iberoamericana, 5(3):31-35, 1977 , and in Sistemas Humanos (Mexico), 2(1):1-4, 2011
84a.Sluzki, CE: "A narrative-based, practice-oriented approach to schizophrenia” Chapter (in Italian) in P.Bertrando, C.l.Cazzullo and M.Clerici, Eds.: Terapie Familiari e Psicoeducazionale: Attuali Orientamenti nel Lavoro con le Famiglie di Pazienti Schizofrenici. Milano, FrancoAngeli, 1995.
85a.Sluzki, CE: “The impact of the social network on the health of the individual and of health of the individual on the social network”. Chapter in E. Dabas and D.Najmanovich, Eds.: Redes Sociales: El Lenguaje de los Vinculos. Buenos Aires, Paidos1995 (in Spanish)
86a.Sluzki, CE: “Getting married and un-married: Vicissitudes of the social network during marriage and divorce”. Generations, 5:44-51, 1995 (in French)
87a.Sluzki, CE: “Language, practices and record-keeping: A reflective consultation and some changes that resulted from it.” Human Systems, 7(2-3):103-116, 1996. Also as a chapter in Alan Cooklin, Ed.: Changing Organizations: Clinicians as Agents of Change. London, Karnak Books, 1999.
88a.Sluzki, CE: “Rekindling the experience of freedom: From the personal to the collective...and back.” Human Systems, 8(3-4):225-238, 1997
89a.Sluzki, CE: “Migration and the disruption of the social network,” chapter in McGoldrick, M. ed.: Re-Visioning Family Therapy: Race, Culture and Gender in Clinical Practice. New York, Guilford Press, 1998.
90a.Sluzki, CE: “A family interview”. Chapter in Pereira, R., Ed.:“Actas de las 3as jornadas Ikas-Dictia de terapia Familiar” Barcelona/Bilbao, St Pau-EVT. (pp.47-81) 1998 (in Spanish)
91a.Sluzki, CE: “Strange attractors and the transformation of narratives in therapy.” Chapter in Hoyt, M.F., Ed.: The Handbook of Constructive Therapies. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1998. A previous version in Spanish appeared in Sistemas Familiares, 13(2): 43-54, 1997; and also as a chapter in Garcia Rodriguez, J.; Garrido Fernandez, M; and Rodriguez Franco, L, Eds:.Personalidad, Procesos Cognitivos y Psicoterapia: Un Enfoque Constructivista. Madrid, Fundamentos, 1998
92a.Sluzki, CE: “In search of the lost family: A footnote to Munichin’s article” Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 24(4): 415-17, 1998; translated into Italian in Terapia Familiare , 60:21-26, 1999; and into Spanish in Sistemas Familiares ,2000
93a.Sluzki, CE: “Qualitative and quantitative research: A constructionist perspective.” (in French) Therapie Familiale, 19(3):255-263, 1999; and (in Spanish) Redes, 5:73-84, 1999
94a.Sluzki, CE: “The crisis of masculinity: An evolutionary perspective.” In Spanish in Perspectivas Sistemicas, 12(57):3-8, 1999, and in Terapia y Familia, 17(1):3-17, 2004.
95a.Sluzki, CE: “The evolving context of the family therapy field: An overview.” American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter 77:9-10, 1999
96a.Sluzki CE: Chapter (in Swedish) in G. Berglund and E. Abrahamsson, Eds.: Creative Conversations: Meetings with Family Therapists and their Ideas. Smedjebacken, Sweden, Mareld Books, 2000
97a.Sluzki CE (2000a): “On violence: A creed for therapists.” J. Family Psychotherapy 11(2): 1-8. An uptaded version was published (in Spanish) in Sistemas Familiares, 20(1-2): 17-23, 2004
98a.Sluzki, CE (2000b): “Social Networks and the Elderly: Conceptual and Clinical Issues, and a Family Consultation.” Family Process, 39(3):271-284. A version in Spanish appeared in Sistemas Familiares, 15(3):29-39, 1999
99a.Sluzki, CE (2000c): “Patients, clients, consumers: The politics of words.” Family, Systems and Health 18(3):347-352.
100a.Sluzki, CE (2000d): “Narratives of violence, narratives of recovery.” (In Norwegian) Fokus pa Familien 2000-1: 3-18.
101a.Sluzki, CE (2001): “All those in favor of saving the planet, please raise your hand: A comment about ‘Family therapy saves the planet’.” J. Mariage and Family Therapy, 27(1): 13-15.
102a.Sluzki, CE (2002a): “Psychosocial scenarios following a bioterrorist attack.” Chapter in T. Woodcock, Ed: Perceive Threat and Public Health Response to Bioterrorism (provisional title, book in preparation).
103a.Sluzki, CE (2002b): “Humiliation, social crisis, and social networks: A Conversation” Sistemas Familiares , 18(3):5-17 (in Spanish)
104a.Sluzki, CE (2003a): “Families Imploding: The Loosening of the social fabric and the decline of social responsibility at the dawn of the 21st. Century.” J. Family Psychotherapy, 14 (1).
105a.Sluzki, CE (2003b): “Memory, remembrances and transformations of Lanus: Homage to the mentor.” Psicoanalisis, 24(2-3): 471-178 (in Spanish)
106a.Sluzki, CE (2003c): “The process toward reconciliation.” Chapter in A. Chayes and M. Minow, Eds.: Imagine Coexistence: Restoring Humanity after Violent Ethnic Conflict. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Translated into Italian in Mediazione Familiare Sistemica, 1: 5-11, 2003, and into Spanish in Mediadores en Red 3(9):32-45, 2005
107a.Sluzki, CE and Agani, FE (2003d): “Small steps and big leaps: A crisis in a traditional Kosovar family in an era of cultural transition” Family Process, 42(4):479-84. Translated into Spanish in the issue “Psicoanalisis y Cultura” of Psicoanalisis APdeBA (Argentina), 27(3):423-432, 2005, and in Redes (Spain)(14):33-42, 2005
108a.Sluzki, CE (2004a): “Hin und Zurück: Back from when we come from”. Chapter in F.Walsh and M.McGoldrick, Eds.: Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family, 2nd. Edition. New York, Norton.
109a.Sluzki, CE (2004b): “A house taken over by ghosts: Culture, migration and developmental cycle in a Moroccan family invaded by hallucinations.” Families, Systems and Health, 22(3):321-37. A prior version appeared in Spanish as a chapter in La Practica de la Terapia Familiar: Un Encuentro Clinico (The Practice of Family Therapy: A Clinical Encounter). Buenos Aires, Libros del Zorzal, 2003
110a.Weine, S., S. Ukshini, J.Griffith, F.Agani, E. Pulleublank-Coffey, J.Ulaj, C.Becker, L.Ajeti, M.Elliot, V.Alidemah, J. Landau, M.Asllani, M.Mango, I.Pavkovic, A.Bunjaku, J.Rolland, G.Cala, J.Saul, S.Makolli, C.Sluzki, S.Statovci, K.Wingarten (2005): “A family approach to severe mental illness in post-war Kosova”. Psychiatry 68(1):17-27.
111a.Sluzki, CE (2005): “Deception and fear in politically oppressive contexts: The trickle-down effect on families.” Review of Policy Research, 22(5): 625-35.
112a.Sluzki, CE (2006b): “Short term heaven, long term limbo: A visit to a refugee camp in Rwanda” Global Studies Review, 2(1):4-5. An expanded version, in Spanish, was published in PoSIbles: Politica, Salud Internacional y Desarrollo Sostenible, 2:11-15, 2009
113a.Sluzki, CE (2006c): “Victimizacion, recuperacion, y las historias con ‘mejor forma’ ” (“Victimization, recovery, and the ‘better formed’ stories”) (in Spanish) Sistemas Familiares, 22(1-2):5-20
114a.Sluzki, CE (2007a): “Toward an evolving theory of practice.” Family Process, 46(2):173-84.
115a.Sluzki CE (2007b): “Lyman C Wynne and the transformation of the field of family-and-schizophrenia.” Family Process, 46(2):143-49. An expanded version has been published in Spanish in Perspectivas Sistemicas on Line, July 2007, and in Portuguese in Familia em Foco: Teoria e Clinica, 1(1):7-18, 2008
116a.Sluzki, CE (2007c): “The interface between family and genomics.” Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 18(1):1-9. A previous version was published in Spanish in Perspectivas Sistemicas, 17(87):3-6, 2005
117a.Sluzki, CE (2007d): ”Therapeutic blueprints for patients trapped in shame- or humiliation-generating stories” (in Spanish). Perspectivas Sistemicas, 19(94-95):3-5, March
118a.Sluzki, CE (2008a): “Migration and the disruption of the social network.” Chapter in McGoldrick M & Hardy, K, Ed.: Re-Visioning Family Therapy: Race, Culture and Gender in Clinical Practice. 2nd. Edition. New York, Guilford Press. (It is a revision of a chapter originally published in the first edition of the same book, cf. 89a)
119a.Sluzki, CE (2008b): “”The Ancient Cult of Madame: When therapists trade curiosity for certainty.” Journal of Family Therapy (UK), 30:119-130. A previous version appeared in Portuguese in Pensando Familias (Brazil), 11(1): 29-40, 2007
120a.Sluzki CE (2008c): “Saudades at the edge of the self and the merits of portable families” Transcultural Psychiatry, 45:379-390
121a.Sluzki CE (2008d): “Migration: A social networks perspective” {chapter for Scabini, E. & Rossi, G (2008): La migrazione come evento familiare. (Migration as a family event) (in Italian). Milan, Vita e Pensiero Press
122a.Sluzki CE (2008e): “From the schizophrenogenic mother to the genotypic vulnerability: Update on the theme ‘Family and schizophrenia’ ” (in Spanish) Revista Lationamericana de Psiquiatria, 9:24-34 and, in Italian, in Psicobietttivo, 29(2):137-154, 2009
123a.Sluzki, CE (2009): “Difficult babies, difficult parents: Toward a model based on a reciprocal fit.” (in French) in Cahiers critiques de therapie familale et de pratiques de reseaux, 43:151-167, 2009 and (in Spanish) in Redes, 22:11-27 ( an earlier version, In Italian, may be found in Majeutica, 25/26: 9-18, 2006)
124a.Sluzki, CE (2010a): “Introduction”. Chapter in Richeport-Haley, M & Carlson J, Eds.: Jay Haley Revisited . London, Routledge.
125a.Sluzki CE (2010b): “The pathway between conflict and reconciliation: Coexistence as an evolutionary process.” Transcultural Psychiatry, 47(1): 55-69
126a.Sluzki, CE; Gennari, M & Accordini, M (2010): ”Between projects and regrets: Social network maps of three young female immigrants.” Chapter in Cigoli, V & Gennari M, Eds.: Close relationships and community psychology: An International perspective. Milan, Franco Angeli
127a.Sluzki, CE (2010c): “On Sorrow: Medical Advice from Isahq ben Sulayman al-Israel 1,000 Years ago” Am J Psychiat 167(4):387
128a.Sluzki, CE (2010d): “Personal social networks and health: Conceptual and clinical implications of their reciprocal impact.” Family Systems and Health, 28(1): 1-18
129a.Sluzki CE (2010e): ”A manera de epilogo.”(in Spanish) Chapter in Chimpen C A and Sagrado S, Eds : Mediacion: La Busqueda del Camino Alternativo. Argentina (in press)
130a.Sluzki, CE (2010f): “Social Networks and Health.” In Proceedings of the XVIII World IFTA Congress (March 17-20, 2010, Buenos Aires, Argentina). Bologna, Italy, Medimond (in press)
131a.Sluzki, CE (2011): “Damned if They Do, Damned if They Don’t: Dilemmas of Internally Displaced Populations.” Global Studies Review, 7(1) Spring
132a.Sluzki, CE (2012) The group therapist as social network enhancer: A new area of inquiry. Forum (journal of the International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Process), 5:55-68
133a.Sluzki, CE (2013a) “Acerca de la curiosidad: Evolucion de moralejas en la historia de Barbazul.” Redes 28:11-26. Also as a chapter in J. L. Linares y P. Semboloni, Eds: La Familia en la Ópera: Metáforas líricas para problemas relacionales. Barcelona, Gedisa) (in Spanish)
134a.Cobb, S; Laws, D & Sluzki, C (2013b): “Modeling negotiation using ‘Narrative grammar’: Exploring the evolution of meaning in a simulated negotiation.” Group Decision and Negotiation (on line, 2013)
135a.Sluzki, CE (2013c) “Who pursues whom? Kinetic digressions on couples interaction.” Psicoterapia y Familia, 26(1):5-12 (in Spanish)
136a.Sluzki, CE (2013d): Harlow, Bowlby and children in the context of extreme violence. Chapter 2 in Proceedings of the 3d, International Congress on Brief and Family Therapy (in Spanish) CEFAP, Puebla, Mexico
137a.Sluzki, CE (2014): El future transdisciplinario de la terapia sistemica. (in Spanish) Mosaico (Spain) (in press) (in Spanish)





(b) Books and films






















1b.Veron E, Sluzki CE, Korn F, Kornblit A & Malfe R (1965): Behavior Patterns and Systems of Social Communication. Universidad de Buenos Aires Department of Sociology, Publication #78. (in Spanish)
2b.Sluzki, CE (1969) (Adaptation of nomenclature for usage by Latin American Psychiatrists and supervision of translation of): Manual Diagnostico y Estadistico de Trastornos Mentales (DSM-II), (Translation of the DSM-II), Buenos Aires: ACTA. (in Spanish)
3b.Veron E, Prieto LJ, Ekman P, Friesen WV, Sluzki CE, Masotta, O (1969): Lenguaje y comunicacion social. Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision. (in Spanish)
4b.Veron E & Sluzki CE (1970): Comunicacion y Neurosis. Buenos Aires: Editorial del Instituto. Second Edition: Buenos Aires: Amorrortu, 1984. (in Spanish)
5b.Vidal G. & Sluzki, CE, Eds. (1970): Alcoholismo. Buenos Aires: Centro Editor Argentino. (in Spanish)
6b.Sluzki CE; Berenstein I; Bleichmar H & Maldonado Allende I , Eds. (1970): Patologia y Terapeutica del Grupo Familiar (Family Pathology and Treatment). Buenos Aires: ACTA (in Spanish).
7b.Sluzki, CE, Ed. (1971): Interaccion Familiar: Aportes Basicos Sobre Teoria y Tecnica (Family Interaction: Fundamental Contributions to Theory and Techniques). Buenos Aires: Tiempo Contemporaneo (in Spanish)
8b.Sluzki, CE, Ed. (1975): Psicopatologia y Psicoterapia de la Pareja. (Couple's Psychopathology and Psychotherapy). Nueva Vision (2nd Edition, 1979) (in Spanish); and (in Portuguese), Sao Paulo, Editorial Psy II, 1994
9b.Sluzki CE & Ransom D, Eds. (1976): Double-Bind: The Foundation of the Communication Approach to the Family, New York: Grune & Stratton (and in Italian: Roma: Astrolabio, 1979)
10b.Prosky P & Sluzki CE (1978): Contrasting Styles in Initial Family Interview. Three training videotapes produced and distributed by Kingsboro Psychiatric Center, Brooklyn, New York.
11b.Elkaim M & Sluzki CE, Eds. (1989): Self Reference and Family Therapy. Paris: Privat, 1989. (in French)
12b.Sluzki CE (1996): The Social Network: Frontier of Systemic Practices. (in Spanish) Barcelona: Gedisa; and (in Portuguese) Sao Paulo: Casa do Psicologo, 1997.
13b.Sluzki CE (1999): Teoria y Practica de la Terapia Sistemica. Mexico, Edicion Cree-Ser (in Spanish)
14b.Sluzki C (2003): You are Us. Script, executive production and direction of 30 minutes video-film, accompanied by group process ‘Manual for cross-cultural sensitization about immigrants.’ Community Resilience Project at Arlington/Fairfax Counties, and ICAR/George Mason University Production.
15b.Cecchin, G., Griffith, J., Elliot, M., Alarcao, M., Sluzki, C. et al. (2007): Terapia Familiar, Redes e Poetica Social. Lisboa, Portugal, CLIMEPSI. (In Portuguese)
16b.Bigliani CG, Moguillanski R, & Sluzki CE, (2011): Shame and Humiliation: A Dialogue between Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches. Sao Paulo, Zagodoni Editora (in Portuguese) and Karnak, London, 2013.
17b.Sluzki CE (2012): Presence of the Absent: Therapy with Families with Ghosts. Buenos Aires, Gedisa. (In Spanish.) Also (in French) Paris, DeBoeck 2014 in press; in English, submitted for consideration for publication.





(c) Prologues, editorials, and short pieces (book reviews are not included here, but a list can be provided upon request)













































































1c.Sluzki CE: “Gregory Bateson and his Metalogues.” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat, 12:188-89, 1966.
1.5c.Sluzki, CE: "Conference on the Etiology of Schizophrenia: A Report” Acta Psiquiat. Psicol. Amer. Lat., 1967, 13, 187-196 and 1967, 13, 293-4. (in Spanish)
2c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to Gregory Bateson: Metalogos. Buenos Aires: Tiempo Contemporaneo, 1969 (in Spanish).
3c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to P. Watzlawick, J. H. Beavin & D. D. Jackson: Teoria de la Comunicacion Humana, (Pragmatics of Human Communication). Buenos Aires: Tiempo Contemporaneo, 1970. (A revised prologue has been included in the new edition, Barcelona: Herder, 1982) (in Spanish).
4c.Sluzki, CE: "Communicacion" and "Family" (in Spanish) Entries in: G. Vidal, H. & Bleichmar, R.H. Usandivaras, (eds.): Enciclopedia de Psiquiatria, Buenos Aires: El Ateneo, 1977.
5c.Sluzki, CE: "On Sharing Marital problems with the Children." Short chapter in L.H. Gross, ed.: The Parents' Guide to Teenagers, New York: MacMillan, 1981.
6c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to John Schwartzman, (ed.): Macro-Systemic Approaches to Family Therapy. New York: Guilford Press, 1985.
7c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to Marsha P. Mirkin & Stuart L. Koman, (eds.): Handbook of Adolescents and Family Therapy. New York: Gardner, 1985.
8c.Sluzki, CE: "Mapping the journey over twenty-five years." (Editorial) Family Process, 26 (149-52), 1987.
9c.Sluzki, CE: "Constructivism Applied. Commentary II." The Family Therapy Networker, 12(5): 79-81, 1988.
10c.Sluzki, CE: Several entries. (in French) In J.C. Benoit et al.: Le Dictionnaire Clinique des Therapies Familiales Systemiques, Paris: Editions Sociales Francaises, 1988.
11c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to N. Bendersky: Es posible disfrutar el matrimonio? Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision, 1988(in Spanish)
12c.Sluzki, CE: "On Child Sexual Abuse." (Editorial) The Bulletin - A Journal of Berkshire Medical Center, 2(4): 1,1989.
13c.Kantor, D.; Okun; B.F.; Bloch, DA; Penn, P.; Scarf, M. & Sluzki, CE: "Conversations.”. Joint chapter in D. Kantor & B.Okun (eds.): Intimate Environments: Sex, Intimacy and Gender in Families. New York: Guilford, 1989.
14c.Sluzki, CE & Wynne, L.C.: “Introduction.” Family Process, 29(2) (Supl.: Cumulative Index 1962-1986), 3-5, 1990
15c.Sluzki, CE: "Traveling Through the Tunnel of Time: The Berkshire Medical Journal." The Bulletin - Journal of Berkshire Medical Center III(3): 5, 1990.
16c.Sluzki, CE: Epilogue (in Italian) to P. Busso & P. Stradoni: Come Communicate Cogli Altri: Visione Binoculare e Complessita. Torino: Sonda, 1990.
17c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to M. Nichols and R. Schwartz: Family Therapy. New York: Allyn & Bacon, 1990 .
18c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to F. Walsh & M. McGoldrick, “Living beyond Loss: Death in the Family. New York: WW Norton, 1991. Part of this foreword was also published in Family Systems Medicine, 9(1): 1-3, 1991. Translated into Spanish as “Donde tiene lugar la cura?” en Alternativas en Psicoterapia, 1(2), 1991.
19c.Sluzki, CE: “Donald A Bloch, Ambassador Extraordinaire.” Family Therapy News 22(4):5, 1991
20c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to H.v.Foerster: Las Semillas de la Cibernetica. Barcelona, Gedisa, 1991 (in Spanish)
21c.Sluzki, CE: Epilogue to B. Furman & T. Ahola: Solution Talk: Hosting Therapeutic Conversations. New York: WW Norton, 1992 .
22c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to R. Casabianca & H. Hirsch: Como Equivocarse Menos en Terapia. Santa Fe (Argentina), Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Press, 1992 (in Spanish).
23c.Sluzki, CE: “The lung in context.” (Editorial), The Bulletin - A Journal of Berkshire Medical Center, V(2): 1, 1992.
24c.Sluzki, CE “Um dialogo com a America Latina.” (in Portuguese) Nova Perspectiva Sistemica, 1(2), 1992
25c.Sluzki, CE: “Case Commentary 2.” Short piece in The Family Therapy Networker, June 1993; and in R.Simon, L.Markowitz, C.Barrilleaux, B.Topping, Eds.: The Art of Psychotherapy: Case Studies from the Family Therapy Networker. New York, Wiley & Sons, 1999.
26c.Sluzki, CE: Discussion to “Simulation of a therapy session”, Chapter 1; Discussion-conclusion to “Systems, evolution, change”, Chapter 4 (in French) in M.Elkaim & E.Trappeniers, Eds.: Etapes d’une Evolution: Approche Systemique et Therapie Familiale. Paris, Privat, 1993 (translated into Spanish: La Terapia Familiar en Transformacion. Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1998);
27c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to M. Andolfi and R. Haber, Eds.: Please Help Me With This Family: Using Consultants as Resources in Family Therapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1994
28c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to G.Demicheli M.: Comunicacion en Terapia Familiar Sistemica: Bosquejo de una Epistemologia Cibernetica. Valparaiso, Chile, U of Valparaiso Press, 1995 (in Spanish)
29c.Sluzki, CE, Cecchin G & Jimenez J (pp. 281-86 of English edition) and Goulishian H, Guattari F and Sluzki CE (pp.217-228): “Dialogue”. In D. F. Schnitman (ed.): New Paradigms, Culture and Subjectivity, book published in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, respectively, by Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1995; Porto Alegre, Artes Medicas, 1996; and Hampton Press, 2001
30c.Sluzki, CE: Prologue-Introduction to the French edition of S. Minuchin and M. Nichols: Family Healing: Strategies for Hope and Understanding. Paris, ESF Editeur, 1996.
31c.Sluzki, CE: John Weakland, timid guru. Psychotherapy Networker, 1996 (?)
32c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to M.Auspitz and D.Wang: De Terapias y Personas: El Encuentro, un Enfoque Humanistico. Buenos Aires, Eudeba, 1997. (in Spanish)
33c.Sluzki, CE: Foreword to J. Droeven, ed.: Mas Alla de Pactos y Traiciones: Construyendo el Dialogo Terapeutico. Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1997. (in Spanish)
34c.Bloch, DA and Sluzki CE: “An appreciation of Edgar H. Auerswald.” Family Systems and Health, 6(3): 309314, 1998
35c.Sluzki, C: Foreword to Dabas, E.: Redes Sociales, Familias y Escuela. Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1998 (in Spanish)
36c.Cobb, S. and Sluzki, CE: Foreword to Diez, F. and Tapia, G.: Mediacion: Experiencias y Aportes Conceptuales. Buenos Aires, Paidos, 1999 (in Spanish)
37c.Sluzki, CE: “In Memoriam Mara Selvini Palazzoli” Family Process, 38(4): 1999
38c.Sluzki, CE: “Salutation” (Editorial), American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 1999
39c.Sluzki, CE: Interview. Mosaico (Spain), 14:33-39, 1999 and Campo Grupal (Argentina), 3 (17): 2-, 2000. (in Spanish)
40c.Sluzki, CE: Introduction, (in Italian) to M. Mariotti and R. Frison: Relazioni Terapeutiche e Adolescenti Multiproblematici. Milano: FrancoAngeli, 2000.
41c.Sluzki, CE: “Drug-Company Influence on Medical Education in the USA” (Editorial) American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 70(2):148-9, 2001
42c.Sluzki, CE: “ Clinical research and the Third World” (Editorial). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 71(3):276-7, 2001
43c.Sluzki, CE: “Bridging two continents: An AFTA-EFTA plenary session.” AFTA Newsletter, 2001
44c.Sluzki, CE: “Seeding violence in the mind of children” (Editorial). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry ,72 (1): 2002 (translated into Spanish in Perspectivas Sistemicas, 14(1) 2002)
45c.Sluzki, CE: “Perhaps just a dream” (Editorial). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 72(4):467-8, 2002
46c.Sluzki, CE: “Censorship Looming” (Editorial). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 73(2) , 2003
47c:Sluzki, CE: “What is in a name” (Editorial) American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(3), 2003
48c.Sluzki, CE: “Paris 1968 Revisited” (Editorial) American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(1), 2004
49c.Sluzki, CE: “The World Health Organization, the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, and Research in Third World Countries” (Editorial) American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(2), 2004
50c.Sluzki CE (2004): “Will Clytemnestra kill Cassandra? Listen to the next chapter: An (invited) commentary on the journal editor’s farewell Editorial” Family Process Open Forum, March.
51c.Sluzki, C.E. (2004): “Perhaps not Unexpected, Perhaps not Death: A Eulogy for Gianfranco Cecchin (1932-2004).” Family Process, 43(2):143-5.
52c.Sluzki, CE (2004): “Some thoughts on Cecchin and family therapy.” AFTNC Newsletter, March; translated into Spanish in Sistemas Familiares, 20(1-2): 137-38, 2004
53c.Sluzki, CE (2004): “Passing the torch” (Editorial). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(4):411-12.
54c.Sluzki, C (2004): “Introduction” to: “Protecting the Health and Welfare of Staff, Victims and Witness: Report of a Seminar at the International Criminal Court”. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(4): 571.
55c.Sluzki, CE, Boscolo L, Cecchin, G, Bassoli F, Mariotti M, Marzocchi, G (2004): Psychotherapy Training: A round table. (in Italian) Maieutica.21-22:9-20
56c.Sluzki, CE (2004): “On Rituals.” Family Process e-Forum posted September, 2004
57c.Sluzki, CE: “Research as politics.” Dimensions, 7:11, 2004/2005
58c.Sluzki, C (2005): Prologue to Paulina Boss, Loss, Trauma, and Resilience: Therapeutic Work with Ambiguous Loss. New York, W. W. Norton
59c:Sluzki, CE (2006): Prologue to A.Roizblatt, Ed.: Terapia Familiar y de Pareja. Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mediterraneo (in Spanish)
60c:Barenblit V & Sluzki CE (2006): Pionero de una nueva psiquiatria. Le Monde Diplomatique (in Spanish) VIII (89): 36-37
61c.Sluzki, CE (2006): Mauricio Goldenberg, M.D. (1916-2006): A major force in Latin American Psychiatry. World Psychiatric Association E-Bulletin, September 2006. And, in Spanish, in Psicoanalisis, 27(3):471-75, 2006
62c.Sluzki CE (2007): “Case Commentary.” Psychotherapy Networker, 31(2):85.
63c.Sluzki CE (2007): “A tribute to Jay Haley 1923-2007”. Journal of Family Therapy (UK), 29(2):97-99
64c.Sluzki CE: Entervista (in Portuguese). Pensando Familia (Brasil), 11(1):41-46, 2007
65c.Sluzki, C. (2007): Prologue (in Spanish) to Perrone, R: Violencia y Abuso Sexual en la Familia (Fifth Edition). Buenos Aires, Paidos.
66c.Sluzki CE: “On victims and perpetrators” Pagina 12, Psicologia, April 12, 2008 (in Spanish)
67c.Sluzki, CE (2009): Prologue. In Wendel A. Ray, Ed.: Connectedness and Complexity: Selected Papers of Don D. Jackson, Volume 2: Conjoint Family Therapy and Beyond. Phoenix, Zeig, Tucker & Theisen.
68c.Sluzki, C. (2011): Epistemologies of discussants and of observed therapists. European Family Therapy Association Newsletter, #6, February
69c.Sluzki C (2011): Family-based Psychiatric inpatient services: Avant garde practices in search of evidence-based validation. European Family Therapy Association Newsletter, #6, February
70c.Sluzki, C (2012): Prologue to Ramírez Arellano, A. (2012): Coaching para adictos: Integración y Exclusión Social. Madrid, Editorial Fundacion Atenea (in press) (in Spanish)
71c.Sluzki, CE (2012): Prologue to Perrone, R. (2012): El Sindrome del Angel: Consideraciones acerca de la Violencia. Buenos Aires, Paidos (in Spanish)
73c.Sluzki, CE (2014) Prologue to Moreno Fernandez, A., Ed: Manual de Terapia Sistemica. Madrid, Desclee (in press) (in Spanish)





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