Selected Publications and Presentations Related to the Work of MMID-RG

 

Publications  

Books

Cohen, P., Sossin, K. M., & Ruth, R. (Eds.) (2014). Healing after loss of a parent in childhood and adolescence: Therapeutic interventions and theoretical considerations. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 

    To Purchase: The publisher's website (Rowman & Littlefield):  http://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442231757

Beebe, B., Cohen, P., Sossin, K. M., & Markese, S. (Eds.) (2012), Mothers, infants and young children of September

            11, 2011.  New York: Routledge (Taylor and Francis). 264 pp.

         To Purchase: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415507790/

 

http://www.amazon.com/Mothers-Infants-Young-Children-September-ebook/dp/B00FDR1432/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1390339601&sr=1-5

 

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/mothers-infants-and-young-children-of-september-11-2001-beatrice-beebe/1110779814?ean=9780415507790

 

Kestenberg Amighi, J., Loman, S., Lewis, P. & Sossin, K. M. (1999) (Eds.) The meaning of movement:

            Developmental and clinical perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Amsterdam: Gordon & Breach.  

            New York: Brunner-Routledge}. 369 pp. 

To Purchase:   http://www.amazon.com/Meaning-Movement-Amighi/dp/905700528X/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1390339765&sr=8-1-fkmr1&keywords=sossin+amighi

 

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-meaning-of-movement-amighi/1112736277?ean=9789057005282

 

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Kestenberg, J.S. & Sossin, K. M. (1979).  The Role of Movement Patterns in Development, Vol. 2. New York: Dance Notation

 

                Bureau Press. [Now published/and distributed by Princeton Press].   

 

Selected Papers and Chapters:

Sossin, K. M. (2015).  Early childhood risk factors for autism and psychosis. In J. McCarthy (Ed.), Psychosis in childhood

                and adolescence (pp. 60-90). New York: Routledge. ISBN-13: 978-0415821063 

Sossin, K. M.(2015). A movement-informed mentalization lens applied to psychodynamic psychotherapy of children and adolescents with high                                                functioning autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 14, 286-302.

Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2016). Applying the Kestenberg Movement Profile in dance/movement therapy: An introduction. Chapter 14 in S. Chaiklin & S.                    Wengrower (Eds.), The art and science of dance/movement therapy, Second edition (pp. 256-284/364pp). New York: Routledge. [ISBN: 978-1-13-891033-1]

 

Sandler, G. & Sossin, K. M. (in press). Age, circumstance, and outcome in child survivors of the Holocaust. In E.

                Fogelman, S. Kangisser Cohen, and D. Ofer (Eds). Understanding the Judith Kestenberg Child Survivor Testimony

                Collection: Historical, linguistic, and psychological approaches. Brooklyn, NY: Berghahn Books.

 

 Sossin, K. M., Bromberg, Y. & Haddad, D. (2014). Parent Loss During Childhood and Adolescence: A Prismatic Look

            at the Literature In P. Cohen, K. M. Sossin, & R. Ruth (Eds.), Healing after parent loss in childhood and adolescence:                                        Therapeutic interventions and theoretical considerations. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Sossin, K. M., & Cohen, P. & Beebe, B. (2014). Videotaped Play Sessions and Multiple-Therapist Video-Informed

            Consultations within a Prevention-Project Following Death of a Father in the World Trade Center Collapse.To be published in:

            P. Cohen, K. M. Sossin, & R. Ruth (Eds.), Healing after parent loss in childhood and adolescence: Therapeutic                                                 interventions               and theoretical considerations. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Koch, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2013). Kestenberg movement analysis. In Cornelia Müller, Alan Cienki, Ellen Fricke, Silva Ladewig, David

            McNeill, & Sedinha Teßendorf (Eds.). Body-Language-Communication: An international handbook on multimodality in human interaction (pp.

            958-973)Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

 

Sossin, K. M. (2011). Mothers and children in the early years of the support groups: Introduction to the support groups. Journal of Infant,

            Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 10 (2-3), 205-206.

           

Sossin, K. M. (2011).Support group II: An evolving approach: Reflections on group process in the early years. Journal of Infant, Child &

            Adolescent Psychotherapy.10(2-3), 217–223.

 

Sossin, K. M. & Cohen, P. (2011) Children’s play in the wake of loss and trauma. Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 10(2-3),

            255-272.

 

Beebe, B., Cohen, P., Bergman, A., Moskowitz, S., Sossin, K. M., Reiswig, R., Tortora, S., & Demetri Friedman, D. (2011). The therapist group:

            A transformational process. Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy. 10(2-3), 317-325.

 

Bergman, A., Sossin, K. M., Tortora, S., Cohen, P. & Beebe, B. (2011). The team approach to the treatment of a traumatized mother and

            child: Ryan and Lydia. Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy. 10(2-3), 302-316.

 

Seskin, L., Feliciano, E., Tippy, G., Yedloutschnig, R., Sossin, K. M. & Yasik, A. (2010). Attachment and autism: Parental attachment                                      representations and relational behaviors in ther parent-child dyad. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 38(7):949-960.

 

Zaccario, M., Sossin, K. M., & DeGroat, J. (2009). Assessment of infants and toddlers. In B. Mowder, F. Rubinson & A. Yasik (Eds.),

            Evidence-based practice in infant and early childhood psychology (pp. 93-128). Hoboken, New Jersery: Wiley.

 

Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2009). Current clinical applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile.  S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower

            (Eds.). Life is dance: The art and science of DMT (pp. 237-264). New York: Routledge.

 

Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2008). Current clinical applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. (Translated by Aleisa Gines).

           S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower (Eds.). La Vida es Danza: El arte y la Ciencia de la Danza Movimiento Terapia.Barcelona, Spain: Editorial

           Gedisa.

 

Sossin, K. M. & Charone-Sossin, J. (2007). Embedding co-regulation within therapeutic process: Lessons from development. Journal of                                   Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6, 259-279.

 

Charone-Sossin, J. & Sossin, K. M. (2007). Twists in the road on the developmental path towards co-regulation: Navigating one’s

             way when many reliable markers are absent. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6, 245-258.

 

Sossin, K. M. (2007). History and future of the Kestenberg Movement Profile (pp. 103-118). In S. C. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement analysis: Bewegungsanalyse. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

 

Sossin, K. M. (2007). Nonmentalizing states in early-childhood survivors of the Holocaust: Developmental considerations regarding treatment of child survivors of genocidal atrocities. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 67(1), 68-81.           

 

Sossin, K. M. & Birklein, S. (2006). Nonverbal transmission of stress between parent and young                                                                                             child: Considerations and psychotherapeutic implications of a study of affective movement patterns.  Journal of Infant, Child, &                                  Adolescent Psychotherapy, 5, 46-69.  

 

Birklein, S.& Sossin, K. M. (2006).  Nonverbal indices of stress in parent-child dyads: Implications for individual and interpersonal affect

           regulation and intergenerational transmission. In S. Koch & I. Bräuninger (Eds.).  Advances in Dance/Movement Therapy:Theoretical

           perspectives and empirical findings (pp.128-141). Berlin: Logos Verlag. 

 

Gallagher, S., Mowder, B., Sossin, K.M. & Rubinson, F. (2006). Continuing education interests of licensed New York State psychologists serving the zero to five-year-old population. Journal of Early Childhood and Infant Psychology, 2, 201-220.    

 

Sossin, K.M. (2006).Part II: Themes and techniques in the mother-child groups. In an encompassing digest-article,

           by Beebe, B., Jaffe, J., Cohen, P., Bergman, A., Sossin, K.M., Moskowitz, S. et al., Support groups and video

           bonding consultations for mothers pregnant and widowed on 9-11. Association of Early Childhood and Infant Psychologists News, 4, 2-5.

 

Mowder, B. A., Guttman, M., Rubinson, F. D. & Sossin, K. M. (2006). Trauma and parenting: Effects of 9-11 on

           parents and their children. Journal of Child and Family Studies and Journal.of Child and Family Studies, 15, 733-743.

 

Birklein, S. B. , Sossin, K. M., & Loman, S. (2006). The effect of stress on the caregiver-child relationship:

            Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) research and intervetnions.  ADTA 2006 Proceedings.

 

Sossin, K. M. & Loman, S. (2004). The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a tool for research in dance/movement

            therapy. ADTA 2004 Annual Proceedings, 101-107.

 

Sossin, K. M. (2002) Interactive movement patterns as ports of entry in infant-parent psychotherapy. Journal of

           Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 2, 97-131. 

 

Sossin, K. M. (2001) Discussion of a paper by Judith S. Kestenberg with Arnhilte Buelte:  Prevention, infant therapy

            and the treatment of adults: 1. Toward understanding mutuality.  APA Division 39 Section V: Continuing

            Education Program: Turning Point Papers in Psychotherapy. http://www/sectionfive.org/kescomment.htm                                                                          

 

Professional Presentations and Conference-Posters (Unpublished)

Y ** 7/12-17/15  Sossin, K. M. (accepted) Bridging gaps between legal process and clinical psychology evidence. Panel on Reflections on inclusive dispute resolution. International Academy of Law and Mental Health. Vienna, Austria. http://www.ialmh.org/template.cgi

Y 12/6/14 Sossin, K. M. (invited) Mentalization in psychotherapy with adolescents demonstrating Autism Spectrum Disorder. Panel Presentation II – Working and Advocating for the Learning Disabled Child : Treatment and Diagnostic Issues. Wondering and imagining: Mentalization in clinical practice with children and adolescents. JICAP/New School U/New York, NY   http://sectionii.wildapricot.org/Resources/Documents/Mentaliz.Brochure-Final.pdf

 

Y 11/18/14 Cohen, P. & Sossin, K. M. (invited) “A trembling nest: Risk, primary prevention, and pathways of intervention in the wake of disaster.” All day presentation to the Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health. Branford, CT.  http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e9t98yb373693fc9&llr=6d4nveeab

Y 6/17/14 Sharkey, J. M., Sossin, K. M., & Mowder, B. (2014). Emotional availability, parenting behavior perceptions, child temperament and parent personality characteristics in mothers and their 8 to 16 month olds. Presentation at the 14th WAIMH World Congress (World Association for Infant Mental Health): Babies: Their Contributions—Our Responsibilities. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 14-18, 2014.

Y 6/16/14 Sossin, K. M., Bryl, K., Sharkey, J. M. , & Salbod, S. (2014). Movement analysis of parent-infant interaction: Windows into meaning-making.  Presentation at the 14th WAIMH World Congress (World Association for Infant Mental Health): Babies: Their Contributions—Our Responsibilities. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 14-18, 2014

Y 5/4/14 Sossin, K. M. (2014). Psychoanalytic theory and empirical findings regarding child bereavement. Presentation at “Conversations Pertaining to Therapeutic Implications of Parent Loss in Childhood and Adolescence: Marking the Publication of Healing after Parent Loss in Childhood and Adolescence” (Cohen, Sossin, & Ruth, Eds, 2014). New York: Pace University. (Panel included: R. Ruth, P. Cohen, K. M. Sossin, E. Cohen, E. Fogelman, S. Aronson, D. Gensler, B. Pivnick, & L. Towns-Miranda).

Y 4/26/14 Parent-Infant/Toddler Consultations in the Wake of Sudden Parent-Loss Psychoanalytically Informed Close Observation and Video-Feedback. Presentation in the Section V Panel: Flexibility and Frame: Conflicts in the Application of Psychoanalytic Practices and Techniques in Extreme Circumstances, APA-Div39 2014 Annual Meeting (spring)

 

Y 4/25/14 Meet the Authors Panel: Healing after loss of a parent in childhood and adolescence: Therapeutic interventions and theoretical considerations, APA-Div39 2014 Annual Meeting (spring)

Y  8/3/13   Sossin, K. M. & Charone-Sossin, J. “Enhancing Work With Parents of Children in Therapy.” Skill-Building Session at American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI

Y 6/25/13 Sossin, K. M. “ADHD: An Infant Mental Health Perspective.” Discussion of a paper presented by N. Donson “"Is There Such a Thing as ADHD?   A Clinical, Psychoanalytic Perspective." New Jersey Psychoanalytic Society, Hackensack University Medical Center, NJ.

Y Sch. 6/15/13   Reale, A., Sossin, K. M., Beebe, B. Endres, L., Ward, A. & Liberman, A. “Maternal Dependency and Ambivalent Facial Movement Patterns in Mother-Infant.”  Psychoanalysis Conference 2013.  The Burroughs, London: Middlesex University

Y 4/18/13  Sossin, K. M. “Terpsichore Visits the Infant-Parent Interchange: Sequential Movement Patterns and Embodied Intentionality.” Presentation  at YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health, East Orange, NJ

Y1/24/13  Sossin, K. M. “Parenting Children on the Autism Spectrum: The Overall Impact on the Family.” Presented at the NGO Committee on the Family (U.N.): Conference: “Practical Solutions ot Challenging Family Situations.”  NY

Y 11/10/12  Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. “Primary Prevention in Groups Utilizing the KMP.” Presented at the Expressive Therapies Summit, NYC, NY

Y 9/26/12 Sossin, K. M. “Parent-Infant Interaction: Affect Sharing, Affect Transmission, Nonverbal Behavior and the Incorporation of Video-Feedback into Parent-Infant Psychotherapy.” Presented at Association for Early Childhood and Infant Psychology “Beyond Bonding,” NYC, NY.

Y 4/18/12 Reale, A., Sossin, K. M., Beebe, B., Ward, A., &. Endres, L. "Maternal facial growing and shrinking patterns relate to maternal self-criticism and dependency in a mother-infant microanalysis", presentation at the World Association for Infant Mental Health, Capetown, South Africa.

Y 11/11/11 Discussant of “Looking for Me” and “To Move is to Be Alive”: Liberating Creativity through Analysis and the Arts (at The New School) Co-sponsored by the Creative Arts Therapy Program and Expressive Media Inc.  Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, New York, NY

Y 9/11/11 Symposium: “Managing Collapse: Facilitating the Emergence of Meanings After 9/11.” Sponsored by: The Manhattan Psychological Association, City University’s Dispute Resolutions Center at John Jay College, The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, NYSPA’s Division of Psychoanalysis, and Psych Matters: a 9/11 Tenth Anniversary Symposium on 9/11/11 for the Psychological & Mental Health Communities and the General Public. Presenters: Tom Hennes, Principal at Thinc Design, has led the exhibition design team for the National 9/11 Memorial Museum; Billie Pivnick, PhD, Consulting Psychologist to Thinc Design on the Memorial Museum, Columbia University Teachers’ College, the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, and the William A. White Institute Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Program; K. Mark Sossin, PhD, Professor, Pace University, Department of Psychology; and the New York Freudian Society.

Y 9/11/11 NYU Postdoctoral Program Clinic Symposium: The Project for Mothers, Infants, and Young Children of September 11, 2001.  Beebe, B., Cohen, P., Sossin, K. M., Reiswig, R., Bergman, A., Moskowitz, S., Demitri Friedman, D., Tortora, S.

Y 9/23-24/11  Co-regulated sequential patterns of shape-flow in mother infant interaction: Affect sharing and affect transmission. European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop: Embodied Mentalizing: The Emergence of The Emotional Embodied Mind. The Anna Freud Centre, London, UK

Y 8/6/11 Stern, A., Niu, W., & Sossin, K. M. Sibling Relationship Quality, Parent-child Relationship Quality, and their Effects on Adult Romantic Relationships. Poster Presentation: Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Y 8/6/11 Repercussions of Loss for Mothers and Children: Looking Through the Lens of the World Trade Center Project [The Project for Mothers, Infants, and Young Children of September 11, 2001] Transforming Communal Trauma into a Community of Memory: 9/11's Legacy. APA Panel, Division 56 & APA-President Sponsored Panel Memorialization and the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11/2001. With S. Brennan, B. Pivnick & T. Hennes  Dr. Jeffrey Jay will serve as Discussant, and Dr. Chris Courtois, will serve as moderator. Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Y 4/10/11 Rustam, K., Ramani, N. & Sossin, K. M. The 39th Annual Hunter College Psychology Convention & The 20th Annual N.E.U.R.O.N. Conference. NorthEast Undergraduate Research Organization for Neuroscience

Y 4/2/11 Yedloutschnig, R., Sossin, K. M., & Salbod, S. Autism Spectrum Disorders: Parental Attachment Representations and Emotional Availability in the Parent-Child Relationship. Montreal, Quebec: Society for Research in Child Development
Y 1/14/11 Shaw, J. S., Sossin, K. M. & Salbod, S. Affect regulation from a movement perspective: Shape-flow in embodied parent-child interaction.  Presentation at the 2011 National Meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Meetings, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, NY

Y 11/7/10 Rustam, K., Ramani, N., & Sossin, K. M. Parental stress and differences between parent-child hedonic tone. Presentation at the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research, NYC.

Y 7/24/10 Sossin, K. M. Sequential Analyses of Movement Patterns, Self- & Interactive-Contingencies, and Intersubjectivity through the KMP Lens.  Moving from Within, 2nd World Congress, EZETTHERA European Center for Dance Therapy, Freising, Germany

Y7/2/10  Shaw, J., Sossin, K. M., & Salbod, S. Shape-Flow in Embodied Parent-Child Affect Regulation: Heightened Emotional Expression in Dyadic Interaction. World Association for Infant Mental Health, 12th World Congress: Infancy in Times of Transition. Leipzig, Germany, 7/10

Y5/10   Sossin, K. M. Young Children Coping With the Loss of Their Fathers on 9/11: Implicit and Explicit Processes in Dyadic Play. Presented at the 14th Annual Spring Conference, New York Zero To Three: "Trauma and Resilience in Young Children and Their Families", New York, May, 2010 (Beebe, Sossin, Tortora, Cohen, Reiswig, Moskowitz, Bergman, Demitri).

Y4/22/10 Sossin, K. M. & Cohen, P. Adapting a Psychoanalytic Frame in the Shadow of Loss: New Methods and Findings from a Project Helping the Grieving Mothers and Children of 9/11. American Psychological Assoc, Div 39, Psychoanalysis, Chicago, IL

Y5/10 Linking Observations of Infant-Parent Dyads to Psychotherapeutic Practice: Considerations of Nonverbal Processes, Body, Affect, Attachment, Intersubjectivity and Parent-Infant Psychotherapy, Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, Stamford, CT.

Y10/10/09 Sossin, K. M. & Loman, S.  “Movement Patterns as Viewed through the KMP Among Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.” ADTA National Conference: Portland, Oregon 

Y8/6/09 Weiss, K. & Sossin, K. M. “Parental Stress and Relational Quality in the Parent-Child Dyad.” American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

Y4/4/09   New England Chapter ADTA Conference hosted at Antioch University New England: “Dance/Movement Therapy: KMP Rhythms in Life”: 1)Participant, “Panel:  The KMP: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow;” 2) K. Mark Sossin & Larry Welkowitz—“Calling on Rhythms and Movement in Clinical Intervention on the Autism Spectrum;” 3) Discussant, “The Value of the KMP in  psychoanalytic psychotherapy.”

Y11/15/08  Sossin, K. M. & LaBarre, F. “The KMP and Laban Influences upon Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.” Beyond Language International Symposium, Laban/Bartenieff Institute for Movement Studies and the 2008 Global Laban Celebration. Pennsylvania Hotel, New York

Y11/15/08  Sossin, K. M., Loman, S., & LaBarre, F. (Presented and Chaired Panel/Roundtable) “The KMP in Childhood Intervention and Clinical Practice.” Beyond Language International Symposium, Laban/Bartenieff Institute for Movement Studies and the 2008 Global Laban Celebration. Pennsylvania Hotel, New York

Y11/8/08   Sossin, K. M. “Dyadic Movement Processes in Parent-Child Interaction: Considerations of Potential Nonverbal Correlates of Mentalization Utilizing the KMP. Embodied Intentionality: Measuring Body-Based

Mentalization  --   Multidisciplinary Seminar  --  The Anna Freud Centre, London, UK 

Y8/4/08  Sossin, K. M. & Charone-Sossin, J. “A psychodynamic psychotherapeutic approach to the treatment of young children with autism.” 11th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health: Celebrating the Baby. Date : Friday 1st - Tuesday 5th August, 2008; Venue : Congress Center, Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan 
Y4/12/08   Sossin, K. M. “Young Children Coping with the Loss of their Fathers on 9/11: Implicit and Explicit Processes in Dyadic Play.” Panel: “Children Playing With a Background of Loss: Development and Clinical Inferences Gleaned from the World Trade Center Project,” with panel members, Phyllis Cohen and Beatrice Beebe. APA/Division (39) of Psychoanalysis: 28th Annual Spring Meeting: Knowing, not-Knowing & sort- of-Knowing: Psychoanalysis and the Experience of Uncertainty, NYC, NY. 

Y11/6 & 11/13/07 Sossin, K. M. “Lectures on 1) Infant Assessment Procedures and 2) Nonverbal Appraisal in the Service of Infant Mental Health Work: Diagnostic and Treatment Implications of Movement Patterns.” Presentation to Anni Bergman Program in Parent-Infant Psychotherapy of the New York Freudian Society and the Institute for Psychoanalytic Research and Training.

Y10/8/07  Sossin, K. M. “The NICU Experience: Mental Health Implications for Parents, Infants, and Families.”, Presentation to Anni Bergman Program in Parent-Infant Psychotherapy of the New York Freudian Society and the Institute for Psychoanalytic Research and Training; held at Dept. of Neonatology, New York University Medical Center.

Y7/22-7/24/07  Sossin, K. M. “History and Future of the Kestenberg Movement Profile.” Invited keynote speaker at the Conference Moving Within, sponsored by Zentrum fuer Tanz & Therapie in cooperation with the University of Heidelberg. Frieburg/Munich, Germany. See website: www.tanztherapie-zentrum.de

Y4/18-4/22/07  I organized an invited symposium titled “Longitudinal Impressions from the World Trade Center Project: Following Families Who Lost” in addition to presenting one of the constituent papers on “Play Processes and Themes as Evidenced in Young Children During their First Five Years.” Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, held at the Royal York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Y3/9/07 Sossin, K. M. “Explanatory Considerations and Treatment/Education Implications Regarding Preschool Children with Autism: Discussion of Dr. Dianne Zager’s presentation on Autism: Identification and Intervention in Early Childhood.” Conference sponsored by the Association of Early Childhood and Infant Psychologists, NYC

Y1/20/07 Sossin, K. M. “Parent-Child Movement Patterns and Interactions Styles: Considerations of Dyadic
Stress-Sharing.” Presentation at Vulnerable Child Workshop “Child Analytic Perspectives on Helping Chidren Whose Mothers are in Treatment for Trauma and Depression,” at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association (NYC).  Chairs: Theodore Cohen, M.D., & M. Hossein Etezady, M.D.  Waldorf Astoria, New York. (Invited)

Y10//19/06 Sossin, K. M., Loman, S., & Birklein, S. Panel: “The effect of stress on the caregiver-child relationship:  KMP research and interventions.” Annual Meetings of the American Dance/Movement Therapy Association.  Long Beach, CA. Including: Sossin, K.M. “Channels of Stress-Communication: Correspondences between the ERA and KMP Patterns in Relation to Parental Stress.”  

Y10/7/06 Cohen, P. & Sossin, K. M.  Mother-infant groups, video-feedback consultation and interventions for those who

suffered traumatic loss: Considering loss ad 9/11. Invited Presentation at Meetings jointly sponsored by the The Kansas City Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (A Local Chapter of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association) & The Greater Kansas City-Topeka Psychoanalytic Center. Kansas City, MO.

Y8/10/06 Sossin, K. M. Channels of stress communication in parent-child movement patterns and interaction styles: Correspondences between coding systems, and considerations of dyadic stress-sharing. Presentation within panel (I served as Panel Chair): Stress and Parent-Child Interaction: Highlighting Intricate Patterns of Communication, Nonverbal Processes, and Clinical Implications.  (Panel: K. M. Sossin, K. Adams, & S. Birklein).   American Psychological Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA. 

Y7/9/06  Sossin, K. M.. Play and interactive styles in mother-child dyads: Longitudinal follow-up following 9-11 loss.  Also, Themes and Techniques in Mother-infant Groups. (I served as Chair of Symposium: “Support Groups and Mother-Infant bonding Consultations for Mothers Pregnant and Widowed on 9-11-01” -  including R. Reiswig, S. Tortora, D. Demetri Friedman, & S. Moskowitz). World Association for Infant Mental Health, Paris, France. 

Y5/19/06 Sossin, K. M. (May 19, 2006). Trauma transmission: Mother-child dyads  in the wake of 9-11. To be presented as part of a larger panel (with collaborators Phyllis Cohen, Anni Bergman, Rita Reiswig, Suzi Tortora, & Sally Moskowitz) on the NYSPI 9-11 research project. Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, NYC.

Y2/11/06 Birklein, S., & Sossin, K. M. (Germ./Eng.) Movement patterns indicative of stress in parent-child dyads: A KMP perspective. 2nd International Research Colloquium in Dance/Movement Therapy. Pforzheim, Germany. 

Y2/3/06 Sossin, K. M. Discussion of Miriam Steele’s Presentation: “Clinical Implications of Attachment Theory and Research: Adoption & Foster Care Considerations.”  Conference spons. by the Association of Early Childhood and Infant Psychologists, NYC.

Y10/28/05 Birklein, S., & Sossin, K. M. Non-verbal indices of high stress in parent-child interaction: A KMP Study.  Poster presentation at the 40th Annual Meetings of the American Dance Therapy Association, Nashville, Tennessee.

Y10/24/05 Sossin, K. M.  Play in the Wake of Traumatic Loss. Workshop: Suzi Tortora & K. Mark Sossin: Support Groups and Mother-Infant Video Bonding Consultation for Mothers Pregnant and Widowed on 9-11. MI-AIMH 28th Biennial Conf., Emotions in Motion: Infants, Young Children and Parents Dancing with Feeling(s), Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health. Ann Arbor, MI. 

Y7/05 Sossin, K. M. Transmission of disillusionment. Mother-child dyads  in the wake of 9-11. Presented as part of a larger panel (with collaborators Anni Bergman, Rita Reiswig, Suzi Tortora, & Sally Moskowitz) on the NYSPI 9-11 research project. International Psychoanalytic Congress on Trauma. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.