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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.

BIRTHDATE: 9-25-46

ADDRESS: 445 Bellevue Avenue Suite 302 Oakland, California 94610

TELEPHONE: 510-547-4147

FAX: 510-547-7692 E-MAIL: dehrensaft@earthlink.net

PRESENT POSITIONS: Adjunct Associate Professor Child Gender Clinic Responsibilities Department of Pediatrics Assessment, Treatment, and Consultation advising University of California, with gender-nonconforming children and their San Francisco families San Francisco, CA

Director of Mental Health Responsibilities Child and Adolescent Coordinating mental health services and directing Gender Center CAGC consortium of child gender specialists San Francisco Bay Area

Faculty Responsibilities Psychoanalytic Institute Teaching, Research Development Of Northern California Areas: Gender, Childhood and Adolescence, San Francisco, CA Reproductive Technology

Clinical Psychologist Responsibilities Private Practice Psychotherapy with children and adults Oakland, California Psychological evaluations Custody evaluations Mediation Parenting consultations Training and consultation Forensic work: expert witness

STATUS: Ph.D. in Psychology

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (California License # PSY 7342)

EDUCATION: University of Michigan: B.A. in Psychology 1964-1968 Graduated with honors in Honors Psychology Program

University of Michigan: Ph.D. in Psychology 1968-1974 Received Ph.D. in May 1974 Course work Concentration: Child development; child psychotherapy; socialization; family

Psychology Prelim Exams: Communal child rearing and the social development of the child

Dissertation title: "Sex role socialization in a preschool setting"

EDUCATIONAL AWARDS AND APPOINTMENTS

1968, 1969, 1970: NIMH Traineeship, University of Michigan

1970: Teaching Assistantship, School of Social Work, U. of Michigan

1971: Teaching Assistantship, Psychology Department, U. of Michigan

1971: Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan

1972: University of Michigan Dissertation Grant 2012: Annual Scholarship Award, Section on Gender and Psychoanalysis, Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association

2013: Award for Outstanding Service, Section on Childhood and Adolescence, Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association

2014: Community Service Award, for Commitment to Child and Adolescent Gender Center, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

GRANTS 2015 National Institute of Health (NIH) R01HD082554: The Impact of Early Treatment of Transgender Youth

08/01/2015-06/30/2020

Role: co-Investigator.

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE: 2012 - : Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, UCSF

1980 to present: Clinical Psychologist in private practice

1981 to 2004: Professor, The Wright Institute, Berkeley, California

1986 to 2005: Expert panel, Family Court, Counties of Alameda & San Francisco Responsibilities: Court-appointed child and custody evaluations

1994 to present: Senior clinical faculty A Home Within: project offering pro bona long-term psychotherapy to children in foster care

1999 to present: Faculty, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California

2000 to present: Clinical Supervisor and Consultant, West Coast Children’s Center Responsibility: Supervision of interns, clinical training and consultation

1995 to 1999: Member, Mediation Resources Interdisciplinary team of psychologists and lawyers offering mediation, evaluation, and consultation services pertaining to dispute resolution in family and commercial matters

1995 to 1999: Clinical faculty, Mt. Zion Psychiatric Department, University of California, San Francisco Responsibilities: Clinical supervision of psychology interns

1992 to 1998: Clinical faculty, Ann Martin Children's Center, Piedmont, California Responsibilities: Clinical supervision to psychology interns

1986-1992: Clinical faculty, Department of Psychiatry, Children's Hospital San Francisco Responsibilities: Clinical supervision of psychology interns

1986-1990: Clinical consultant, Children's Hospital Medical Center of Northern California, Oakland

Responsibilities: Clinical training

1985-1986: Consulting Psychologist Health America Rockridge, Oakland, California Responsibilities: Consultation to Pediatrics Department

1982-1988: Independent contractor to Child Development Center, Children's Hospital Medical Center of Northern California Responsibilities: Psychological Evaluations of developmentally disabled children, consultation with staff and parents.

1980-1983: Mental Health Consultant, Alameda Headstart, Alameda, CA Responsibilities: Clinical consultation and training with Headstart staff in areas of child and family mental health; observation and evaluation of children enrolled in Headstart program; psychological consultations with families enrolled in the program 1980-1981: Post Doctoral Fellowship Child Guidance Clinic and Adult Psychiatric Services Children's Hospital San Francisco Responsibilities: Psychological testing, evaluation, and treatment Of adults, children, and families; consultation with schools and related hospital services 1979-1981: Faculty, University of San Francisco Faculty member of the Family Reunification Project, sponsored by the University of San Francisco in conjunction with the San Francisco Department of Social Services Responsibilities: Teaching courses in the area of child psychopathology to Department of Social Service social workers enrolled in in-service Masters of Arts in Public Services program.

1979-1980: Post-Doctoral Internship Family Guidance Services, Children's Hospital Medical Center Responsibilities: Evaluation of children and families in a multi- disciplinary mental health clinic serving a broad range of families 1979-1980: Post-Doctoral Internship Child Development Center, Children's Hospital Medical Center Responsibilities: Psychological screening and evaluation of young children referred for developmental disabilities and related problems; treatment planning; consultation to schools, day care programs, and community agencies 1977-79: Faculty, Field Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley

Responsibilities: Teaching field based courses in the areas of child rearing, parenting, and the family; women, gender, and social change. Administrative responsibilities involving staff development and program evaluation

1974-1978: Faculty, Interdisciplinary Program on Day Care and Child Development, University of California, Berkeley Graduate Program funded by the Carnegie and Grant Foundations and sponsored jointly by the Department of Education, School of Social Welfare, and School of Public Health offering advanced training to a selected group of pediatricians, educators, and social workers. Responsibilities: Evaluate effectiveness of graduate training program in day care and child development; program development; teaching 1974-1978: Faculty, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley Responsibilities: Teaching in areas of research theory and methods, children and the family; women and mental health; dissertation supervision

1972-1973: Faculty, Sociology Department, Sir George Williams University, Montreal, Quebec Responsibilities: Teaching courses on the sociology of the family

1972: Director, Park Avenue Day Care Center, Montreal, Quebec Government-sponsored preschool program for Greek immigrant families to teach them French and English language skills and prepare them for entrance into Montreal school system. Responsibilities: Program administration; liaison with Quebec and Canadian government; mental health consultation to staff and program families 1971: Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Responsibilities: Running the developmental psychology lab for undergraduate and graduate level students; teaching in develop- mental psychology class 1970: Teaching Assistant, School of Social Work, University of Michigan Responsibilities: Assistant teaching in course on complex organizations

1970: Clinician and research assistant Project on marital communication and family therapy in a natural setting, School of Social Welfare, University of Michigan Responsibilities: Family therapy in office and home setting; compilation and analysis of research data on therapeutic outcome

1969: Group therapist, Huron Valley Child Guidance Clinic, Ypsilanti, Michigan Nonresidential summer therapy program for emotionally disturbed boys ages 5-14. Responsibilities: Co-led group therapy with a group of 9-10 year old boys.

1968-1969: Graduate clinical internship, Office of Economic Opportunity Day Care Center, Ecorse, Michigan Responsibilities: Mental health consultation to staff and families, play therapy with children enrolled in program

1968-1969: Graduate clinical internship, Downriver Child Guidance Clinic, Lincoln Park, Michigan Responsibilities: Therapy with school-age children and families

1968: Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Clinical research on aggression and dependency in college students Responsibilities: Analysis of Thematic Apperception Test protocols 1967: Research Assistant, Institute for Industrial Relations, University of Michigan Project on American ghettoes Responsibilities: Library research, document preparation, analysis of data.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: 2015: Co-Chair, APA Division of Psychoanalysis (39) Spring Meeting, Life in Psychoanalysis in Life, San Francisco, CA

2014: AbbVie Trans Advisory Board Member

2010: President, Professional Advisory Board, A Home Within

2009 to present: Member of Professional Advisory Board, A Home Within

2008 to present: Board Member, Gender Spectrum

2008 to present: Board Member, Section IX, Psychoanalysis and Social Responsibility, Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association

2007 to present: Member of Mental Health mental health professional group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

2007-present: Chair, Reproductive Technology Research Group, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California

2004-2009 Vice President, Board of Directors, A Home Within

2004 to present: Member of Board of Directors, a Home Within

2002-2008 Board Member, Section III (Gender and Psychoanalysis), Division 39 (Psychoanalysis), American Psychological Association

2001-2004 Secretary, Board of Directors, A Home Within

2000 to 2003: Board Member, Division 39 (Division of Psychoanalysis) Board of Directors, American Psychological Association

1999 to present: Editorial Board Member, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, a journal on psychoanalysis, cultural studies, treatment, and research

1998 to present: Board Member and Membership Chair, Section II (Childhood and Adolescence) of Division 39 (Division of Psychoanalysis), American Psychological Association

SELECTED LECTURES AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

2015: Invited Plenary Speaker, Different Approaches to Treating gendernonconforming children, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario

2015: Speaker, Gender as Cure, UCSF Transgender Health Summit, Oakland, CA

2015: Grand Rounds: What’s your gender? Alta Bates Summit Hospital, Berkeley, CA

2014: Grand Rounds: Treating Gender-Nonconforming Children, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA

2014: Invited Speaker, Controversies in the Treatment of Transgender Children and Adolescents. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, New York

2013: Invited Speaker, Gender-nonconforming children. Pediatric Endocrine Society Symposium, Washington, D.C.

2013: Invited Speaker, Found in Translation: Listening and Learning from Gender-nonconforming Children. William Alanson White Institute, New York, New York

2012: Keynote Address: From Gender Identity Disorder to Gender Creativity. Gender Creative ids Workshop, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec

2010: Invited Speaker, Division of Psychoanalysis, APA Annual Meeting, Chicago: A Terrible Thing Happened on the Way to Becoming a Girl

2010 Invited Speaker, International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: Transcending Humpty Dumpty: The Case of an Egg Donor Mother, San Francisco, CA

2010: Invited Speaker, American Psychoanalytic Association Group on Reproductive Technology, The American Psychoanalytic Society’s Annual Meeting, New York: Outcomes for the Children

2010: Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Scientific Meeting: Wherefore baby? Searching Beyond Infertility

2010: Invited Speaker, Northern California Psychiatry Society Annual Meeting, Monterey, California: Priuses, Smoothies, and Tranys: Transgender Care in the Beginning: The Early Childhood Years.

2009: Invited Speaker, American Psychiatric Association’s Annual Meeting, San Francisco: Gender Made, Gender Nurtured: The Child Shapes the Parent as the Parent Shapes the Child in Families with A Gender Variant Child, Panel: Symposium: Lesbian, Gay, Transgender Youth: Family Approaches.

2009: Division of Psychoanalysis APA Annual Meeting, San Antonio:

Panel Presentation: Boys Will Be Girls, Girls Will Be Boys: Familial Effects on Children’s Gender Freedom, Panel: The Transmission of Sexism and Homophobia within the Family

2009: Division of Psychoanalysis APA Spring Meeting, San Antonio: Paper Presentation: I’m a Prius: A Child Case of a Gender/Ethnic Hybrid, Panel: The Transmission of Sexism and Homophobia within the Family, Sexualities and Gender Identities Committee Invited Panel

2008: Invited Speaker, Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute: The Stork Didn’t Bring You, You Came From a Dish.

2008: Invited Speaker, Harvard Medical School: Treating Contemporary Families: Mental Health Aspects of Alternative Reproduction, Adoption, and Parenting, Boston: The Psychodynamics of the Contemporary Family: Mothers, Fathers, Donors, Surrogates, and Children

2008: American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston: Paper presentation: One Pill Makes You Boy, One Pill Makes You Girl, Panel: Doctor, What About Pills? Psychoanalytic Thought and Medication

2007: Invited Speaker, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Society, The Stork Didn’t Bring You, You Came From a Dish

2007: Keynote Speaker, ANZICA The Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors Association, Hobart, Tasmania: When Things Go Pear-Shaped?

2007: Invited Speaker, The Fertility Conference of Australia Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania: Building Strong Donor Families

2006: Invited Speaker, Mothers and Fathers of Invention, IPTAR Conference, New York: The Stork Didn’t Bring Me, I Came from a Dish: Psychological Experiences of Children Conceived through Assisted Reproductive Technology

2001 Invited Speaker, Division 39 Invited Roundtable, APA Annual Meeting, Growing Up and Growing Old: Continuity and Change in the Wishes and Desires over the Course of Life

2001 Invited Speaker, Division 39 Annual Spring Meeting, Santa Fe: Session on Sex and Gender, Bending and Blending: A Developmental Perspective

2000: Invited Speaker, Division 39 Annual Spring Meeting, Session on Contemporary Child Psychotherapy: Who’s in the Room and What are We Doing?

1997 to present: Public Speaking, TV and Radio Appearances: Topic: Spoiling Childhood

1997: Presenter, with Dr. Anne Bernstein at Annual Conference of the Academy of Family Mediators Topic: When the Parents Aren't the Cleavers and the Children Aren’t “The Beaver": Mediation with Non-Traditional Families

1997: Presenter, Round Table Discussion, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology Topic: Whose Oedipus? Development, Dynamics, and Identity in the 1990s.

1996: Presenter, Grand Rounds, Mt. Zion Psychiatric Service Topic: The New Silent Majority: The Underaggressive Parent

1996: Presenter, Parent Association, Marin Public Schools Topic: Harried Parents and the Haloed Child

1996: Invited presenter, International Conference: The Costs of Children Sponsored by the city of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, Sept. 27-28. Topic: The Perils of Parenthood

1995: Faculty, Perspectives on Motherhood: Myths and Realities, Conference sponsored by the San Francisco Institute for Psycho- Analytic Psychotherapy and Psychology, Mills College, and the San Francisco Salon Workshop Leader: Defining Differences: Parenthood vs. Motherhood

1994 to present: Senior clinician, Children's Psychotherapy Project Project established to offer pro bona long-term psychotherapy to children referred through the Department of Social Services Senior clinicians run consultation groups for psychotherapists who provide the therapy services and are also involved on program development, training, administration, and evaluation.

1994: Presentation: The Perils of Parenting: Psychological Conflicts of Child Rearing in the 1990s Sponsored by The Friends of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute

1994: Workshop: Parenting in the 90s: An Impossible Task Parenting University, Piedmont Adult Education, Piedmont Unified School District

1994: Presentation: The Things Grandma Never Told Us: Parenting in the 90s Sacred Hearts School, San Francisco

1994: Grand Rounds: Sex and Violence in the Nursery: Lessons from the Presidio Children's Hospital Medical Center, Oakland

1994: Presentation: Sexual Abuse in a Preschool Setting Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse Resource Center, Department of Public Health, San Francisco

1993: Panel member, "Sexualized Transferences: Clinical Considerations and Ethical Implications," panel presentation at monthly meeting of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

1993 to present: Editorial review board, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

1993: Workshop: Disassembling and Reassembling the Family: Psychoanalytic perspectives on Evaluation and Treatment. Co-led with Toni Heineman, D. M. H., sponsored by the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

1992-1993: Co-chair, Education Committee, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

1992: Grand Rounds: Sex and Violence in the Nursery Alta Bates Medical Center Department of Psychiatry

1992: Development Committee, Child Care Employee Project

1992: Panel Organizer and Presenter: Parenting in the 1990s: A Need for a New Psychoanalytic Perspective, sponsored by the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

1992: Discussant, The lesbian parenting Couple--Cultural and Clinical Issues, Conference sponsored by The Psychotherapy Institute, Berkeley, California

1991: Panel organizer and chair, Object Relations Theory, Mothers, and children: A Feminist Perspective, American Psychological Association

1991: Paper presentation: Sex and Violence in the Nursery: Lessons from the Presidio, Annual Meeting of the American Orthopsychi- atric Association

1991-1992: Committee Member, Education Committee, Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

1990: Presentation: Death, Loss, Grief, and Trauma Lecture delivered to New Perspectives clinical staff and associates, a school-based mental health delivery agency

1990: Guest, Oprah Winfrey Show Topic: Stressed Out Dads

1989: Community Lecture: Lessons from the Presidio: Institutional Sexual Abuse. Sponsored by Alameda Child Abuse Council

1989: Community Lecture: Effects of Removing Children from their Homes Sponsored by Bay Area Coalition of Child Abuse Councils

1988: Corresponding Faculty, the American Orthopsychiatric Associ- ation Annual Meeting

1988: Workshop: Aggression and Anger in Children Walden School, Berkeley, California

1988: Workshop: Children’s Fears Walden School, Berkeley, California

1987: Numerous radio and television appearances, local and national Topic: Men and Women Sharing the Care of their Children

1985: Presentation: When Women and Men Mother Family Forum Lecture Series, College of Marin

1984-1985: Professional consultation to authors of Redwook and Cosmopol- itan magazines in the area of gender and adult relationships

1983 to 1996: Employer and Supervisor to psychological assistants working under my license in my private practice

1981: Guest Speaker: Mothers and Fathers, Together and Apart University of California Day Care Services, Berkeley

1981: Panel speaker: Motherhood and Feminism Conference on Feminism in the 1980s, sponsored by Stanford University

1978: Consultant to Childhood and Government Project, University of California, Berkeley

1978: Consultant to Child Care Switchboard, San Francisco

1977: Keynote Speaker, Palomar College Topic: Gender Development in Young Children

1977: Keynote Speaker, California Child Development Association Topic: Sex Role Stereotyping in Preschools

1976: Berkeley Child Care Advisory Committee

1974-1977: Designing and conducting staff training workshops on sex role stereotyping in the preschools

1973-1976: The Children's Project A Bay Area women's group investigating the status of women and children in the United States.

1973-1976: Development, coordination, and participation in parent-run preschool program

1974: Colloquium: Sex Role Socialization in a Preschool Setting School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: American Society for Reproductive Medicine

International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

California Psychological Association

Division of Psychoanalysis (Division 39), American Psychological Association

Section II (Childhood and Adolescence) of Division 39

Section III (Women, Gender, and Sexuality) of Division 39

Section IX, (Psychoanalysis and Social Responsibility) of Division 39 Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

Council on Contemporary Families

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

The Gender Creative Child. D. Ehrensaft, New York: The Experiment, 2016.

The Gender Affirmative Model: A New Approach to Supporting Gender Non-Conforming and Transgender Children, Colt Meier, Ph.D. & Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.(eds.), American Psychological Association Publications, in process.

“It Takes a Gender Creative Parent” in A. Lev & A. Gottlieb (eds.), Families in Transiton: Parent Perspective in Raising the Gender Nonconforming or Trans Child (in press).

“Baby Making: It Takes an Egg and Sperm and a Rainbow of Genders” in Katie Gentile (ed.), The Business of Being Made: Producing Liminal Temporalities through ARTS, New York: Routledge, 2015.

http://www.wired.com/2015/07/must-put-end-gender-conversion-therapy-kids (07/06/2015 Wired)

Found in Transition: Our Littlest Transgender People. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 50:4: 571-592, 2014.

Psychological and medical care of gender nonconforming youth. Vance S, Ehrensaft D, Rosenthal S. M. Pediatrics, 2014.

Gender Nonconforming/Gender Expansive and Transgender Children and Teens. Sherer I., Baum J., Ehrensaft D., Rosenthal S.M., Contemp Pediatrics, 2014.

Child and Adolescent Gender Center: A multidisciplinary collaboration to improve the lives of gender nonconforming children and teens. Sherer I, Rosenthal SM, Ehrensaft D., Baum J., Pediatr Rev 33:273-275, 2012.

“Listening and Learning from gender-nonconforming children. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. 68, 28-56, 2014 .

“Family complexes and Oedipal circles: mothers, fathers, babies, donors, and surrogates. In M. Mann (ed.) Psychoanalytic Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology. London: Karnac, 2014.

“From gender identity disorder to gender identity creativity: The liberation of gendernonconforming children and youth.” In E.J. Meyer and A.P. Sansfacon (eds.), Supporting Transgender and Gender Creative Youth. New York: Peter Lang, 2014.

“A terrible Thing happened on the way to becoming a girl: transgender trauma, parental loss, and recovery.” In P. Cohen, M. Sossin, & R. Ruth (eds.), Healing after Parent Loss in Childhood and Adolescence. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

“The Gender affirmative model: what we know and what we aim to learn.” Hidalgo, M.A., Ehrensaft, D. Tishelman, A.C., Clark, L.F., Garofalo, R., Rosenthal, S.M., Spack, N.P., & Olson, J., Human Development, 56: 285-290, 2013.

“Look, Mom, I’m a boy—don’t tell anyone I was a girl.” Journal of LGBT Youth, 10:928, 2013.

“The ‘Birth Other’ in Assisted Reproductive Technology” In M. O’Reilly-Landry (ed.), A Psychodynamic Understanding of Modern Medicine. London: Radcliffe, 2012.

“From gender Identity disorder to gender identity creativity: True gender self child therapy. Journal of Homosexuality, 59:3, 337-356, 2012.



Gender Made, Gender Born, The Experiment Press, 2011.

“Boys will be girls, girls will be boys.” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 28: 4, 2011, 528548, 2011.

“I’m a Prius.” Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health, 15:1, 46-57, 2011.

One Pill Makes You Boy, One Pill Makes You Girl. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 6:1, 12-24, 2009.

“Just Molly and Me, and “Donor Makes Three” Journal of Lesbian Studies, 12: 2-3, 161-178, 2008.

“When Baby Makes Three or Four or More” Psychoanalytic Study of The Child, Vol. 63, 3-23, 2008.

Guest Editor. Special Issue on Foster Care. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 7:2, July 2008.

“A Child is Being Eaten: Failure, Fear, Fantasy, and Repair in the Lives of Foster Children” Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 7:2, 100-108, 2008.

“Raising Girlyboys: A Parent’s Perspective.” Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 8(3), 269-302, 2007.

“The Stork Didn’t Bring Me, I Came From a Dish: Psychological Experiences of Children Conceived through Assisted Reproductive Technology.” Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6(2): 124-140, 2007.



Mommies, Daddies, Donors, Surrogates: Answering Tough Questions and Building Strong Families, New York: Guilford Publications, 2005.

Toni Heineman and Diane Ehrensaft (eds.), Building A Home Within: Meeting the Emotional Needs of Children and Youth in Foster Care. Baltimore: Brookes, 2005.

“Raising Girlyboys: A Parent’s Perspective,” paper presented at the APA Division 39 Spring Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 27, 2001.

“Ode to Anna Freud: Intersubjectivity and Child Psychotherapy,” paper presented at APA Division 39 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 6, 2000.

“Alternatives to the Stork: Fatherhood Fantasies in Donor Insemination Families, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2000, 371-397.

“The Kinderdult: The New Child Board to Conflict between Work and Family,” in Rosanna Hertz and Nancy L. Marshall (eds.), Families and Work: Today’s Realities and Tomorrow’s Possibilities, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2000, 585-627.

"Use the Rod/Lose the Child; Spoil the Child/Lose the Parent," paper presented at American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, August 18, 1998.

"Alternatives to the Stork: Fatherhood Fantasies in Sperm Donor Families," paper presented at APA Division 39 Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts, April 25, 1998.



Spoiling Childhood: How Well Meaning Parents Are Giving Children Too Much--But Not What They Need (Guilford Press, 1997)

"Child Psychotherapy and Intersubjective Theory: Ode to Anna Freud," Fort-Da, Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology. Spring 1998.

Susan Bernadett-Shapiro, Diane Ehrensaft, & Jerrold Lee Shapiro, "Father Participation in Childcare and the Development of Empathy in Sons: An Empirical Study," Family Therapy, Volume 23, No. 2, 1996, 77-93.

"Bringing in Fathers: The Reconstruction of Mothering," in Jerrold Lee Shapiro, Michael Diamond, & Martin Greenberg (eds.), Becoming a Father, New York: Springer, 1995, 43-59.

Toni V. Heineman & Diane Ehrensaft, "The Children's Psychotherapy Project, Fort Da, Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol. I., No. 2, November 1995.

"Solomon's Child: Dilemmas in the Joint Custody Family," paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August, 1993.

"Your Majesty, the Baby: Normative Narcissism and Confused Parenting," paper delivered at annual meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association, April 15, 1993.

"Preschool Sexual Abuse: The Aftermath of the Presidio Case," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62 (2), April 1992, 234-244.

"Your Majesty the Baby: Normative Narcissism, Confused Parenting, and the Changing Concept of Childhood, paper delivered at the Northern California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology Forum, Parenting in the Nineties: The Need for a New Psychoanalytic Perspective, May 9, 1992.

"Sex and Violence in the Nursery," paper presented at scientific meeting of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, November 1991.

"The Reconstruction of Mothering," paper delivered at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August 1991.

"Sex and Violence in the Nursery: Lessons from the Presidio," paper delivered at the annual meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, April 1991.

"Feminists Fight (for) Fathers," Socialist Review, Vol. 20, No. 4, October - December 1990, 57-80.

"When Women and Men Mother," in Karen Hansen and Ilene Philipson (eds.), Women, Class, and the Feminist Imagination, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990, 399430.

"A Parent's Love for a Child: Mother-Father Differences in the Shared Parenting Family," paper presented at the annual meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association, February, 1988.

"Dual Parenting and the Dual of Intimacy: Mother-Father Dynamics in the Shared Parenting Family," paper delivered at the first annual Children's Hospital Alumni Association Meeting, March 1988.

"The Experts Who Speak for the Baby Who Can't: What Behooves Them to Prove," paper delivered at the annual meeting of The American Orthopsychiatric Association, March 1988.

Parenting Together: Men and Women Sharing the Care of their Children. New York: The Free Press, 1987.

"Attachment and Androgyny: The Children of Shared Parenting," paper delivered at The annual meeting of The American Orthopsychiatric Association, March 1987.

"Gender Issues in Clinical Work: Parenting Issues," paper delivered at the annual meeting of The American Orthopsychiatric Association, March 1987.

"Dual Parenting and the Duel of Intimacy," in G. Handel (ed.), The Psychosocial Interior of the Family, New York: Aldine Press, 1985.



"Man, Woman, and Child: the New Shared Parenting Family." ERIC Publications, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1985.

"Androgynous Men and Headstrong women: The Shared Parenting Couple," paper delivered at The Future of Parenting Conference, California State University, Chico, February 1985.

"Dual Parenting and the Duel of Intimacy," paper delivered at the annual meeting of The American Sociological Association, August 1983.

"When Women and Men Mother," in Joyce Trebilcot (ed.), Mothering: Essays in Feminist Theory, New Jersey: Littlefield, Adams, and Co., 1983.

Book Review: Myra Liefer, "Psychological Effects of Motherhood," in Sociology and Social Research, Vol. 66, No. 2, January 1982.

"When Women and Men Mother," Socialist Review, No. 49, January-February 1980, 3773 (reprinted in Politics and Power, London, England).

"From Sex to Gender: The Hidden Curriculum in the Preschools," 1980.

Report: Evaluation Report of the Interdisciplinary Program on Day Care and Child Development, 1977-1978, University of California, Berkeley.



Report: Evaluation of the Interdisciplinary Program on Day Care and Child Development, 1974-1977, University of California, Berkeley.

"We Followed Them to School One Day: Sex Role Socialization in the Preschool," in Jerome and Evelyn Oremland (eds.). The Sexual and Gender Development of Young Children, New York: Ballinger Press, 1977.


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