Articles and Papers
Ginot, E. (2019). The empatic Power of Enactments. In Enactment in Psychoanalysis, (G. Leo & G. Riefolo, Eds). Pp 245-321.
Ginot, E. (2017). The Enacted Unconscious: A Neuropsychological Model of Unconscious Processes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Special Issue, Vol. 1406, pp. 71-76.
Ginot, E. (2015). The Neuropsychology of the Unconscious: integrating Brain and Mind in Psychotherapy. New York: Norton. This book received the GRADIVA AWARD, for best book.
Ginot, E. (2015). A Neuropsychological model of the unconscious and therapeutic change. The Neuropsychotherapist, 6, 26-39.
Ginot, E. (2012). Self-narratives and dysregulated affective states: The neuropsychological links between self-narratives, attachment, affect, and cognition. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 29, 59–80.
Ginot, E. (2009). The empathic power of enactments: The link between neuropsychological processes and an expanded definition of empathy. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 26, 290–309.
Ginot, E. (2007). Intersubjectivity and neuroscience: Understanding enactments and their therapeutic significance within emerging paradigms. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24, 317–32.
Ginot, E. (2001). The holding environment and intersubjectivity. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 70, 417–46.
This paper received the Gradiva Award for Best Article in 2002.
Ginot, E. (1997). The analyst use of self, self-disclosure, and enhanced integration. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 14, 365–81.
Presentations (most, at least)
May 2022, Presentation at the Assisi Institute
June, 2022, Webinar to the Italian Psychoanalytic Association
March, 2021, Zoom presentation and workshop at the Assisi institute.
September 2020. A presentation on Unconscious Processes at the Westchester Medical Center.
November, 2019. Ten-session Zoom class given to a psychoanalytic institute, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
June, 2019: Two days educational seminar on unconscious processes, London
November, 2019 Part of a panel at ta conference organized by the Assisi, Florida USA
September 2018: A presentation and a master class in a conference on Childhood Trauma, Melbourne, Australia
May 2017: A presentation at a neuropsychological; conference organized by the Yellowbrick Treatment Center, Chicago. The enacted unconscious and therapeutic change.
Fall 2016: Part of a panel organized by Minnesota Public Radio. Delving within: the new science of the unconscious.
Annual Conference NYSPA Division of Psychoanalysts: Psychoanalysis Meets Neuroscience, May 22nd, 2016. A clinical case presentation in a panel with Mark Solms.
The Metropolitan Institute, NYC, November, 2015: “The Enacted Unconscious and Therapeutic Change: A Neuropsychological Model.”
The Yellowbrick Treatment Center, Chicago. January 2014: “Identifying Emotional and Behavioral Patterns in Adolescents and the Use of Enactments in Psychotherapy.”
Affect Regulation Conference, April 2013:”The Neuropsychology of Self-Narratives: Therapeutic Implications.”
NYC Conference organized by Allen Schore, April 2011: “Implicit self-states and the importance of enactments in the psychoanalytic process.”
The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy, Boulder Colorado. May 2012: “Implicit Self-states and therapeutic enactments: A case Presentation.”
Division 39 Spring meeting, 2008. “Knowing - not knowing and sort of knowing.” Presented a paper: How do we know an experience? What neuroscience can teach us about conscious and nonconscious processes in enactments.