Kate White


Touch: Attachment and the Body. Karnac London. White, K. (Ed.), (2004).

Unmasking Race, Culture and Attachment in the Psychoanalytic Space; What do we see? What do we think? What do we feel? Karnac: London. White, K. (Ed.), (2006).

Trauma and Attachment. Karnac: London. White, K., & Benamer, S, (Eds.), (2008).

Shattered States, Disorganised Attachment and its Repair, Karnac: London. Yellin, J., & White, K. (Eds.) (2012).
Talking Bodies: How Do We Integrate Working with the Body in Psychotherapy from an Attachment and Relational Perspective? London: Karnac. White, K. (Ed.) (2014).

Book Chapters:

Introduction. In: K. White (Ed.) Talking Bodies: How do we integrate working with the body in psychotherapy from an attachment and relational perspective? London: Karnac. White, K. (2014).

Die Verflechtung von Bindung und Sexualität in der klinischen Arbeit (The Interwoven Themes of Attachment and Sexuality as they Emerge in Clinical Practice.) Ch. in Karl Heinz Brisch, (ed.) Bindungen – Paare, Sexualität und Kinder. (Attachment, Couples, Sexuality and Children), pp. 80-95. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta. White, K. (2012)

Attachment and Sexuality in Relation to Mothers and Daughters. Ch in Mothers and Daughters by Claudia Harmann. White, K. (2012)


Developing a secure-enough base: teaching psychotherapists in training the relationship between attachment theory and clinical work. Attachment and Human Development Journal 6:117-130, 2004. White, K. (2004).

Sexuality and attachment from a clinical point of view. Attachment and Human Development Journal 6: 151 – 164. Laschinger, B., Purnell, C., Schwartz, J., White, K., & Wingfield, R., (2004).

Routes to Relationality: An Attachment Theory Perspective (Editorial). Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 2, vii -x. White, K. (2008).