Paul Renn

The Silent Past and the Invisible Present: Memory, Trauma, and Representation in Psychotherapy, Routledge (2012)

Chapters and articles by Paul Renn

(2013). Moments of Meeting: The Relational Challenges of Sexuality in the Consulting Room. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29(2), 135-153.

(2010). Psychoanalysis, attachment theory and the inner world: How different theories understand the concept of mind and the implications for clinical work. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 4(2), 146-168.

(2008a). Attachment, Affect Regulation and Trauma: The Transmission of Patterns Across Generations. In E. Arnold & B. Hawkes (Eds.), Internalizing the historical past: Issues for separation and moving on. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholoars Press.

(2008b). The Relational Past as Lived in the Interpersonal Present: Using Attachment Theory to Understand Early Trauma and Later Troubled Relationships. In E. Arnold & B. Hawkes (Eds.), Internalizing the historical past: Issues for separation and moving on. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholoars Press.

(2007). Stop Thief! But What Has Been Stolen and By Whom? Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, Vol. 1, 71-77.

(2006a). Russian translation of paper published in 2003 in A Matter of Security: Using Attachment Theory in Forensic Psychotherapy. Paper published in Russian internet journal: www.routledge.com

(2006b). Attachment, Trauma and Violence: Understanding Destructiveness from an Attachment Theory Perspective. In C. Harding (Ed.) Aggression and Destructiveness: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Hove: Brunner-Routledge.

(2006c). Gewalttätige Männer: Wie Traumatisierung und desorganisierte Bindung zusammenhängen. Recht & Psychiatrie, Vol. 1 (4), 18-25.

(2003). The link between childhood trauma and later violent offending: the application of attachment theory in a probation setting. In F. Pfäfflin & G. Adshead (Eds.), A Matter of Security: Using Attachment Theory in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

(2002). The link between childhood trauma and later violent offending: the application of attachment theory in a probation setting. Journal of Attachment & Human Development, Vol 4 (3), 294-317.

(2000). The link between childhood trauma and later violent offending: a case study. In G. Boswell (Ed.), Violent Children and Adolescents: Asking the Question Why. London: Whurr Publishers.