Aaron Balick

Balick, Aaron. (2014). The ultimate private/public partnership. In: Bainbridge, C. and Yates, C. [Eds.]. Media and the Inner World: psycho-cultual approaches to emotion, media and popular culture. (153 – 167). London: Palgrave.

Balick, Aaron. (2014). The human being operating system. In: McCarthy, C. [Ed.]. On! The Future of Now: making sense of our always on, always connected world. New York: Crowdcentric.

Balick, Aaron. (2014). How to think about psychotherapy in a digital context. In. Weitz, P. [Ed.]. Psychotherapy 2.0: where psychotherapy and technology meet. (23 – 40). London: Karnac.

Balick, Aaron. (2014). The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: connected-up instantaneous culture and the self. London: Karnac.

Balick, Aaron. (2013). Keep Your Cool: how to deal with life’s worries and stress. London: Franklin Watts.

Balick, Aaron. (2013). The Radio as Good Object; an object relational perspective on the curative and protective factors in a BBC public service broadcast for young people. In: The Radio Journal; international studies in broadcast. 11:1. (13 – 28).

Balick, Aaron. (2012). TMI in the transference LOL: psychoanalytic reflections on Google, social networking, and ‘virtual impingement’. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society. 17(2): pp. 120 – 136.

Balick, Aaron. (2012). Memory memorials and who we are now: encountering our ‘cobbled together’ identities in the face of a very different kind of loss. The Holocaust in History and Memory. 4.

Balick, Aaron. (2011). Speculating on sexual subjectivity: on the application and misapplication of postmodern discourse on the psychology of sexuality. Psychology and Sexuality. 2(1): pp. 16 – 28.

Balick, Aaron. (2009). ‘Relational ethics beyond the sex and gender binary.’ In Relational Ethics in Practice: narratives from counselling and psychotherapy. Eds. Lynne Gabriel and Roger Casemore. London: Brunner Routledge.

Balick, Aaron. (2001). ‘Shifting paradigms – psychotherapy, neuroscience, and a changing world: the seventh professional conference of the UK Council for Psychotherapy.’ International Journal of Psychotherapy. Vol. 6. No. 3. Pp. 289 – 295.