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Special areas of interest, child trauma, attachment, and gender. Dr. Coates is an editor with Dan Schechter and Jane Rosenthal, September 11: Trauma and Human Bonds. She is a co-founding Director with Karen Gilmore of the Parent- Infant Psychotherapy Training Program at Columbia Psychoanalytic and is on the Board of Directors of the Margaret Mahler Foundation. She teaches a course on Intergenerational Transfer of Trauma and Resilience. Her Expert Interview on Trauma in Children: Considerations for Care after Hurricane Katrina is available at Medscape Psychiatry . http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/513888
Coates, SW and Gaensbauer, TJ. 2009 Event Trauma in Early Childhood: Symptoms, Assessment, Intervention. In: Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. Editors, Mary Margaret Gleason and Daniel S. Schechter. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America.. July;18(3):611-26.
Coates, SW, & Schechter, DS. 2004. Preschoolers’ Traumatic Stress Post-9/11: Relational and Developmental Perspectives. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 27, 3, 473-489.
Coates, S. John Bowlby and Margaret S. Mahler: Their Lives and Theories. 2004. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. 2004, 52:571-601.
Coates, S. W. Having a mind of one’s own and holding the other in mind: Discussion of “Mentalization and the changing aims of child psychoanalysis” by Peter Fonagy and Mary Target, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, , 1998, 8:115-148.
Coates, S.W. & Moore, M.S. The complexity of early trauma: Representation and transformation. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 1997, 17:286-311.