The articles in this issue of Psychiatric Annals are original in a double sense: first, they were written for this issue; second, most of the specific subjects had not been described in any previous literature. Finding the references for these articles, therefore, required a careful search into areas as close to the subject as possible. To share the results of this search, we offer this selected bibliography as a centralized resource for those wishing to further explore this important area.
Balsam, R. M., and Balsam, A. Becoming a Psychotherapist: A Clinical Primer. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1974.
Boggs, M. The administrative and casework aspects of fee charging. J. Soc. Casework 30 (1949), 335-340.
Brody, C. Fee charging - A dynamic in the casework process. J. Soc. Casework 30 (1949), 65-71.
Bychowski, G. Psychoanalytic reflections on the psychiatry of the poor. Int. J. Psychoanal. 51 (1970), 503-509.
Chessick, R. D. Ethical and psychodynamic aspects of payment for psychotherapy. Voices 3:4 (1968), 26-31 .
Chodoff, P. Psychoanalysis and fees. Compr. Psychiatry 5 (1964), 137-145.
Davids, A. The relation of cognitive-dissonance theory to an aspect of psychotherapeutic practice. Am. Psychol. 19 (1964), 329-332.
Dightman, C. R. Fees and mental health services: Attitudes of the professional. Ment. Hygiene 54 (1970), 401-406.
Fingert, H. H. Comments on the psychoanalytic significance of the fee. Bull. Menninger Clin. 16 (1952), 98-104.
Gedo, J. A note on non-payment of psychiatric fees. Int. J. Psychoanal. 44 (1963). 368-371.
Goldensohn, S. S., and Haar, E. Transference and countertransference in a third-party payment system (HMO). Am, J. Psychiatry 131 (1974). 256-260.
Haak, N. Comments on the psychoanalytic situation. Int. J. Psychoanal. 38 (1957), 183-195.
Hides, L. The clinical management of the nonpaying patient: A case study. Bull. Menninger Clin. 35 (1971). 98-112.
Kadis, A. L., and Winick, C. Fees in group therapy. Am. J. Psychother. 22 (1968), 60-67.
Koren, L., and Joyce. J. The treatment implications of payment of fees in a clinic setting. Am. J. Orthopsychiatry 23 (1953). 350-357.
Lamson, W. C. Fee charging in mental health clinics. J. Psychiatr. Soc. Work 24 (1955). 105-107.
Lievano, J. Observations about payment of psychotherapy fees. Psychiatr. Q. 41 (1967). 324-338.
Lorand, S., and Console, W. A. Therapeutic results in psychoanalytic treatment without fee. Int. J. Psychoanal. 39 (1958), 59-65.
Nash. J, L., and Cavenar, J. O. Free psychotherapy: An inquiry into resistance. Am. J. Psychiatry 133 (1976). 1066-1069.
Neumann, F, Administrative and community implications of fee charging. Soc. Casework 33 (1952). 271-277.
Pasternack, S. A., and Treiger, P. Psychotherapy fees and residency training. Am. J. Psychiatry 133 (1976). 1064-1066.
Pope, K. S., et al. Fee assessment and outpatient psychotherapy. J. Consult, ain. Psychol. 43 (1975), 835-841.
Schacht, M. The technique of employing doctor-patient transactions in psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychother. 7 (1953). 653-663.
Schonbar, R. A. The fee as a focus for transference and countertransference. Am. J. Psychother. 21 (1967), 275-285.
Schwartz. E. K., and Wolf, A. Money matters. Int. Ment. Health Res. Newsl. ff:2(1969). 1-7.
Wiener, 0. N., and Raths, O. N. Cultural factors in payment for psychoanalytic therapy. An. J. Psychoanal. 20 (1960). 66-72.
Wohl, J. Third parties and individual psychotherapy. Am. J. Psychother. 28 (1974), 527-542.…