Publications & Articles
Avrum Geurin Weiss, Ph.D.
Weiss, A.G. (2002) The Lost Role of Dependency in Psychotherapy Gestalt Review, 6, 1, 6-17.
Weiss, A.G. (2001) Between a tabula rasa and the transparent self: The “therapist’s use of self revisited. Voices, 37, (1), pp. 4-12
Weiss, A.G. (1999) Self disclosure and psychological privacy. In A. Richards & T. Schumrum Invitations to Dialogue: the legacy of Sidney M. Jourard. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishers
Weiss, A.G. (1996) Psychotherapy the Talking Cure The Georgia Psychologist, 50(4).
Clance, P., Thompson, M., Simerly, D. and Weiss, A.(1994). The effects of the Gestalt approach on body image. The Gestalt Journal, 17, (1), 95-114.
Felder, R. and Weiss, A. (1991). The therapist’s use of self. Pilgrimage, 17, (2), 11-25 Felder, R. and Weiss, A. (1991) Experiential Psychotherapy: A Symphony of Selves. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Weiss, A.G. (1990) Trying to be a better father than your dad. Atlanta Business Chronicle. August 13, p. 37A.
Carrere, R. and Weiss, A. (1988) The relationship of the personal in graduate training to professional practice. The Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 19, 2, 147 157.
Weiss, A. (1987). Privacy and intimacy: Apart and a part. The Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 27, (1), 118 125.
Weiss, A. and Kempler, B. (1986). The role of intent in psychological research. The Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 26, (1), 117 25.
Weiss, A. (1986) The Patient’s Exerience of Privacy in Psychotherapy. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Georgia State University.