Barry A. Farber
Professor of Psychology and Education
B.A., Queens College, CUNY; M.A., Teachers College; Ph.D., Yale University
Psychotherapy research (attachment theory and object relations; therapist and patient representations; self-disclosure in patients, therapists, and supervisors); the influence of emerging technologies (e.g., texting, blogging, emails, social media) on self-disclosure in children and adolescents; Carl Rogers and person-centered therapy.
Self Disclosure in Psychotherapy (2006, Guilford)
The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers (1996, Guilford).
"The therapist as secure base" (In Obegi & Berant, 2009, Attachment theory and research in clinical work with adults)
"The benefits and risks of patient self-disclosure in the psychotherapy of women with a history of childhood sexual abuse" (2009, Psychotherapy)
"On the enduring and substantial influence of Carl Rogers’ not-quite essential nor
necessary conditions" (2007, Psychotherapy)
"Patterns of self-disclosure in psychotherapy and marriage" (2007, Psychotherapy)
"A temporal model of patient disclosure in psychotherapy" (2007, Psychotherapy Research)
"Patient self-disclosure: A review of the research" (2003, Journal of Clinical Psychology)
"Positive regard" (2001, Psychotherapy)
"The therapist as attachment figure" (1995, Psychotherapy).
"Gender and representation in psychotherapy" (1994, Psychotherapy).