Publications by Topic

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Attachment & Trauma Theory

Harrison, L. A., & Yanosy, S. M. (2010). Traumatic Reenactment: How This Triangle Can Sabotage Intervention and Treatment. The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN). SPECIAL REPORT. Summary of Selected Papers from ISPCAN’s XVIIIth International Congress and Youth Empowerment Forum, 1, 3-4.

Bloom, S. L. Section Editor, (1998), Section V, Application of the Current Scientific Knowledge Base to Forensic Practice. Childhood Trauma Remembered: A Report on the Current Scientific Knowledge Base and Its Applications. The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Northbrook, IL. 1998.

Bloom, S. L. (1996). Taking Trauma Theory to the Streets, Stresspoints: The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 10 (3): 1, 12.

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Those Delicate Brains and Troubled Minds. E-Mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review 1(1): 8-9

Bloom, S. L. (1999). There’s Nothing New About Trauma. E-Mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review 1(3): 106-107

Bloom, S. L. (2000). The Neglect of Neglect, Part I. E-mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review, 2(5): 208-210.

Bloom, S. L. (2000). The Neglect of Neglect, Part II. E-mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review, 2(6): 257-259

Bloom, S. L. (2000).The Grief That Dare Not Speak Its Name Part I: Dealing with the Ravages of Childhood Abuse. Psychotherapy Review 2(9), September

Bloom, S. L. (2000).The Grief That Dare Not Speak Its Name Part II: Dealing with the Ravages of Childhood Abuse. Psychotherapy Review 2(10), October

Bloom, S. L. (2000). The Grief That Dare Not Speak Its Name Part III: Dealing with the Ravages of Childhood Abuse. Psychotherapy Review 2(11), November

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & PTSD

Bloom, S. L. (2010). The Mental Health Aspects of IPV: Survivors, Professionals and Systems. In Giardino AP, Giardino ER (Eds.). Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Violence, and Spousal Abuse: A Resource for Professionals Working With Children and Families. St. Louis, MO: STM Learning (pp.207-250).

Bloom, S. L. Domestic Violence.(2009) In O’Brien, J. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Gender and Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications (pp. 216-221)

Bloom, S. L. (2006). Children and Domestic Violence. ISF Newsletter, Winter, p.8-9.

Bloom, S. L. (2003) Understanding The Impact Of Sexual Assault: The Nature Of Traumatic Experience. In A. Giardino, E. Datner and J. Asher (Eds.), Sexual Assault: Victimization Across the Lifespan. Maryland Heights, MO: GW Medical Publishing. (pp. 405-432).

Bills, L. J. (2003) Trauma theory in psychiatric outpatient practice. Psychiatric Quarterly. 74(2): 191-203

Madsen, L. H., Blitz, L. V., McCorkle, D., Panzer, P. G. (2003). Sanctuary In A Domestic Violence Shelter: A Team Approach To Healing. Psychiatric Quarterly 74(2): 155-171.

Bloom, S. L. (2000) Sexual Violence: The Victim. In C. E. Bell, (Ed.) Psychiatric Perspectives of Violence: Issues in Prevention and Treatment: New Directions for Mental Health Services #86. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Domestic Violence: Reports

Bloom, S. L. Section Editor, (1998), Section V, Application of the Current Scientific Knowledge Base to Forensic Practice. Childhood Trauma Remembered: A Report on the Current Scientific Knowledge Base and Its Applications. The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Northbrook, IL. 1998.

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Editor, Health Care Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Schools and Early Childhood Development Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Neighborhood Groups Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Law Enforcement and the Judiciary Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Religious Institutions Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Employers Working Group Report on Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, October 1999

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Final Action Plan: A Coordinated Community-Based Response to Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, October 1999.

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Health Care Needs RADAR, Training Resource Education Exchange, Newsletter of the Behavioral Health Training and Education Network, Volume 1, Issue 3, December 15, 1999.

Bloom, S. L. (2000) Final Action Plan: A Coordinated Community Response to Family Violence. . People First 9(3), Summer 2000. Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

History

Bloom, S. L. (2000) Our Hearts and Our Hopes Are Turned to Peace: Origins of the ISTSS. (2000). In A. Shalev, R. Yehuda, & A S. McFarlane (Eds.). International Handbook of Human Response Trauma. New York: Plenum

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Bloom, S. L. (2000). The Complex Web of Causation: Motor Vehicle Accidents, Comorbidity and PTSD. In E. J. Hickling and E. B. Blanchard (Eds). International Handbook of Road Traffic Accidents and Psychological Trauma: Theory, Treatment and Law. Oxford, England: Elsevier Press.

PTSD

Bloom, S. L. (2000) Facts About PTSD: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment. People First 9(3), Summer. Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania

Courtois, C. and Bloom, S. L. (2000) Inpatient Guidelines for the Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. In EB. Foa, TM. Keane, and MJ. Friedman. New York: Guilford Effective Treatments for PTSD: Practice Guidelines from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (1999) Final Action Plan: A Coordinated Community-Based Response to Family Violence. Attorney General Mike Fisher’s Task Force on Family Violence,

Bills, L. J. (1999). Trauma-based psychiatry for primary care. In Secondary Traumatic Stress, Second Edition: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers, and Educators. Lutherville, MD: Sidran Press.

Bloom, S. L. (1994). Group and Family Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Co-authored with Steven Allen, PhD. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 17(2): 425-437.

Bills, L.J and Kreisler, K. (1993) Treatment of flashbacks with naltrexone [letter]. American Journal of Psychiatry v. 150, no. 9, pp. 1430 (September 1993).

Bloom, S. L. (2002). The PVS Disaster: Poverty, Violence and Substance Abuse in the Lives of Women and Children in “Responding to the Needs of Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Disorders in Philadelphia”. A Report to Community Behavioral Health by the Working Group on Chemically Dependent Women.

Bloom, S. L. (2006). Trauma-Informed Systems Transformation: Recovery as a Public Health Concern. Report for the Trauma Task Force, Philadelphia, PA

Bloom, S. L. (2006) Human Service Systems and Organizational Stress: Thinking & Feeling Our Way Out of Existing Organizational Dilemmas. Report for the Trauma Task Force, Philadelphia, PA

Reviews and News

Bloom, S. L. (2007) Book Review: Loss, Trauma and Resilience – Therapeutic Work with Ambiguous Loss by Pauline Boss. Psychiatric Services, 58(3): 419-420

Bloom, S. L. (2007) Book Review: Understanding Trauma: Integrating Biological, Clinical, and Cultural Perspectives by Laurence J. Kirmayer, et al. for Psychiatric Services

Bloom, S. L. (2007) Book Review: The Unsayable: The Hidden Language of Trauma. A. Rogers. For Psychiatric Services

Bloom, S. L. (2002) In the Shadow of the World Trade Center Disaster: From Trauma to Recovery. ISF Newsletter, 2002

Bloom, S. L. (2001). In the shadow of the World Trade Center disaster: From trauma to recovery. NASW New York Chapter Newsletter, November/December, 5-8.

Bloom, S. L. (2001) In the Aftermath of September 11, Newsletter, The Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia, Fall, 2001.

Bloom, S. L. and Barger, B. K. (2001) An Appeal to Reason. Family Violence and Sexual Assault Bulletin, 17(3): 15, Fall, 2001.

Bloom, S. L. (1999) Book Review: Recollections of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Principles and Guidelines by Christine Courtois. Psychiatric Times June, 1999, p,35

Bloom, S. L. (1996) Introduction and Postscript to “Dissociation and the Fragmentary Nature of Traumatic Memories”. British Journal of Psychotherapy 12(3): 350-351; 362-365. 

Bloom, S. L. (1997). False Memory Syndrome: Science or Misogyny? New For Women in Psychiatry, 15(1): 14-15.

Sanctuary Model for Adults

Bloom, S. L. and Farragher, B. (2010). Destroying Sanctuary: The Crisis in Human Service Delivery Systems. New York. Oxford University Press.

Murphy, T. and Bennington-Davis, M. (2005). Restraint and Seclusion: The Model for Eliminating Their Use in Healthcare. Marblehead, MA: by HCPro, Inc.

Panzer, P. G. and Bloom, S. L. (2003). Introduction to Special Section on Sanctuary Principles and Practice in Clinical Settings Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2): 115-117.

Bloom, S. L. (2002) Creating Sanctuary. Networks. Special Edition. Summer/Fall. National Technical Assistance Center for State Mental Health Planning.Alexandria, VA.

Bloom, S. L. and Stellermann, K.(2001) Creating Sanctuary: Practicing Nonviolence in a Psychiatric Setting. Zeitschrift fur Politische Psychologie, Jg 8, 2000, Nr 4, und Jg 9, Nr1, S. 601-610.

Bloom, S. L. Editor (2000), Special Edition, The Sanctuary Model, Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations. Summer.

Bloom, SL (2000). Creating Sanctuary: Healing from systematic abuses of power. Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 21(2): 67-91.

Kluft, R. P., Kinzie, D. and Bloom, S. L. (2000) Treating Traumatized Patients and Victims of Violence with R. P. Kluft and D. Kinzie. In C. E. Bell, (Ed.) Psychiatric Perspectives of Violence: Issues in Prevention and Treatment: New Directions for Mental Health Services #86. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Bills, L.J. & Bloom, S.L. (2000). Trying out Sanctuary the hard way. Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 21(2):119-134.

Bills, L. J. (1999). Trauma-based psychiatry for primary care. In Secondary Traumatic Stress, Second Edition: Self-Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers, and Educators. Lutherville, MD: Sidran Press.

Bills, L.J. and Bloom, S. L. (1998) From Chaos to Sanctuary: Trauma-Based Treatment for Women in a State Hospital Systems. Coauthored with L. J. Bills. 1998. In Women’s Health Services: A Public Health Perspective. Editors: Bruce Labotsky Levin, Andrea K. Blanch, and Ann Jennings. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Bloom, S. L. Section Editor, (1998), Section V, Application of the Current Scientific Knowledge Base to Forensic Practice. Childhood Trauma Remembered: A Report on the Current Scientific Knowledge Base and Its Applications. The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Northbrook, IL. 1998.

Bloom, S. L. (1997) Creating Sanctuary: Toward the Evolution of Sane Societies. (1997). New York: Routledge.

Bloom, S. L. (1996) Introduction and Postscript to “Dissociation and the Fragmentary Nature of Traumatic Memories”. British Journal of Psychotherapy 12(3): 350-351; 362-365.

Bloom, S. L. (1994). The Sanctuary Model: Developing Generic Inpatient Programs for the Treatment of Psychological Trauma in Handbook of Post-Traumatic Therapy, A Practical Guide to Intervention, Treatment, and Research, Editors: M.B.Williams and J. F. Sommer, Jr. Greenwood Publishing, 1994. (pp. 474-491)

Sanctuary Model for Children & Adolescents

Bloom, S. L. (submitted) Creating Sanctuary: An Organizational Approach to Services for Traumatized Children. Child and Adolescent Trauma.

Bloom, S. L. (submitted) The Sanctuary Model: A Trauma-Informed Organizational Approach to Services for Traumatized Children and Youth. In Steele, W. and Malchiodi, C. (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Practice for Children and Adolescents. New York: Routledge

Bloom, S. L. and Farragher, B. (2010). Destroying Sanctuary: The Crisis in Human Service Delivery Systems. New York. Oxford University Press.

Mirksy, L. (2010) The Sanctuary Model: A Restorative Approach for Human Services Organizations, March. EForum. International Institute for Restorative Practice

McSparren, W. and Motley, D. (2010). How To Improve the Process of Change. Non-Profit World 28(6): 14-15.

Rich, J.A., Corbin, T., Bloom, S. L., Rich, L., Evans, S., Wilson, A. (2009) Healing the Hurt: Trauma-Informed Approaches to the Health of Boys and Young Men of Color. Los Angeles: California Endowment.

Bloom, S. L. and Sreedhar, S. Y. (2008) The Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Organizational Change. Reclaiming Children and Youth: From Trauma to Trust, 17(3): 48-53.

McCorkle, D. and S. Yanosy (2007). When Loss Gets Lost: Using The S.E.L.F. Model To Work With Losses In Residential Treatment. Loss, Hurt and Hope: The Complex Issues of Bereavement and Trauma in Children. A. L. Vargas and S. L. Bloom. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press: 116-141.

Peacock, C. and Daniels, G. (2006). Applying An Antiracist Framework To A Residential Treatment Center : Sanctuary®, A Model For Change. Journal of Emotional Abuse 6(2-3):135-154.

Sanctuary Model Offers Promise for Residential Care. (2007).Challenges & Solutions. New York State Office of Child and Family Services, Vol. 5, No. 1

Bloom, S. L. (2005) Introduction to Special Section. Creating Sanctuary for Kids: Helping Children to Heal From Violence. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 57-63

Bloom, S. L. (2005) The Sanctuary Model of Organizational Change for Children’s Residential Treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 65-81

McCorkle, D. and Peacock, C. (2005). Trauma and The Isms – A Herd Of Elephants In The Room: A Training Vignette. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 127-133.

Farragher, B. and Yanosy, S. (2005). Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Culture In Residential Treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 97-113.

Rivard, J.C., Bloom, S. L., McCorkle, D. and Abramovitz, R. (2005) Preliminary Results Of A Study Examining The Implementation And Effects Of Trauma Recovery Framework For Youths In Residential Treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 83-96

Thomas, M. (2005) Creative thinking and talking in residential care. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 115-125.

Rivard, J. C. (2004). Initial Findings of An Evaluation Of A Trauma Recovery Framework In Residential Treatment. Residential Group Quarterly 5(1): 3-5.

Rivard, J.C., McCorkle, D., Duncan, M.E., Pasquale, L.E., Bloom, S. L., Abramovitz, R. (2004). Implementing a Trauma Recovery Framework for Youths in Residential Treatment. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 21(5): 529-550.

Stanwood, M. H. and Dolittle, G. (2004) Schools as Sanctuaries. Reclaiming Children and Youth 13(3): 169-172.

Abramovitz, R. and Bloom, S. L. (2003). Creating Sanctuary In A Residential Treatment Center For Troubled Children And Adolescents. Psychiatric Quarterly 74(2): 119-135

Bloom, S. L. (2003) The Sanctuary Model; A Trauma-Informed Systems Approach to the Residential Treatment of Children. Child Welfare League of America.Residential Group Care Quarterly 4(2); 1, 4-5

Bloom, S. L. McCorkle, D., Farragher, B., Nice-Martini, K., Wellbank, K., Bennington-Davis, M. (2003). Multiple Opportunities for Creating Sanctuary. Psychiatric Quarterly 74(2): 173-190.

Rivard, J.C., Bloom, S. L., Abramovitz, R., Pasquale, L.E., Duncan, M., McCorkle, D., Gelman, A. (2003). Assessing the Implementation and Effects of a Trauma-focused Intervention for Youths in Residential Treatment. Psychiatric Quarterly 74(2): 137-154.

Bloom, S. L. (1995). Creating Sanctuary in the Classroom. Journal for a Just and Caring Education, 1(4):403-433.

Sanctuary Model of Organizational Change

Bloom, S. L. (submitted) Creating Sanctuary: An Organizational Approach to Services for Traumatized Children. Child and Adolescent Trauma.

Bloom, S. L. (submitted) The Sanctuary Model: A Trauma-Informed Organizational Approach to Services for Traumatized Children and Youth. In Steele, W. and Malchiodi, C. (Eds.) Trauma-Informed Practice for Children and Adolescents. New York: Routledge

Bloom, S. L. and Farragher, B. (2010). Destroying Sanctuary: The Crisis in Human Service Delivery Systems. New York. Oxford University Press.

McSparren, W. and Motley, D. (2010). How To Improve the Process of Change. Non-Profit World 28(6): 14-15.

Bloom, S. L.(2010) Trauma-organized systems and parallel process. In N. Tehrani (Ed). Managing Trauma in the Workplace – Supporting Workers and the Organisation. London: Routledge (pp. 139-153).

Bloom, S. L. (2010). Sanctuary: An Operating System for Living Organizations. In N. Tehrani (Ed) Managing Trauma in the Workplace – Supporting Workers and the Organisation. London: Routledge (pp. 235-251).

Bloom, S. L. (2010). Organizational Stress as a Barrier to Trauma-Informed Service Delivery. Becker, M. and Levin, B. A Public Health Perspective of Women’s Mental Health, New York: Springer (pp.295-311).

Rich, J.A., Corbin, T., Bloom, S. L., Rich, L., Evans, S., Wilson, A. (2009) Healing the Hurt: Trauma-Informed Approaches to the Health of Boys and Young Men of Color. Los Angeles: California Endowment.

Bloom, S. L. (2007).The Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Organizational Change. The Source 16(1): 12-14, 16. The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center.

Bloom, S. L. (2006). Organizational Stress as a Barrier to Trauma-Sensitive Change and System Transformation, White Paper for the National Technical Assistance Center for State Mental Health Planning (NTAC), National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors. http://www.nasmhpd.org/publications.cfm

Bloom, S. L. (2007). Loss In Human Service Organizations. Loss, Hurt and Hope: The Complex Issues of Bereavement and Trauma in Children. A. L. Vargas and S. L. Bloom. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 142-206.

Bloom, S. L. (2005) The Sanctuary Model of Organizational Change for Children’s Residential Treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 65-81

Bloom, S. L. (2005).The System Bites Back: Politics, Parallel Process and The Notion Of Change Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(4, Silver Jubilee Issue): 337-354.

Bloom, S. L., Bennington-Davis, M., Farragher, B., McCorkle, D., Nice-Martini, K., & Wellbank, K. (2003). Multiple opportunities for creating sanctuary. Psychiatric Quarterly, 74(2), 173-190.

Sanctuary Model Research Articles

McSparren, W. (2007) Models of Change and the Impact on Organizational Culture: The Sanctuary Model ® Explored

Rivard, J.C., Bloom, S. L., McCorkle, D. and Abramovitz, R. (2005) Preliminary results of a study examining the implementation and effects of trauma recovery framework for youths in residential treatment. Therapeutic Community: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 26(1): 83-96

Rivard, J.C., Bloom, S. L., Abramovitz, R., Pasquale, L.E., Duncan, M., McCorkle, D., Gelman, A. (2003). Assessing the Implementation and Effects of a Trauma-focused Intervention for Youths in Residential Treatment Psychiatric Quarterly 74(2): 137-154.

Rivard, J.C., McCorkle, D., Duncan, M.E., Pasquale, L.E., Bloom, S. L., Abramovitz, R. (2004). Implementing a Trauma Recovery Framework for Youths in Residential Treatment. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 21(5): 529-550.

Rivard, J. C. (2004). Initial Findings of An Evaluation Of A Trauma Recovery Framework In Residential Treatment. Residential Group Quarterly 5(1): 3-5.

Wright, DC & Woo, WL. (2000). Treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder In A Therapeutic Community: The Experience Of A Canadian Psychiatric Hospital. Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 21(2):105-118.

Wright et al, (2003). An investigation of trauma-centered inpatient treatment for adult survivors of abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect, 27 (2003) 393–406

S.E.L.F. (S.A.G.E.)* Articles

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Give Sorrow Words: Emotional Disclosure and Physical Health. E-mail From America, The Psychotherapy Review 1(7): 312-313

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Emotional Anesthesia: The Double Bind for Doctors. E-Mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review 1(2): 63-63

Bloom, S. L. and Vargas, L. Eds, (2007) Loss, Hurt and Hope: The Complex Issues of Bereavement, Trauma and Children. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

McCorkle, D. and S. Yanosy (2007). When Loss Gets Lost: Using The SELF Model To Work With Losses In Residential Treatment. Loss, Hurt and Hope: The Complex Issues of Bereavement and Trauma in Children. A. L. Vargas and S. L. Bloom. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press: 116-141.

Bloom, S. L. (2007). Beyond the Beveled Mirror: Mourning and Recovery from Childhood Maltreatment. Loss, Hurt and Hope: The Complex Issues of Bereavement and Trauma in Children. A. L. Vargas and S. L. Bloom. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 4-49.

Bloom, S. L., Foderaro, J.F., Ryan, R. A. (2006) S.E.L.F.: A Trauma-Informed Psychoeducational Group Curriculum, www.sanctuaryweb.com

Bloom, S. L. (2005) Give Sorrow Words: Emotional Disclosure and Physical Health. ISF News. Institute for Safe Families Newsletter, p.2-3, Winter

Bloom, S. L. (2002) Beyond The Beveled Mirror: Mourning And Recovery From Childhood Maltreatment. In J. Kauffman (Ed), Loss of the Assumptive World. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Foderaro, J. F. (2001) Creating a Non-Violent Environment: Keeping Sanctuary Safe. In Violence: A Public Health Epidemic and a Public Health Approach. S. L. Bloom, Editor. (2001) London: Karnac Press.

Foderaro, JF & Ryan, RA (2000). Mapping The Course Of Recovery. Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal for Therapeutic and Supportive Organizations 21(2):93-104.

Bills, L. J. (2003) Trauma theory in psychiatric outpatient practice. Psychiatric Quarterly. 74(2): 191-203

*The original term for S.E.L.F. was “S.A.G.E.”

Sociopolitical Legacy of Trauma

Bloom, S. L. (2000). Chaos, Complexity, Self-Organization And Us. Email From America Psychotherapy Review 2(8), August

Bloom, S. L. (2000). From Boys to Men. E-mail From America, The Psychotherapy Review, 2(1): 13-14.

Bloom, S. L. (2000). When Victims Turn Into Bullies. E-mail From America, The Psychotherapy Review, 2(2): 59-60.

Bloom, S. L. (2000). Chronic Undifferentiated Hate. E-mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review, 2(3): 108-110.

Bloom, S. L. (2000). The Right to Bear Arms. E-mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review, 2(4): 156-158.

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Restorative vs. Retributive Justice. E-Mail From America, The Psychotherapy Review 1(6): 259-260.

Bloom, S. L. (1999). Victims and the Media: Addressing the Problems. E-Mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review 1(5): 211-212.

Bloom, S. L. (2006) Neither liberty nor safety: The impact of trauma on individuals, institutions, and societies. Part IV. Psychotherapy and Politics International4(1): 4-23.

Bloom, S. L. (2006) Societal Trauma: Danger and Democracy. Editor, Nick Totten. Politics and Psychotherapy. London: Open University Press

Bloom, S. L. (2005) Neither liberty nor safety: The impact of trauma on individuals, institutions, and societies. Part III. Psychotherapy and Politics International3(2): 96-111

Bloom, S. L. (2004) Neither liberty nor safety: The impact of trauma on individuals, institutions, and societies. Part I. Psychotherapy and Politics International2(2): 78-98.

Bloom, S. L. (2004) Neither liberty nor safety: The impact of trauma on individuals, institutions, and societies. Part II. Psychotherapy and Politics International2(3): 212-228.

Bloom, S. L. (2004) The Importance of dissent: A meditation on the dangers of danger. ISF News, Institute for Safe Families Newsletter, p.10-11, Spring

Bloom, S. L., Ed. (2001) Violence: A Public Health Epidemic and a Public Health Approach. London: Karnac Press.

Bloom, S. L (2001) Commentary: Reflections on the Desire for Revenge. Journal of Emotional Abuse 2(4): 61-94.

Bloom, S. L. (1998). By The Crowd They Have Been Broken, By the Crowd They Shall Be Healed: The Social Transformation of Trauma. In R. Tedeschi, C. Park, and L. Calhoun. Post-Traumatic Growth: Theory and Research on Change in the Aftermath of Crises. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bloom, S. L. and Reichert, M. (1998) Bearing Witness: Trauma and Collective Responsibility. (1998). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Bloom, S. L. (1996). Every Time History Repeats Itself the Price Goes Up: The Social Reenactment of Trauma. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity 3(3): 161-194.

Sociopolitical Legacy of Trauma: Psychohistory Papers

Bloom, S. L. (1995). When Good People Do Bad Things: Meditations on the Backlash. Journal of Psychohistory, 22 (2): 273-304.

Bloom, S. L. (1994). American Health Care: They Say There’s A Crisis But a Crisis of What? Journal of Psychohistory, 21(3): 301-332.

Bloom, S. L. (1994) Hearing the Survivor’s Voice: Sundering the Wall of Denial. Journal of Psychohistory, 21(4): 461-477.

Bloom, S. L. (1993). The Clinical Uses of Psychohistory. The Journal of Psychohistory, 20(3): 259-266.

Bloom, S. L. (1993). Psychodynamics of Preventing Child Abuse. The Journal of Psychohistory, 21(1):53-67.

Bloom, S. L. (1992) National Dilemma: Can we Heal Ourselves?, The Journal of Psychohistory, 19(3): 281-305.

Bloom, S. L. (1991) The Gulph War as Adolescent Crisis, The Journal of Psychohistory 19(1): 85-96.

Substance Abuse

Bloom, S. L. (2000). Double Trouble: The Perils of Substance Abuse and PTSD. Email From America. Psychotherapy Review 2(7), July

Bloom, S. L. (2002). The PVS Disaster: Poverty, Violence and Substance Abuse in the Lives of Women and Children in “Responding to the Needs of Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Disorders in Philadelphia”. A Report to Community Behavioral Health by the Working Group on Chemically Dependent Women.

Wellbank, K. (2007) Incorporating the Sanctuary Model at Interim House, The Source 16(1):15-16. The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center, 2007

Hogue, J. (2007) Vinita Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center and the Sanctuary Model®, The Source 16(1):17. The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center, 2007.

Therapeutic Community

Bloom, S. L. and Norton, K. (Eds) (2004) Special Section on The Therapeutic Community in the 21st Century. Psychiatric Quarterly 75 (3): 229-231

Haigh, R. & Tucker, S.(2004) Democratic Development Of Standards: The Community Of Communities—A Quality Network Of Therapeutic Communities. Psychiatric Quarterly 75(3): 263-277.

Kennard, D. (2004). The Therapeutic Community As An Adaptable Treatment Modality Across Different Settings. Psychiatric Quarterly 75(3): 295-307.

Lees, J., Manning, N., Rawling, B. (2004). A Culture of Enquiry: Research Evidence and the Therapeutic Community. Psychiatric Quarterly 75(3): 279-294

Norton, K. and Bloom, S. L. (2004). The Art And Challenges Of Long-Term And Short-Term Democratic Therapeutic Communities. In Special Section on the Therapeutic Community in the 21st Century. Psychiatric Quarterly 75(3): 249-261

Whitely, S. (2004). The Evolution of The Therapeutic Community. Psychiatric Quarterly 75(3): 233-248.

Vicarious Trauma

Bloom, S. L. (1999). So What About Us? E-Mail From America. The Psychotherapy Review 1(4): 8-164-165

Bloom, S. L. (2003) Caring for the Caregiver: Avoiding and Treating Vicarious Traumatization. In A. Giardino, E. Datner and J. Asher (Eds.), Sexual Assault: Victimization Across the Lifespan. Maryland Heights, MO: GW Medical Publishing. (pp. 459-470)

Bloom, S. L. (1995) The Germ Theory Of Trauma: The Impossibility of Ethical Neutrality. (1995) B.H. Stamm, (Ed). Secondary Traumatic Stress: Self Care Issues for Clinicians, Researchers and Educators. Sidran Foundation. (pp: 257-276).

Trauma and the Arts

Bloom, S. L. (2010) Bridging the Black Hole of Trauma: The Evolutionary Significance of the Arts. Psychotherapy and Politics International 8(3): pp.

Bloom, S. L. (in press) Bridging the Black Hole of Trauma: The Evolutionary Significance of the Arts, Part 2