Steven A. Foreman, M.D.

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   San Francisco,

   California, 94118

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Foreman, S.A., Breaking The Spell, Understanding Why Kids Do the Very Thing That Drives You Crazy, SF Press, San Francisco, 2009.

Foreman, S.A., Gibbins, J.D., Grienenberger, J., & Berry, J., Developing Methods to Study Child Psychotherapy Using New Scales of Therapeutic Alliance and Progressiveness, Psychotherapy Research, 10(4) 450-461, 2000.

Foreman, S.A., The Significance of Turning Passive into Active in Control Mastery Theory, The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 5:106-121, 1996.

Foreman, S.A., The Difficult Couple, in Hilda Kessler (Ed.), Treating Couples,  Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 165-188, 1996.

Foreman, S.A., The Theory, Research Findings, and Clinical Application of the Work of the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group, in B. Boothe, R. Hirsig, A.  Hilminger, B.Meier, & R. Volkart (Eds.), PerceptionEvaluation, Interpretation.  Swiss monographs in   Psychology, Volume 3. Lewiston, NY: Hogrefe & Huber, 1994.

Foreman, S.A. & Marmar, C.R., Therapist Actions Which Address Initially Poor Therapeutic Alliances in Psychotherapy, American Journal of Psychiatry, 48:8, August, 922-926,1985.

Goldman, H.H. & Foreman, S.A., Psychiatric Diagnosis and Psychosocial Formulation, in H.H. Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Los Altos, 139-150, 1984

Foreman, S.A., Child Psychotherapy:  The Contribution of Control Mastery Theory, Unpublished.