Publications:

 

 Books

 

subjective darkness: depression as a loss of connection, narrative, meaning, and the capacity for self-representation

Friedson, M. (2017). Subjective Darkness: Depression as a loss of connection, narrative, meaning, and the capacity for self-representation. Rowman & Littlefield and Lexington Books. Lanham: MD.

 

Articles

Necrophilic Tendencies in Schizophrenia Treatment: Destroying Our Humanity One Behavioral Plan at a Time

Friedson, M. (2019). Necrophilic tendencies in schizophrenia treatment: Destroying our humanity one behavioral plan at a time. Putting Society on the Couch: Fromm Forum (English Edition – ISSN 1437-1189), 23 / 2019 (Special Issue), Tuebingen (Selbstverlag), Germany.

 

Psychotherapy and the fundamentalist client: the aims and challenges of treating jehovah's witnesses

Friedson, M. (2014). Psychotherapy and the fundamentalist client: The aims and challenges of treating Jehovah’s Witnesses. Journal of Religion & Health, 53(5), 1-22. DOI 10.1007/s10943-014-9946-8

 

subjective darkness: depression as a disintegration of meaning in the core narrative

Friedson, M. (2013). Subjective darkness: Depression as a disintegration of meaning in the core narrative. Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations, & Interventions 3(2), 1-28