Lalangue, Sinthome, Jouissance, and Nomination. A Reading Companion and Commentary on Lacan’s Seminar XXIII on theSinthome. London: Karnac


Going Beyond Castration in the Graph of Desire. Co-authored with Magdalena Romanowicz. The Letter. Irish Journal of Lacanian Psychoanalysis, 58 Spring 2015, Pages 31-58


How Could Lacanian Theory Contribute to DSM V? Discussion of Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder and the Controversy around Grief versus Clinical Depression. Co-authored with Magdalena Romanowicz. Published in the European Journal of Psychoanalysis.


The Aim and End of Analysis in the Lacanian School. Published in the European Journal of Psychoanalysis.


The Signifier Pointing at the Moon. Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism. London: Karnac


The Emptiness of Oedipus. Identification and Non-Identification in Psychoanalysis. Routledge: London and New York.


Lacanian and Zen Buddhist Meditations. In: Tra Sogni Del Buddha E Risvegli Di Freud ("Between Dreams of the Buddha and Awakenings of Freud"). Edited by Anthony Molino. Arpanet: Milan, 2010


Magritte, The Object of Art, and Lacan's Three Dimensions of Experience.

From Idealization to Sublimation, From Resemblance to Similitude, From the Id to It. Psychoanalytic Review, 96(5), October 2009


Evolving Lacanian Perspectives for Clinical Psychoanalysis. On Narcissism, Sexuation, and the Phases/Faces of Analysis in Contemporary Culture. London: Karnac, 2008


The Partial Object, the Ideal Ego, the Ego Ideal, and the Empty Subject. Four degrees of differentiation within narcissism. The Psychoanalytic Review. Volume 93, 2006.



Lacanian Perspectives on Psychoanalytic Supervision. Published in 2006 by Psychoanalytic Psychology, the journal of division 39 of the American Psychological Association



Love, Transference, and the Emptiness of the Agalma. International Journal of Lacanian Studies. Other Press and Karnac Books. New York and London.



Zen practice and the practice of Lacanian analysis. In: Buddhism and Psychoanalysis: A Creative Dialogue. Wisdom Books. Edited by Jeremy Safran. Commentary by Michael Guy Thompson, Ph.D.



The Configurations of Sexual Difference across the Real, Symbolic and Imaginary. Published  in the Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society. Kent State University.



Review of the book "The Couch and the Tree." European Journal of Psychoanalysis.


The Concept of God in Buddhism. Chilean Buddhist Magazine "Siddharta."



Interview for Chilean and Argentinean Magazine Uno Mismo. Where Bridges are Possible: The Case of a Zen Priest who is also a Lacanian Analyst.


The Cultural and Epistemological Structure of Psychoanalysis. Published in: Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology. CourseWise Publishing, Iowa . Edited by Kathleen J. Sexton Radek.



Psychoanalysis and Postmodern Spirituality. This paper appeared in the Fall 1998 issue of The Journal of the Center for Psychoanalysis and Culture at Kent State University.



Freud's concept of drive, desire and nirvana. Published in Umbra, the journal of the Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture, New York State University at Buffalo.


The Cultural and Epistemological Structure of Psychoanalysis. This paper was published in the journal of the American Psychological Association, Psychoanalytic Psychology. Vol 15, number 2. This paper was also presented at George Washington University in Washington D.C. as part of an international conference on psychoanalysis, gender, race and social change.


True subject is no-subject: the imaginary, symbolic and real in Lacanian psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism. This paper appeared in the Fall 1998 issue of Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought.



Principles of Lacanian Clinical Practice. Co-author with Roberto Harari, Ph.D. This paper was presented at the Freud Seminar of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (5/94) and published in 1997 for the first issue of The journal of the Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis.



On the Real and Symbolic in Lacan, Zen and Kabbalah. This paper was presented at the March, 1993 Symposium of the San Francisco Society for Lacanian Studies and published in in the Fall 98 issue of The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion.