Jennifer M. Sandoval, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Two office locations: 
520 S Grand Ave, Suite 671 Los Angeles CA 90071
305 N Harbor Blvd, Suite 317 Fullerton, CA 92832
657-217-1141 (call or text)
  

Resources for Clinicians

Racial Microaggressions, Whiteness, and Feminist Therapy (Silvia L. Mazzula & Kevin L. Nadal (2015) Women & Therapy, 38:3-4, 308-326)

Unpacking the White Privilege Knapsack (Peggy McIntosh, 1990)

Racial Battle Fatigue (William A. Smith, Walter R. Allen and Lynette L. Danley, American Behavioral Scientist 2007 51: 551)

Microaggression Experiences and Related Health Stress (Hall, Joanne M. & Fields, Becky (2015) Global Qualitative Nursing Research 1–14)

Racial Battle Fatigue and the MisEducation of Black Men (Smith, William A., Hung, Man & Franklin, Jeremy D. (2011) The Journal of Negro Education 80(1), 63-82)

UConn RACIAL/ ETHNIC STRESS & TRAUMA SURVEY (UnRESTS)

Whiteness as Pathological Narcissism (Arianne E. Miller, M.A. & Lawrence Josephs, Ph.D. (2009). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 45:93-119)
Attacks on Linking (from SECOND THOUGHTS, W. R. Bion, published by Karnac, pages 93 - 109)
The Dead Mother in Green, Andre (1986). On Private Madness. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc. 
Excursion on the Sick Soul in Giegerich, Wolfgang (2012). What Is Soul? New Orleans, LA: Spring Journal, Inc.
The Psychological I in Giegerich, Wolfgang (2012). What Is Soul? New Orleans, LA: Spring Journal, Inc.
Hate in the Counter-transference WINNICOTT, D. W. (1994). The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 3(4), 348–356.

The Management of Affect Storms in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of Borderline Patients Kernberg, O. F. (2003). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 51(2), 517–545.

An Overview of Countertransference with Borderline Patients GABBARD, G. O. (1993). The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 2(1), 7–18.

The Abject Self: Self States of Relentless Despair Adams, Kathleen. (2011). International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(3), 332–364.

Whose Bad Objects Are We Anyway?: Repetition and Our Elusive Love Affair with Evil. Davies, J. M. (2004). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14(6), 711-732.

The wings of Icarus: Illusion and the problem of narcissism. Mitchell, S. A. (1986). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 22(1), 107-132.

Daimonic elements in early trauma. Kalsched, D. E. (2003). The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 48(2), 145–169; discussion 191-199, 201–205.
The mirror and the mask: On narcissism and psychoanalytic growth. Bromberg, P. M. (1983). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 19(2), 359-387.
Excerpt: on Curiosity from Hillman, J. (1994). Insearch: Psychology and Religion (2nd ed.). Spring Publications, Inc.