Here is a partial bibliography of articles I have written. Some of them are available for download here, some at Academia. edu.
Hycner, R., & Jacobs, L. (1995). The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy: A Dialogic/Self-psychological Approach. Highland, NY: Gestalt Journal Press.
Jacobs, L. (1988). It’s Not Easy to Be a Field Theorist: Commentary on Cartesian and Post-Cartesian Trends in Relational Psychoanalysis. past and present, 3. for on-line journal, Gestalt!
Jacobs, L. (1989). Dialogue in Gestalt theory and therapy. Gestalt Journal, 12(1), 25-67.
Jacobs, L. (1992). Insights from psychoanalytic self psychology and intersubjectivity theory for Gestalt therapists. Gestalt Journal, 15(2), 25-60.
Jacobs, L. (1996). Shame in the therapeutic dialogue The Voice of Shame: Silence and Connection in Psychotherapy (pp. 297-314).
Jacobs, L. (1998). Optimal responsiveness and intersubjective relating. Optimal Responsiveness: How Therapists Heal Their Patients, ed. HA Bacal. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, 191-212.
Jacobs, L. (2000). Respectful Dialogues. interview in British Gestalt Journal, 9(2), 105-116.
Jacobs, L. (2001). Pathways to a relational worldview. In M. Goldfried (Ed.), How therapists change: Personal and professional reflections (pp. 271-288). Washington, DC: APA.
Jacobs, L. (2003). Comment 4: Being a Repeat, Repeating Being. INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL, 26(1), 38-45.
Jacobs, L. (2003). Differing Views on Implications of a Relational Self: Book Review of P. Philippson, 2001. INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL, 26(1), 137-148.
Jacobs, L. (2004). Ethics of Context and Field: The Practices of Care, Inclusion and Openness to Dialogue. In R. Lee (Ed.), Values of connection: A relational approach to ethics (pp. 35-56). Hillsdale, NJ: Gestalt Press/Analytic Press.
Jacobs, L. (2005). For whites only. In T. Levine Bar-Yoseph (Ed.), The bridge: Dialogues across cultures (pp. 225-244). New Orleans: Gestalt Institute Press.
Jacobs, L. (2005). The inevitable intersubjectivity of selfhood. INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL, 28(1), 43-70.
Jacobs, L. (2006). Musings of a Master: Erv Polster in interview with Lynne Jacobs Recorded at the GANZ Conference, Melbourne, September 8th, . Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand, 3(2), 8.
Jacobs, L. (2006). That Which Enables-Support as Complex and Contextually Emergent. BRITISH GESTALT JOURNAL, 15(2), 10.
Jacobs, L. (2006). Phenomenological Psychology Redux: Book Review of E. Spinelli, 2005. INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL, 29(1), 145.
Jacobs, L. (2007). From the Couch: Trauma and Recovery after Analytic Impingement. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 2(4), 405-422.
Jacobs, L. (2008). Dialogue, Confirmation, and the Good. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 3(4), 409-431.
Jacobs, L. (2009). From selfojects to dialogue: A Journey through the Intersubjective Field. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1159(1 Self and Systems Explorations in Contemporary Self Psychology), 106-121.
Jacobs, L. (2009). Relationality: Foundational assumptions. In D. a. W. Ullman, G. (Ed.), Cocreating the field: Intention and practice in the age of complexity. New York: Gestalt Press/Routledge.
Jacobs, L. (2010). Speaking Evocatively: Prose and wisdom of Erv and Miriam Polster. Gestalt Review, 14(2).
Jacobs, L. (2010). Truth or what matters: Commentary on paper by Philip A. Ringstrom. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 20(2), 224-230.
Jacobs, L. (2011). Embodied, Whole Conversation: Thoughts Stimulated by Reading Speaking the Unspeakable: 'The Implicit,' Traumatic Living Memory, and the Dialogue of Metaphors, by Donna M. Orange. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 6(2), 207-213.
Jacobs, L. (2012). Critiquing projection: supporting dialogue in a post-Cartesian world1. Gestalt Therapy: Advances in Theory and Practice, 59.
Jacobs, L., & Hycner, R. (Eds.). (2009). Relational Approaches in Gestalt Therapy. New York: GestaltPress and Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
Jacobs, L. (2014). "Circumstance of Birth: Life on the Color Line." Psychoanalytic Inquiry 34(7): 746-758.
Jacobs, L. M. (2014). "Learning to Love White Shame and Guilt: Skills for Working as a White Therapist in a Racially Divided Country." International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 9(4): 297-312.