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Selected Publications and Presentations

Psychotherapy Theory and Practice

  • “Birth Order and Liberation in Marital Relationships.” Presentation, Poetry Science Talks, New York, NY, 2/8/07.
  • “Yoga Psychotherapy.” Presentation, Joshua’s Place, Southampton, NY, 11/29/06.
  • “Using Psychotherapy for Spiritual Development.” Presentation, Joshua’s Place, Southampton, NY, 9/17/06.
  • “Dualism, Psychosynthesis and Yoga Psychotherapy.” Presentation, The Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy, Fifth Annual Conference on Spirituality, Psychotherapy and Healing: Is Spirituality Necessary for Psychological Healing? New York, NY, 5/14/05.
  • “Healing.” Presentation, Poetry Science Talks, New York, NY, 2/6/03.
  • “Hallucinogen Research and Practice.” Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Hospital and Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY, 10/9/97.
  • “The Use of Hallucinogens with the Dying.” Grand Rounds, Pain Management Service, Department of Neurology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, 9/21/95.

Public Policy Research and Analysis

  • “The Ten Lessons of Psychedelic Psychotherapy, Rediscovered.” In Winkelman, M. and Roberts, T. (Eds.), Psychedelic Medicine: New Evidence for Hallucinogens as Treatments. New York: Praeger, 2007.
  • “bin Laden, Katzinski and the ‘Borgification’ of Humanity.” Presentation, The Carriage House Talks, New York, NY, 12/6/01.
  • “How The Internet Will Forever Change Work.” Invited address, American Management Association Conference on Human Resources Management, New York, NY, 4/5/98.
  • Rescheduling Psilocybin: A Review of the Clinical Research. Affidavit, Municipal/Superior Court of the State of California, County of Santa Cruz, Case No. S5-04887, 12/95.
  • “Regulating Psychedelic Drugs” (panel chair). (A.T. Shulgin, C. Grob, and R. Doblin, panelists.) Ninth International Conference on Drug Policy Reform, Drug Policy Foundation. Santa Monica, CA, 10/20/95.
  • “The Democratization of Expertise: The Security and Ethics of Public-Private Partnership.” Invited address, The President’s Cancer Panel Meeting: The Information Superhighway: What Does It Mean For Cancer? University of Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland, 9/15/95.
  • “Financing Mental Health: Patterns of funding and the Analysis of Costs and Benefits in Services Delivery at the State and Local Levels,” Presentation, Chronic Mental Patients in the Community conference, Harvard University Center for Policy and Management and Stanford University Center for the Advanced Study of Behavioral Science, 10/3/82.
  • “Mental Health Service Delivery Systems: Social and Policy Issues.” Presentation, The Chronically Mentally Ill: Dilemmas and New Approaches conference, The Carrier Foundation, Princeton, NJ, 9/28/82.
  • “The Provision of Mental Health Services to Victims.” Presentation, Eighth Annual North American Victim Services Conference, Las Vegas, NV, 9/9/82.
  • “Implementing Section 455 of the Public Health Service Law Prevention and Promotion of Mental Health.” Commissioned review paper, National Institute of Mental Health, 4/1/82.

Innovation, Research Utilization, and Resistance to Change

  • “Collaborative Systems and Innovation: Formal Process, Virtual Organization.” Panelist, Leadership and Innovation Teleconference, The Concours Group, 4/17/01.
  • Interviews with the Future: A Virtual Roundtable. Featuring John Seely Brown (Xerox chief scientist and director, Xerox PARC), Kevin Kelly (executive editor, Wired), and Andy Klein (founder, Spring Street Brewing and Wit Capital). (NY: BusinessTech, 1996).
  • “Managing the Impact of Change on Individuals.” Presentation, The Conference Board 1995 Conference on Managing Change: Change Leaders, Chicago, Illinois, 10/12/95.
  • “Implementing Managerial and Technological Innovation” (panel chair). Conference on the Impact of Science and the Professions in the Information Age, jointly sponsored by the U. of Pittsburgh and The Society for Knowledge Utilization and Planned Change, Pittsburgh, PA, 10/10/87.
  • “The Utilization of Policy Research.” In S. Nagel (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Policy Studies. NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1983, pp. 93-115 (with R.F. Rich).
  • “Competing Conceptions of Utilization: Perspectives of State Program Stakeholders.” Paper, Joint Meeting of the Evaluation Research Society and the Evaluation Network, Baltimore, MD, 10/30/82.
  • “The Utilization of Evaluation Research in Community Mental Health Centers.” Commissioned review paper, National Institute of Mental Health, 6/82.
  • “The Management and Utilization of R&D.” Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization, V. 3, N.3, 3/82, pp. 415-436 (with R.F. Rich).
  • “The Utilization of Research.” Presentation, Science and Society Committee, New York Academy of Sciences, 11/18/81.
  • “The Myth of ‘Rational’ Decision Making in an Open Organizational System.” Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Evaluation Research Society, Austin, TX, 10/2/81.

Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D.
Sag Harbor (Long Island), NY
New York (Lower Manhattan), NY


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