Talia Weiner, LPC, Ph.D.
Course Sections and Syllabi
Spring 2020 Sections
- PSYC-3150 (Abnormal Psychology) Section: E01
- PSYC-4350 (Culture and Psychology) Section: E04
- PSYC-7810D (Research Workshop 1) Section: 01
Weiner, T. (2020). The Recuperation of Moral Agency through Structural Erasure in Clinical Social Workers’ Accounts of Career Path and Treatment Decisions. Smith College Studies in Social Work.(Special Issue: “Social Class and Social Work Practice)
Weiner, T. (2019). Billable Services and the ‘Therapeutic Fee’: On the Work of Disavowal of Political Economy and its Re-emergence in Clinical Practice. Anthropological Quarterly, 92(3). (Special Collection: “Remuneration in an Unequal World”)
Weiner, T. (2011). The (Un)managed Self: Paradoxical Forms of Agency in Self-Management of Bipolar Disorder. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 35, pp. 448–483.
Cohler, B. & Weiner, T. (2011). The Inner Fortress: Symptom and Meaning in Asperger’s Syndrome. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 31(3), pp. 208–221.
Weiner, T. (2005-2006). Walking After Midnight: Linda Mae, Homeless at Seventy-one. Salt, 61-62, pp. 106- 110. (Visual ethnography published by the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Portland, ME)