Carol Tosone is Associate Professor of Social Work and recipient of the NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. Tosone, who joined the School of Social Work faculty in 1993, is a Distinguished Scholar in Social Work in the National Academies of Practice in Washington, D.C. In 2007, Dr. Tosone was selected for a Fulbright Senior Specialist Award for teaching and research at the Hanoi University of Education in Vietnam. She also taught as Distinguished Visiting Lydia Rappaport Professor at Smith College for Social Work in 2004. Dr. Tosone completed her psychoanalytic training at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, where she was the recipient of the Postgraduate Memorial Award.
Prior to her appointment at NYU, Dr. Tosone was Assistant Professor of Social Work in Psychiatry at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Clinical Social Work Journal and serves on the editorial boards of Social Work in Mental Health, Social Work in Health Care, Psychoanalytic Social Work, Psychoanalytic Perspectives, and the online journal, Beyond the Couch.
Dr. Tosone is also the author of numerous professional articles and book chapters, and co-editor of two books Love and Attachment: Contemporary Issues and Treatment Considerations and Doing More with Less: Using Long-term Skills in Short-term Treatment. She has also served as the executive producer and writer of educational and community service media, including Why Am I Here?: Engaging the Reluctant Client; Feel Free to Feel Better: FEMA Trauma Training; and Rewarding Challenges: Social Work with Older Adults. Dr. Tosone has been quoted or cited in many newspapers and magazines as an expert on trauma, and women’s issues. Since joining the NYU faculty, Dr. Tosone has delivered over 100 professional papers and presentations in academic, medical, and mental health settings in the United States, as well as international venues in Asia, Europe and South America.
- Dane, B., Tosone, C. & Wolson, A. (Eds.) (2001). Doing more with less: Using long term skills in short-term psychotherapy. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson.
- Tosone, C. & Aiello, T. (Eds). (1999). Love and attachment: Contemporary issues and treatment considerations. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
- England, S., Ganzer, S., Perez Foster, R., & Tosone, C. (2006). The speech of the suffering soul: Four readings of William Styron’s Darkness Visible. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 13(1), 1-19.
- Tosone, C. (2006). Therapeutic intimacy: A post-9/11 perspective. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 76(4), 89-98.
- Rosenthal Gelman, C. & Tosone, C. (2006). Making it real: Enhancing curriculum delivery through the use of student-generated training videos. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 24(1), 37-52.
- Tosone, C. (2006). Living everyday lies: The experience of self. Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(3), 335-348.
- Tosone, C. (2004). Relational Social Work: Honoring the tradition. Smith College Studies in Social Work. 74(3), 475-487.
- Tosone, C., Rosenthal Gelman, C., McVeigh, L. (2005). Through their own eyes: A media-based group approach to adolescent trauma. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 55(3), 415-431.
- Tosone, C. (2005). The guijin therapist and the nature of therapeutic truth: A relational perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33(1), 9-19.
- Tosone, C., et al. (2003). Shared trauma: Group reflections on the September 11th disaster. Psychoanalytic Social Work. 10 (1): 57-77.
- Tosone, C. (1999). Asian women in the mental health profession: Adapting to the ways of the west. Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy, 16 (2): 299-306.
- Tosone, C., Crits-Christoph, P. & Luborsky, L. (1999). Interpretation in short-term therapy: The role of level of patient functioning. Journal of Analytic Social Work, 6 (3/4), 113-129.
- Tosone, C. (1998). Interpretation: Evolution of a concept and technique. Journal of Analytic Social Work, 5 (3), 1-23.
- Tosone, C. (1998). Revisiting the ‘myth’ of feminine masochism. Clinical Social Work Journal, 26 (4), 413-426.
- Tosone, C. (1997). Countertransference and clinical social work supervision: Contributions and considerations. The Clinical Supervisor, 16 (2), 17-32.
- Tosone, C. (1997). Sándor Ferenczi: Forerunner of modern short-term psychotherapy. Journal of Analytic Social Work, 4 (3), 23-41.
- Tosone, C. (in press). Psychodynamic group work. In A. Gitterman and R. Salmon (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Work with Groups. New York: Columbia University Press.
- England, S., Ganzer, C. & Tosone, C. (in press). Transcendence through tragedy: Sylvia Plath and the perfection of selfhood. In H. Clark (Ed.), Depression narratives. New York: SUNY Press.
- Tosone, C. (2005). The Nemesis within: Women, relationship addiction, and the moral defence. In D. Scharff and J.S.Scharff (Eds.), The legacy of Fairbairn and Sutherland. London: Routledge.
- Tosone, C. and Bialkin, L. (2003). The Impact of Mass Violence and Secondary Trauma in Clinical Practice. In.L.A. Straussner and N. Phillips (Eds), Social Work with Victims of Mass Violence. Tosone, C. (2001).
- Women and Relationship Addiction. In L.A. Straussner and S. Brown (Eds.), The handbook of women’s addiction treatment: Theory and practice. New York: Jossey Bass Publisher
- Tosone, C. (2001). Short-Term Psychodynamic Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. In B. Dane. C. Tosone, and A. Wolson (Eds.), Doing more with less: Using long-term skills in short-term psychotherapy. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson.
- Tosone, C. (1999). Illusion, disillusion and reality in romantic love. In C. Tosone and T. Aiello (Eds.), Love and attachment: Contemporary issues and treatment considerations (pp. 3-24). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
Rosenthal Gelman, C. (Executive Producer/Writer/Narrator
/Supervisor), Tosone, C. (Executive Producer/Writer), & McVeigh, L. (Executive Producer). (2006). Rewarding Challenges: Social Work with Older Adults [Training Video/DVD]. United States: New York University.
- Rosenthal Gelman, C. (Executive Producer), Tosone, C. (Executive Producer), McVeigh, L. (Executive Producer), & Roach, A. (Director/Producer). (2005). No Periods, Only Commas [Community Service Media]. United States: New York University.
- Tosone, C. (Writer/Associate Producer/On Screen Supervisor), McVeigh, L. (Director/Executive Producer), & Rosenthal Gelman, C. (Writer/Associate Producer) (2003). Feel Free to Feel Better [Training Video]. United States: Project Liberty Federal Emergency Management Agency.
- Rosenthal Gelman, C. (Writer/Executive Producer) McVeigh, L. (Director/Producer), Tosone, C. (Writer/Executive Producer/Narrator/On Screen Supervisor). (2002). Why Am I Here: Engaging the Reluctant Client [Training Video] United States: Council on Social Work Education.