Publications discuss Dr. Eskin’s work with survivors of the holocaust, medical illness, ambiguous loss and the impact of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on family members. Publications are as follows:
- (2011) “Ladies in Waiting: A Group Intervention for Families Coping with Deployed Soldiers”, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy”, NY, NY.
- (2010) “When A Parent is Serving in the Armed Forces: The Impact of Waiting, Knowing and Not Knowing On Maternal Function”, The International Journal of Infant Observation, London, England.
- (2002) “Ambiguous Loss: Mourning Uncertain Death or Chronic Illness”. Social Work Today.
- (1995) “The Impact of Parental Communication of Holocaust Related Trauma on Children of Holocaust Survivors and Second Generation”. In J. Lemberger (Ed.), A Global Perspective on Working with Holocaust Survivors and Second Generation. JDC-Brookdale Institute of Gerontology and Human Development, Jerusalem, Israel.
- (1992) “Holocaust Survivors Facing Medical Illness and Hospitalization”. Social Work in Health Care, 18 (1).
- (1991) “Clinical Issues in Working with Holocaust Survivors Facing Medical Illness”. Met Chapter forum, New York Society of Clinical Social Work Psychotherapists.