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.