Moshe Lang family therapist clinical psychologist and author

Key Publication: Holocaust Survivors & Families

Part IV: Generation to Generation (pp. 183-233), from:
Lang, M. & Lang, T. (2007). Resilience: Timeless Stories of a Family Therapist (revised ed.). Melbourne, Australia: PsychOz Publications.
previous & alternate editions


Other Publications: Holocaust Survivors & Families

Journal Articles / Chapters

Lang, M. & Zeleznikow, J. (1989) Separation Crises and the Holocaust. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 10(1), 31-33.
publications in response

Lang, M. & Stagoll, B. (1989). Holocaust Conference, Melbourne, 5 August, 1988.  Australia and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 10(1), 53-54.

Lang, M. (1994). The Long Shadow. Generation: a journal of Australian Jewish life, thought & community, 4(1), 22-49.
invited commentaries

Lang, M. (1995). Silence: Therapy with Holocaust Survivors and their Families. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 16(1), 1-10.
invited commentaries

Lang, M. (1995). The Shadow of Evil. The Family Therapy Networker, Sept-Oct. ed., 54-67.

Lang,  M. (1998). After the Holocaust: Therapy with Survivors and their Families. In U.P. Gielen & A.L. Comunian (Eds.), The Family and Family Therapy in International Perspective (pp. 314-354).  Trieste, Italy: Edizioni LINT Trieste.

Lang M. (2002). ‘Then and Now’: How being Jewish has influenced my work as a Psychotherapist.  Psychotherapy in Australia, 8(3), 22-28.

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