Presentations

Dr. Mazzella has been a keynote speaker, presenter, and lecturer at numerous conferences and institutions across the country, speaking on topics such as working with borderline personality disorder, narcissistic rage, and child-adolescent therapy.

Keynote Speaker/Lector                                                                                 

Reducing Non-adherence to Dialysis:A Psychodynamic Intervention.
NKF 2015 Spring Clinical Meeting, Dallas, Texas, opening night presentation, 2015

Grandiosity & Omnipotence to Loss & Self-Reflection: Treatment of a Narcissistically Disturbed Patient
IPTAR Community presentation, 2015

Working with the Challenging (Narcissistically Disturbed) Non-adherent Patient:
IPTAR Speakers Bureau presentation at the Freelances Union, 2015

The Application of a Psychodynamic Intervention to Decrease Non-adherence to Medical or Psychological Treatment.
The Metropolitan Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists, 2015

End Stage Renal Disease & Non-adherence to Hemodialysis: Evaluation of a Psychodynamic Intervention
Council of Nephrology Social Workers, 2011

An Empirical Study of Treatment Outcome in Child-Adolescent Therapy.
Cancelmo, J., Frosch, A., Mazzella, A., Greenblatt, R., et. al. IPTAR Investigative Psychoanalytic Series, 2004

Psychosocial Factors in Treating the Depressed Renal Patient.
Keynote speaker, Council of Nephrology Social Workers, 2003.

Psychosocial Factors in Treating the Renal Patient.
Annual Kidney & Urology Foundation of America, La Guardia Marriott Hotel, 2002

Other Presentations                                                                                          

Some Thoughts on the Development of the Capacity for Symbolization: Movement from Concrete to Symbolic Thinking with an Explosive Patient

Loss Of The Good Object: A Clinical Problem And A Technical Approach


Past Is Present And Present Is Past: A Clinical Approach To Working With Borderline Personality Disorder

Dysregulation to Regulation: Working with Borderline Personality Disorder

Working on the Border: The Treatment of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder

Addiction, Personality Disorders and Narcissistic Rage: Theoretical & Clinical Considerations

Severe Mental Illness, Addiction & Narcissistic Rage

The Almost Untreatable Medical Patient: A Psychodynamic Perspective

Self-Sabotage and Self-Injury:  A Theoretical & Clinical Perspective

The Challenging Nonadherent Patient: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations

Working with the Depressed Aging Population: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations

The Challenging Nonadherent Child and Adolescent: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations