Dr. Zieman has conducted numerous research studies which have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, he as published two books and several manuals.
Supplemental Psychology Textbook
Dr. Zieman published a psychotherapy casebook (Untreed Reads, San Francisco, 2012) for use in introductory psychology courses as a stimulus for student interests in psychotherapy and clinical psychology careers.
The text is based on Dr. Zieman’s decades of cross-cultural work, which began during his first clinical psychology position as an itinerant psychologist serving the Hispanic villages and Indian reservations of western and northern New Mexico. His clinical projects since have taken him to Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, the aboriginal outback of Australia, American Samoa, and the Fiji Islands. Additionally, he lived on two U.S. Army bases in Germany for a mental health project serving the families of soldiers returning from war deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The casebook presents seventeen challenging (clinically and ethically) psychotherapy cases which illustrate cross-cultural factors and different psychotherapy techniques.
Upcoming Novel Series
Dr. Zieman is concluding work on a psychological suspense novel to be part of a set: The Dr. Q Divorce Thriller Series.
The judges of Santa Fe, New Mexico order their most twisted divorces—the nefarious, the bizarre, the aberrant—into psychological evaluation by William Quetzer, Ph.D. With therapist colleague Dr. Rita—and despite unscrupulous lawyers—Dr. Q untangles the serpentine and the peculiar.
The series features richly developed characters—Drs. Q and Rita with their cynical receptionist Carmen plus Detectives Rudy and Meg of the SFPD. Together they ferret out psychological depravities and illicit divorce ploys which baffle the Court.