Professional Experience

Teaching Experience

 

2012 -- present:  New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Relational Track. 

1998 – present:  private study groups including: 1) Ferenczi and the British Independents; 2) Heidegger’s Being and Time;

3) Levinas; 4) Wittgenstein; 5) Current psychoanalytic journals.

 

1998 – present: Workshops worldwide.  See details below.

 

2000 – present: courses at the Institute for Specialization in the Psychoanalytic Study of the Self and Relational Psychoanalysis (ISIPSé), Rome.

 

1994 – present: courses at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (IPSS), New York, including “Intersubjectivity: Theory and Clinical Applications” and “Philosophical Issues and Psychoanalysis.”

 

1984: Adjunct Instructor in Psychology, St. Johns University, Staten Island.

 

1983 – 1985: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Mercy College.

 

1983 – 1985: Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, College of New Rochelle.

 

1978 – 1982: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Seattle University

 

1974 – 1976: Instructor in Philosophy, Fort Wright College

 

1973 – 1974: Instructor in Philosophy, Marylhurst College

 

1967 – 1972: grades 6 – 8, elementary schools in Oregon

 

 

Clinical Experience

 

1987 – present: private practice of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and psychoanalytic supervision

 

1992 – 2004: Supervisor, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University

 

1988 – 1990: Staff psychotherapist, Institute for the Performing Artist, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NY

 

1987 – 1988: Staff psychologist, Elizabeth General Medical Center

 

1985 – 1987: School psychologist, Board of Education, New York City

 

1984 – 1988: Staff psychotherapist, New Hope Guild, Brooklyn, NY




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