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FACULTY


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Ahlskog, Gary. STM, PhD. Practicing Psychoanalyst and New York State Certified Psychologist. Senior Member, NPAP; Director, Pastoral Counseling Training Program, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health; Co-Director, Doctor of Ministry Program, Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion; Lecturer in Psychiatry and Religion, Union Theological Seminary; former Director, Theodor Reik Consultation Center; former President, NPAP Training Institute.


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Barnett, Alan J. PhD, Clinical Psychology. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Faculty, Supervising and Training Analyst, NPAP. Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review. Member: NPAP, NAAP, APA Division of Psychoanalysis.

Bass, Alan. Practicing Psychoanalyst. PhD, Comparative Literature, Johns Hopkins. Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty, NPAP, IPTAR, NY Freudian Society. Member, IPA. Graduate Faculty, Psycho-analytic Studies, The New School for Social Research. Author of Difference and Disavowal: The Trauma of Eros, articles, reviews, translations.

Bass-Wichelhaus, Helene. MSW, PhD, Psychoanalysis. Practicing Psychoanalyst, individual, group and children. Senior Member, NPAP; Director, Child Development Research: International Study of Organized Persecution of Children; Co-Chair, Kestenberg Holocaust Memorial Lecture, Training Institute for Mental Health; former Supervisor, Angelo J. Melillo Center for Mental Health; former Faculty, Adelphi University School of Social Work. Author of articles on child survivors of the Holocaust and on child development.

Benton, Robert J. PhD, Philosophy. Has taught at Wagner College; Queens College, CUNY; SUNY-Purchase; Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research and IEA. Member of APA, NAAP and author of a book and numerous articles on philosophy and psycho-analysis and the media. Private practice in Manhattan.

Bergson, Allen. Practicing Psychoanalyst. PhD, English Literature, University of California, Berkeley; MSW, Fordham University. Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP; Faculty and Supervisor, Harlem Family Institute; Member, CPP; Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP.

Bliss, John. LCSW CASAC, Practicing Psychoanalyst, Co-Founder Bliss-Poston The Second Wind Inc., a NYS licensed out patient substance abuse program. Member NPAP.

Brandt, Grace Louise. MA, Psychology; MSW; CSW. Training and Supervising Analyst, NPAP. Graduate of Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Faculty and Board of Trustees of Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Private practice in Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

Brenner, Maggie. Private Practice. MEd, Lesley University. Graduate work, Tavistock Institute, London, Child and Adolescent Training Pro-gram. Faculty, Supervisor, Training Analyst, Board of Trustees, NPAP. Faculty, Supervisor, Director of Education, Board of Directors, IEA. Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP. Faculty and Supervisor, New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence. Member, Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy.


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Chorny, Harold. PhD, Psychology. Training Analyst, NPAP, New York Freudian Society and the IPA. Private practice in Ulster County and New York City.

Cooper, Paul C. MS, NCPsyA. Member, training analyst, clinical supervisor and faculty, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis; Board of Directors, member and faculty, Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy; Advisory Board and Faculty, Harlem Family Institute; Faculty, Institute for Expressive Analysis, Editorial Board: Groundwater: Journal of Buddhism and Psychotherapy; author of numerous articles, and recipient of the 1996 NPAP Ernest Angel Award for "Affects and Self State: A Case Study on the Integration of Buddhist Analytical Meditation and Psychoanalysis"; His co-edited collection, Religion and Psychotherapy: Many Paths, One Journey, is currently in press. Paul Cooper maintains a private practice in Manhattan and Westchester.

Coopersmith, Sy. Member, NPAP Association Board of Directors; Past President, NPAP Association and Training Institute; Senior Member, Faculty, and Training Analyst, NPAP; Supervisor and former Director, Theodor Reik Consultation Center; practicing Psychoanalyst. EdD, Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University. Massachusetts Certified Psychologist; National Register, Health Service Providers in Psychology; Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP. Author of papers on per-versions, termination, HIV-positive psychotherapy, and the search for autonomy. Past President, CPP. Former member, Board of Directors, IFPE. Member, IPTAR, IPA.


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Dolber, Alan. PhD, Social Work. Psychoanalyst in private practice, New York City. Faculty, Supervisor, Training Analyst, NPAP and Metropolitan Institute. Co-director of Curriculum and Faculty of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP). Co-chair, Education Committee, Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (APSP).


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Edlow, Mary. LSCW, PhD, NYU. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Faculty, Supervisor, and Training Analyst, NPAP. Steering Committee, Neuropsychoanalytic Clinical Study Center of NPAP. Former Chair, Legislation Committee, NPAP.


Eigen, Michael. PhD. Author, The Sensitive Self, Rage, Ecstasy, The Psychoanalytic Mystic, Damaged Bonds, Toxic Nourishment, The Psychotic Core, Coming Through the Whirlwind, Reshaping the Self, Psychic Deadness, The Electrified Tightrope. Co-editor (with Marie Coleman Nelson), Evil: Self and Culture. Author of hundreds of papers in journals. State licensed psychologist and certified psychoanalyst (NAAP). Editor, The Psychoanalytic Review. Senior Member, Control/ Training Analyst, NPAP. Faculty and Supervisor, NYU Postdoctoral Program for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.

Entin, Alice. Practicing Psychoanalyst, MSW, NYU; Faculty, Training Analyst and Supervisor, NPAP. Faculty and Supervisor, Institute for Expressive Analysis.


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Feirstein, Frederick. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MA, NYU; Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP; Supervisor and Training Analyst, NPAP. Guggenheim Fellow in poetry; John Masefield Award in poetry; Office for Advanced Drama Research Award in playwriting. Poetry books published: Survivors, Manhattan Carnival, Fathering, Family History, City Life, Ending the 20th Century, New and Selected Poems. Numerous play productions in New York and in repertory companies. Psychoanalytic essays in such magazines as Partisan Review and Psycho-analytic Inquiry.

Friedman, Robert M. MSW. PhD in Philosophy. Psychoanalytic therapy with adults, children, and preschoolers; group therapist; hypnotherapist. Member: Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society, Center for the Advancement of Training in Clinical Hypnosis; Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review; Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. Former staff member at the Child Development Center and Child Guidance Institute of JBFCS. Author of articles on contemporary philosophy, child therapy, dream theory, male homosexuality, and gender development, trauma and dissociation, the integration of psychoanalysis and hypnosis.


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Gargiulo, Gerald J. PhD, Foundation House, Oxford, England. Practicing Psychoanalyst in Stamford, Connecticut and White Plains, New York. Former President, Training Institute of NPAP. Former Director, NPAP Training Institute; Member and Training Analyst, IPA. Member, American Psychoanalytic Association. Faculty, NPAP; Honorary Research Fellow, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, Kent University, Canterbury, England. Past President, International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education; Past President and Fellow, CPP. Editorial board. The Psychoanalytic Review, & Psychoanalytic Psychology. Radio show host, "The Psychotherapist's Corner." (Greenwich Ct. 2009). Author of over ninety publications on psychoanalytic theory and practice with a particular focus on the work of Donald Winnicott. Author, Co-editor: Soul on the Couch (1997). Author, "Psyche, Self and Soul" (2004), "Broken Fathers/Broken Sons" (2008). www.DrGargiulo.com

Gold, Joel Gavriele. Practicing Psychoanalyst and Certified Psychologist. PhD, Fordham, 1981. Senior Member and Control Analyst, NPAP. Formerly: Dean of Training, Treasurer, Corresponding and Recording Secretary; Chair, Standards and Ethics, Admissions, Membership Committees, NPAP. Former Board of Directors, Board of Mental Health & Family Law, NYS Bar and NYS Psychological Associations. Former Director, IEA. Recipient of a 1997 Gradiva Award. Articles on the use of dogs in psychoanalytic, play-therapy with children. Guest lecturer, Oxford University; the F.A. Institute, Stockholm; Charles University, Prague. Author, When Pets Come Between Partners: How To Keep Love and Romance in the Human/Animal Kingdom of Your Home.

Greenstadt, William M. PhD, Psychology. Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Former President, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, New York Freudian Society. Chairman, Inter-disciplinary Colloquium on Mythology and Psychoanalysis, New York Psychoanalytic Institute; former Faculty, IPTAR; former Associate Professor of School Psychology, The City College, CUNY. Member, IPA, and American Psychoanalytic Association. Faculty, Mount Sinai School of Medicine.


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Heimowitz, Dan. MSW. Fordham University. Social Work Supervisor, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Private Practice in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Faculty, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Herlands, Neil. MSW. New York University. Psychoanalyst and Psychotherapist in private practice. Member and Faculty, NPAP.  Author of clinical articles on psychoanalytic technique. Musician.

Holmes, James M. Licensed Psychoanalyst. DrPH, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University. Senior Member, faculty, supervisor, training analyst, former Board Member, NPAP.  Former Director, TRCC. NAAP certified. Faculty and supervisor, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (MITPP). Former faculty and supervisor, Blanton-Peale Institute. Taught social work research at Fordham University Graduate School of Social Services, and public health at Hunter College School of Health Sciences, CUNY (City University of New York), Brooklyn College, CUNY, and The New School for Social Research. Private practice in Manhattan.


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Igleheart, Hope. MA, Psychology. Psychoanalyst and Psychotherapist. Faculty, Supervisor, and Training Analyst, NPAP. Member of The New York Freudian Society and The International Psychoanalytic Association. Researcher and co-author of study on subliminal stimulation of symbiotic fantasies.


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Jacobs, Carl. D.Sc. Psychoanalyst in private practice; Licensed in  New York State and Vermont, Nationally Certified. MA, Media Studies, New School; Senior Member, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Board of Directors, Board of Trustees NPAP. Former: Program Chair, Managing Editor, News & Reviews. Diplomate: APA. Member: International Neuro-PsyA Assoc., ACA, NAAP. Published articles on psychoanalytic education, resistance, frequency, the Akedah, human vs. technological communication, and book reviews. Guest editor of special issue of The Psychoanalytic Review on Theodor Reik. Member of Study Group on Pluralism and Diversity sponsored by American Psychoanalytic Research and Development Fund. Award-winning experimental filmmaker. Founding member: Fluxus , Experiments in art and technology. Singer/Songwriter.

Jacobs, Leah Pittell. LCSW-R, LP. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Senior Member, Faculty, Training, Control and Supervisory Analyst, NPAP. Former member of Board of Trustees, NPAP. Published articles and presentations on female homosexuality, gender, paranoid process, and narcissism. Member: NAAP, AAPCSW. Exhibiting artist and published poet.


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Kaiser, Paul. MSW. Private practice, Psychoanalysis and Psycho-therapy. Association Board of Directors, Senior Member, Training Analyst and Supervisor, NPAP; Board Certified Diplomate, American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work; Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP; Fellow, NYS Society of Clinical Social Work.

Kaplan, Judy Ann. RCSW, ACSW, BCD. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MSW, NYU School of Social Work. Dean, Faculty & Curriculum Committee, Training, Control Analyst, Supervisor, Senior Member, NPAP; Faculty, Supervisor, Member, IPTAR; Senior Member, Society for Psychoanalytic Training; NYCAP; Supervisor, ICP. Fellow, NYS Society for Clinical Social Work; Former Member, Nat. Study Group on Social Work and Psychoanalysis; Committee on Psychoanalysis, Clinical Social Work Federation; Distinguished Practitioner: National Academy of Practice in Social Work. Fellow, Past President and Board of Directors CPP; Member, NAAP, IFPE, IPA.

Kaplan, Harvey A. EdD, NYS Certified Psychologist. ABPP, Diplomate in Psychoanalysis. Former President, Association Board of Directors. Treasurer, Training and Supervising Analyst, NPAP. Member, NY Freudian Society; Member IPA. Author of papers on narcissism, nostalgia and idealization.

Karpe, Richard J. C.S.W., BCD. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MS, Columbia School of Social Work. Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Former President and Board Member, CPP. Member, Committee on Psychoanalysis, Clinical Social Work Federation. Fellow, NYS Society of Clinical Social Work. Faculty, Supervisor, former Director of Advanced Training Program, Object Relations Institute. Lecturer, seminars, workshops, supervision on Kleinian, post-Kleinian, and object relations theory.

Katz, S. Montana. Ph.D., LP. Training and supervising analyst and instructor at NPAP and NIP.  Member of the editorial boards of The Psychoanalytic Review and Psychoanalytic Inquiry.

Klein, Joan V.  Practicing Psychoanalyst. MSW, Hunter College School of Social Work. MA, Teachers College, Columbia University. Senior Member, Faculty, Supervisor, NPAP; Graduate ISP, New York Freudian Society. Faculty and Supervisor, New York Institute for Self Psychology. Former Faculty, Postmasters Smith College and Hunter School of Social Work. Member, NASW, CPP, New York Society of Clinical Social Work, Committee on Psychoanalysis.

Brian Kloppenberg.  Practicing Licensed Psychoanalyst. BA, Swarthmore College. MFA, The Ohio State University. National Certification in the Alexander Technique. Faculty, Supervisor, Training Analyst, NPAP. Faculty, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Director, Theodore Reik Clinical Center for Psychotherapy.

Kupersmidt, Jane. Practicing Psychoanalyst. PhD, Comparative Literature, CUNY; MSW, Wurzweiler, Yeshiva University. New York CSW. Faculty, Supervisor, Training Analyst, NPAP; Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review; Member, Division 39, APA. Author of articles and reviews.


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Lerner, Leila. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MA, Sociology; MA, Psychology, New School; graduate work in literature and philosophy, Columbia University. Former Instructor, Rutgers University; CUNY. Research Associate, Cornell University Medical Center Flower-Fifth Avenue Hospitals; Jewish Board of Guardians; Senior Editor, Crowell Collier Publishing Co. Senior Member, NPAP; Editorial Board and former Editor, The Psychoanalytic Review.

Levy, Edwin Ira. PhD. NYS Certified Psychologist. Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, ABPP; Member and Faculty, NY Freudian Society; supervising Faculty, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy; Member, IPA.


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Margolin, Alida. CSW. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MSW, NYU. Training Analyst, Supervisor and Faculty, NPAP. Faculty: Pastoral Counseling Training Program, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health; Doctor of Ministry Program, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP. Member, International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education.

Maxwell, Douglas F. Practicing Psychoanalyst. JD, NYU; Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP; Senior Member, Training Analyst, Supervisor, Board of Trustees, Board of Directors, NPAP; Art Editor, The Psychoanalytic Review. Member and Faculty, Institute for Expressive Analysis; Member and Board of Directors, International Federation for Psycho-analytic Education. Board of Directors, NAAP. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts, NYU. Recipient, Award for Teaching Excellence, NYU. Former lecturer, The New School University. Numerous publications regarding creativity and the mind and contemporary visual art.

Meones, Sarina. Senior Member, Faculty, Training Analyst, and Super-visor, NPAP; Psychoanalyst in private practice with adults, couples, children, and groups; MA, NYU.

Mills, Victoria. Practicing Psychoanalyst, MSW. Training and Control Analyst, NPAP; Member, IPTAR and IPA.

Minoff, Lee A. Practicing Psychoanalyst. Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, NPAP and NY Center for Psychoanalytic Training; former Dean of Training, NPAP. Film and Drama Editor, The Psychoanalytic Review. Author, Original Story and Screenplay, Yellow Submarine; co-author Broadway comedy, Come Live With Me. Fellow, Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and recipient of the 1980 ABC Theatre Award for Cathexis. Publications in The Psychoanalytic Review, The New York Times, The London Observer, Psychoanalysis Today: A Case Book. Recipient of NAAP's first annual Gradiva Award. Member: NPAP, NYCPT, NAAP, CPP, The Writers Guild, The Dramatists Guild.

Mollinger, Robert N. Practicing Psychoanalyst. B.A., (Philosophy) Oberlin College; Ph.D., (American Literature), Indiana University. Faculty, N.J. Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, IEA; Staff Supervisor, TRCC, Teaneck Consultation Center; Board of Consultants, The Psychoanalytic Review. Author: Psychoanalysis and Literature: An Introduction; articles on psychoanalysis and applied psychoanalysis.

Molofsky, Merle.  M.F.A., Columbia University School of the Arts. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Faculty and supervisor, NPAP and Harlem Family Institute (HFI). Advisory Board, HFI.  Former Dean of Training, NPAP.  Former Director of Education, IEA.  Former Board of Directors, NAAP.  Board of Directors, Ethics and Psychoanalysis Chair, Publications Chair, International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education.  Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review.  Editor, Other/Wise, 2010-2012.  Author of "Kool-Aid," two one-act plays produced at Lincoln Center.  Author, two volumes of poetry, and poetry published in numerous small press journals; author of articles published in psychoanalytic journals; chapter in Religion and Psychotherapy: Many Paths, One Journey.


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Newman, Judith. MS, MSW, Psychoanalyst. Senior Member, Training Analyst, Supervisor, Former Chair of Program Committee, NPAP; Member: NYFS, IPTAR, MITPP, International Psychoanalytic Association, Division 39, Section 1; Faculty: NPAP, NY Counseling and Guidance Service, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy; Editorial Board of The Psychoanalytic Review.


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Opler, Tamar Turin. RCSW, NY; LCSW, NJ. Practicing Psycho-analyst. MA, Hunter College; MSW, NYU. Training and Control Analyst, NPAP; Member-at-Large, Board of Trustees, Board of Directors, NPAP; former Dean of Training, NPAP. Former Chair, Certification Committee, NAAP; Former member, American Board of Accreditation in Psychoanalysis (ABAP). Faculty, IEA; Founding Board Member, Harlem Family Institute.

Oscharoff, Ruth. Psychoanalyst. MSSW, Columbia University. President of the Training Institute, Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Supervisor, Faculty Metropolitan Institute. Author, “Fertility in the Transference: Analytic Collaboration and Reproductive Conflicts,” The Psychoanalytic Review.


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Pheiffer, Sherman. MSW, Hunter College; MA, NYU. Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, Dean of Training, former Vice President of the Association, former Vice President of the Training Institute, NPAP; Faculty, IEA.

Pomponio, Arthur. Ph.D. LP. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Senior member, training analyst, supervisor, and faculty member at NPAP. Dean of Faculty and Curriculum, NPAP. Member of NAAP and IFPE.

Posmentier, Loveleen. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MA, Clinical Psychology, CCNY. Dean of Faculty and Curriculum; former Member-at- Large, Board of Directors; Senior Member; Supervisor; Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Supervisor, Faculty, IEA. NAAP-Certified.


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Rappaport, Judith. New York University School of Social Work. Training analyst and faculty, NPAP. Graduate and Member, NYU Post-Doctoral Psychoanalytic Society; Adjunct Associate Professor, NYU School of Social Work. Formerly, Editorial Board, Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis. Published articles on maternal love, sibling suicide, and mourning of analyst in The Psychoanalytic Review and Clinical Psycho-analysis. Private Practice, New York City.

Rawn, Monica. CSW, BCD, New York State Certified Social Worker. Member, IPA; Member, Training and Control Analyst, New York Freudian Society; Member, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP; Member, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, Society for Psychoanalytic Training and Research; Former Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, New York Center for Psychoanalytic Training. Author: Chapter in The Social Work Psychoanalyst’s Casebook; Book Reviews in The Psychoanalytic Review. Private practice.

Rawn, Moss L. New York State Certified Psychologist. Training Analyst, Control Analyst, Senior Member, NPAP; Past President, Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, New York Freudian Society; Member, CPP; IPA.
Robbins, Arthur. BA, NYU, 1950; MS, CCNY, 1951; EdD, Teachers College, Columbia, 1953. NY State Licensed Psychologist. Professor of Art Therapy, Pratt Institute; Founding Director, Institute for Expressive Analysis. Author: Expressive Therapy: A Creative Arts Approach to Depth Oriented Treatment; Creative Art Therapy; The Artist as Therapist; Between Therapists; The Processing of Transference/Counter-transference Material; The Psychoaesthetic Experience; An Approach to Depth Oriented Treatment, Therapeutic Presence. Former Director, TRCC (first 10 years); former Co-administrator, Metropolitan Center for Mental Health. Vision Award Winner, NAAP, 1992, for contributions to psychoanalysis and art.

Robbins, Arthur. B.A., NYU, 1950; M.S., CCNY, 1951; Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia, 1953. NY State Licensed Psychologist. Professor of Art Therapy, Pratt Institute; Founding Director, Institute for Expressive Analysis. Author: Expressive Therapy: A Creative Arts Approach to Depth Oriented Treatment; Creative Art Therapy; The Artist as Therapist; Between Therapists; The Processing of Transference/Countertransference Material; The Psychoaesthetic Experience; An Approach to Depth Oriented Treatment, Therapeutic Presence. Former Director, TRCC (first 10 years); former Co-administrator, Metropolitan Center for Mental Health. Vision Award Winner, NAAP, 1992, for contributions to psychoanalysis and art. Honorary Life Member, American Art Therapy Association.

Roland, Alan. B.A., Antioch College; Ph.D., Adelphi University. Articles on transference, countertransference, dreams, art, psychoanalytic literary criticism, crosscultural psychoanalysis; and psychoanalysis and mysticism. Author: In Search of Self in India and Japan: Toward a Cross-cultural Psychology; Cultural Pluralism and Psychoanalysis: The Asian and North American Experience. Editor and Contributor: Identity, Identification, and Self-Image, Psychoanalytic Monographs I; Psychoanalysis, Creativity and Literature: A French-American Dialogue; Career and Motherhood: Struggles for a New Identity. Former Program Chair and Director of the Institute, NPAP. Exhibiting artist, librettist.

Rosen, Penny. MSW, LCSW.  Practicing Psychoanalyst. Board Certified Diplomate Psychoanalyst (BCD-P), American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work.   Faculty, Supervisor, Training Analyst, Board of Directors, NPAP.   Faculty, Board Member, New York Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (NYIPSP).   President-Elect, American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work (AAPCSW).    Reviewer, Clinical Social Work Journal.

Rosenbaum, Ruth. Ph.D., L.P.  Psychoanalyst in private practice.  Instructor, Supervisor, NPAP.  Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review.  Adjunct Professor, graduate clinical psychology department, Columbia University.  Certified biofeedback therapist.  Many publications and lectures on integration of psychoanalysis with concepts from Buddhism, quantum physics, studies in psi phenomena , neuroscience, and spirituality.

Rowe, Florence. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MS, CCNY; MSW, Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Faculty and Control Analyst, NPAP; Member and Training Analyst, New York Freudian Society; Faculty and Control Analyst, New York Institute for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Member: IPA, CPP; New York State Society of Clinical Social Work Psychotherapists.


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Satow Roberta. Ph.D. Sociology, NYU 1972. Faculty and Control Analyst, NPAP since 1980; Member, CPP; formerly Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review. Author of articles on hysteria, narcissism, penis envy, work inhibitions, the function of humor in group therapy, the relationship between cultural and individual intrapsychic factors in psychopathology.

Sawyer, Susan G. MSW, LCSW, Wurzweiler, Yeshiva University.  MA,  New York University.  Full-time private practice, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Manhattan & Bronx.   Former clinician and student supervisor, out-patient community mental health center, Bronx.  Member, Board of Directors, NPAP Association and Institute.  Chair, NPAP Admissions & Membership Committees.  Member,  editorial board, The Psychoanalytic Review.  Editor, NPAP News & Reviews.  Author of numerous newspaper and magazine articles on psychological topics.

Schaye, Shirley Herscovitch. PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1977; MSW, 1964. Graduate, NPAP, 1976; New York Freudian Society, 1994. Senior Member, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP and the New York Center for Psychoanalytic Training; Member and Supervisor NYFS. Faculty, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, (Psychiatry). Formerly, Vice-President Council of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists and The Society for Psychoanalytic Training. Psychoanalyst and Psycho-therapist (adults, children, and adolescents). Author, Psychoanalysis Today: A Case Book and “Psychoanalytic Supervision of the Difficult Patient,” in Psychoanalytic Quarterly. Member, IPA.

Schwartz, Charlotte. Practicing Psychoanalyst. Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP; Training and Control Analyst, the New York Society for Psychoanalytic Training. Author of articles.

Schwartz, Edith. PhD, NYU. Practicing Psychoanalyst. Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Fellow, ICC. Board-In Service Training, Faculty, Fellowship Committee, IPTAR. Chair, Faculty Committee; Faculty; Freudian Society. Training Analyst, IPA.

Silver, Catherine B.Practicing Psychoanalyst. Individual and couple therapy. MA, Sorbonne-Paris; PhD, Columbia University. Faculty member, NPAP, and Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York. Books and articles on issues of culture, gender, and aging. Certified psychoanalyst, NAAP. Member, CPP.

Singer, Elizabeth. MFA, LP.  Private practice in Greenwich Village.  Member, training analyst, supervisor and instructor, NPAP.  Member, New Directions, NAAP and IFPE.  Associate member, Division 39, APA.  Short story "Flying Blind" published in Otherwise, the online journal of IFPE.

Sternberg, Simone F. Practicing Psychoanalyst. EdD, Human Development, Columbia University. Senior Member, NPAP; Society for Psychoanalytic Training. Supervisor, Faculty, NPAP, NYCPT, Metropolitan Institute, New Hope Guild. Former Dean of Training, NYCPT. Several published papers.

Stollerman, Judith. Practicing Psychoanalyst. BA, Washington Square College, New York University; MA, New York University. Post Graduate Certificate, Rutgers University. Senior Member, Supervisor, and Training Analyst, NPAP; Member, APGA, NYSPGA. Certified, NAAP; APA Diplomate.


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Tallmer, Margot. PhD, Psychology, Yeshiva University. NYS Certified Psychologist. Professor Emeritus, Hunter College. Child Department, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. Graduate, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Intern and Staff Psychologist, Mt. Sinai Hospital. Corresponding Editor, Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review. Author: Perspective Counseling of HIV Persons; Sexuality and the Older Adult. Co-author: Suicide and the Elderly. Editor of many books on sexuality and life-threatening illness, hospice, USA, women and loss, chapters on humor and psychotherapy. Supervising Analyst, Faculty, NPAP.

Tye, Susan. MS, Columbia University School of Social Work. Senior Member, Training Analyst and Supervisor, Faculty, NPAP. Former member, NPAP Board of Trustees and Board of Directors. Co-author of paper on families of Alzheimer patients.


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Washburn, Linda. MSW, CSW. Psychoanalyst in private practice. Senior Member, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Supervisor and Training Analyst, NIP. Faculty, IEA. Certified psychoanalyst, NAAP.

Werden, Jeffrey. Practicing Psychoanalyst. PhD, Rehabilitation Counseling, NYU. President, Association Board of Directors, Senior Member, Faculty, Training and Control Analyst, NPAP. Member, CPP, IARPP, AGPA; Faculty, Supervisor, IEA. NAAP Certified Psycho-analyst. Author; international lecturer on narcissism, object relations, countertransference, and borderline phenomena.

Wile, Jerome. Practicing Psychoanalyst. MA, Psychology, New School for Social Research; MSW, Fordham University. Member, Training Analyst and Supervisor, NPAP. Former Faculty, MITPP.

Wolf, Robert. Licensed psychoanalyst and creative art therapist with over 30 years experience in private practice and clinical supervision. He is on the faculty of the graduate school of The College Of New Rochelle and Pratt Institute, and has been on the faculty of The Training Institute for the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis and is a former Director of the Institute for Expressive Analysis and former Clinical Director of the Henry Street Settlement School. He is also a past President of NYATA. He has published numerous articles on art therapy with children, adolescents and adults, countertransference, expressive therapy and photo therapy and his work as a fine art sculptor and photographer have been exhibited internationally.


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Young, Robin. PhD. New York State Certified Clinical Social Worker. Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, Adjunct Assistant Professor, New York University. Published author and researcher in psychoanalysis. Senior Member and Faculty, NPAP; Supervisor and Faculty, MCMH.


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Zimmermann, Peter B. Practicing Psychoanalyst, PhD, Philosophy, University of Bern, Switzerland. Senior Member, Faculty, Supervisor, NPAP; Founding Member, Dean of Training, Faculty, Training Analyst and Supervisor, Training and Research Institute for Self Psychology (TRISP). Certified Psychoanalyst, NAAP. Author of papers on transference and countertransference, self psychology, intersubjectivity, case studies, depression, and philosophical problems in psychoanalysis.

 

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