American psychoanalysts

2017-08-01T13:23:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true George Devereux, Charles W. Socarides, Reuben Fine, Géza Róheim, Arnold Mindell, Lena Levine, Helene Deutsch, Theodor Reik, Dorothy Burlingham, Jonathan Lear, Miles Groth, Léon Wurmser, Robert S. Wallerstein, Arno Karlen, Joseph Cheesman Thompson, Daniel Kriegman, Alice Jones (poet), John A. Sanford, Paul Joannides (psychoanalyst), Irwin Marcus, Marie Nyswander, Rudolph Loewenstein (psychoanalyst), Lionel Ovesey, Selma Fraiberg, Elliott Jaques, Allen Wheelis, Jeffrey Satinover, Deborah Britzman, Galit Atlas, Clara Thompson, Ruth Mack Brunswick, Jessica Benjamin, Charles Brenner (psychiatrist), Trigant Burrow, Arno Gruen, Daniel Harold Casriel, Hyman Spotnitz, Brandon French, Kerry Sulkowicz, Arlene Kramer Richards, Margaret Morgan Lawrence, Fredrick Levenson, Sandor Rado, Stephen Soldz, Steven Simring, Hedda Bolgar, Andrew J. Gerber, Robert Stoller, David Rapaport, William Alanson White, Edmund Bergler, Smith Ely Jelliffe, James F. Masterson, Peter Loewenberg, Petro Castelnuovo Tedesco, Marilyn Charles, Arnold Richards, Stephen A. Mitchell (psychologist), Robert Kennedy (Jesuit), Robert Langs, Robert Michels (physician), Roy Schafer, Theodore Shapiro (psychiatrist), Hilde Bruch, Ernst Kris, Judith Kestenberg, Christopher Bollas, Mary Esther Harding, Mardy S. Ireland, Mark J. Blechner, Arnold Goldberg, Janet Asimov, Annie Reich, Michael Maccoby, Nancy Chodorow, Jack Drescher, Joan Copjec flashcards American psychoanalysts
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  • George Devereux
    Georges Devereux (born György Dobó; 13 September 1908 – 28 May 1985) was a Hungarian-French ethnologist and psychoanalyst, often considered the founder of ethnopsychiatry.
  • Charles W. Socarides
    Charles W. Socarides (January 24, 1922 – December 25, 2005) was an American psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, physician, educator and author.
  • Reuben Fine
    Reuben Fine (October 11, 1914 – March 26, 1993) was an American chess grandmaster, psychologist, university professor, and author of many books on both chess and psychology.
  • Géza Róheim
    Géza Róheim (Hungarian: Róheim Géza; September 12, 1891 – June 7, 1953) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst and anthropologist.
  • Arnold Mindell
    Arnold Mindell (born 1 January 1940) is an American author, therapist and teacher in the fields of transpersonal psychology, body psychotherapy, social change and spirituality.
  • Lena Levine
    Lena ("Lee") Levine (May 17, 1903 – January 9, 1965) was an American psychiatrist and gynecologist.
  • Helene Deutsch
    Helene Deutsch (née Rosenbach; October 9, 1884 – March 29, 1982) was an Austrian-born Polish American psychoanalyst and colleague of Sigmund Freud.
  • Theodor Reik
    Theodor Reik (German: [ʀaɪk]; 12 May 1888, Vienna – 31 December 1969, New York) was a prominent psychoanalyst who trained as one of Freud's first students in Vienna, Austria, and was a pioneer of lay analysis in the United States.
  • Dorothy Burlingham
    Dorothy Trimble Tiffany Burlingham (11 October 1891 – 19 November 1979) was an American child psychoanalyst and educator.
  • Jonathan Lear
    Jonathan Lear is the John U.
  • Miles Groth
    Dr. Miles Groth (born 1946, Greensburg, Pennsylvania) is an American psychologist and philosopher.
  • Léon Wurmser
    Léon Wurmser (German: [ˈvʊrmzər]; born 31 January 1931, Zurich) is a Swiss psychoanalyst, now Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at West Virginia University and a training and supervising analyst of the New York Freudian Society.
  • Robert S. Wallerstein
    Robert S. Wallerstein (January 28, 1921 – December 21, 2014) was a prominent German born American psychoanalyst.
  • Arno Karlen
    Arno Chanoch Karlen (May 7, 1937 – May 13, 2010) was an American poet, psychoanalyst, and in particular, popular science writer.
  • Joseph Cheesman Thompson
    Joseph Cheesman Thompson (1874–1943) was a career medical officer in the United States Navy who attained the rank of commander before retirement in 1929.
  • Daniel Kriegman
    Daniel Kriegman is an American psychoanalyst and writer.
  • Alice Jones (poet)
    Alice Jones is an American poet, physician, and psychoanalyst.
  • John A. Sanford
    John A. "Jack" Sanford (26 July 1929 – 17 October 2005) was an American Jungian analyst and Episcopal priest.
  • Paul Joannides (psychoanalyst)
    Paul Joannides, Psy.
  • Irwin Marcus
    Irwin M. Marcus, M.
  • Marie Nyswander
    Marie Nyswander (March 13, 1919 – April 20, 1986) was an American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst known for developing and popularizing the use of methadone to treat heroin addiction.
  • Rudolph Loewenstein (psychoanalyst)
    Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein (January 17, 1898, in Łódź, Congress Poland, Russian Empire – April 14, 1976, in New York City) was a Polish-French-American psychoanalyst.
  • Lionel Ovesey
    Lionel Ovesey (15 April 1915 – 21 May 1995) was an American psychoanalyst.
  • Selma Fraiberg
    Selma Fraiberg (1918–1981) was a child psychoanalyst, author and social worker.
  • Elliott Jaques
    Elliott Jaques (January 18, 1917 – March 8, 2003) was a Canadian psychoanalyst and organizational psychologist, known for developing the notion of requisite organization from his 'stratified systems theory', running counter to many others in the field of organizational development.
  • Allen Wheelis
    Allen Wheelis (October 23, 1915 – June 14, 2007) was a psychoanalyst and writer who lived in San Francisco, CA.
  • Jeffrey Satinover
    Jeffrey Burke Satinover (September 4, 1947) is an American psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and physicist.
  • Deborah Britzman
    Deborah Britzman is a professor and a practicing psychoanalyst at York University.
  • Galit Atlas
    Galit Atlas (born September 12, 1971) is an Israeli-American psychoanalyst known for her rethinking of the place of sexuality and desire in contemporary theory and practice.
  • Clara Thompson
    Clara Mabel Thompson (October 3, 1893, Providence, Rhode Island – December 20, 1958) studied medicine at Johns Hopkins University and in her last year she was introduced to psychoanalysis.
  • Ruth Mack Brunswick
    Ruth Jane Mack Brunswick (February 17, 1897 – January 24, 1946), born Ruth Jane Mack, was an American psychiatrist.
  • Jessica Benjamin
    Jessica Benjamin is a psychoanalyst known for her contributions to psychoanalysis and social thought.
  • Charles Brenner (psychiatrist)
    Charles Brenner (18 November 1913, in Boston – 19 May 2008) was an American psychoanalyst who served as President of the New York Psychoanalytic Society, and is perhaps best known for his contributions to drive theory, the structure of the mind, and conflict theory.
  • Trigant Burrow
    Nicholas Trigant Burrow, (September 7, 1875 – May 24, 1950) was an American psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, psychologist, and, alongside Joseph H.
  • Arno Gruen
    Arno Gruen (May 26, 1923 – October 20, 2015) was a Swiss-German psychologist and psychoanalyst.
  • Daniel Harold Casriel
    Daniel Harold Casriel (March 1, 1924 – June 7, 1983) was an American psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and writer from New York City.
  • Hyman Spotnitz
    Hyman Spotnitz (September 29, 1908 – April 18, 2008) was an American psychoanalyst and psychiatrist who pioneered an approach to working psychoanalytically with schizophrenics in the 1950s called modern psychoanalysis.
  • Brandon French
    Brandon French (born 20th century as Michaux French) is a former actress turned author and psychoanalyst.
  • Kerry Sulkowicz
    Kerry Jeff Sulkowicz (born 1958) is an American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.
  • Arlene Kramer Richards
    Arlene Kramer Richards is a practicing psychoanalyst and author based in New York, New York.
  • Margaret Morgan Lawrence
    Lawrence grew up an only living child, of Mary Elizabeth (Smith) Morgan, a schoolteacher, and the Reverend Sandy Alonzo Morgan, an Episcopal minister.
  • Fredrick Levenson
    Fredrick B. Levenson (born September 2, 1945 in Brooklyn, New York) Died August 27,2012 in Massapequa, New York), is an author and psychoanalyst working in Long Island.
  • Sandor Rado
    Sandor Rado (Hungarian: Radó Sándor; 8 January 1890, Kisvárda – 14 May 1972, New York City) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst of the second generation, who moved to United States of America in the thirties.
  • Stephen Soldz
    Stephen Soldz (born 19 November 1952) is a psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, professor, and anti-war activist.
  • Steven Simring
    Dr. Steven Simring, MD, MPH, (born May 24, 1939 in The Bronx, New York) is a psychiatrist and co-author of several books.
  • Hedda Bolgar
    Hedda Bolgar (August 19, 1909 – May 13, 2013) was a psychoanalyst in Los Angeles, California, who maintained an active practice when she was over 100 years old.
  • Andrew J. Gerber
    Andrew J. Gerber, MD, PhD, is an American psychoanalyst and the current medical director/CEO of the Austen Riggs Center in Stockbridge, Massachusetts as well as an associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center.
  • Robert Stoller
    Robert Jesse Stoller (December 15, 1924 – September 6, 1991), was an American Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA Medical School and a researcher at the UCLA Gender Identity Clinic.
  • David Rapaport
    David A. Rapaport (September 30, 1911, Budapest, Austria-Hungary – December 14, 1960, Stockbridge, Mass.) was a Hungarian clinical psychologist and psychoanalytic ego psychologist.
  • William Alanson White
    William Alanson White (January 24, 1870 – March 7, 1937) was an American neurologist and psychiatrist.
  • Edmund Bergler
    Edmund Bergler (/ˈbɛrɡlər/; German: [ˈbɛɐ̯glɐ]; 1899–1962) was an Austrian-born American psychoanalyst whose books covered such topics as childhood development, mid-life crises, loveless marriages, gambling, and self-defeating behaviors.
  • Smith Ely Jelliffe
    Smith Ely Jelliffe (October 27, 1866 – September 25, 1945) was an American neurologist, psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst.
  • James F. Masterson
    James F. Masterson (March 25, 1926 – April 12, 2010) was a prominent American psychiatrist.
  • Peter Loewenberg
    Peter Loewenberg (born August 1933 in Hamburg, Germany) is a teacher of “European cultural, intellectual, German, Austrian and Swiss history.
  • Petro Castelnuovo Tedesco
    Petro Castelnuovo Tedesco was Blakemore Professor of Psychiatry for many years at Vanderbilt University.
  • Marilyn Charles
    Marilyn Charles is a psychoanalyst, writer, lecturer and 2014-2015 President of the American Psychological Association's Division 39 (Psychoanalysis).
  • Arnold Richards
    Arnold Richards, M.
  • Stephen A. Mitchell (psychologist)
    Stephen A. Mitchell (July 23, 1946 – December 21, 2000) was a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst whose writings helped to clarify many disparate psychoanalytic theories and theoreticians.
  • Robert Kennedy (Jesuit)
    Robert Edward Kennedy (born June 20, 1933) is an American Jesuit priest, professor of theology, psychoanalyst and Zen rōshi in the White Plum lineage.
  • Robert Langs
    Robert Joseph Langs (June 30, 1928 – November 8, 2014) is a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and psychoanalyist, the author of more than forty books on psychotherapy and human psychology.
  • Robert Michels (physician)
    Robert Michels (born 1936) is Professor of Medicine and of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College and a training and supervising psychoanalyst at the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.
  • Roy Schafer
    Roy Schafer (born December 14, 1922 in the Bronx, New York) is an American psychologist and psychoanalyst, who has emphasised a psychoanalytic concept of narrative.
  • Theodore Shapiro (psychiatrist)
    Dr. Theodore Shapiro, MD, is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in New York, where he is a professor emeritus in psychiatry and pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medical College and the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic.
  • Hilde Bruch
    Hilde Bruch (March 11, 1904 – December 15, 1984) was a German-born American psychoanalyst, known foremost for her work on eating disorders and obesity.
  • Ernst Kris
    Ernst Kris (April 26, 1900 – February 27, 1957) was an Austrian psychoanalyst and art historian.
  • Judith Kestenberg
    Judith Ida Kestenberg (née Silberpfennig; 17 March 1910 in Tarnów, Poland – 16 January 1999 in Sands Point, New York) was a child psychiatrist who worked with Holocaust survivors.
  • Christopher Bollas
    Christopher Bollas (born 1943) is a British psychoanalyst and writer.
  • Mary Esther Harding
    Mary Esther Harding (1888–1971) was an American Jungian analyst who was the first significant Jungian psychoanalyst in the United States.
  • Mardy S. Ireland
    Mardy S. Ireland is an author, and psychoanalyst, who practices in Raleigh, NC.
  • Mark J. Blechner
    Mark J. Blechner (born November 6, 1950, in Manhattan, New York) is an American psychologist and psychoanalyst.
  • Arnold Goldberg
    Arnold Goldberg (born 1929) is the Cynthia Oudejans Harris Professor of Psychiatry at the Rush Medical School, Chicago, and a supervising and training analyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, where he did his psychoanalytic training.
  • Janet Asimov
    Janet Asimov (born August 6, 1926 in Ashland, Pennsylvania) is an American science fiction writer, psychiatrist, and a psychoanalyst.
  • Annie Reich
    Annie Reich (1902–1971) was a Viennese-born psychoanalyst who became a leading analytic theorist in post-war New York
  • Michael Maccoby
    Michael Maccoby is an American psychoanalyst and anthropologist globally recognized as an expert on leadership for his research, writing and projects to improve organizations and work.
  • Nancy Chodorow
    Nancy Julia Chodorow (born January 20, 1944) is a feminist sociologist and psychoanalyst.
  • Jack Drescher
    Jack Drescher (born 1951) is an American psychiatrist and psychoanalyst known mainly for his work on sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • Joan Copjec
    Joan K. Copjec is an American philosopher, theorist, author, feminist, and prominent American Lacanian psychoanalyst.