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International School of Mental Health
Private Practice, Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Westchester Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (courses taught included a course on Martin Heidegger and psychoanalysis)
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Senior Psychoanalytic Faculty.
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Part-Time Faculty Member
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In addition to teaching and practicing psychoanalysis, I have had an affiliation with the Untied Nations for seven years.
I am the Associate Editor for Pychotherapy and Politics International and on the Board of Consultants for Psychoanalytic Review
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I have presented papers at the International Federation for Philosophy and Literature. My published papers have been at the intersection of psychoanalysis and philosophy and have also made presentations at the UN that have incorporated philosophical ideas from within European philosophy and post-modern thought, two areas fo special interest to me.
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