"Eve. Eve the
Golden Girl, the Cover Girl, the Girl Next Door, the Girl on the Moon.
Time has been good to Eve. Life goes where she goes. She's the profiled,
covered, revealed, reported. What she eats and what she wears and whom she
knows and where she was, and when and where she's going. Eve. You all know
all about Eve. What can there be to know that you don't know?"
A.B., magna cum laude in linguistics, Radcliffe College 1972
M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine 1977
Internship in Internal Medicine, Montefiore Hospital Medical Center (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
Residency in General Psychiatry, Beth Israel Hospital (Harvard Medical School)
Fellowship in Child Psychiatry, McLean Hospital (Harvard Medical School)
Twenty-five years of psychoanalytic studies
Professional research, reference, and archival work at Harvard
Extensive experience writing and editing for psychoanalytic journals and conferences
Editorial work with clinicians, writers, and scholars in psychoanalysis and related fields
Awards and Honors: "Narration in the Study of Resilience" is the winner of the 2006 Albert J. Solnit Award. See My Work for details.
Organizations: I'm a member of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars, and sometimes of the Association of Independent Information Professionals.
References are available on request; inquiries welcome.
I turned to writing and editing in the field of psychoanalysis after a hearing loss made psychiatric practice difficult and formal analytic training impossible. Eventually my hearing was restored in part, but I continue in this work because I enjoy it and because I think it is important. Psychoanalysis is more than a therapeutic tool; in fact I believe that to limit the psychoanalytic vision to its clinical applications is a costly error. But in whatever sphere, psychoanalysis depends on the written word to realize its visionary potential, and I feel that I can make a unique contribution in that area.
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