CURRICULUM VITAE of DAVID EDWARD SCHARFF, M.D
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www.psychspace.com心理学空间网DAVID EDWARD SCHARFF, M.D.

EMPLOYER I.D. #:  521136447  (SCHARFF, M.D., P.A.)

Born: January 8, 1941, St. Louis, Missouri

Married: to Jill Savege Scharff, 5 children

Office Address:  6612 Kennedy Drive

                     Chevy Chase, MD  20815

CURRENT POSITIONS: 

  1. Co-Director, International Institute of Object Relations Therapy (IIORT) Chair,
    Two-Year Program in Object Relations Theory and Practice:Chair,
    Satellite Clinical Application Program;
    Faculty IIORT programs in Long Island, Manhattan and Chevy Chase
  2. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Georgetown Medical School
  3. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  4. Teaching Analyst, Washington Psychoanalytic Institute 
  5. Co-Editor, Library of Object Relations
  6. Consultant in Psychiatry and Family Therapy, Child and Family Services,Washington, D.C., and Jewish Social Services, Rockville, MD
  7. Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, National Capital Military Psychiatry Residency Program

EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

              Grade School and High School:  St. Louis Country Day

                     School, Graduated, 1958. College:  Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1958-1962,

                     B.A., Magna Cum Laude, June 1962. Medical School:  Harvard, 1962-1966, M.D., 1966. Internship in Medicine:  Tufts-New  England Medical Center,   

                   Boston, Massachusetts, June 1966-June 1967. Psychiatric Residency: Massachusetts Mental Health Center,    

                   Boston, Massachusetts, July 1967 - June 1969. Fellowship in Child Psychiatry:  Beth Israel Hospital

                     (Harvard), Boston, Massachusetts, July 1969-June 1970. Teaching Fellow:  Harvard Medical School, July 1967-June 1970.

                     (Concurrent with other appointments.) Honorary Senior Registrar:  Adolescent Department, Tavistock  

                   Clinic, London, England.  July 1972-1973. Adolescent Fellow and Teaching Fellow:  Children's Hospital and

                     George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1973-1974. Training in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis, Washington

                     Psychoanalytic Institute, 1977-1984.

POSITIONS HELD

1969-present  Private Practice, part-time or full-time, in Adult and Child Psychiatry and              Psychoanalysis, including Psychosexual, Marital, and Family Psychiatry.

1970 - 1972   U.S. Public Health Service Psychiatrist, Rank of "Surgeon", (equivalent of Lieutenant Commander, Navy) Assignment:  Faculty of NIMH - Saint  Elizabeths Hospital Psychiatric Residency Program:

1970 - 1971   Teaching Child, Community, and Adult Psychiatry.

1971 - 1972   Chairman, First Year Psychiatric Residency and Internship programs.

1972 - 1973    Honorary Senior Registrar, Tavistock Clinic, London, England, in Child, Adolescent, and Community Psychiatry.

1972 - 1973    Staff Member, Center for Applied Social Research, Tavistock Institute of  Human Relations, London.  (Principal Investigator, School Leaving Project).

1973 - 1981    Director, Psychotherapy and Sex Therapy Program, Preterm, Washington, D.C. (Psychiatric supervision and teaching, clinical work in Marital and  Psychosexual Therapy, Mental Health Education and Administration).

1973 - 1974    Adolescent Fellow, Hillcrest Children's Center/Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C

1973 - 1974    Staff (part-time) Area B Mental Health Center Youth Services.

1974 --1975    Psychiatrist, Hillcrest Children's Center, Washington, D.C. Responsibility for Family and Group Programs, and Psychiatric Supervision of Staff).

1975 -1976     Staff Psychiatrist, Alcohol Grant Program, Area A Mental Health Center, Washington, D.C.  (Supervision, teaching, consultation, assessment, and treatment responsibilities).

1975 - 1981    Academic Staff.  Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

1977-present  Faculty and Teaching Analyst (1990), Washington Psychoanalytic Institute.

1981 - 1987    Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Family Practice, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Md.

1981-present  Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, to Clinical Professor (1990), Georgetown University Medical School

1987 - 1994    Director, Washington School of Psychiatry, Chair, Object Relations Theory and Therapy Program, 1989-1993

1987-present  Associate Clinical Professor to Clinical Professor (1990), Uniformed  Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Md.

MEDICAL LICENSES:

Active:   District of Columbia, Maryland,

              Diplomat: National Board of Medicine, 1967.

Inactive: Massachusetts, Virginia, California

BOARD CERTIFICATION:

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Adult Psychiatry - 1975, Child Psychiatry - 1976

American Psychoanalytic Association: certified in Psycho-analysis - 1986

Certified Sex Therapist, American Association of Sex Educators,Counselors and Therapists, 1979

American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Certified as Clinical Member 1988

ORGANIZATIONS:

1971 - 1988  (Fellow-77) American Orthopsychiatric Association

1974 -           American Psychiatric Association

1975 -          Washington Council of Child Psychiatry, Member

1976 -           American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors & Therapists. President Elect 1987-1988, President 1988/89. Certified Sex Therapist                 (1979).

1978 -              American Psychoanalytic Association, Affiliate Member (1978) to Member (1986).  Member, Committee on the Community & Society 1988 - 1991.

1979 -          Washington Psychoanalytic Association, Affiliate Member (1979) to   Member (1984)

1981 -    1994      A.K. Rice Institute, Member

1986 -           American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, (Fellow)

1986 -          International Psycho-Analytic Association, Member

1987 -           Society for Sex Therapy and Research

1988 -           American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Clinical Member

1993 -           International Association of Group Psychotherapy

EDITORIAL BOARDS:

1989 - 1996  Journal of Sex Education and Therapy

1988-1994    Psychiatry

1989 -           Dialogues:  Relational Perspectives on Psychoanalysis

1990 - 1992  The Psychodynamic Letter

OFFICES HELD

American Association of Sex Educators Counselors & Therapists

             President-Elect 1987-88. President 1988-89.

Washington School of Psychiatry Executive Council 1979 - 83.

AWARDS

1987              Outstanding Achievement Award.  From the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Md.  For services provided at the University's Medical School, 1981 - 1987.

1996                International Association of Marriage and Family Counseling Distinguished Presenter

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED:

1987-1994          As Director of the Washington School of Psychiatry, organized many conferences, workshops and lecture series, including four national conferences and one institute annually as Chair of the Object Relations Theory and Therapy Training Program, featuring prominent object relations theorists from the U.S. and Great Britain.

1994 - 1997        As Director of the International Institute of Object Relations Therapy’s two-year program in Object Relations Theory and Practice, organized the following international conferences:

July, 1995,          “Theory and Practice of Object Relations Therapy,” with Arthur  Hyatt Williams October, 1995, “Love and Hate in the Therapeutic Setting,” with Glen Gabbard, M.D.

November, 1995, “Brief Therapeutic Encounters,” with Robin Anderson, M.D.

February, 1996,  “Individual and Organizational Development,” with Anton Obholzer, M.D.

May, 1996,         “Guntrip and Self Psychology,” with Jeremy Hazell, Ll.B., B.A.P., and Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.

July, 1996:          Infant Observation and Research Contributions to Object Relations Theory and Practice,” with Gianna Williams, Ph.D.; Stephen Suomi, Ph.D. and Mary Sue Moore, Ph.D.

October, 1996,    “Visions and Revisions” with Christopher Bollas, Ph.D.

January, 1997,    “Current Concepts of Kleinian Theory and Practice,” with Elizabeth Bott Spillius, Ph.D.

February, 1997,  “Addiction, Perversion, Trauma,” with Earl Hopper, Ph.D.

April, 1997,         “Creativity, Regression and Acting Out,” with Gregorio Kohon, M.D.

October, 1997,   “Between Conflict and Fragmentation: Theory and Technique,” with Salman Akhtar, M.D.

January, 1998,   “Narcissism and Spirituality,” with Neville Symington

April, 1998,        “Therapy with the Severely Disturbed Child and Adult,” with Anne Alvarez

1995                  Treating Trauma and Divorce, co-sponsored with the Instituto de Psicologia Clinica y Psicoterapia, Panama City, Panama, January 12-13, 1995.

                          Traumatic Realities and Object Relations, co-sponsored with the Object Relations Group of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, February 24-25, 1995.

1996                  Fairbairn Conference, co-sponsored byPsychoanalytic Dialogues, New York Academy of Medicine and IIORT, New York City, October 4-6, 1996

BOOKS: 

  1. Between Two Worlds:  Aspects of the Transition from School to Work,  David E. Scharff and J. M. M. Hill, Careers, Consultants Books, London, 1976.
  2. The Sexual Relationship:  An Object Relations View of Sex and the Family.  Routledge & Kegan Paul, Boston & London,1982 - (in "The International Library of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process.")
  3. Object Relations Family Therapy, (with Jill Savege Scharff) Jason Aronson, 1987.
  4. Issue Editor with L. David Levi: The Intrapsychic and Interpersonal Dimensions: An Unresolved Dilemma.  Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 8:4:88.  The Analytic Press,Hillsdale, New Jersey.
  5. Object Relations Couple Therapy, (with Jill Savege Scharff), Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.,1991.
  6. Refinding the Object and Reclaiming the Self, Jason Aronson,Northvale, NJ, (1992).
  7. Scharff Notes: A Primer of Object Relations Therapy, (with Jill Savege Scharff). Jason Aronson,Northvale, NJ, (1992)
  8. From Instinct to Self:  The Collected Papers of W.R.D.Fairbairn.  Vols. I & II.  (edited with Elinor Fairbairn Birtles).Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ, (1994)
  9. Object Relations Therapy of Physical and Sexual Trauma, (with Jill Savege Scharff).  Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ (1994)
  10. Object Relations Theory and Practice  Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ (1995).(Edited, with extensive introduction)
  11. Object Relations Individual Therapy, with Jill Scharff.  Jason Aronson, Northvale,  NJ (1998).
  12. Fairbairn Then and Now, edited with Neil Skolnick.  Analytic Press (1998).
  13. Tuning the Therapeutic Instrument: The Affective Learning of Psychotherapy. Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ (2000)
  14. The Psychoanalytic Century: Freud's Legacy for the Future.Other Press, NY (2001)

  15. Theories and Strategies of Family Therapy(with Jill Savege Scharff).Allyn & Bacon (2002)

ARTICLES:

  1. "Case Report of a Borderline Patient", Psychiatric Opinion, April, 1969.
  2. "The Transition from School to Work:  Group Work in London High Schools", In When Schools Care, Irving Berkovitz, editor.  Brunner/Mazel, 1975.
  3. "Sex Is a Family Affair:  Sources of Discord and Harmony",  Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy.  Vol. 11, # 1, Spring, 1976.
  4. "Expressions of Ambivalence in Sexual Relationships", Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality.  Vol. 11, # 1, Spring, 1976.
  5. "The Power of Sex to Sustain Marriage",  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality.  Vol. 12, #8, August, 1978, p. 8 - 25.
  6. "Truth and Consequences in Sex and Marital Therapy:  "The  Revelation of Secrets in the Therapeutic Context." Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy,  Vol. 4, # 1, Spring 1977.
  7. "Childhood Origins of Sexual Difficulty",  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality.  Vol. 12, # 9, Sept., 1978, p. 61 - 70.
  8. Teaching and Learning:  An Experiential Conference" (with Jill Savege Scharff)  Journal of Personality and Social Systems,  Vol. 2, # 1, 1979, p. 53 - 78.
  9. "L'impossible dilemme" in Choisir de Donner La Vie: Proceedings of the International Colloquium of "Choisir", Oct 5 - 7, 1979 at UNESCO, Paris. Paris, Gallimard. (1979) pp 293 - 300.
  10. "The Use of a Sex Rap Group in an Adolescent  Medical Clinic",  David E. Scharff,  Thomas Silber,  Gordon Tripp, et al.  Adolescence.  Vol. 15, # 60, Winter, 1980.
  11. "Between Two Worlds:  Emotional Needs of Adolescents Facing the Transition from School to Work',  In Responding to Adolescent Needs, editor Max Sugar, S. P. Medical and Scientific Books, New York, 1980.
  12. Commentary on "Helping Parents with Quarreling Siblings" by H. and J. Rosenstock. Medical Aspects of Human sexuality 17, 1. January 1983. p 104 - 108.
  13. Book Review of:  The Family's Construction of Reality, by David Reiss, Psychiatry, Nov., 1983.
  14. "Painful Memories", Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality. 1985. Vol. 18 # 12. Dec. 1984. p 88 - 100.
  15. "How to Caution Children About Talking to Strangers", Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality 19:6. June 1985 p 188 - 209.   Scharff,D.E., Drake,F.R., Scharff, J.S., Ehemann, L.J.
  16. "An Object Relations Approach to Inhibited Sexual Desire," in Sexual Desire Disorders, S.R. Lieblum and R.C. Rosen, eds. New York, NY., Guilford (1988)pp 45 -74fi
  17. "Countertransference as the Interface Between the Intra- psychic and the Interpersonal".  Epilogue to  "The Intra- psychic and Interpersonal Dimensions:  An Unresolved Dilemma.      Psychoanalytic Inquiry 8:4:1988   pp 598 - 602
  18. "An Object Relations Approach to Sexuality in Family Life". In Foundations of Object Relations Family Therapy, ed J.S. Scharff, Northvale N.J., Jason Aronson 1989. pp 399 - 417
  19. "Transference, Countertransference and Technique in Object Relations Family Therapy".  In Foundations of Object Relations Family Therapy, ed. J.S Scharff, Northvale N.J.,  Jason Aronson 1989. pp 421-445
  20. "Family Therapy and Sexual Development: An Object Relations Approach,"  Intimate Environments, D. Kantor and B. Okun eds., New York, NY., Guilford (1989) pp 1 -27.
  21. "Transference and Countertransference with Young Children in Family Therapy"  in "Children and Family Therapy: Treatment & Training" ed. J.Zilbach, Special issue of Psychotherapy and The Familyï, Vol 5 # 3/4 1989.
  22. "Sexual Development & Sexual Psychopathology;  An Object Relations Point of View".  In îThe Handbook of Developmental Psychopathologyï.  Michael Lewis & Suzanne M. Miller,editors, New York: Plenum, 1990.
  23. Book Review of “Fairbairn's Journey to the Interior”by J.D.Sutherland. "Psychiatry", Vol. 53, NO.3, pp 324-326 (1990).
  24. "Relational Concepts and Their Implications".  Book reviewon Stephen Mitchell's Relational Concepts in Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp 429-38 (1990).
  25. "The Early Phase of Treatment: An Object Relations Approach".  Psychiatric Medicine, Vol. 10, No. 2, (1992).
  26. "Using Countertransference in Family Therapy" (with Jill Savege Scharff).  Family Therapy Networker, September-October, 1991, pp. 73-78.
  27. "The Object Relations of the Therapist."  The Clinical Supervisor, 1992,Vol. 10, No. 2.
  28. Book Review of “The Relevance of the Family to Psychoanalytic Theory” by Theodore Lidz, M.D. “The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association”, Vol. 44 #1, 1996.
  29. "Object Relations Couple Therapy," with Jill Savege Scharff.  Invited article, American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 51 #2, 1997.
  30. "Sex and Intimacy,"The Intimate Couple, eds. Carlson, J. and Sperry, L.Brunner/Mazell, 1999.
  31. "Object Relations Brief Therapy”co-author with Michael Stadter, inBrief Therapy with Individuals and Couples, edited by John Carlson and Len Sperry, Zeig, Tucker &Theisen, Inc., 2000. 
  32. "Fairbairn and the Self as an Organized System:  Chaos Theory as a New Paradigm", Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 8, No. 2, Fall 2000.
  33. "Applying Psychoanalysis to Couple Therapy:  The Treatment of a Couple with Sexualized Persecutory Internal Objects Resulting from Trauma", Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 4, Fall 2001.

GROUP RELATIONS TRAINING & EXPERIENCE

  1. Residential Conferences in group work and organizational behavior.  July 6 - 12, 1971 November 12 - 17, Sponsored by the A. K. Rice Institute.
  2. Residential Group Relations Conference, Leicester, England, April 6 - 19, 1973.                 Sponsored by Tavistock Institute.
  3. Group Relations and Organizations.  Course at American University taught by  Kenn Rogers, Ph.D. Spring, 1972.

MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTATION

  1. Urban Sisters Coalition Schools, Boston, 1969 - 1970.
  2. Anacostia Community School Project, Washington, D.C. 1970-72.
  3. Secondary Schools, Inner London Education Authority, 1972 - 1973.
  4. McKinley High School, Wash., DC. 1973-74.
  5. Wilson High School, Wash., DC., 1975-76.
  6. Columbia Road Pre-School, 1976-79.
  7. Capitol East Day Care Center, 1979-80.
  8. Teaching and supervision of Mental Health Consultation, 1970 - 1981.

CONSULTATION AND RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. School  Consultation Project, 1970 - 72, Anacostia Community School Project, Washington, DC.(Results summarized in paper presented,April,1972, American Orthopsychiatric Association Meetings).
  2. Research on psychological aspects of "The Transition from School to Work", carried at Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London, under the supervision of J.M.M. Hill, Director, Center for Applied Social Research,Sept. 1972 - July 1973 and in Washington D.C. 1973 - 1974.  Published as Between Two Worlds: Aspects of the Transition from School to Work
  3. Collaboration in pilot project in training student teachers, with Mildred Marshak,Ph.D.,  Institute of Education, University of London, 1972 - 1973.
  4. Clinical Research in Sex Therapy and Family Dynamics, 1974 - 1981
  5. Research project, USUHS, "Risk Factors in Medical Student Development":March, 84-86.Results presented at International Group Psychotherapy Association, Zagreb 1986, and Tavistock Clinic Conference on Training, August, 1987.
  6. Consultation and Training to Office of the Assistant Inspector General,  U.S. Department of Labor, Oct. 1985.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1967 - 1970  Harvard University, Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry.

1970 - 1972  NIMH - St. Elizabeths Hospital, Training Officer NIMH Psychiatric Residency Program.

1972 - 1973  Tavistock Clinic, London, Honorary Senior Registrar

1973 - 1981  George Washington University, Instructor (1973/4) Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, D.C. and Assistant Clinical Professor, 1974 - 1981.

1977 - 1994  Faculty, Washington School of Psychiatry,

1981 -          Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Associate Professor of Psychiatryand Family Practice, 1981-87.  Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, 1987-89. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, 1990.

1981 -          Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, to Clinical Professor (1990), Georgetown University School of Medicine.

PART-TIME TEACHING

  1. 1974-81      George Washington University, Co-Chair, 1st year Psychiatry Course.
  2. 1975-76      Department of Psychiatry, Children's Hospital National Medical Center. Head, Group and Family Course.
  3. 1974-81      Resident supervision and teaching, George Washington University andChildren's Hospital.
  4. 1975-80      Director, one and two day conferences:   "Teaching and Learning, an Experiential  Conference".  American University; The Mark Twain School, Rockville, Maryland;  Honors Program, University of Maryland.
  5. 1977-6/94     Washington School of Psychiatry.     Psychoanalytic Family Therapy Program, Faculty 1977 - ; Advanced Psychotherapy   Program Faculty, 1986 - ; Child and Adolescent Program Faculty,1986 -. Clinical Program in Psychotherapy.Practice, 1989 - .
  6. 1980-87 Consultant, Group Relations Conferences, A.K.Rice Institute. Director, A.K. Rice Group Relations Conference on Governmental Issues (1984 & 85)
  7. 1981 -        Supervision and teaching to residents  and child fellows, Georgetown Medical School, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Bethesda Naval Hospital, George Washington Medical School.
  8. 1994 -    Consultant in Psychiatry and Family Therapy, Child and Family Services, Washington, D. C.
  9. 1995 -    Consultant in Couple Therapy, Jewish Social Services, Rockville, MD.

PRESENTATIONS:

Numerous presentations since 1971. Examples during last 20 years include:

Grand Rounds and Presentations:

Suburban Hospital, Children's Hospital, Georgetown Department of Psychiatry, Walter Reed Army Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Bethesda Naval Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Community Psychiatric Clinic, Arlington Mental Health Center,

Northwest Clinic of the District of Columbia, The American University Counseling Center.  The Greater Washington Society of Clinical Social Workers; Lecture on Adolescent Sexuality at the Psychiatric Institute Foundations Program on Adolescence, April1988; University Hospitals, Cleveland (1986); Tavistock Clinic -several times since 1975; Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Oct. 1988; Friends of the Michigan Psychoanalytic Society, Oct. 1988;  Payne Whitney Department of Social Work, May 1989;  Bethesda Naval Hospital, Dept. of Psychiatry, 1991;  University of Utah Medical School, Nov. 1991.

The Washington School of Psychiatry:  1978 - 1994

       Yearly presentations on Object Relations Family Therapy at Annual Family Therapy Symposia; other Washington School of Psychiatry meetings, including The Kingdom of Oedipus (1988); Dreaming Since Freud; October 1989, Discussant, at the WSP Co-

sponsored Annual Meeting of National Association for Self Psychology, Wash. D.C., Oct. 1988.

SCIENTIFIC MEETING PRESENTATIONS

American Academy of Child Psychiatry, (1983, 1984, 1986).

American Family Therapy Association (1986).

American Academy of Psychoanalysis (1986).

American Psychiatric Association (workshop and course 1986).

Family Therapy Networker - most years since 1979.

American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (symposia and workshops: - most years since 1982 on Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy, Integration of Therapies.

American Psychoanalytic Association:  co-chair of Workshop on Family Therapy (1987-89).

Workshop on Marriage and Family Therapy - Winter 1989, Spring, 990.

American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists: Several presentations including organizing a panel: Sexual Secrets, April 1986; organizing panel: Integration of Marital Family and Sexual Therapy, May 1987; Object Relations Marital Therapy, 1988.

International Association of Group Psychotherapy, Zagreb, Yugoslavia 1987:  Medical Student Stress and the Institution ofthe Medical School; Object Relations Family Therapy.

American Psychoanalytic Association. ““From Instinct to Self: The evolution and implications of W. R. D. Fairbairn’s theory of object relations,” with Ellinor Fairbairn Birtles, December, 1996

Fairbairn Conference, co-sponsored byPsychoanalytic Dialogues, New Yok Academy of Medicine and IIORT.  "Fairbairn Applied: Uses of Theory Beyond Psychoanalysis and Implications of Applied Analysis for Basic Theory," New York, 1996.

International Psychoanalytic Association, International Congress of Psychoanalysis.    “From Instinct to Self: The evolution and implications of W. R. D. Fairbairn’s   theory of object relations,” with Ellinor Fairbairn Birtles, Barcelona, July, 1997.

SPECIAL KEY NOTE PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

(This section only updated through 1997.  Information on recent workshops and presentations available on request.)

  1. The Institute of Group Analysis, London, England, (Sept., 1983) Keynote speaker for symposium on Sex and the Family.  Participated and delivered two papers: 1. "Ideology, Sexuality and Countertransference in Sexual Disorders"; and 2. "The Infant'sInvention of the Family: A Review of the Oedipus Complex".
  2. Heidelberg University, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine, Feb., 1985, "Sexual Unfolding of the  Transference".
  3. Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick, Massachusetts, "Integrating Individual and Family Therapy", Sept. 1987.  
  4. The annual program of the Jewish Family Service Association Atlanta, Georgia: Oct. 1987, "Integrating Individual and Family Therapy".
  5. The Ann C. Schwartz Institute for Family Treatment. "Integrating Individual and Family Therapy", Jewish Family Service Association, Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 5, 1986.
  6. Blanton-Peele Graduate Institute of Religion & Health, May 1986; "Integrating Individual and Family Therapy".                
  7. Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Master Lecturer:  "Intimacy and Sexuality", New Orleans, Los Angeles March, 1987.Leonard Morse Hospital. "Object Relations Family Therapy," (seminar), Natick, MA, September 18, 1987.
  8. The State University of New York at Oneonta:  Object  Relations Family Therapy and the Integration of Individual and Family Therapy, 2 day Workshop, Oct. 1988.
  9. Friends Hospital, Philadelphia, May 1988, "Adolescent Sexuality".
  10. Oslo, Norway (Summer 1988):one week of teaching Object Relations Family Therapy to five psychiatric and child Psychiatric teaching hospitals and clinics in Oslo, by arranged sponsorship of these clinics including Dikemark Hospital, Nic Waals Institute, and the Oslo Mental Hygiene Clinic.
  11. New York Post Graduate Institute: "Object Relations Family Therapy."  April 26, 1989.
  12. Georgia Association of Marriage and Family Therapists: "The Convergence of Self and System" (with Jill Savege Scharff, MD).  May 17-19, 1989.
  13. Canadian Association for Sex Research, Sept. 15/16 1989. One day workshop on the integration of marital and sexual therapy, and keynote speech for the Association Annual Meeting.
  14. UCLA, Department of Psychiatry, Extension Division.  Participation and keynote presentation in a conference on approaches to Marital Therapy and the Family.  Nov. 4-5, 1989.
  15. The Center for Family Studies, Chicago, IL: "Object Relations Family Therapy."  1989.
  16. North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, New York.  Grand Rounds: "Object Relations Family Therapy."  Jan. 12, 1990.
  17. Virginia Society for Clinical Social Work, Richmond, VA.  April 13, 1990. "Integrating Individual, Couples and Family Therapy:  An Object Relations Approach".
  18. Los Angeles, California; Southern California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Annual Workshop May 17 - 20, 1990.  Two day presentation on Object Relations Family Therapy.
  19. Menninger Clinic Symposium Treating Sex Related Concerns:  Current Strategies and Techniques. June 22, 1990. "Sexual Disorders and How They Originate in the Family".
  20. Cape Cod Institute of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, (with Jill Savege Scharff) Well Fleet, Massachusetts, August 27-31, 1990.
  21. Knoxville, TN.  Symposium for the Advancement of Family Therapy.  Two day Workshop: Oct. 15-16, 1990.
  22. University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT.  "Individual and Family Therapy: An Object Relations Integration" as presented in the Master Therapists series.  September 24,1990.
  23. The New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center, Westchester Division:  "Object Relations Family Therapy." October 24, 1990.
  24. The Suburban Maryland Psychiatric Society and The Department of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Annual Dinner Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland.  Presentation: "Sex and Relational Issues in Couple's Therapy."  January 30, 1991.
  25. The Family Networker, Washington, DC.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy."  March 15, 1991.
  26. West Coast Seminars, Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA;  Seattle, WA, with Jill S. Scharff, MD.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple and Family Therapy."  March 16 & 17, 23 & 24, 28 & 29, 1991.
  27. The Department of Psychiatry, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.  Presentation "Current Directions in Object Relations Theory."  April 10, 1991.
  28. The Cutting Edge 1991, UCSD Department of Psychiatry, San Diego, CA.  Presentation: "Using Countertransference Creatively in Family Therapy" and "Using Countertransference Creatively in Couples Therapy."  April 27-28, 1991.
  29. The Psychological Association of Western New York (PAWNY), Amherst, NY.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy."  May 10, 1991.
  30. The San Antonio Group Psychotherapy Society (SAGPS), San Antonio, TX.  Presentation: "Object Relations Family Therapy."  September 6, 1991.
  31. The Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (BPSI), Burlington, MA.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy"  with Jill Savege Scharff.  September 20-21, 1991.
  32. The Alumni Association of the Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute,  St. Louis, MO.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy" with Jill Savege Scharff, MD.  October 11, 1991.
  33. The Psychotherapy Book Club Seminar, New York, NY.  Presentation:  "Object Relations Couple Therapy" with Jill Savege Scharff.  October 25-26, 1991.
  34. The Norman S. Anderson, MD Award Fund, Salt Lake City, UT.  Presentation: "Object Relations Theory and Therapy."  November 8 and 9, 1991, and November, 1992.
  35. Georgia Association for Pastoral Care (GAPC), Atlanta, GA.   Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy" with Jill Savege Scharff, MD.  December 6-7, 1991.
  36. AAMFT annual meeting, Washington, DC.  Presentation on Object Relations Individual and Couple Therapy.  (Couples presentation with Jill Savege Scharff, MD).  March 13, 1992.
  37. The Psychotherapy Book Club, Houston, TX; Denver, CO; and Chicago, IL. Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy" with Jill Savege Scharff, MD.  March 14-15, March 20-21, and April 24-25, 1992.
  38. Connecticut Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), Waterbury, CT.  Presentation: "Object Relations Couple Therapy: Theory in Therapy."  May 1, 1992.
  39. California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy:  Object Relations Family Therapy, San Francisco, CA  April, 1993.
  40. Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, Object Relations in Individual and Couple Therapy.  (Seminar) San Francisco, CA, April 1993.
  41. Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California Object Relations in Individual and Couple Therapy.  (Seminar) San Francisco CA.  April, 1993.
  42. Psychotherapy Book Club Seminars.  New York, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego.  September, 1992 - March, 1993.  Advances in Object Relations Therapy.
  43. Institute for Group Analysis, London, "The Use of Group Process in Training" and "On Countertransference in Family Therapy."  October, 8-10, 1993.
  44. American Group Psychotherapy Association, “Treating the Family Group: The Object Relations Approach,” Chair of discussion session, Washington, D.C., February 17, 1994.
  45. Tavistock Institute of Marital Studies, with Jill Savege Scharff, 2-day Conference. April, 1994. Keynote presentations.
  46. International Roundtable for the Advancement of Counseling.  Keynote address:  "Family Diagnosis as an Aid to Counseling"  Munich, Germany.  April, 1994.
  47. Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy.  4-day Seminar, Family Therapy Association, Helsinki, Finland.  September, 1994.
  48. St. Joseph's Health Center Foundation, "Object Relations Couple and Family Therapy," (seminar), Syracuse, NY, October 21, 1994.
  49. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, “Individual Therapy for Family Therapists,” (seminar), Chicago, IL, November 4, 1994.
  50. Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. "The Application of Object Relations to Couple and Family Therapy," (institute), New York, November 11, 1994.
  51. FMS Foundation and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. "Promoting Healing in the Family," workshop, December 10, 1994.
  52. MetroWest Medical Center. "Object Relations Therapy of Physical and Sexual Trauma," (seminar), Natick, MA, April 28-29, 1995.
  53. Society for Sex Therapy and Research.  “Case Presentation: The Formation and Treatment of a Couple’s Perversion after Physical Trauma,” (seminar), New York, NY, March 12, 1995.
  54. Tavistock Marital Studies Institute, London. "Learning to Observe the Couple Clinically," and "Perspectives on Learning from the Couple," London, March 17-18, 1995.
  55. Balint Society, London. "Marital and Sexual Dysfunction in a Couple after Physical Trauma," London, March 21, 1995.
  56. The Tavistock Clinic, London. "From Instinct to Self: Fairbairn's Construction of Object Relations Theory," London, March 25, 1995.
  57. The Toronto Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.  “Refinding the Object: Reclaiming the Self,” (workshop), Toronto, Canada, June 3, 1995.
  58. Cape Cod Institute, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. "Object Relations Couple and Family Therapy," course, July 31-August 4, 1995.
  59. New York State Society for Clinical Social Work.  "Treating the Traumatized Family,” Long Island, NY,  September 17, 1995.
  60. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.  “Object Relations Therapy of Couples and Families,” (Pre-conference institute) Baltimore, MD, November 2, 1995.
  61. Smithsonian Institution, “Family Matters - And How,” (Lecture), Washington, DC, November 8, 1995.
  62. American Psychoanalytic Association. “From Instinct to Self: The Evolution and Implications of W. R. D. Fairbairn's Theory of Object Relations,” New York, December 16, 1995.Mexican Institute of Psychoanalysis. "Fairbairn's Contribution: A Foundation for Modern Psychoanalysis," Mexico City, March 21, 1996.
  63. International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors.  "Object Relations Therapy of the Family Group," Pittsburgh, PA, April 21, 1996.
  64. California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. (Seminars) “Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy,” and “Object Relations Therapy of the Traumatized Couple and Family,” San Diego, CA,  May 3, 1996.
  65. Stockholms Akademi for Psykoterapiutbildning (SAPU).  "Object Relations Therapy: Family and Individual Development," (workshop), Stockholm, Sweden, September 5, 1996.
  66. University of Copenhagen, Institute of Clinical Psychology. "Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy," "Object Relations Approach to the Treatment of Trauma," (lectures), Copenhagen, Denmark, September 6, 1996.
  67. Sexological Society, Copenhagen. "Sexological Workshop,"  (symposium), Copenhagen, Denmark, September 7, 1996.
  68. Psychoterapeutisk Workshop at Gentofte Hospital, Copenhagen and Danish Society for Clinical Sexology. "Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy -- Theory and Technique,"  (workshops) Copenhagen, Denmark, September 9-10, 1996.
  69. Fairbairn Conference, co-sponsored byPsychoanalytic Dialogues, New York Academy of Medicine and IIORT.  "Fairbairn Applied: Uses of Theory Beyond Psychoanalysis and Implications of Applied Analysis for Basic Theory," New York, October 4-6, 1996.
  70. The School for Psychotherapy, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. "Object Relations Family Therapy: Theoretical and Therapeutic Overview," "Object Relations Sex and Marital Therapy," and "The Process of Change in Object Relations Couple and Family Therapy," series of one-day workshops, Jerusalem, Israel, November 12 - 14, 1996.
  71. National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, Inc. "Psychoanalytic Object Relations Theory and Couple Therapy," Keynote address and workshop: "Using Projective and Introjective Identification in Couple Assessment," and "Sexuality in Couple Assessment and Treatment," New York, December 7, 1996.
  72. Derner Institute, Adelphi Society, Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.  "Object Relations Treatment of Physical and Sexual Trauma,"  Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, February 8, 1997.
  73. Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study. "Object Relations Couple Therapy," (workshop) Seattle, WA, February 22, 1997.
  74. American Psychological Association, Division 39.  "Treating Physical and Sexual Trauma with Object Relations Family and Couple Therapy," (invited institute), Denver, CO, February 26, 1997.
  75. Milton H. Erickson Foundation.   Keynote Address, and workshop: "Object Relations Couple Therapy," San Francisco, CA  March 14-17, 1997.
  76. Family Therapy Networker. "Brief Object Relations Therapy," Washington, DC, March 22, 1997.
  77. International Psychoanalytic Association, International Congress of Psychoanalysis.  “From Instinct to Self: The evolution and implications of W. R. D. Fairbairn’s theory of object relations,” with Ellinor Fairbairn Birtles, Barcelona, July, 1997.
  78. Greater Kansas City Psychoanalytic Society.  Object relations theory and its application to couple and family therapy, seminar and workshop, Kansas City, KS, May 2-3 1997.
  79. Cape Cod Institute, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  "Object Relations Couple Therapy," (institute), August 18-22, 1997.

(This section only updated through 1997.  Information on recent workshops and presentations available on request.)

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