If you’ve come to this site, you may be considering seeing me for psychodynamic therapy, psychoanalysis or clinical supervision (technically, consultation for licensed psychotherapists). Or, you may be a clinician or a scholar who is thinking about entering psychoanalytic training here in Washington DC; and you are seeking out a Training and Supervising Analyst. In either case, I welcome your call: 301.656.9650.
If you decide to call, here’s what happens when you call for psychotherapy or psychoanalysis. Also, here’s an article about me: Johns Hopkins University faculty member teaches psychoanalysis and psychotherapy to graduate students.
I work in Chevy Chase, Maryland, just steps away from the Washington DC border and the Friendship Heights metro (red line). Of course, you may not be looking for me. Rather, you may have stumbled upon this site while seeking treatment or training in your locale.
For those living outside of the area, here’s a list of psychoanalytic institutes in the United States that provide both treatment and training.
In conclusion, each of these places offer opportunities for psychoanalytic training and treatment. In addition, if I can be of help as a psychoanalyst, a psychodynamic therapist or a clinical supervisor, I welcome your call: 301.656.9650.