- 1965-69: Haverford College, graduated with a BA and honors in Biology
- 1969-73: University of Virginia school of medicine, graduated with a MD
- 1973-74: Straight pediatric internship, Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
- 1974-75: Psychiatric residency, University of California, San Diego.
- 1975-77: Psychiatric residency, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
- 1977-78: Chief resident, Yale Psychiatric Institute, New Haven, CT.
- 1980-91: Psychoanalytic training at the Western New England Institute, New Haven, CT.
I accept referrals from medical providers for medication evaluation and treatment
of adolescents, adults and geriatric patients
who suffer from depression, bipolar, anxiety, psychotic, and eating disorders. I prefer to combine both medication treatment and psychotherapy.
- 1978-88: Altobello Hospital, staff psychiatrist and clinical director. Responsible for medication treatment of severely ill hospitalized adolescents.
- 1988-96: Director of the psychiatric clinic at Hospital of St. Raphael. Responsible for medication treatment of a wide variety of psychiatric problems.
- 1978-present: Private Practice of Psychiatry
I provide evaluation of psychiatric disorders in intellectually disabled adults and medication treatment if indicated.
Referrals are accepted from both agencies and individual providers.
At present, I am not accepting any clients in this area.
- 1988-present: Contract with Marrakech residential services to provide psychiatric consultation and treatment.
- 1990-present: Psychiatric consultation for New Samaritan.
- 1992-present: Contract with the state of Connecticut to provide psychiatric services to South-central group homes.
- 1996-present: Psychiatric consultation for SARAH Tuxis and SARAH Seneca residential services.
- 2000: Founder's Award from Marrakech for service to mentally retarded clients.
I provide individual psychotherapy, including
problem-focused, short-term therapy, long-term supportive therapy and
long-term exploratory therapy.
Frequency of treatment can range from intermittant to three times per week.
Problem-focused, short-term therapy is useful for mood and anxiety disorders, and focused relationship issues.
Long-term supportive therapy is useful for adjunct treatment of chronic psychiatric disorders.
Long-term exploratory therapy is useful for complex personality traits that contribute to inhibitions at work and relationships.
- 1975-78: Training in individual psychotherapy at the Yale Psychiatric Institute and the Connecticut Mental Health Center.
- 1978-present: Private practice of psychiatry with an emphasis on providing individual psychotherapy
I provide psychoanalysis to patients with complex
personality difficulties that contribute to inhibitions at work and
and have not improved with less intensive therapies.
Treatment frequency is four to five times per week for a number of years.
- 1980-91: Psychoanalytic training at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis
- 1978-present: Private practice of psychiatry, usually seeing 2-5 psychoanalytic patients at any one time.
- 1981-present: Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University
School of Medicine,
supervision of psychiatric residents in long-term psychotherapy.
- 1995-present: Faculty, Western New England Psychoanalytic Society
- 2001-present: Faculty and Chair, Western New England Studies in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy,
a new training program in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.