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2006-2007 Friday Seminar Series

Edward Hoffman, Ph.D.,

Kabbalah and Psychology


Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., is an adjunct associate professor at Yeshiva University. He has been a New York State licensed psychologist for over 20 years. Dr. Hoffman has authored more than a dozen acclaimed books in psychology and mystical aspects of Judaism. These include The Way of Splendor, The Heavenly Ladder, The Hebrew Alphabet: A Mystical Journey, Future Visions: The Unpublished Papers of Abraham Maslow, and The Wisdom of Carl Jung. Dr. Hoffman’s books have been translated into many languages, and he lectures throughout the United States and abroad.


Brian Feldman, Ph.D.

Erotic Transferences and the Therapist's Psychic Bisexuality


Brian Feldman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian psychoanalyst. He served as chief of clinical psychology in the department of Child Psychiatry at Stanford Medical Center. Currently, he is a training analyst for the Interregional Society of Jungian Analysts and on the faculties of the Jung Institute of San Francisco and the Northwest Center for Psychoanalysis. He is fluent in Spanish and teaches and consults in Paris, Mexico, Brazil, and Japan. His publications are mostly in the area of infant observation and child development, but his recent interest in organizational development has led to a published article, and he plans to do more in this area.


Elio Frattaroli, M.D.

Healing the Soul in the Age of the Brain


Elio Frattaroli, M.D. is a psychiatrist, as well as a  “classically trained but reasonably enlightened Freudian psychoanalyst”. He is on the faculty of the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia, teaches psychiatry residents at Albert Einstein Medical Center and Temple University, and is in private practice. His book, Healing the Soul in the Age of the Brain; When Medication is not Enough, was acclaimed by critics. Dr. Frattaroli studied Shakespeare at Harvard and trained with Bruno Bettelheim at the University of Chicago.   He lectures widely on: psychiatry, Buddhism and psychoanalysis, Freud and Jung, the philosophy of science, and American culture before and after 9/11. He was voted one of Philadelphia Magazine’s “Top Doc.”


Luise Eichenbaum, LCSW

Desire and Dependency; through a feminist, psychoanalytic lens


Luise Eichenbaum is a psychotherapist, psychology text author, and feminist writer. In 1976, she co-founded the Women’s Therapy Center in London and in 1981 the Women’s Therapy Center Institute in New York, where she is on the faculty and is a training supervisor. With Suzie Orbach (author of Fat is a Feminist Issue), she wrote What Women Want, Exploding the Myth of Dependency, and Between Women: Love, Envy and Competition in Women’s Friendships, and What Do Women Want: Exploding the Myth of Dependency. She has published widely in psychoanalytic and feminist journals and lectures throughout the US and the UK.


Don Fredericksen, Ph.D.

Jung and Liminal Cinema

With a Ph.D. in film studies and an M.A. in counseling psychology, Don Fredericksen has published extensively on film. (He also studied for four years at the Namgyal Monastery Institute for Buddhist Studies.) He is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Film at Cornell University and a faculty affiliate in the Religious and Visual Studies Programs. He book,  The Dream of Being" in Film: A Jungian Commentary on Bergman's Persona has recently been published, and he is working on another; The Liminal Cinema: Filmmaking as a Rite of Self-Initiation. He has lectured on Jung and film in Poland, Hungary, and the U.K., as well as in the U.S. He has served on the jury of the Krakow International Short Film Festival and the Camera-image Film Festival, both in Poland.


Michael Vannoy Adams, D.Phil., LCSW

The Butterfly Woman: Being Stuck and Getting Unstuck

A Case Presentation

Michael Vannoy Adams is a Jungian analyst in New York City. He is a clinical associate professor at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and associate professor at the NYU School of Social Work. He is a faculty member at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association, the Object Relations Institute, and the Eugene Lang College of the New School. An author of three books: The Fantasy Principle: Psychoanalysis of the Imagination (which received a Gradiva Award from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis), The Mythological Unconscious, and The Multicultural Imagination: Race, Color, and the Unconscious. He has been a Marshall scholar in England and a Fulbright senior lecturer in India.