|2008||Newport Psychoanalytic Institute||Psychoanalysis||Psy.D.|
|1969||University of Iowa||Clinical Psychology||Ph.D.|
|1967||University of Iowa||Clinical Psychology||M.A.|
|1963||Austin College||English and History||B.A.|
|1967-68||The Institute of Living, Hartford, CT||inpatient & outpatient diagnosis & psychotherapy||APA approved internship|
|1969-73||Reiss-Davis Child Study Center, Los Angeles, CA||NIMH Fellowship & Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy|
|1969-74||Independent training in psychoanalysis||California qualified "Graduate Psychoanalyst"|
|1983||The Newport Psychoanalytic Institute||Certificate in Psychoanalysis|
- Founder of the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute (since1974).
- Faculty Member and a Supervising and Training psychoanalyst.
- Founding Director of the Listening Perspectives Study Center (since 1980).
- Assistant Clinical Professor, College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, University of California at Irvine (since 1991).
- Private Practice in Newport Beach (1971-84) and in Orange since 1984. Specialized in case conference groups, as well as supervision and training therapy for mental health professionals. Consultant to several schools and community agencies. Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis with children, adolescents, and adults.
- Continuing Education lectures, seminars, home-study, and on-line courses for mental health professionals since 1971 have increased significantly since 1997 as C.E. courses are now mandated by most states. The major sponsors have been the Continuing Education Committee of the American Psychological Association (at annual conventions); Division 39 of APA at national meetings; Psycho-Legal Association, Cross-Country Education, Listening Perspectives Study Center, Newport Psychoanalytic institute.
- Expert Witness and legal consultation since the mid-1980s on more than 400 complaints against therapists in 19 states, Canada and United Kingdom.
Publications and Published Lectures
- Listening Perspectives in Psychotherapy, Jason Aronson, New York
- Interpreting the Countertransference, Jason Aronson, New York.
- Remembering Repeating and Working Through Childhood Trauma, Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.
- Working the Organizing Experience, Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.
- In Search of the Lost Mother of Infancy, Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.
- Terrifying Transferences: Aftershocks of Childhood Trauma, Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.
- Facing the Challenge of Liability in Psychotherapy: Practicing Defensively, Jason Aronson, Northvale, NJ.
- “Listening Perspectives for Emotional-Relatedness Memories.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol. 25, p. 455.
- Sex in Psychotherapy, Routledge, New York.
- Cross-Cultural Encounters, The International Psychotherapy
- Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- Making Love Last, The International Psychotherapy Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- Overcoming our Relationship Fears, The International Psychotherapy Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- Overcoming our Relationship Fears Workbook, The International Psychotherapy Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- Relational Interventions, The International Psychotherapy Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- The Relationship in Psychotherapy and Supervision, The International Psychotherapy Institute, www.freepsychotherapybooks.org
- “Sexual Pleasure in light of Intersubjectivity, Neuroscience, Infant Research, Relational Psychoanalysis, and Recognition therapy. Plenary address to the World Congress on Sexual Health, Porto Allege, Brazil, Sept. 24, 2013.
2015 Facing Our Cumulative Developmental Trauma, The International Psychotherapy
- “The Erotization of Otherness” at UCLA Conference “The Cultural Len in Psychotherapy” March 6, 2016
- “False Accusations: An Ever-Present Danger to Therapists”
- Gradiva “Best Book of the Year” Award from the National Association for the Advancement in Psychoanalysis for Remembering, Repeating, and Working Through Childhood Trauma: The Psychodynamics of Recovered Memories, Split Personality, Ritual Abuse, Incest, Molest, and Abduction.
- Gradiva “Best Book of the Year” Award for Terrifying Transferences: Aftershocks of Childhood Trauma.
- Gradiva “Best Book of the Year” Award for Facing the Challenge of Liability in Psychotherapy: Practicing Defensively.
- Honored during the centennial celebrations for the International Psychoanalytic Association as one of the major contributors to the field in the first one hundred years of psychoanalysis for the book Interpreting the Countertransference.
- Awarded Honorary Membership in the American Psychoanalytic Association.