Christine Dunbar: Psychoanalyst and Therapist
Born in 1944, Christine grew up on the South Island of New Zealand, the third child of parents who were members a strict Christian sect called Plymouth Brethren. The sect's values prepared Christine very well to understand the concept of repression. But, very unusually, she formed the ambition that she wanted to be a doctor, and a psychiatrist, and that with this preparation she would make her escape. Over the objections of the Brethren Elders, she went to the University of generico cialis Otago's Medical School, then the use levitra only medical school in New Zealand, and after she graduated in 1968, the year that her mother died, she took a position as a ship's doctor and set off for England.
In London, she did her post-graduate psychiatric training and residency. Psychoanalysis came into her purview during a year at the Institute for Group Analysis, and she resolved that when she emigrated with a Canadian husband, she would pursue training in Toronto. After the birth of her daughter, she did that, and qualified in 1985.
She has had many clinic and hospital positions in Toronto, and teaches medical students and residents now in the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai Hospital, while maintaining a private practice in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
Twenty years ago, regretting the lack of a good source in Toronto for psychiatric and www.nextstagecapital.com psycho-analytic books, Christine co-founded Caversham Booksellers with her late husband. The bookstore, which is order propecia online the largest mental health bookstore in North America, was sold to its manager two years ago, but she is now teaming up with him and the staff there who will market and distribute Caversham Production's history of psychoanalysis timeline.
Elisabeth Young Bruehl: Biographer of Anna Freud and Retired Psychoanalyst
Elisabeth Young-Bruehl was born in 1946, the middle child of a mother whose family had lived for many generations on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and a father from an old Virginia family. She grew up on her mother's family's farm and in the town of buy cialis pills Newark, Delaware, where her father, then an ex-Marine, took a job as a teaching golf professional. Elisabeth, too, escaped from the viagra 25mg provinces to the metropole --in her case, not London, but New York. She completed her undergraduate degree and went on to do a PhD in Philosophy at the New School for Social research, just at the moment that Hannah Arendt became a member of the Graduate Faculty there.
For five years Elisabeth was Arendt's doctoral student, finishing her degree and joining the faculty at Wesleyan University shortly before Hannah Arendt died in 1975. Arendt's émigré friends asked her to brand name cialis write the biography that appeared in 1982 to much acclaim: Hannah Arendt - For Love of the World.
For the next twenty years, Elisabeth had an academic career, writing a number of books, including the one that drew her into the world of psychoanalysis: Anna Freud -A Biography (1988). She did psychoanalytic training, first in New Haven, working with Hans Loewald, and then in Philadelphia, where she graduated in 1999 and was certified by the American Psychoanalytic Association two years later, after opening a practice in New York. In recent years, starting with The Anatomy of Prejudices in 1996, her writing has been predominantly in the field of psychoanalysis, its practice and dosage levitra history.
She has now relocated to Toronto, retiring from her private psychoanalytic practice in New York, and turning full-time to writing, and to Caversham Productions.