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Membership Directory

September, 1995

Members by country:

[This Directory is presented much as it was in 1995. I have occasionally updated and added information, but many addresses and telephone numbers may no longer be accurate. The purpose of the Directory was to help people with an interest in Horney become aware of each other, and I hope it will continue to serve that function. Those listed in the Directory are invited to update their entries via e-mail. Those who wish to be listed in the Directory may submit an entry via e-mail. At the end, I have added the names of people who have inquired about joining the IKHS since 1996, when we stopped adding members and collecting dues. In the body of the directory, members are listed alphabetically within countries, which are also listed alphabetically. BJP - 2001]

(Association of South East Asian Nations)

Wan Abdul Kader Wan Ahmad, Ph.D. (Psychological Counseling)

Department of Psychology, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia 825001.

Lecturing in counseling and personality; counseling training and practice.

I. G. A. Endah Ardjana, M.D.

Jl. Kirtajaya 79 F, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia;

private practice.

Lestari Basoeki, M.D.

Jl. Kudisari Selasau XIII/50, Surabaya, Indonesia. Tel. 819316 (031)

Psychiatry Department, Airlangga University; child psychiatry.

Tun Kurniasih Bastaman, M.D.

Jl. Ciputat Raya, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia.

Fakultas Kedokteran, University of Indonesia; Psychiatrist, Dharma Wangsa Mental Hospital, Dharmawangsa Raya, No. 13, Jakarta Selatan.

Didi Aryono Budiyono, M.D.

Taman Indah II/45, Menanggal, Surabaya 60234, East Java, Indonesia.

Resident, Dept. of Psychiatry, Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Pramudya Buntoro, M.D.

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Jl. Dharma Husada 6-8, Surabaya, Indonesia

Etta Chatterjee, L.L.B. (National University of Singapore)

193 Jalan SS 22/27, Danansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Tel. 03-7194929

Attorney. "I am a volunteer with Befrienders, Kuala Lumpur, which is a crisis counseling centre affiliated with Befrienders International that developed from the Samaritan Movement, begun in England in 1953 by Chad Uarah. I have been a volunteer since 1988 and have a keen interest in counseling, in psychology and psychological theories and schools of thought. Horney's ideas interest me as being holistically inclined and helpful to lay counselors like myself.

Natalia Cl, Psychologist

Grndo I/4 (Jeuku Umar) Str., Surabaya 60264, East Java, Indonesia

Applied Psychology and Management Center; "Mandala Yudhistira"

Bonaventura Handoko Daeng, M.D.

Jl. Pucang Taman 9, Surabaya 60282, Indonesia. Tel. (Office) (031) 40061, Ext. 175

Clinical Supervisor in Psychiatry, Chief of Biological Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Charles Evert Damping, M.D.

Taman Wisma Asri B23/40, Bekasi, Indonesia

Psychiatrist, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Salemba Raya 6, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Silvia Detri Elvira, M.D.

Jl. Senayan No. 2, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12180, Indonesia. Tel. 021-713853

Junior Lecturer, Dept. of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia; Psychiatrist, Outpatient Unity, Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital.

Igusti Ngurah Gunadi, M.D.

Jl. Bronggalan Sawah VI/37, Surabaya, Indonesia

Dept. of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

P. Hananta, M.D.

Jl. Darmo Harapan III/EC-44, Surabaya 60187, Indonesia. Tel. 716960

Dept. of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Fatima Haniman, M.D.

5-Ikan Belanak Street, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Department of Psychiatry, Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia; child psychiatrist.

Edi Hermeni, M.D.

Gaejungsari Barat XI/7, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Medical Faculty, Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Tuti Herwini, M.D.

Manyar Sindharu IV-26, Surabaya 60118, Indonesia. Tel. 69050

Dept. of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Sauli Hidayat, M.D.

Ngagel Mulyo III/9, Surabaya, Indonesia 60245

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital; Faculty of Medicine, Arilangga University.

Dr. Nin Shaliza Hussin, M.B.B.S.

66, Jalan Datnk Keramat Hujung, 54000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Department of Psychiatry, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Jalan Raja Muda A 212, Kuala Lumpur.

Jonli Indra, M.D.

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Jl. Dharma Husada 6-8, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Made Sugiharta Jasa, M.D.

Jln. Klampis Semolo Barat II P12/24, Surabaya 60119, Indonesia. Tel. (Office) 40061/ 40065, ext. 160

Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

F. Kintono, M.D.

Jln. Barata XII/14, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

Dept. of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia; private practice.

Saroja Krishnaswamy, A.M, M.B.B.S, M.R.C. Psychiatry, M.Sc. Clin. Edpid.

Faculty of Medicine, University of Kebangsaan, Malaysia.

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Kebangsaan; Consultant Psychiatrist.

D. Bachtiar Lubis, M.D., Ph.D. (University of Indonesia)

Jalan Danau Agung IV/8B, Jakarta Utara 14350, Indonesia. Tel. (21)689159

Professor of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, U. of Indonesia, Jakarta; Past President, Indonesian Psychiatric Association.

Mohamad Fadzil Man, MBBS (Malaya), M.Psy.Med. (Malaya)

No. 22, Jalan Chelagi, Damansara Heights, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel. 2556162

Private practice in General Psychiatry; Supervision for psychiatric residents, University of Malaya, National University of Malaysia; Treasurer, Malaysian Psychiatric Association; Chairman of 3rd Malaysian Conference in Psychological Medicine, 1992.

Lukas Mangindaan, M.D.

Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Salemba 6, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia.

Staff Member, Dept. of Psychiatry, U. of Indonesia; formerly child psychiatrist, U. of Hawaii.

Dr. T. Maniam, M.B.B.S., M. Psych. Med.

Dept. of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Malaysia (UKM), Jalan Raja Muda, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel. 03-2923066, ext. 5361.

Lecturing in psychiatry for medical students and psychiatric trainees; adult psychiatric clinics in General Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, cognitive therapy clinic; psychotherapy supervision. Member of International Association of Cognitive Therapy.

Research interests: Culture and psychotherapy; cognitions in depression and panic disorder in Malaysian patients; side effects of drugs; ECT; suicidal behavior. Published papers on suicide, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, psychotropic medication in general practice, traditional treatment for psychiatric illness.

"I wish to utilise Horney's ideas as another modality in understanding and helping patients."

Hendy Muagiri Margono, M.D.

10 Bangka Str., Surabaya 60281, Indonesia. Tel. 40187

Psychiatrist, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Dr. Mawardi

Jl. Wisma Permal Tengah XI/EE-15, Surabaya 60115, Indonesia.

Chief of Study Program in Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University, Surabaya; Supervisor of Outpatient Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya.

Hanafi Muljohardjono, M.D.

Kanginan III/12, Surabaya

Neuropsychiatrist, Social Psychiatrist; Medical Faculty, Airlangga University.

Dr. K. Mururhadas, M.B.B.S. (University of Mysore, India)

140 Jalan Rasah, Seremban, Malaysia

Medical Office, General Hospital, Malaysia; Malaysian Medical Association.

Dr. Nalini

Jl. Kedungsroko 103, Surabaya, Indonesia

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Jan Prasetyo, M.D. (FKUI), Child Psychiatry, U. of Hawaii

Jl. Kakap Raya 29, Rawamangun III, Jakarta 13220, Indonesia. Tel. (021)489-7434

Department of Psychiatry, University of Indonesia; Indonesian Psychiatric Association; International Pediatric Association.

Rahayu Prihatini, M.D.

Jl. Pisang I Gresik 61119, Surabaya, Indonesia. Tel. (Office) 40061, ext. 175

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Bambang Respati, M.D.

Jl. Blimbing IV/33, Pondok Jandra Indah, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Dept. of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Hendro Riyanto, M.D.

Jln. Dharmahusada Indah Tengah I/30 Blok C-82, Surabaya 60115, Indonesia. Tel. 031-596023

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Nor Hamidah Binti Motto Salleh, M.D.

15, Jalan Indah 3/9, Taman Ampang Indah, 68000 Ampang, Selangor, Malaysia. Tel. 03-2923066-5361

Resident psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Marlina Soemarjanto, M.D.

Jl. Trunojoyo 78, Surabaya, Indonesia 60264. Tel. 576852

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo General Hospital; Department of Psychiatry, Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Achmad S. Sungkar, M.D.

Ngagel Kebon Sari I/10-12, Surabaya, Indonesia

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital; Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia; psychotherapy.

Dr. Suparno

Office: Jl. Dharma Husada 6-8, Surabaya, Indonesia; home: Jl. Ciliwung, Malang, Indonesia. Tel. (Home) (0341) 43057

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice.

Luh Ketut Suryani, M.D., Ph.D.

Jalan Gandapura 12, Denpasar 80237, Bali, Indonesia. Tel. (0361) 27306

Psychiatrist, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.

Agus Susanto, M.D.

Jl. Karang Menur 103, Surabaya, Indonesia

Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia; private practice; diving and hyperbaric medicine.

Limas Sutanto, M.D.

Jalan Taman Dieng V/3, Malang 65146, Indonesia. Tel. (0341) 63763

General practice; psychiatric resident, Department of Psychiatry, Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Petrus D. Tjahjadi, M.D.

Jl. Kebon Raya 13, Jakarta Barat 11510, Indonesia. Tel. (021) 5684-554

Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Salemba 6, Jakarta 10430, Indonesia.

Endang Warsiki, M.D.

Subeng Airlangga IV/48, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Chief, Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Soetomo Hospital; Faculty of Medicine, Airlangga University; child psychiatry.

F. X. Wibiksana. A., Dentist, Psychologist

Grudo I/4 (Teuku Umar) Str., Surabaya 60264, East Java, Indonesia.

Director, Applied Psychology and Management Center, "Mandala Yudhistira."


Andrea Dlaska, M.A. (German and English, U. of Innsbruck)

8 Curzon St., Loughborough LE11 3BQ, England

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Innsbruck; presently teaching at U. of Loughborough, England. [2001 - dissertation has been completed and published. Now a Ph.D. Currently teaching in The Language Centre, U. of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. E-mail: <>.]

Translated Horney's "Ziele Der Analytischen Therapie" (The Goals of Analytic Therapy), published in the recent commemorative issue of AJP (Vol. 51). As research assistant to Bernard Paris at the University of Florida, has translated unpublished portions of Horney's notebooks and diaries and her previously untranslated essays in German.


Mariane Rohenkhol

Rua José do Patrocinio, 120, Apt. 208, 90050-000 Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Psychologist. Co-founder of the Karen Horney Society of Psychoanalytical Concepts of Porto Alegre.

Alexandre Aiquel Vas Costa, M.D.

Rua Furriel Luiz Antonio Vargas 238, ap. 302., Porto Alegre, RGS. Tel. 336-69777 (Office) [2001]

General practitioner. Co-founder of the Karen Horney Society of Psychoanalytical Concepts of Porto Alegre.


Kalina Zhuleva-Nacheva

18 "Ivan Rilski" Steet, Sofia 1606

Psychologist, graduate of the University of Sofia. Practices psychotherapy at a psychiatric out-patient clinic and lectures at the New Bulgarian University in Sofia.

"With a Fulbright Scholarship I had the chance to study at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis for a year with a program especially designed for me. Unfortunately, I was not able to complete my studies because the scholarship was for a year and I had no other funds with which to continue. In Bulgaria psychoanalysis and Horney theory are still not popular, which has made my further professional growth quite difficult. I would be grateful for any suggestions for scholarships or other ways of raising funds for my studies."


Paula Hope Durham, M.A. (Religious Studies)

124 Swift St., R.R. 1, Dunrobin, Ontario KOA 1TO

Ph.D. candidate, women and religion, University of Ottawa. Dissertation topic: Patriarchy and Self-Hate: Mary Daly Assessed and Evaluated in the Context of Karen Horney's Psychoanalytic Theory. [2001 - dissertation completed; now a Ph.D.]

"Mary Daly has written extensively on the pathology of patriarchy found in religion and permeating society. She believes that misogyny is what fuels patriarchy and advocates that women live their lives on the boundaries of patriarchal society, expending their energies 'Outercoursing' to the 'Background' biophilic, gynocentric world. To evaluate Daly's pathological diagnosis and resolution to it, I turn to Karen Horney. There is much in Horney that affirms Daly's description: the patriarchal male as aggressive-vindictive; the patriarchal female as compliant and morbidly dependent. Interestingly enough, Daly's liberated woman resembles Horney's detached-resigned neurotic type, suggesting more pathology where liberation is thought to lie. The resolution might be found in Horney's belief that self-hate--a refusal to be who one actually is--is at the root of pathology, patriarchal or otherwise. This insight would have implications for Daly's psychological assessment of patriarchy and her resolution to it."

Marco Ermacora

2427 Lockhart, Montreal, Quebec H3P 1X6. Tel. 514-735-0744

"I am generally interested in the works of the major 'neo-Freudians,' that is Karen Horney, Erich Fromm, and Wilhelm Reich. In addition, the works of Alexander Lowen and Rollo May are very important to me. Among my more specific interests is the relationship between neo-Freudian thought and politics and the arts. What is a non-neurotic way to go about doing politics? And what are the different dynamics of the neurotic styles of doing politics?"

Phyllis Grosskurth, Ph.D (English, University of London).

147 Spruce St., Toronto M5A 2J6. Tel. 416-924-3529

Professor in the Humanities and Psychoanalytic Thought Program at the University of Toronto. Author of numerous biographies, including Havelock Ellis, Melanie Klein: Her World and Her Work, and Margaret Mead: A Life of Controversy. Her most recent book is The Secret Ring: Freud's Inner Circle and the Politics of Psychoanalysis. Currently working on a biography of Lord Byron.

[2001 - has published a biography of Byron and an autobiographical memoir]

Annette Johnson

38 Chesterton Lane, Guelph, Ontario N1E 6S8.

Currently working on a Ph.D. in the French Department of the University of Toronto. Dissertation topic: "Karen Horney: A Socio-Psychological Approach to Troubadour and Trobairitz Lyric."

Floyd Rudmin

Faculty of Law, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

"I study the psychology of property and have reason to believe that Horney's ideas on this topic are not far amiss. I would be pleased to interact with any Horney scholars who have in interest in her work on possessiveness." Author of "Gender Differences in the Semantics of Ownership: A Quantitative Phenomenological Survey Study," Journal of Economic Psychology, 15 (1994), 487-510--an essay that makes use of Horney theory.


Zhang Chengmo

Room 203, House 2, Lane 401, Ti Yu Hui Road (E), Shanghai 200083

Professor of English, Shanghai International Studies University. Translator of Neurosis and Human Growth into Chinese.

Pan Guoqing, M.A. (Shanghai International Studies University), M.A. (English, U. of Florida)

1130E 9th St., Unit E, Bldg. 39, Albany, CA 94710

Faculty member, Shanghai International Studies University. Currently in M.B.A. program, University of California, Berkeley. Translator of several of Norman Holland's books into Chinese. Assisting with arrangements for Chinese translation and publication of Horney.

Xia Qing-gen

Editor, Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House, 74 Shaoxin Road, Shanghai 200020. E-mail:

This is the publishing house that has developed a "Karen Horney Series," that includes Chinese translations of many of her books and of several books by Bernard Paris, who is "external editor" of the series. Xia Qing-gen has agreed to be on the Steering Committee of the IKHS, representing China. [added in 2001]


Alberto Fergusson, M.D.

P. O. Box 093563, Bogota, COLUMBIA. Tel. 571-217-8833. Fax. 571-249-6457.

Private practice of psychiatry, 1976-present; private practice of psychoanalysis, 1977-present. Professor, Andes University. Training analyst, Colombian Psychoanalytic Freudian Study Group. Author of half-a-dozen essays. Director, Fungrata--an institute dedicated to the treatment of homeless chronic psychotics. Support has been given by the Inter-American Foundation (Washington, D.C.), and by the Inter-American Development Bank, 1982-present.


Yves Thoret, M.D., Ph.D.

53 avenue Anatole France, 78300 Poissy, France. Tel. T21: 30 65 82 37

Maître de Conférences de Psychopathologie, Directeur adjoint du Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes Freduiennes d l'Universite de Paris X Nanterre.

"I investigate the theme of theater in Sigmund Freud's works and the post-Freudian theories. I try to insist on the concept of theatricality and to analyze its mechanism. Under the influence of the works of Didier Anzieu, André Green, Norman Holland, and Bernard Paris, I try to analyze some theatrical works from this psychoanalytical point of view. On the other hand, it seems interesting to me to view some analytical concepts in the light of theatrical patterns and metaphors. The concept of theatricality may lead us to analyze "the spectator's response" to a theatrical performance.

My book entitled La théâtralité, approche psychanalytique was published in Paris in 1993 by Les éditions Dunod."


Anita Heyne

Rosenauer Weg 9, 72076 Tübingen, Germany

Student of psychology; member of the Erich Fromm Society. Interests include psychoanalytic theories of Erich Fromm and Karen Horney; feminist psychology.

"I am working on a dissertation with the theme: 'Interactional processes and therapist's reactions in therapeutic work with extremely traumatized persons.' I have started training in psychoanalytic-Gestalt-therapy."


George Evangelatos, M.D.

Trion Navarehon 74-76, Patras, Greece. Tel. (061) 343-582

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; practice in adult and child psychiatry.

"In my writings and speeches, I apply the Horneyan theory. I have participated in seminars, symposia, and round tables in which I have tried to make Greek psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers aware of different aspects of Horney theory. I am interested in politics, social psychology, ecology, etc. I am an active member of the "Movement of Self-Consciousness and Self-Protection," located here in Patras, which has as its goal the application of self-development techniques in order to prevent cruelty, aggression, destructiveness, and war. I wrote a book in Greek analyzing war and destructiveness from the perspective of social psychology in 1989. I am particularly interested in exploring Ghandi's technique of passive resistance in social and political matters."

Helen Papathanassopoulou

Voutsina 77-79, Holargos, 15561 Athens. Tel. 6528695

Graduate of School of Social Work. Student, Department of Psychology, University of Ioanning. Analysand of Dr. George Evangelatos. Social worker at the Psychotherapeutic and Child Psychiatric Center of Patras. Practice in psychotherapy under supervision of Dr. Evangelatos.


Usha Bande, Ph.D. (Indo-English Literature, Himachal Pradesh U.)

Wexlow, Lower Kaithu, Shimla -171003, H.P., India. Tel. 6173

Teaches literature at the Government College for Women, Shimla (affiliated with Himachal Pradesh U.)

"I became aware of the applicability of Horney to literature when I first came across a special issue of The Literary Review, edited by Dr. B. J. Paris. At a time when I was reading the novels of Anita Desai (an Indo-English novelist) and was trying to find a suitable approach, Horney's theory attracted me immediately. Using Horney, I wrote a dissertation on Anita Desai that was subsequently published in India as a book; and I then spent two terms at the University of Florida doing post-doctoral work with Dr. Paris. I am proud to say that I am the first person to take up the Horneyan approach in India, and I wish to continue my efforts to introduce Horney to Indian scholars. I am currently working on a book to be entitled The Psychological Novels of William Golding, and I hope in future to work on Indo-English Literature and Horney. I shall be reading a paper entitled "Anita Desai's Where Shall We Go This Summer? and Margaret Atwood's Surfacing--a Horneyan Approach," at a forthcoming seminar of the Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies."

Mrs. Rama Gupta, M.A., M. Phil.

Government College for Girls, Shimla 171001 (H.P)

Senior Lecturer, Government College for Girls (affiliated with H.P. University).

"I am working on Margaret Atwood and interpreting her works in the light of Horney's tenets. I find Horney's theories to be very relevant, not only in interpreting literature but in understanding our daily motives.

I was introduced to Horney by Dr. Usha Bande, who has provided me with her personal books. I feel, however, that Horney should be available in India so that Indian scholars could easily get her books. Many times, Indian scholars don't go into this approach because of paucity of material."

Himani Saxena, M.A., M.Phil. (Literature)

Firwood, Upper Kaithu, Shimla 171003 (H.P.), India

Presently working as a teacher at D.A.V. Public School and studying for the Ph.D. at H.P. University, Shimla.

"I did my M.Phil. in 1989 on the topic 'Two Ways of Coping with Absurdity,' a study of Eugene Ionesco and Samuel Beckett. I was looking for something new and effective for my Ph.D. when I met Dr. Usha Bande, who told me about Third Force Psychology and the theories of Karen Horney. After reading Our Inner Conflicts and Neurosis and Human Growth, I decided to apply Horney's theory in my Ph.D. work."


S. Leela Ryan, MRC Psy., M. Med Sc (Psychotherapy, U. of Dublin)

Istana, Kiltipper Road, Dublin 24 (permanent address)

8A Jalan Seputeh, Off Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (temporary address, two years)

Psychiatrist, Public Service, Dublin; psychotherapist, private practice, Dublin; Lecturer in Psychiatric Department, University Hospital, Kuala Lumpur (temporary). Member, Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Dublin; Royal College of Psychiatrists, London.


Gavriel Ben-Ephraim, Ph.D. (Literature, Hebrew U. of Jerusalem)

19 Hildesheimer St., Jerusalem 93 115. Tel. 01-666318/617374

Lecturer in English, Tel Aviv University; formerly a Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, and student of psychoanalytic theory, Israel Psychoanalytic Institute.

Author of The Moon's Dominion: Narrative Dichotomy and Female Dominance in Lawrence's Earlier Novels and many critical articles, including forthcoming interdisciplinary essays on Freud and Keats, and Freud and Lawrence.

"Work-in-progress: a full-length study provisionally entitled Ghostly Entanglements: Love, Death, and Fantasy in Romantic Narrative. On such themes as love, death, and the imagination, there is an intricate relationship between the psychoanalytic figure of the instinct--'the drive'--and the literary figure of the character--the 'driven.' Accepting Shoshana Felman's helpful warning against literature's subsidiary position in a slave-master relationship with psychoanalysis, my book traces some dramatic reflections between psychoanalysis (in, above all, Beyond the Pleasure Principle) and fiction (Frankenstein, Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, David Copperfield, Lord Jim, and Sons and Lovers)."


Giuseppe Battaglia, Sociology, University of Urbino

Via Tibaldi, 19, 40129 Bologna. Tel. 051-371726

Psychoanalytic training and supervision at Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Also affiliated with Albo Ordine degli Psicologi of Italy, Albo Psicoterapeuti of Italy, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). Private practice as individual psychoanalyst.

Romano Biancoli, Ph.D.

Via Antonio Codronchi 110, 48100 Ravenna, Italy. Tel. 0544-463906

"Formed in psychoanalysis by Jorge Silva-Garcia, M.D., pupil of Erich Fromm.

Director, Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana, Bologna. Member of International Erich Fromm Society. Member of Assembly of Delegates, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). Private practice and training and supervising analyst, Istituto Erich Fromm, Bologna. Author of numerous papers in Italian and English.

Stefania Carolei, Political Science, University of Bologna

Via Bach 4, 40141 Bologna. Tel. 051-47-87-53

Psychoanalytic training and supervision at Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Also affiliated with Albo degli Psicologi of Italy, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). Private practice as individual and group psychoanalyst.

Bernardino de Palma, M.D.

Via Argiro 59, Bari 70121. Tel. 808-5219149

Psychiatrist. Affiliated with Casa di Cura "Villa Serena."

Giuseppe Ferrari, MD. (University of Bologna)

Vio Toffano 7, 40125 Bologna. Tel. 051-222121

Psychoanalytic training and supervision at Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Also affiliated with Albo Ordine dei Medici of Italy, Albo Psicoterapeuti of Italy, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). M.D. in Department of Nephrology and Dialysis in Bologna. Private practice as individual psychoanalyst.

Renata Ferrini, Ph.D.

Via Madesimo 40, 00135 Roma. Tel. 06-3016912

Member of SPIGA. Private practice in psychotherapy.

Andrea Fiume, M.D.

Via Enrico Guastalla 4, Roma 00152. Tel. 06-5885472

Member of SPIGA. Psychoanalyst.

Diego Garofalo, Ph.D. (Educational Sciences, Salesian University of Rome)

Via Cairoli, 54, Int.5, 00185 Roma. Tel. 064464335 [updated 2001]

"Clinical and Community Psychologist in the National Health Service, Childhood Department, especially operating in programs for disadvantaged and handicapped children, for preventive mental health, and for training of teachers and psychosocial workers. In this field I've written several articles and three books: Psicologia e scuola (Armando, Roma 1979); Prevenzione, scuola e territorio (Bulzoni, Roma 1981); Prevensione psicosociale e salute (Borla, Roma 1989).

Neofreudian psychoanalyst. Supervised by Dr. Claudio Modigliani (former member of the International Psychoanalytical Association) and Dr. Vincent Morrone, in both individual and group analysis. I am a member of the teaching staff of the S.P.I.G.A. (Societa di Psicoanalisi Interpersonale e Gruppo-Analisi), founded and directed by Dr. Morrone. In this field I am the author of the text-book on K. Horney's theory: La psicoanalisi interpersonale. Introduzione all'opera di Karen Horney (C.L.E.U.P., Padova 1979), and of a forthcoming volume on Neofreudians (Kardiner, Sullivan, Thompson, Fromm, Horney): I Neofreudiani e il disagio della civilita contemporanea. Introduzione alla psicoanalisi della cultura e della societa.

Member Societa Italiana di Psicologia and International Association of Applied Psychology."

Cecilia Guandalini, M.D. (Specialization in Psychiatry, University of Bologna)

Via di Saliceto 22, 40128 Bologna. Tel. 051-63-10-135

Psychoanalytic training and supervision at Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Also affiliated with Albo dei Medici of Bologna, Albo dei Medici Psicoterapeuti of Bologna, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). Psychiatrist in Public Administration, private practice as individual psychoanalyst.

Giuseppina Labellarte, M.D.

Stradella Carducci No. 5, 70124 Bari. Tel. 808-410189

Groupanalytic and psychoanalytic training with Dr. Alice Ricciardi von Platen; member of Group Analytic Society of London; training analyst, D.D.A.G., Germany. Director of the Mental Diseases Department U.S.L. BA/13--Triggiano (Bari). Private practice as psychoanalytic psychotherapist and group analyst.

Elio Lapponi, M.D. (University of Perugia)

Viale Martiri della Liberta no. 12, 62100, Macerata, Italy. Tel. 0733-34756

Specialized in child psychiatry, University of Rome; personal analysis with supervision with Dr. Vincent Morrone; private practice; child psychiatrist in National Health Service; Faculty member, S.P.I.G.A.

Enzo Lio, Sociology, University of Urbino

Vicolo Quartirolo 5, 40121 Bologna. Tel. 39-51-260352

Post graduate teaching certificate in social psychology. Psychoanalytic training and supervision at the Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Secretary of Istituto Erich Fromm; member, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies. Private practice. Training and supervising analyst, Istituto Erich Fromm.

Author of eight papers in Italian and English. Research interests: the relationship between the analyst and analysand, in particular the analyst's behavior during sessions; alienation in the therapeutic setting and the problem of human alienation in general, the history of psychoanalysis, the role of myths in psychoanalysis.

Dr. Luciana Lonighi

via Fiesolana 18, Florence 50122, ITALY. Tel. 055-240794.

Psychologist, candidate, teacher. Member of the "Italian Committee" for the study of Autogenic Training; member of the Florentine Neofreudian Psychoanalytic Association.

"I am a 42 year old Italian female living in Florence. I became acquainted for the first time with K. Horney's work in January 1992 by reading Our Inner Conflicts. It was like a light at the end of a tunnel. I had finally found 'real' answers to my many questions and a validation to my thoughts. I should have stated beforehand that I am a trainee at the psychoanalytical psychotherapy institute in Florence and very new to the psychoanalytic field.

We had started our training course with the father of psychoanalysis, Freud, followed by the Hungarian school and object relations theories. My heart was in neither of those yearly courses. Browsing through psychoanalytic books, I happened to see Our Inner Conflicts, and so I started my research on K. Horney's work. At the end of that same school year we had a few classes on Horney. Although I tried to convey my enthusiasm to my fellow students, or to our trainers for that matter, no one was so deeply impressed and filled with wonder and even embarrassment as I. Apart from a brief study, they didn't delve deeply into the subject, which was, in certain cases, almost dismissed.

I never wavered; conversely, I became more and more knowledgeable about K. Horney even though I was left alone with this passion. To my great joy, I now know I am not alone anymore. I can share my thoughts on and interest in Horney's writings and clinical work with many people around the world. I intend to spread Horney's ideas among my fellow students as well as among our psychoanalytic trainers."

Dr. Lonighi has a particular interest the application of Horney's ideas to group psychoanalysis and would like to hear from those who have materials on this topic.

Sandro Maiello, M.D. (University of Naples)

Via Ferrarecce 127, Caserta 81100. Tel. (0823) 354753 / 796574

Certified psychoanalyst by Institute for Group Analysis of Rome. Training in individual and group analysis with Prof. V. Morrone. Faculty, SPIGA. Private practice.

Giuseppe Miccolis, M.D., Ph.D. (Psychology, U. of Bari)

Via Melo 198, 70100 Bari. Tel. 080 5219554

"I am the founder and director of Ergon: Istituto di Psicoanalisi e Psicoterapia Interpersonale. This institute, founded in 1993, is formed by psychoanalysts with personal analysis in Horney psychoanalysis. It is intended to develop therapy based on the work of Karen Horney. Our purpose is the analysis of the true self in order to reduce the power of the false self. We make ourselves fit to listen to the true self/inner child. With my colleagues, I conducted three workshops on Horney theory during 1993. In October, 1993, I lectured at the University of Bari about the past, present, and future of Horney theory."

Member, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies, International Association of Group Psychotherapy.

Stefano Milano, Ph.D.

Via Lucio II no. 65, 00167 Roma. Tel. 06-6626115

Psychologist and psychotherapist, Departimento di Salute Mentale della Unite Sanitoria Locale Roma 12.

Mariella Millucci, Ph.D.

Via Donatori del Sangue 33, 51100 Pistoia

Member of SPIGA; psychologist in public mental health.

Marco Mingarelli, Psychology, University of Bologna

Via A. Dallolio 44, 40139 Bologna. Tel. 051-464949

Psychoanalytic training and supervision at Istituto Erich Fromm di Psicoanalisi Neofreudiana in Bologna. Also affiliated with Albo degli Psicologi of Italy, International Erich Fromm Society, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies (IFPS). Private practice as individual and group psychoanalyst.

Francesco C. Morrone, M.D.

Via Francesco Saverio Nitti 21, 00191 Roma. Tel. 06-36309621

Psychiatrist. Member of SPIGA. Clinica Samadi.

Vincent A. Morrone, M.D.

via Luigi Luciani, 42, Rome 00197, Italy. Tel. (011-396) 807-0532 (home)

Fax: 011-39-6-8621-1634 (S.P.I.G.A.)

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Steering Committee, International Karen Horney Society; University of Rome; private practice. Founder and President, Societá di Psicoanalisi Interpersonale e Gruppoanalisi (SPIGA), Rome.

Recent essay: "The Analyst and the Crisis of the Therapeutic Relationship," AJP, 51 (1991).

Maurizio Munelli, Ph.D.

Via Q. Gentili 11c, 00063 Campagnano (Roma). Tel. 06-9042127

Psychologist. Departimento di Salute Mentale.

Fiorella Olper, Ph.D. (Psychology, University of Rome)

Via Michele Mercati, 22, Rome 00197, Italy. Tel. 3221278(06)

Certified Psychoanalyst by AIPA (Jungian Institute), Rome; trained in group analysis by Vincent Morrone; faculty, SPIGA; private practice in individual and group analysis.

Angela Patrotta, degree in Psychology and Sociology

Via Gaetano Sacchi, 16; 00153 Rome, Italy. Tel. 06/5885349

Psychotherapist in private practice; teacher and trainer in Family Therapy; member of European Family Therapy Association.

Work address: CENTRO STUDI E RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA, Via Ottavilla, 14; 00153, Rome, Italy. Tel. 06/5810786

"I am a psychologist and I have been trained in Family Therapy and (with a personal analysis) in Horney psychoanalysis. Horney theory is important for my clinical practice and in my activity as trainer of other psychologists."

Massimo Ravenna, Degree in Psychology

Via Gaetano Sacchi, 16; 001153 Rome, Italy. Tel. 06/5885349

Psychotherapist in private practice; teacher and trainer in Family Therapy; Member, European Family Therapy Association.

Work address: CENTRO STUDI E RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA, Via Ottavilla, 14; 00152, Rome, Italy. Tel. 06/5810786.

"I am a psychologist and have been trained in Family Therapy and Horneyan Psychoanalysis, with a personal analysis. Horney theory is important in my clinical practice and in my teaching and training."

Margherita Sabatini, Ph.D.

Via Enrico Guastalla 4, 00152 Roma.

Psychologist. Member of SPIGA.

Marisa Sacco, M.D.

Via Q. Sella 251, 70123 Bari, Italy. Tel. 808 5234366

Member of Ergon: Istituto di Psicoanalisi e Psicoterapia Interpersonale. Faculty, University of Bari, Dept. of Psychiatry. Private Practice.

Manuela Salmi

Viclo Quartirolo 5, 40121 Bologna, Italy

Gregorio Serlupi, Ph.D.

Via del Seminario 113, 00186 Roma. Tel. 06-6785728


Raffaele Sorbo, M.D.

Via Vescovo Natale 1, 81020 Casapulla (CE). Tel. 0823-465182

Member of SPIGA.

I. Liliana Stea, M.D.

Via A. de Ferraris, 65, 70124 Bari, Italy. Tel. 808 517237

Member of Ergon: Istituto di Psicoanalisi e Psicoterapia Interpersonale. Private practice, consultation.

Fabio Troncarelli, Ph.D. (Letters, University of Rome)

Via Pio Fo_ 35, 00152 Roma.

Professor at the University of Viterbo. Has held scholarships at the Warburg Institute (London) and the École des Hautes Études (Paris). Has been professor at the University of Florence and the University of York (Pennsylvania, USA). Books: Tradizioni perdute (on Boethius); Le streghe (on witchcraft); La cittá dei segreti (on exorcism and magic in Rome); Boethiana Aetas (on Boethius); Il ricordo della sofferenza (on St. Augustine and psychoanalysis); Le maschere della malinconia (in press, on John Ford). Discrezione (poems) won the Prize Arsita in 1985.


Akihisa Kondo, M.D. (Tokyo Jikeikai School of Medicine)

Yakumo 2-21-8, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Member, Japanese Psychiatric and Neurological Association, Japanese Psychoanalytic Association. Editorial member of "Psychotherapy," a quarterly magazine of psychotherapy published in Tokyo. Private practice of psychotherapy and psychiatry.

Dr. Kondo studied at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis toward the end of Karen Horney's life and hosted her visit to Japan in 1951. See his article, "Recollections of Dr. Horney," American Journal of Psychoanalysis, September, 1991 (Vol. 51).

Fusako Nakamachi, C.S.W. (Columbia)

1-22-3 Nishi-Waseda, Apt. 1706, Sinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169

Graduate in psychodynamic psychotherapy, the American Institute of Psychoanalysis. Member, Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology. Author of several articles in Japanese.


Annemarie Brügmann, Ph.D. (Psychology, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Pedro Luis Ogazón 79, Mexico D.F., 01000, MEXICO. Tel. 661-95-17

Psychoanalyst; Professor of Psychology, University of Mexico; Coordinator of Psychology, Instituto Nacional de Nutricion; private practice. Educational background includes studies in clinical psychology, Austin, Texas; psychoanalytic training, IMPSIA, Mexico; family therapy, Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto; psychosomatic treatment, ISG, Mannheim, Germany.

Sotero Moreno Camacho, Maestria en Psic. Clinica

Apartado Postal No. 152-013, 01700, Mexico D.F., MEXICO. Tel. 668-4840

Faculty, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; private practice.

Dr. Mario A. Cicero Franco

Apartado Postal No. 152-013. 01700, Mexico D.F., MEXICO. Tel. 668-4840.

Faculty, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; private practice.

Jorge Silva-Garcia, M.D.

Joaquin Romo 171, Tlalpan, Mexico D.F., 14410 Mexico. Tel. (252) 665-1269.

Training, supervising, and practicing psychoanalyst. Consultant, Instituto Nacional de la Nutricion; Assessor, Hospital Central Militar.

"I met Karen Horney late in her life in Cuernavaca, while visiting with her daughter Mrs. Crevenna [Renate Patterson] and Dr. Fromm. He thought very highly of her and valued their friendship of many years. My first contact with her writings was in 1955-56 when I wrote a dissertation on her writings. When I wrote a paper on "Man's Fear of Women" in 1964, I came across her 1934 paper on this theme."

Dr. Silva-Garcia has invited Dr. Jeanne Smith to present a series of lectures on Karen Horney in Mexico.

Blanco Elena Mancilla Gómez, Lincenciada en Psicologia

Andador 25 de Francisco J. Macin #4, Col. C.T.U. el Risco, Mexico D.F., C.P. 07090, MEXICO. Tel. 715-0941.

Faculty, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; private practice.

Jose Maria Lopez Landiribar, M.A. (Psychotherapy, Instituto Mexicano de la Paresa)

Guadalahara 948-18, Col Condesa 06140, Mexico D.F., MEXICO.

Dean of the Psychology School, Universidad Anahuac; marriage psychotherapist, private practice. International affiliate, American Psychological Association. Titular member, Asociacion Mexicana de Terapia de Paresa.


Ineke Bockting, Ph.D. (Linguistics, American Literature, U. of Amsterdam)

Johann Keplerstraat 57, 1098 HK Amsterdam, Netherlands. Tel. 020-6659197

Dr. Bockting is currently Master of Conferences at the Universite d'Orleans in France. Her book entitled Character and Personality in the Novels of William Faulkner: A Study in Psycholinguistics has been published by University Press of America, 1995. It incorporates aspects of Horneyan personality theory.


Wenja You, Ph.D. (Comparative Literature, Rutgers)

Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Chung Cheng University, Min-hsiung, Chia-yi, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature.

"My masters thesis [U. of Florida] uses Freudian and Horneyan approaches to analyze Saul Bellow's early fiction. My doctoral dissertation focuses on Freud's influence on twentieth-century fiction. In a graduate seminar on Psychological Approaches to Literature, I have used Horney's Neurosis and Human Growth as one of the texts. Recently I published a paper using Horney: "A Horneyan Analysis of Lao Li in Lao She's Divorce," Chinese Culture 36: 3 (September 1995), 89-99.


Olga Baskatova, M.D.

193231 St. Petersburg, pr. Solydaznosty 23/1-97. Tel. 584-91-01

Medical psychotherapy practice with children and parents.

Alla Alexandrovna Davydova, M.D.

195427 St. Petersburg, Tikhorecky Pr., 35, Apt. 156. Tel. (812) 555-44-46

Infectionist at St. Petersburg Centre for Prophylaxy and Struggle against AIDS, 198020, St. Petersburg, Staro-Petegofsky pr., 12.

Rinat F. Galiev

St. Petersburg. Tel. 588-38-26.

Department of Neuroses and Psychotherapy, V. M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Institute. Practice of psychiatry, psychotherapy.

Alexander Galunov

V.O., Sredniy pr., 46, 31, St. Petersburg, 199178. Tel. (812)218-3655.


Head of the editorial, publishing company, East-European Institute of Psychoanalysis, St. Petersburg. Graduate in physics from St. Petersburg State University.

Elena Galunova

V.O., Sredniy pr., 46, 31, St. Petersburg, 199178. Tel. (812) 218-3655.


Child psychologist; East-European Institute of Psychoanalysis; graduate in physics from St. Petersburg State University.

"I am interested in exchanging thoughts and opinions on: 1. general philosophic questions, such as death, life, love, etc.; 2. women's psychology, general aspects and applied research; 3. child psychology--the kid's understanding of the world, their games, interests, relationships with parents, etc. I'll be glad to establish contact by electronic mail."

Vladimir Pavlovich Kokin

191002, St. Petersburg, Svechnoy Str. 5-62. Tel. (812) 164-23-05

Graduate, State University of St. Petersburg, Faculty of Psychology. Affiliated with V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Institute, Scientific Research Institute of Otorhinolaryngology, East European Institute of Psychoanalysis. Clinical psychologist, Hospital of the Neuroses. Essay on "Psychodiagnostic Research of the Attitude to Illness of Adult Stutterers."

Lydia Kopytova

194100, St. Petersburg, Leshoi prospect 61/3, room 189. Tel. (812) 245-60-01

Psychotherapy practice with children and parents.

Ipina Lukina, Ph.D. (St. Petersburg U., Psychology)

38-4-148, St. Budapeshtskai, St. Petersburg. Tel. 260-57-27

Psychotherapist, Institute of Psychoanalysis, Bekhterev Psychoneurological Institute.

Sergey Manevsky

Kosygin pr. 7-1-59, 195426 St. Petersburg. Tel. (812) 520-92-08.

Fax: (812) 311-74-60

Social pedagogue, psychophysiologist, psychotherapist. Teacher at the East European Institute of Psychoanalysis. Leader of Family Support Service "Toy Library."

Helena Michajlova

19267 St. Petersburg, Gragdanskij prospect, home 114 corp.5, room 24. Tel. 535-29-64; 594-71-19

Graduate in psychology, St. Petersburg U.; candidate in psychological service, Pedagogical University; docent, Pedagogical University. St. Petersburg Psychoanalysis Society; Body-therapy Association. Interests in women's psychology, psychotherapy, biography. Ten publications on aspects of pedagogical communication.

Olga Nikitina

Belgradskaya ul., h. 10, corp. 2, fl. 60, St. Petersburg. Tel. 174-81-38.

Teacher, student at the East European Institute of Psychoanalysis.

Aleksander Pavlov

Veteranov 93-42, St. Petersburg. Tel. (812) 155-14-03

Practical psychologist; psychodiagnostics; psychotherapy; Jungian personality types.

Nina Rebysha

Reshetnikov Street, home number 9, room 11, St. Petersburg 196105

Psychotherapy with children and parents.

Mikhail M. Reshetnikov, M.D., Ph.D.

dv. 37, dom 13, Sezjinskaya ul., St. Petersburg 197198. Tel. 230-19-62.

Director, East European Institute of Psychoanalysis, dom. 18-liter A, P.S., Bolshoy pr., St. Petersburg, 197198, Fax. 235-28-57. Vice President, Russian Psychoanalytic Association (Guest Study Group of the International Psychoanalytic Association); President, Russian Psychoanalysis Revival Fund. Psychoanalytic practice; training analyst.

Nikolay Mikhailovich Safyannikov

195112 St. Petersburg, Zanevsky pr., 18, apt. 43. Tel. (812) 221-53-72.

Higher education in the field of Biomedical cybernetics. Docent of Computer Technology Department, St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University. Chief of scientific developments in the field of medical engineering. Member of "Euristica" Association.

Elena Sheck

198216 St. Petersburg, Shostilivaja St., 8-58. Tel. (812) 255-82-60.

East European Institute of Psychoanalysis. Practical psychologist.

Andrew Shoustov

105273 Nauki pr., home number 77, cor. 2, room 102.

Graduate, St. Petersburg University, Department of Medical Psychology. Psychotherapy practice with children and parents.

Larisa Skorodumova

ul Y. Gasheka 8-45, St. Petersburg. Tel. 177-81-89.

An engineer, graduate of Shipbuilding Institute. Renaissance of Russian Psychoanalysis Global Relationship Centre.

Sergey M. Tcherkasov, Ph.D. [Deceased]

P. O. Box No. 645, St. Petersburg 197349. Tel. (812) 355-0367.

Dean, East European Institute of Psychoanalysis. Chief of the Department of History and Theory of Psychoanalysis, State Academy by Maimonid. Vice President, Russian Psychoanalysis Revival Fund. Steering Committee, International Karen Horney Society. Wrote a doctoral dissertation on Erich Fromm. [Disceased]

Ludmilla Toporova

St. Petersburg

Practicing psychoanalyst. Teacher, East European Institute of Psychoanalysis. Member, Russian Psychoanalytic Association.

Nelly Tulina

St. Petersburg 196158, ul. Lensoveta 71-6. Tel. 127-92-12.

Graduate, Teacher's Training University. Child psychotherapist.

Turi Vassilieff

190000 St. Petersburg, Plekhanova ul, h. 3315, fl. 5. Tel. 314-3468.

Education in computer sciences, psychology. Publishing and informational services; translation.

Alexander Yakubzon, M.D., Ph.D. (St. Petersburg University for Medical Sciences)

4313 W. Markham, Little Rock, AR 72205 (office). Tel. 501-666-0806 (home)

Associate Professor in the Dept. of Psychotherapy, Bekhterev Institute, St. Petersburg; Lecturer, Dept. of Medical Psychology, St. Petersburg University; International Visiting Fellow, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Yelena Zamfir

St. Petersburg. Tel. 515-37-38

East European Institute of Psychotherapy. Translator of Feminine Psychology and Neurosis and Human Growth into Russian.


Angeline Carruthers, B.A. (Psychology and Archaeology, University of Pretoria)

P.O. Box 51491, Wierda Park, 0149, Republic of South Africa. Tel. 666-8785

"I went to the University of Pretoria and completed a B.A. degree. I am currently busy with my B.A. (Honours) in Psychology.

Loray Daws

P. O. Box 1663, Randpark Ridge 2156, RSA.

Student in psychology and criminology at the University of Pretoria. Upon completion of the B.A., hopes to come to the United States for further training. "Interests include the psychoanalytic theories of E. Fromm, K. Horney, C. Jung, and S. Freud."

Hans Nieuwoudt

Parkland 14, Rhinostreet, Hennopspark, Verwoerdburg 0157, Pretoria, RSA

Student in psychology at the University of Pretoria. Plans to become a clinical psychologist.

Lizel Nunclé

P.O. Box 13346, Lynnwoodridge 0040, Pretoria, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA.

Student in psychology and criminology. Interests include the "Third Force" theories of Horney, Fromm, etc.


Jan Stensson, Fil. Lic. (University of Stockholm)

Orrstigen 35, S-14444 Rönninge, Sweden. Tel. 08-53055641 Fax: +46-8-6434551

Certified child and youth psychotherapist, Ericastiftelsen, Stockholm; psychoanalyst, training and supervising analyst, Swedish Society of Holistic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; private practice. Editor-in-chief, International Forum of Psychoanalysis.

"My first professional encounter with Horney theory was during my training to be come a child- and youth-psychotherapist at Ericastiftelsen, Stockholm 1960-62. In 1963, I and some colleagues formed a study group for "Holistic Psychotherapy." Our first meeting was a seminar in Oslo, where Harold Kelman was invited as lecturer and seminar leader. Harold Kelman was at that time Dean of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis and Editor of the American Journal of Psychoanalysis. Dr. Kelman came to our group and society each year from 1964 until his death in 1976 and had a very deep influence on theory and clinical practice in our society. He acquainted us, of course, with the thinking of Karen Horney. Since the end of our connections with cultural psychoanalysts (Horneyan, Sullivanian, and Frommian), our society has turned its interest more toward Object Relations Theory, with many contacts to the Independent group of the British Psychoanalytic Society.

In our society I have had a number of functions, including President of the Society and Dean of the Institute. I have taken part in a number of the fora and conferences of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies. I have presented papers at such conferences in Madrid (1984), Zürich (1985), New York (1987), Stockholm (1991), and Munich (1992). I have published "How do you get out of a balloon?" in the American Journal of Psychoanalysis (Vol. 48, No. 2, 1988); Editorial and "Male and Female Themes in the Psychoanalytic Process: On the Notion of Bisexuality" in International Forum of Psychoanalysis (Vol 1, No. 1, 1992); "Explicit and Hidden Objectives of the Process of Training Psychoanalysts (panel discussion), to be published in International Forum of Psychoanalysis (Vol.2, No. 1, 1993).

In Swedish, I have published, among other things, forwards to translations of Neurosis and Human Growth and Final Lectures."


Adolph Bachmann

Langgrütstrasse 121, 8047 Zürich, Switzerland

"I am an insurance salesman. I have been dealing with Karen Horney's theory for 15 years and have studied all of her books. I am using Horney's theory for self-analysis and sometimes for other people."

Pia Bachmann

Langgrütstrasse 121, 8047 Zürich, Switzerland

Nurse. "I have read Karen Horney's books, and I talk about Horney with my husband."


Gillian Darcy, M. Phil. (Birmingham University), Ph.D. (London School of Economics)

32 Ripon Way, Borehamwood, Herts. WD 6 2HS, U.K. Tel. 081-362-5534

Lecturer, Research in History, Psychology, Middlesex University. Presently finishing an M.Sc. in Health Psychology and training as a psychotherapist. Member, B.A.C. (trained counselor).

"Currently doing research on the psychological needs of women who have had multiple miscarriages--at the Royal London Hospital. Interested in Horney's work in relation to motherhood in connection with this research. I should be pleased to hear from others in this and the field of the effect of prenatal deaths on the image of the "Mother and the Child Within."

Celia Hunt, D.Phil., University of Sussex [updated 2001].

16 Cleve Terrace, Lewes, East Sussex, U.K. BN7 1JJ. Tel. 01273-475-383. E-mail:

Instructor, University of Sussex. Wrote a Master's dissertation entitled "The Inner Conflicts of Franz Kafka," which is a Horneyan analysis.

"Horney's writings have been very important to me in my own therapy and in my development as a writer. Horney's theory underlies my work on the relationship between fiction writing, autobiography and psychotherapy.

The course I am teaching for the University of Sussex on Autobiography and Fiction combines creative writing with the study of literature and is based on the assumption that starting to write fiction out of autobiographical material can bring one into closer touch with one's 'real self' and can therefore have a therapeutic effect." See Bulletin Board for an account of Dr. Hunt's use of Horney in her teaching and published writings.

John Southgate, M.A., D.M.S.

Institute for Self-Analysis, 12 Nassington Rd., London NW3 2UD.

Tel. 071-794-4306

Steering Committee, International Karen Horney Society. The Institute for Self-Analysis (founded in 1987) was previously the Association of Karen Horney Psychoanalytic Counsellors. It offers a training program and clinical services inspired primarily by the work of Alice Miller, Karen Horney, and John Bowlby. John Southgate has published many essays in the Institute's Journal, and he is the author of Community Counselling Circles and Inner and Outer Group Dynamics. He is co-author, with Rosemary Randall, of The Barefoot Psychoanalyst: An Illustrated Manual of Self Help Therapy, which is based largely on Horney's mature theories.

John Ward, Ph.D. (Agricultural Economics)

Braziers End House, Chesham, Bucks. HP5 2UL, England. Tel. (01494) 758278

Retiring from retail business. Fellow of the Institute of Management.

"Involuntary fantasies that become conscious can be reliable guides to many of the elements of Karen Horney's mature theory. Because they are involuntary, it might seem more fair to an individual to accept them without judgement, and so be able to see more clearly their influence on behaviour.

I wish to study involuntary fantasies that become conscious as they seem to me to be so central to the thinking in Neurosis and Human Growth. In the index of NHG fantasy/phantasy are not listed as individual items, but 'fantasy' is mentioned frequently in the text by name and inference.

It would be most helpful to hear from anyone who has taken an interest in the importance of conscious fantasy in relation to Karen Horney's work."

Laurie Jo Wright, B.A. (History, UCLA), M.A. (Psychoanalytic Studies, U. of Kent)

16, Bingham Place, London, England W1M 3FH. Tel. 071-486-2608.

Ph.D. candidate, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Kent. Dissertation topic: Generational Object Loss.


Milena Abadjiev, M.D.

91 Westland Ave., Box 67, Boston, MA 02115. Tel. 617-267-0336

"I have graduated medicine in Bulgaria. The need to improve my education led me to the reading of psychoanalytic literature. The ideas of Karen Horney can be applied in different countries, and her introduction of self-analysis as a supporting method would significantly facilitate the training of psychoanalysts from the former East European countries. Reading her essays strongly influenced my wish to specialize in psychiatry in the U.S. I came to this country recently and am now in the process of preparing for the exams necessary for getting into a residency. I shall be glad to contact analysts whose work is based on Horney's ideas. At present I live in Boston and would like to meet analysts working in this region. I am also available for international communication. I speak French, English, some German, and, as a Bulgarian, I am fluent in Russian. In East European countries there is still a considerable deficit regarding psychoanalytic literature. I would be glad to help with the translation and publishing of Horney's works abroad."

Eric W. Anders, M.A. (English, Harvard)

Department of English, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611.

"My Master's thesis uses Horney's understanding of masochism in analyzing the figure of Tommy Wilhelm in Saul Bellow's Seize the Day. Her account of the masochist's seemingly excessive suffering as an attempt to dissolve the boundaries of the self is helpful in explaining the controversial ending of Bellow's novel. I am working on a Ph.D. in English at the University of Florida and I also plan on training as an analyst. I would be interested in learning about psychoanalytic institutes around the world that are open to the training of lay analysts and use the ideas of Horney and Erich Fromm as guiding theories."

Arnaldo Apolito, M.D. (U. of Naples)

80 Undercliff Road, Montclair, NJ 07042. Tel. (201) 744-3182

Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis;

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UMDNJ; Private Practice; Consultations; Forensic Psychiatry.

Marjorie Atkinson, M.S.W.

24475 Paseo Privado, Salinas, CA 93908

Retired. Recently taught English in Kyrgyzstan. "I have had an article published by the Association for Humanistic Psychology on my journey to the Russian nuclear test site with the International Physicians for the Prevention of nuclear war. I have been interested in Karen Horney since graduate school days, as a psychiatric writer I could relate to and who could help me expand my knowledge of myself and other people. I am today very much interested in child abuse, how it relates to our social and political problems, and how we can leave a livable world for children of the future."

Teresa Bailey, Ph.D. (Psychology); Ph.D. (History, Stanford); A.M. (Religion; Minor, Greek); M. Divinity (Bible)

P.O. Box 4058, Los Altos, CA 94024

Working on second Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning, Stanford U. President & co-founder, Moose Software, Palo Alto, CA.

Recent unpublished paper: "Cross-Cultural Therapy: Modus Operandi or More Liberal Guilt?" (on KH's The Neurotic Personality).

Ph.D. Thesis: "From Piety to Politics: Elisabeth of Brauschweig and the Reformation in Braunschweig-Calenberg 1540-1545" [could also be titled, "Making the Personal Political: E of B, etc."]

Interests: Gregorian Chant, Medieval and Renaissance polyphony; Jewish and Christian Biblical exegesis. Currently conducting research on music, sound, and musical instrument responses in Rorschach protocols.

"My particular interests in Horney are her work on female developmental psychology, and her notion that neurosis is culturally defined. From this, the question arises, what is normal development in a multicultural, multiracial society? Most interesting book on bridging cross-cultural lack of communication: Vickie Hearne, Adam's Task: Calling Animals by Name. NY: Alfred Knopf."

Sally A. Bartlett, M.A. (English, U. of Florida)

8700 N. 50th St. #925, Tampa, FL 33617. Tel. (813) 989-8525

Ph.D. Candidate (English), University of South Florida; Instructor, Eckerd College; U. of S. Florida

Essays using Horney: (1) "Humanistic Psychology in C. S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces: A Feminist Critique," Studies in the Literary Imagination, 22 (Fall, 1989), 185-198; (2) "Fantasy as Internal Mimesis in Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan," Notes on Modern Irish Literature, 3 (1991), 5-12; (3) "Spectral Thoughts and Psychological Mimesis in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," Notes on Modern Irish Literature, 5: 57-66.

Barbara E. Bell, M.D.

51 Fifth Ave., #1AD, New York, NY 10003. Tel. (212) 633-9260

Graduate and Faculty Member, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Lay Board Member, Karen Horney Clinic.

Deana Benishay, M.A

220 Madison Ave., 4R, New York, NY 10016

Enrolled in U. of Southern California Clinical Psychology doctoral program. Intern at Beth Israel Medical Center.

Milton M. Berger, M.D. (Middlesex U. School of Medicine)

501 East 79th St., New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 628-6689

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, NYU Medical Center; Past President, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis; President, Association for Group Psychoanalysis and Group Process.

Author of 5 books, over 100 articles, 250 videotape programs.

Founder, Video Committee of American Psychiatric Association, 1970-80. Former President, American Group Psychotherapy Association, 1962-64. Former Director, Education and Training, NY State Dept. of Mental Hygiene South Beach Psychiatric Center, Staten Island, NY, 1972-83.

"I first met Karen Horney when she taught 'At War with Ourselves' at the New School in NYC in 1947 and was electrified by her presence and what she had to say about my human condition. I had the pleasure of having her as my teacher at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis from 1947-1952, when she died. She was my faculty advisor and a key person in my development as a person and as a psychoanalyst. She was indeed a great lady and I thoroughly enjoyed putting together the commemorative issue of The American Journal of Psychoanalysis (Fall, 1991) and the Conference to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of her founding of the Institute, the Association, and the seeds for the Karen Horney Clinic (see the 1955 Karen Horney Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, which I edited)."

The proceeding of the above mentioned conference have been published as Women Beyond Freud: New Concepts of Feminine Psychology, ed. Milton Berger (Brunner/Mazel, 1994).

Kira Quint Berke, M.A. (Clinical Psychology, Fordham U.)

40 West 77th St., 16A, New York, NY 10024. Tel. 212-595-0751

Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology, Fordham U. Treats patients in analytically oriented psychotherapy at Karen Horney Clinic. Rater/interviewer for Mood and Personality Disorder Study at Bronx VA and Mt. Sinai Hospital.

Martin Birnbach, Ph.D. (Political Science, Rutgers)

5312 Woodlawn Ave. N., Seattle, Washington 98103

Professor of Political Science Emeritus, San Jose State University.

Author: Neo-Freudian Social Philosophy (Stanford University Press, 1961; reissued, 1978); American Political Life (Dorsey Press, 1971); articles, including "Karen Horney," in the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (Macmillan, 1968), VI, 513-516.

George Blednick, Ph.D. (Fordham)

36 Overhill Rd., Melville, NY 11747. Tel. (516) 427-8505

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Executive Board, Nassau County Psychological Association; Associate Editor, Newsletter for the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis

Helen Boigon, M.D. (Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania)

45 East 82nd St., New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 772-0063

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Private practice in psychotherapy.

Lucia Bortoli

Department of English, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556

Ph.D. candidate. "I am interested in the application of Karen Horney's theories of self-analysis to two autobiographies of the turn of the century."

Julie Broderick-Green, B.A. (Seton Hill College)

25 Country Club Rd., Darien CT 06820

"I am a 53 year old graduate student at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York. My mentor and thesis advisor is Nancy Schaumburger. The thesis I am writing is called "'Offer It Up'--How the Ethic of Self-Sacrifice Affects the Lives of Irish and Irish-American Women." I am using an interdisciplinary approach, combining psychological analysis with literary depictions of women who have chosen a self-denying life-style.

I became interested in Karen Horney's work when I took a course entitled "Theories of Personality Formation" given by Christopher Monte, who wrote the textbook Beneath the Mask. I intend to integrate Horney's psychological insights in Feminine Psychology and Neurosis and Human Growth into my thesis.

Karen Butery, Ph.D. (English, Michigan State U.)

516 Woodmoor Ridge Court, Wildwood, MO 63011-1776. Tel. 636-4325 [updated 2001]

Wrote doctoral dissertation, The Victorian Heroine: A Psychological Approach, under directorship of Bernard Paris. Taught at Michigan State U., Oakland U., and California State U. (L.A.). Current position: Senior Management Consultant, Management & Organizational Development, Sony Electronics Inc.

Has published three essays employing Horney: (1) "Jane Eyre's Flights from Decision," Third Force Psychology and the Study of Literature, ed. Bernard J. Paris; (2) "The Contributions of Horneyan Psychology to the Study of Literature," AJP, 42 (1982); (3) "From Conflict to Suicide: The Inner Turmoil of Quenten Compson," AJP, 49 (1989).

Alejandro Caceres, Ph.D. (Spanish, Indiana U.)

400 N. Oakland #26, Carbondale, IL 62901. Tel. 618-529-3507

Wrote a dissertation employing Maslow and Horney entitled Dramatized Consciousness in the Novels of Juan Valera: An Approach from the 'Third Force' Psychology Perspective. Holds M.M. degrees in piano performance and choral conducting from Indiana U. Has lectured widely and given piano recitals in Uruguay (native country), Argentina, Chile, and the U.S. Other recitals devoted to German lieder, French chanson, Italian bel canto. Teaching in the Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Southern Illinois U., Carbondale, IL 62901-4521/

Susan Church-Dzul, M.A. (Latin American Studies, U. of Florida)

Pan American School, Box 1578, Kingsville, TX 78363. Tel. 512-592-0513

Teacher of Spanish literature and language and of English as a second language.

"I happened upon Horney theory while searching to explain the relationship between power and incidences of sexual abuse and exploitation in a classic Mexican novel. My Master's thesis, "The Interplay of Neurosis and Power Relations in Pedro Paramo," analyzes the neurotic defensive strategies of moving toward, a way from, and against others as the psychological underpinning of power in the novel. I would like to expand this application to the 19th century Spanish novel, among others."

James Walter Clifton, M.Div., Ph.D. (Counseling, Bethany Theological Seminary)

5958 Darwin Rd., West Terre Haute, IN 47885. Tel. 812-533-0036

Minister; Pastoral Counselor; Social Worker; marriage, family, individual therapist.

"My therapy practice has consisted mostly of temperament therapy, using the Firo-B/BC, which categorizes people according to the established four temperaments--melancholy sanguine, choleric, and phlegmatic--plus an additional temperament of supine, and any combination of these five. This theory of personality seems to fit well with Glasser's reality therapy and Horney's belief that when we cannot fulfill ourselves we turn destructive. Temperament therapy bases itself on the premise that if we are out of our temperament--not meeting our needs--we become in conflict with ourselves and others and are thus unfulfilled."

Daniel E. Cohen, M.D. (Columbia)

127 Lawrence Ct., Ridgewood, NJ 07450. Tel. (201) 670-9689

Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Medical Director, Karen Horney Clinic; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Kenneth H. Cohen, M.D. (Cornell)

116 Amesbury Rd., Kensington, NH 03833.

Vice President and Clinical Psychiatrist, Exeter Mental Health Associates; Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry, Tufts School of Medicine; Active Staff, Exeter Hospital. Clinical research interests: short term psychotherapy, integrated psychotherapy and pharmacological treatments, adult development and fathering, panic disorder.

Miriam Cohen, M.D. (Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia)

4810 E. Andora Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85254. Tel. (602) 996-7920. E-mail:

Analytic Training: Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies. Fellow of American Academy of Psychoanalysis. Private Practice.

"I became interested in psychoanalysis while doing my psychiatric residency and eventually obtained analytic training by commuting between Phoenix and Los Angeles for about six years. As my analyst trained in New York with a Horneyan institute, I became interested in Horney's work. I have become active in the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, and I have presented papers to the Academy on the negative therapeutic reaction, the stories of Hans Christian Andersen, and the mythology of vampires. I have a private practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis and teach part-time in a psychiatric residency. Along with a small group of colleagues, I am working to establish an interdisciplinary training program in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in our area (the Southwest Center for Psychoanalytic Studies)."

Bernard G. Colby, Ph.B., J.D.

1616 Sheridan Rd., Wilmette, IL 60091. Tel. 708-256-3905

Practiced law in Chicago from 1946-1990. Institutional affiliations: University of Chicago, De Paul University, Northwestern University (Institute for Learning in Retirement).

"Karen Horney is unique among psychoanalysts because she has written at length about the feasibility and desirability of self-analysis. I believe that I have gained an insight into this process that is both profound and unique, in part because I am not a psychological professional. I have earned my livelihood as a lawyer. I am interested in how self-analysis has benefitted me and can benefit others who are similarly endowed and needy.

What I call 'psychoanalytic literacy' is analogous to language literacy. A person who know how to read and write has been given a technique for self-improvement that has been in the forefront of advancing civilization and has begun a journey that lasts his whole life. So it can be with psychoanalytic literacy. Just as language literacy required a long period of development to arrive at the role it now plays in civilization, so it is probable that the same is the destiny of psychoanalysis. Today barely a century old, it is an idea before its time. We can only conjecture as to how long it will take to fulfill its destiny. But it appears evident to me that the IKHS can provide an opportunity for advancing the cause, and that is why it pleases me to become a member."

Bettee F. Culbertson

P. O. Box 121, Maunaloa, Hawaii 96770

Jack Danielian, Ph.D. (Psychology, Columbia)

13 Gill St., Exeter, NH 03833. Tel. (603) 778-8233

Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Co-Director, Exeter-Portsmouth Mental Health Association, Exeter, NH.

Author of many papers, including "The Negative Therapeutic Reaction: Crisis of Practice or Crisis of Theory?" AJP, 45; "Karen Horney and Heinz Kohut: Theory and the Repeat of History," AJP, 48; "The Negative Therapeutic Reaction: The Uses of Negation," J. of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 16.

J. Peter Demetri, D.D.S. (SUNY, Stony Brook)

5 East Main St., Pawling, NY 12564. Tel. 914-855-5220

Presently part-time MSW candidate, Adelphi University, Hudson Valley Branch, Poughkeepsie, NY. Private practice of dentistry.

Edward L. De Rosis, M.D. (NYU)

42 Rhinestone Terrace, San Rafael, CA 94903. Tel. 415-472-4844.

Attending physician, UCSF/Mt. Zion Medical Center, San Francisco, CA. Private practice in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology/behavioral medicine.

"Dr. De Rosis received his training in Medicine and Psychiatry at NYU-Bellevue Hospital in New York City and St. Mary's Hospital in San Francisco. He gained additional experience in emergency psychiatric assessment, treatment, and hospital consultation-liaison at San Francisco General Hospital and UCSF/Mount Zion Medical Center. He is a qualified Medical Examiner with the Industrial Medical Council of California. Dr. De Rosis has particular interests in psychopharmacological treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, as well as combined medical psychiatric disorders such as immune system dysregulation, chronic fatigue, pain, and female endocrine disorders that affect psychological functioning. He currently maintains office practices in San Francisco and Kentfield and has medical staff affiliations at UCSF/Mount Zion Hospitals in San Francisco and Ross Hospital in Marin County."

Helen A. De Rosis, M.D. (NYU)

4625 Douglas Ave., New York, NY 10471. Tel. (212) 543-6468

Training and supervising analyst, Karen Horney Center for Psychoanalysis; Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine; past president, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; past president, Karen Horney Clinic; Editor Emeritus, American Journal of Psychoanalysis; past president, Medical Board, Frances Schervier Hospital; Founder and President, Depressives Anonymous. Chair, Steering Committee, International Karen Horney Society.

Author: Parent Power/Child Power, The Book of Hope, Women and Anxiety, and Working with Patients: Guidelines for Beginning Psychotherapists.

Louis E. De Rosis, M.D. (Downstate Medical School)

40 East 89th St., NY, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 348-3500

Graduate and Faculty, American Institute for Psychoanalysis ; Chief of Psychiatry, Schervier Home & Hospital; private practice.

Marianne Horney Eckardt, M.D. (U. of Chicago)

3066 A Via Serena South, Laguna Hills, CA 92653-2580. Tel. 714-581-4442. E-mail: <>

Former President of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis; Former Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, New York Medical College.

Editor, The Adolescent Diaries of Karen Horney. Author of numerous papers in major psychoanalytic journals on dreams, the history of psychoanalysis, the history of organizational schisms, changes in theory and technique, and the contributions of the neo-Freudian group, particularly those of Erich Fromm. These include: (1) "Organizational Schisms in American Psychoanalysis," in American Psychoanalysis: Origins and Development, ed. Jacques M. Quen and Eric T. Carlson (NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1978); (2) "The Core Theme of Erich Fromm's Writings and Its Implication for Therapy," J. of the Amer. Academy of Psychoanal., 11 (1983), 391-399; (3) "Psychoanalysis is Alive and Well: Meeting the Challenges of Diversity," J. of the Amer. Academy of Psychoanal., 16 (1988), 417-430; (4) "Feminine Psychology Revisited: A Historical Perspective," AJP, 51 (1991), 235-243.

Patricia R. Eldredge, Ph.D. (English, Michigan State U.)

1641 Scheffer Ave., St. Paul, MN 55116. Tel. (612) 699-0088

"Patricia Eldredge studied with Bernard Paris at Michigan State University; her doctoral dissertation was a Horneyan study of Samuel Richardson's Clarissa. She has published articles applying Horney's psychology to the novels of Richardson, Charles Dickens, and Doris Lessing." At present Dr. Eldredge is Adjunct Assistant Professor of English and Graduate Liberal Studies at Hamline University, St. Paul, MN. For the essays mentioned, see AJP Vols. 42 (1982) & 49 (1989) and Third Force Psychology and the Study of Literature, Ed. B. J. Paris. Her latest contribution to Horneyan studies is "Marlene, Maggie Thatcher, and the Emperor of Morocco: The Psychic Structure of Caryl Churchill's Top Girls," a paper delivered at the IPSA Conference on "Psychoanalyses, Feminisms," April, 1994, and scheduled for publication in the forthcoming conference volume.

Franz R. Epting, Ph.D. (Psychology, Ohio State U.)

9310 NW 10th Place, Gainesville, FL 32607. Tel. 904-332-5690.

Professor of Psychology, University of Florida; visiting appointments at Ohio State University, State University of Utrecht (Netherlands), and the University of London. Fellow of the American Psychological Association in Counseling Psychology, Humanistic Psychology, and Psychotherapy. Member of the Southeastern Psychological Association, North American Personal Construct Network, Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs. Editor of the John Wiley & Sons series on Psychotherapy and Counseling and Co-editor for the Clearinghouse for Personal Construct Theory and Research.

"I am most interested in the work of Karen Horney and the development of humanistic psychology. Within this general area my concerns focus on the following topics: 1. Horney's contribution to humanizing our understanding of 'psychopathology.' 2. A more complete understanding of Horney's concept of the Real Self and how it relates to the structures and processes described in the Self Theories in Humanistic psychology. 3. A general exploration of the common ground between Horney and the work of George Kelly in his Psychology of Personal Constructs--specifically the contributions they both made in helping us to understand what it means to have a profound interest in the nature of an adult unconscious which cannot be reduced to a set of infantile concerns."

James Fadiman, Ph.D. (Stanford)

1070 Colby Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025. Tel. (415) 321-5590. Fax: 415-321-5633

Adjunct Full Professor, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Writer, Consultant, Educator. Co-editor of Personality and Personal Growth, a textbook with a substantial chapter on Karen Horney.

Anne Marie Fox

410 W. 44th St., #6, New York, NY 10036.

Actress, 10 years off-off Broadway plays, one film, three TV commercials.

Judith Fox-Fliesser, M.D. (Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico)

3135 Fairfield Ave., Bronx, NY 10463. Tel. 718-796-1767. E-mail: <> [updated 2001]

Attending Psychiatrist, Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport, NY; Psychoanalyst in training, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; private practice.

"I completed my psychiatry residency in June, 1991. I went to medical school after having worked as a sculptor and a graphic artist for about fifteen years. I went to medical school in Mexico and came to love that country. I like things that help me see things clearly (from an intellectual as well as from a visual point of view). I like medicine, biology, the visual arts, and poetry. I also like things that help me to bear the joys of life as well as enjoy its suffering. I like friendship, psychoanalysis, dance. I became involved in Horney's thought through being in treatment with a therapist who was involved with Horney. I am presently a candidate at the AIP and am exploring in what way her thought will be useful to me in my work."

Florence Friedman, B.A.

145 E. 15th St., Apt. 5E, NY, NY 10003. Tel. (212) 677-3694

Advanced courses in Psychology at the New School; acting training at the HB Studios; American Marketing Association; Actors Equity; Editorial Board, Marketing Review; Board of Directors, Soho Repertory Theatre. Focus group and individual in-dept interviewing for marketing purposes; individual career counseling.

"I have a particular interest in the application of Horney theory to the study of film."

Norman Friedman, Ph.D. (English), M.S.W.

33-54 164th St., Flushing, NY 11358-1442. Tel. (718) 353-3631

Professor Emeritus of English, Queens College, CUNY; Gestalt Psychotherapist; Writer.

"Fritz Perls was once in treatment with Horney and used much of what he gained from her in developing Gestalt therapy. I myself have used Horney in the course in Literature and Psychology I used to teach, with particular reference to feminine psychology. My own special interest right now is in developing my workshop in Poetry and Gestalt, out of which I hope will evolve a book or two."

Rita Estelle Frucht

2 Ellwood St., Apt. 5G, New York, NY.

"Dr. Karen Horney helped to save my life through her writings and a time when she told me on the telephone, 'You have caught the meaning of my work.' I am an original member of the ACAAP. I have been an actress and a secretary. As a senior citizen, I am attending Hunter College and have recently been on the radio--acting again--as a member of the Manhattan Radio Group. One must go on learning forever!"

Giselle Galdi, Ph.D. (Psychology, N.Y.U.)

219 East 69th St., 1J, New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 628-8645

Faculty, Karen Horney Psychoanalytic Institute and Center; Director, Victim Treatment Center, Karen Horney Clinic.

Major interest: exploration of contribution of Horney theory to the subject of "Psychic Trauma."

[2001] Editor of The American Journal of Psychoanalysis

Jerry R. Gathmann, B.A. (Psychology, U. of Washington)

2615 Meadow Ave. North, Renton, Washington 98056. Tel. (206) 228-5622

"I am a lay-person who was introduced to Horney's work in college 23 years ago. I will never forget that day, place, or time. I was amazed at the lack of information about her at the time and the lack of public awareness of her work, so I am very pleased that all the published work on Horney is coming out. I have often felt alone in my enthusiasm for Horney in this part of the country. I have recently become interested in Zen."

Rhoda Geisler

49 Bolivar St., 1-R, Staten Island, NY 10314. Tel. (718) 982-5251

"My interest in Horneyan theory is mostly for the purpose of improving my own life. In this endeavor, I have found the books of both Karen Horney and Theodore Isaac Rubin to be truthful and invaluable. I welcome the opportunity to discuss and share the struggles involved in self-acceptance and self-understanding."

Joann Gerardi, Ph.D.

320 West 86th St., 7B, New York, NY 10024

President, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, AIP; private practice.

Johanna Ghei, Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin)

2110 Bascom St., Madison, WI 53705. Tel. 608-233-5261

Psychotherapist. Research in history of women in psychology and the psychology of women. Dissertation: An Analysis of the Emergence and Development of the Concept of the Real Self in the Writings of Karen Horney. Available from UMI--University Microfilms Inc.--dissertation publication #9331259, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Inquiries welcomed. Psychotherapist, Women's Psychotherapy Center of Wisconsin, 16 N. Carroll St., Suite 710, Madison, WI 53703. Tel. 608-255-4747.

"My dissertation is a critical analysis of the development of Karen Horney's work, in particular her concept of the real self. I am interested in the meaning of this concept from various perspectives--such as the personal meanings it held for Horney herself, the development of its meanings and theoretical role in her theories, its uses in her therapeutic approach. I explore also Horney's development of the meanings of the experienced real self or of being oneself--for instance, of wholeheartedness, of being in the present moment--and the relation of this development to her interest in Zen. My work examines connections between the evolutionary process of the idea of the real self and Karen Horney's creative process in working out her philosophy, theories, concepts, and therapeutic approach. Another focus of my interest is how the development and underpinnings of Horney's later work are related to her early work in feminine psychology."

Work address: Women's Psychotherapy Centre of Wisconsin, 16 N. Carroll St., Suite 710, Madison, WI 53703. Tel. 608-255-4747.

Betty Glad, Ph.D. (U. of Chicago)

1317 Belmont Dr., Columbia, SC 29205. Tel. Home: (803) 787-8452; U. of S. Carolina: (803) 777-4544

Professor of Government and International Studies at the U. of South Carolina. Past President, International Society of Political Psychology. Has used Horney in Charles Evans Hughes: The Illusions of Innocence (U. of Illinois Pr., 1966) and Jimmy Carter: In Search of the Great White House (Norton, 1980). Currently using Horney to describe the personalities of some of the chairmen of the U.S. Foreign Relations Committee, 1924-74. A leading exponent of the use of psychoanalytic insight in the study of political figures.

"I have found that many people respond to this kind of work with considerable ambivalence. Because Horney explains so many of us, and because the data relevant to character structure is more readily accessible than data on sexual functioning, etc., such works are often greeted as more 'balanced' than most psychobiographies. But because the analysis often strikes so close to home for many of us, it is sometimes blatantly misinterpreted and dismissed as 'psycho-baloney.'"

Robin Steier Goldberg, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology, Fordham U)

1349 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10128. Tel. (212) 348-8065

Graduate, Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Book Review Editor, American Journal of Psychoanalysis.

Rose Gramalia, B.A. (Psychology)

1123 Mainsail Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34685. Tel. 813-786-5982

Working on M.A. in Applied Psychology; interning at the Manors, a private psychiatric hospital in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

"Recently left Los Angeles and a career in the entertainment industry as talent manager, script developer, and writer in order to pursue graduate studies in psychotherapy. Because of first-hand knowledge and experience, I am aiming toward a high-functioning, creative population with particular emphasis on the therapeutic process involving the narcissistic personality type, which is the subject of the research I am doing at the present time."

Samuel I. Greenberg, M.D. (U. of Chicago)

2715 NW 21st St., Gainesville, FL 32605. Tel. (904) 378-5854

Graduate American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Florida; Consultant in Psychiatry, Veterans Administration.

Author: Neurosis Is a Painful Style of Living, New American Library, 1971, 1977.

Rachel Grey, B.A. (English, Carleton College), B.S. (Elementary Ed., U. of Minnesota)

19 N 15th St., #48, Minneapolis, MN 55403. Tel. 612-371-9469

Elementary school teacher making a career change. "I like Karen Horney because she seems to believe that human beings are sinners but she likes them anyway. Her theories have an appreciation for how complex human beings really are. I think the idea of self-realization is absolutely essential, too, in order to lead a happy life."

Serge Hadjolian, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology, Long Island U.)

30 Central Park South Suite 8B, New York, NY 10019 (Office)

Tel. Office: (212) 371-9696; Home: (212) 644-2929

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; President, Center for Self-­Analysis

"Born in Varna, Bulgaria, Serge came to this country at the age of 25, in 1969. After completing his doctorate, he entered training at the AIP, where he has served as a faculty member and as an Associate Psychoanalyst and a Supervisor of the Dynamic Psychotherapy Program of the Karen Horney Clinic. In 1985 he founded the Center for Self-Analysis, Inc., a facility that trains the lay individual how to recognize behavioral patterns that are caused by inner conflict, the goal being to unblock personality dynamics that adversely affect self-realization, physical health, and interpersonal relations. Serge has taught at the New School for Social Research and for over a decade has given Public Education Lectures at the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis."

Norman N. Holland, Ph.D. (English, Harvard).

1607 N.W. 19th Circle, Gainesville, FL 32605. Tel. 904-377-0096.

Marston-Milbauer Professor of English, University of Florida. Training at Boston Psychoanalytic Institute (cert. 1966).

"I've been interested all my life in how and why people respond to books and dramas and events as they do. I've published eleven books of literary criticism of which The Dynamics of Literary Response (1968, 1979, 1989) and Poems in Persons (1973, 1975. 1989) are the best known and deal with people's responses to literature. The I (1985) is a purely psychological synthesis of ideas about human personality and development. In recent years, I've become interested in new ways people can express in more appealing forms the abstract ideas about, for example, literary criticism, forms such as personal essays, fiction, the Internet, hypermedia." Professor Holland's most recent publication is Death in a Delphi Seminar (a novel), SUNY Press, 1995.

Roberta C. Horn, B.A. (U.C., Berkeley)

4 Oak St., Kennebunk, ME 04043 (Home)

175 W. 13th St., Apt 5A, New York, NY 10011 (Student Address).

Tel. (212) 691-2181

Professional photographer and former hospice director. Currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Psychology at the New School for Social Research and working as a Pre-Extern at the Bensonhurst Day Hospital. Has been President of Maine Women in the Arts.

Nathan M. Horwitz, M.S.W. (Hunter College), C.S.W.

100 Bleecker St., 7D, New York, NY 10012. Tel. (212) 473-5556

Adjunct Faculty, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; private practice; consultant, Cornell University Family Life Program.

James R. Huffman, Ph.D. (English, Michigan State U.)

8 Bradley Dr., Lancaster, NY 14086. Tel. (716) 681-8095

Professor of English at the State University of New York College at Fredonia. Horneyan publications include: (1) an analysis of Styron's Confessions of Nat Turner in Third Force Psychology and the Study of Literature, ed. Bernard Paris; (2) "A Psychological Critique of American Culture," AJP, 42 (1982); and (3) "Young Man Johnson," AJP, 49 (1989).

Book in progress: In Sickness and in Health: A Psychological Approach to U.S. History and Culture. "This book uses Horney's theories to explain a number of phenomena in American history and culture, and to argue that the personality disorders she identifies have influenced the history and formation of the society very deeply. Americans for the most part have lived in a threatening environment and have responded both individually and collectively with a clear search for glory, formation of idealized selves, and most often an expansive strategy for coping with life. The book traces this pattern in popular culture from movies to comic strips, in politics from Presidents to popular votes, in cultural institutions such as religion and business, and in history from the revolution to the present. Examples of individuals (such as Kennedy and Johnson in politics, Kirk Douglas and Marilyn Monroe in film) and of groups (such as the Mormons and political and economic bureaucracies), as well as historical and cultural trends, are used to support the basic argument."

Recent essay: "A Horneyan Approach to American Literature," in Dionysus in Literature: Essays on Literary Madness, ed. Branimir Rieger, Popular Press, 1994. [See Bulletin Board]

Benjamin Hurewitz, M.D. (Anderson College of Medicine, Scotland)

9095 Midland Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410. Tel. 201-796-3395

Private practice; Barnert Memorial Hospital, Patterson, New Jersey

Douglas H. Ingram, M.D. (NYU)

45 East 89th St., Apt. 9B, New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212)-289-4090. E-mail:

"I serve as a faculty member, Training and Supervising Analyst at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis of the Karen Horney Psychoanalytic Institute and Center and also serve in the same capacities at the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of the New York Medical College, where I am Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry. I teach Horney theory to candidates at that Institute. I am a Fellow of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis."

Dr. Ingram is the author of many essays and editor of Karen Horney's Final Lectures (Norton, 1987). He is editor of The American Journal of Psychoanalysis. [2001: Dr. Ingram is now editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis]

Faye Michelle Jacob, M.A. (Psychology, Fordham)

600 Columbus Ave., 3-M, New York, NY 10024. Tel. (212) 362-5432

Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology Program, Fordham U. Psychology Extern, American Institute of Psychoanalysis.

"My clinical career has been varied to date, but I have always maintained an interest in psychoanalytically based clinical work. I was fortunate to secure a position in the externship program at the Karen Horney Psychoanalytic Center this year and to see patients in the Adult program. I am new to Horney theory but already have found it a perspective with which I feel quite comfortable, and I remain eager to learn more. I like Horney's optimism, her approach to cure, and her ideas about the solutions a person adopts in response to cultural and interpersonal pressures. She consistently reminds the reader of the importance of compassion and openness in the treatment of patients."

Constance A. Johannesson, Psy.D. (Clinical Psychology, Antioch/New England Univ.)

133 Washington Road, Rye, N.H. 03870.

Post Doctoral Fellowship, Exeter/Portsmouth Mental Health Association. New Hampshire Psychological Organization. Portsmouth Group Psychotherapy. Specialization in Women's Issues: depression; self-esteem, survivors of abuse; eating disorder and relationship problems. Has been Staff Therapist, Seacoast Mental Health Center; Research Consultant, Stone Center, Wellesley College; Director of Supportive Services, Seacoast Mental Health Center.

Alan Kagan, M.D.

1100 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee, FL 32301. Tel. (904) 878-1141

Analytic training: Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NYC. Private Practice, Tallahassee. Editorial Board, Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis.

From the Newsletter of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis: "Alan Kagan, M.D., recently had a starring role in a Tallahassee 'little theatre' production of The Boys Next Door, a humorous look at the lives of four mentally disabled roommates. Alan, playing an older man with a severe neurosis, received rave reviews. The Tallahassee Democrat writes: 'Kudos have to go to Alan Kagan for his off-the-wall portrayal of the compulsive Arnold Wiggens. He plays his character like Heifetz plays his fiddle."'

Marcia Kagan

886 E. 93rd St., Brooklyn, NY 11236. Tel. (718) 257-2242

Student at Hunter College.

Coleen Karlsen

2212 Golden Blvd., Billings, MT 59102. Tel. 406-652-3879

Psychology major, Eastern Montana College. "Returning to school after 23 years in food industry and sales career."

Ronald J. Kastner, B.A. (Rutgers)

115 East 9th St., 19E, New York, NY 10003.

President, Karen Horney Clinic. President, Capital Printing Systems, Inc. Theatrical producer, Broadway and off-Broadway.

James F. Kelley, A.B. (Yale), J.D. (U. of Chicago)

P. O. Box 105605, Atlanta, GA 30348-5605

Corporate lawyer, Georgia-Pacific Corporation. "I am interested in the application of Dr. Horney's work to my own life."

Harry Keyishian, Ph.D. (English, NYU)

110 Burnham Parkway, Morristown NJ 07960. Tel. (201) 593-8710

Professor of English, Fairleigh Dickinson U. (Shakespeare, film, theatre); Director, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; Coeditor, The Literary Review: A Quarterly Journal of International Writing. Author: The Shapes of Revenge: Victimization, Vengeance, and Vindictiveness in Shakespeare, Humanities Press, 1995.

"My interest in the application of psychoanalytic insights to literary and non-literary texts has led to some publications on Mary Shelley, Henry James, and William Shakespeare. A particular interest is the psychology of revenge. A current project involves the study of Renaissance books on the passions (and the psychology implicit in them), with relation to concepts of punishment and revenge."

Some relevant publications: "Karen Horney on the Value of Vindictiveness," AJP, 42 (1982); "Vindictiveness and the Search for Glory in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein," AJP, 49 (1989); "A Mind of Her Own," Review/Essay, Psychoanalytic Books, 2: 2 (Spring, 1991).

Current work in progress is a book about the image of the politician in American movies.

Damian B. Kim, M.D. (Seoul National University, Medical College)

365 Chestnut Drive, East Hills, NY 11576. Tel. (516) 621-4442

Graduate and Faculty member, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Associate Director of Psychiatry, Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Clinical Assistant Professor, SUNY Medical School, Brooklyn, N.Y.; private practice.

"Interests are psychoanalysis, hypnosis, Zen Buddhism, Transcultural psychotherapy, alcoholism, group and family therapy, golf, etc." Has presented papers on "Subjectivity and Objectivity in Psychotherapy," "Karen Horney's Real Self and Buddha Nature," "Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy and Zen--The Scope of Human Concentration," and "Suitable Psychotherapy for Asian Americans."

Willing to help in setting up International Karen Horney Society in Korea and in spreading Karen Horney's theory in Korea.

Kristin O. Lauer, Ph.D. (English, Michigan State U.)

305 Riverside Dr., 12A, New York, NY 10025. Tel. (212) 865-7439

Associate Professor of English, Fordham U.; Board Member, Edith Wharton Society.

"I have been encouraging female (as opposed to strictly feminist) literary critics to use Karen Horney's theory of personality in their work. I have published several papers using Horney to interpret conflicts in characters (The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology), and I have introduced Horney to the audience at several conferences. My particular interest--and I would be very happy to hear from anyone working in this area--is to study the application of non-Freudian psychoanalytic theory to female writers. I have found in my extensive work on Edith Wharton that many feminists deplore Freud but see no practical alternatives for psychological criticism. I am looking for new approaches to women writers that use insights other than those from strictly feminist or Freudian perspectives.

I am currently finishing a study of relationships in Edith Wharton's fiction: Gallery of the Damned: Understanding Edith Wharton's Pessimism. I have compiled the new annotated bibliography of Edith Wharton studies (Garland, 1990), and I am an editor of Edith Wharton: Contemporary Reviews (Cambridge U.P., Spring, 1992). I am under contract with Norton for the Norton Critical Edition of Ethan Frome."

Joyce A Lerner, M.S.W.

301 East 79th St., 19A, New York, NY 10021. Tel. 212-517-7130

Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Director, Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Associate Editor, The American Journal of Psychoanalysis.

Gayle Lewis

630 Gramatan Ave, 3F, Fleetwood, NY 10552

Mary McConnell, A.C.S.W. (Hunter College)

46-20 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, NY 11355

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis. In private practice, working with adults.

Cecilia Marcus, M.S.W.

102 W. 75th St. #40, New York, NY 10023. Tel. (212) 787-8876

Completed clinical and theoretical training at Metropolitan Institute for psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy.

Jay Martin, Ph.D. (English, Ohio State U.); Ph.D. in Psychoanalysis (Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute)

18651 Via Palatino, Irvine, CA 92715. Tel. (714) 854-7905

Leo S. Bing Professor of English, U. of Southern California; Instructor in Psychoanalysis, Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute; Lecturer in Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Clinical Supervisor in Residency Program, U. of California, Irvine; novelist, playwright, private practice in psychoanalysis.

Author of books on Conrad Aiken, Nathaniel West, and Robert Lowell. Also Harvests of Change: American Literature 1865-1914 and Who Am I This Time: Uncovering the Fictive Personality (Norton, 1988). Books in Progress: John Dewey: A Liberal Life and Literature and the Life of Psychoanalysis.

"Karen Horney is my psychoanalytic great grandparent. I was analyzed by Louis A. Gottschalk who was analyzed by Henry B. Lee, who was analyzed by Karen Horney."

Dee Anna Merz, B.S. (Mental Health and Human Services, Georgia State U.)

989 Autumn Crest Ct., Stone Mountain, GA 30083. Tel. (404) 299-7557.

"I am a student at the University of Georgia, completing my master's in rehabilitation counseling and plan to go on for a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. I was exposed to Karen Horney for the first time in an undergraduate theories of personality class. Through school, professional work, and personal counseling, I have identified myself as a counselor working out of a trauma theories approach. I am an avid fan of Alice Miller, and have discovered that in many ways she restates Horney's theories.

My professional interests center primarily around working with abuse survivors, particularly incest. I have attended workshops for additional clinical training in this area. I eventually hope to work with dissociative disorders. My experience thus far, especially in the world of academia, does not validate my core beliefs in relation to trauma theory. Brief and cognitive therapy are on the rise, primarily because of health insurance and the medical model as it exists today. I would be very interested in joining an organization that holds ideas similar to mine."

Member, American Counseling Association, Noetic Sciences, American Rehab Counseling Association.

Viktorija Mickans, M.D. D.D.S. (University of München)

120 East 34th St., #147, New York, NY 10016-4613. Tel. (212) 696-5424

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Attending psychoanalyst, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York. Interests: Noetic sciences, Art, how ethnic, religious and political backgrounds influence character formation.

Alan G. Miller, M.D. (University of Oregon)

1409 Valley Forge Way, Abingdon, MD 21009. Tel. (410) 538-4589

Karen Horney Institute, 1970. Director, Outpatient Mental Health Services, V.A. Medical Center, Perry Point, Maryland 21902.

Theodore Millon, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut)

5400 SW 99th Terrace, Miami, FL 33156. Tel. (305) 661-8888.

Professor of Psychology, U. of Miami, and Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. Has served on the American Psychiatric Association Task Force on Nomenclature and Statistics since it undertook development of the DSM-III in 1974 and is now working on the DSM-IV. Prime developer of two diagnostic self-report inventories, The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI) and the Millon Behavior Health Inventory (MBHI). President of International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders and co-editor of the Journal of Personality Disorders. Has written and edited more than 20 books, many of which discuss or make reference to Karen Horney. These include: Modern Psychopathology, Theories of Psychopathology and Personality, Approaches to Personality, Disorders of Personality: DSM-III: Axis II, and Toward a New Personology: An Evolutionary Model.

It was Ted Millon who introduced the director of the IKHS, Bernard Paris, to the theories of Karen Horney when they were colleagues at Lehigh University in the late 1950s.

Irving Laurice Mintz, M.S.W.

514 E. Ann St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1421. Tel. 313-741-1173

125 Oxford Place, S.I. New York, NY 10301. Tel. 718-448-8564

Certificates in Jungian Psychology, Creativity and Social Group Work, City University of New York; former faculty member, New School for Social Research; currently a student on the M.D. track in the Health Sciences Program, Donnelly College. Escape artist. Interested in shamanism, the meaning of magic, and the physician/magician archetypes. Member: International Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Association for Transpersonal Psychology, National Association of Social Workers.

Agnes A. N. O'Connell, Ph.D. (Social Psychology and Personality, Rutgers U.)

50 Inglewood Lane, Matawan, NJ 07747. Tel. (908) 566-8069

Professor of Psychology, Montclair State College; Director, Honors Program in Psychology, Director, Community Psychology Program, Staff Member, Psychological Services, Montclair State College. Licensed Psychologist. Fellow, American Psychological Association.

Books (with N. F. Russo): Eminent Women in Psychology; Models of Achievement: Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology, 2 volumes; Women in Psychology: A Bio-Bibliographic Sourcebook; Women's Heritage in Psychology: Origins, Development, and Future Directions.

Professor O'Connell is the author of the chapter on Karen Horney in Women in Psychology and of "Karen Horney: Theorist in Psychoanalysis and Feminine Psychology," Psychology of Women Quarterly, 5 (1980), 81-98. She has published many essays and chapters in books.

Sharna Olfman, Ph.D. (Psychology)

342 S. Highland Ave., 12A, Pittsburgh, PA 15206. Tel. (412) 361-2472

Psychologist in private practice; Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, Point Park College, Pittsburgh.

"I am particularly interested in the application of Horney's work to the psychology of women. (I was most impressed with Marcia Westkott's superb book on the subject.) I have recently discussed Horney's work in the following papers: "Freud, Thompson, and Horney: Theories of Female Gender Development," "Freud's Theory of Female Gender Development: A Critical Review," and "Feminist Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Female Gender Development: A Historical and Theoretical Overview."

Recent publication: "Gender, Patriarchy and Women's Mental Health: Psychoanalytic Perspectives," Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 2, no. 2 (Summer, 1994). The paper discusses Horney, Dinnerstein, and Chodorow.

Marlene Gershman Paley, Ph.D. (Union Graduate School)

48 Larkin St., Dix Hills, NY 11746. Tel. (516) 423-6932

Graduate and faculty member, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Director, Long Island Center, Inc.; private psychoanalytic practice.

Eugene Papowitz, M.D. (SUNY Downstate Medical Center)

979 High Mountain Road, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417. Tel. (201) 891-2826

Graduate and Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; staff member, The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, N.J.

Shirley H. Paris, B.S. (Education, Towson State)

1430 N.W. 94th St., Gainesville, FL 32606. Tel. (904) 332-7368

Office Manager, International Karen Horney Society. Has been interested in Karen Horney since 1958.

Bernard J. Paris, Ph.D. (English, Johns Hopkins)

1430 N.W. 94th St., Gainesville, FL 32606. Tel. 352-331-6605 (after 12 noon). E-mail: <>

Professor of English, U. of Florida; Past Director, Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts (IPSA); Director, International Karen Horney Society; Honorary Member, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis; Scientific Associate, American Academy of Psychoanalysis; Member Editorial Board, The American Journal of Psychoanalysis.

Books using Horney: A Psychological Approach to Fiction: Studies in Thackeray, Stendhal, George Eliot, Dostoevsky, and Conrad (1974); Character and Conflict in Jane Austen's Novels (1978); Editor, Third Force Psychology and the Study of Literature (Fairleigh Dickinson U.P., 1986); Bargains with Fate: Psychological Crises and Conflicts in Shakespeare and His Plays (Plenum, 1991); Character as a Subversive Force in Shakespeare: The History and Roman Plays (Fairleigh Dickinson U.P., 1991).

Guest Editor, AJP, 49 (Sept. 1989), Interdisciplinary Applications of Horney.

Most recent book: Karen Horney: A Psychoanalyst's Search for Self-Understanding (Yale, 1994).

[2001] Imagined Human Beings: A Psychological Approach to Character and Conflict in Literature (NYU Press, 1997); Editor, The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures by Karen Horney (Yale, 1999); Editor, The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis (Yale, 2000).

In progress: Rereading George Eliot: "Middlemarch" and "Daniel Deronda"

Renate Horney Patterson

3041-B Via Serena South, Laguna Hills, CA 92653-2718. Tel. (714) 859-8423. E-mail:

[2001]Author of Lazarus, What's Next? Includes many reminiscences of her mother, Karen Horney. Portions posted on this website.

Henry A. Paul, M.D.

1148 5th Ave., New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 289-8004. E-mail:

Director, Karen Horney Clinic; private practice.

Herbert M. Perr, M.D. (Tulane Medical School)

444 N. Long Beach Road, Rockville Centre, NY 11570. Tel. (516) 766-4741

Graduate and Faculty Member, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology, SUNY, Stony Brook; Emeritus Staff, Department of Psychiatry, South Nassau Communities Hospital; columnist and contributing editor, Newsletter, Nassau Psychiatric Society.

Prior academic appointments: New School for Social Research; Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NYC; Long Island Institute of Psychoanalysis.

Author of numerous articles and book reviews.

Sergio Pirrotta, Ed.D. (Counseling Psychology, U. of Massachusetts)

802 Summer St., Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944. Tel. 508-526-4146

Psychotherapist, Exeter-Portsmouth Mental Health Associates, Exeter & Portsmouth, NH; Associate Professor, Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, Antioch/New England Graduate School, Keene, NH.

Author of several articles and, with L. Fruggeri, of L'Approccio Sistemico-relazionale nel Servizio Sociale Publico: Atti del Seminario di Parma, Novembre, 1984 (Universita di Parma, 1986).

Isidore Portnoy, M.D. (Dalhousie U.) [deceased]

118 West 79th St., New York, NY 10024. Tel. (212) 874-0206

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; former Associate Dean; Co-founder, Karen Horney Clinic; private practice in psychoanalysis.

"I was a personal admirer of Horney and a strong believer in her theories."

Mrs. Zuvart Prestopino

10224 Conover Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20902

Michelle Price, C.S.W. (M.S.W., Yeshiva U.)

777 W. End Ave, 7E, New York, NY 10015. Tel. (212) 628-2646 (office)

Graduate, Faculty Member, and Supervisor, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Director, Treatment Center for Incest and Family Violence, Karen Horney Clinic; Clinical Supervisor, Rape Crisis Program, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Faculty, International Association of Trauma Counselors; private practice.

"I am founder and Director of the Treatment Center for Incest and Family Violence. This program is unique in that it utilizes a Horneyan orientation, in conjunction with other trauma theories, in providing specialized treatment to men and women who have survived incest, child sexual abuse, and family violence."

Recent papers employing Horney: "The Psychoanalysis of an Incest Survivor: A Case Study," AJP; "The Impact of Incest on Identity Formation in Woman," Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis. Forthcoming papers: "Knowing and Not Knowing: Paradox in the Construction of Historical Narratives," in Delayed Memories of Childhood Abuse: Essential Papers for Clinicians, ed. J. Alpert; and "Horney's Counter-Discourses: Contemporary Applications," in Psychoanalytic Versions of the Human Condition, ed. Mercer and Rosenberg.

Stephen M. Remen, M.D. (Guadalajara)

51 Fifth Ave., 4B, New York, NY 10003. Tel. (212) 255-5165

Graduate, Faculty Member, and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine; Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, Beth Israel Medical Center; private practice in psychiatry, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis; B.A. and M.A. in Art History (Columbia); writes and lectures on psychodynamics and art, creativity.

Mario Rendon, M.D.

333 E. 30th St., New York, NY 10016

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Past editor, American Journal of Psychoanalysis. Director, Dept. of Psychiatry, Lincoln Hospital. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, New York Medical College.

Branimir M. Rieger, Ph.D. (English, University of Maryland)

936 Sunset Drive, Greenwood, SC 29646. Tel. 803-223-7977

Professor, Division of Humanities, Lander University, Greenwood, SC.

"I have edited a book, Dionysus in Literature: Essays on Literary Madness, published by Popular Press in 1994. Contributed an introduction to the use of the term "madness in literature" and a chapter on how to teach a course on this topic. Other essays deal with concepts of madness and literary theory, clinical madness in writers, madness in film, mad scientists, the institution in American fiction. There are essays on Dostoevsky, Shakespeare, Blake, Woolf, Melville, Faulkner, Vonnegut, and Stephen King. There is also an essay by James Huffman entitled "A Horneyan Approach to American Literature."

"Interests: psychological criticism, vampire literature, sports, classical music; modern alternative and grunge music; development of Croatian democracy and the new literature coming out of the democracy (I was born in Croatia); collecting old books, especially travel books and travel guides, like the Baedekers and WPA Guides."

Paul Roazen, Ph.D. (Harvard)

Emeritus Professor of Social and Political Science, York University, Toronto. Author of numerous books on the history of psychoanalysis. These include Brother Animal: The Story of Freud and Tausk, Freud: Political and Social Thought, Freud and His Followers, Helene Deutsch: A Psychoanalyst's Life, Encountering Freud: The Politics and Histories of Psychoanalysis, and Meeting Freud's Family.

Ona L. Robinson, Ph.D.

12 Windward Ave, White Plains, NY 10605. Tel. 914-682-0967

Clinical psychologist; certified psychoanalyst. Affiliated with the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health.

"My colleague Dr. Edward Stephens and I have worked together in the area of Competition Theory, which springs naturally from Horney's interest in the influence of culture upon personality. Some of the strategies she has described can be seen as pseudo adaptations to the power struggles and control battles that go on within the family. Since competition is in the air we breathe but conflicts with the value we place on highly affiliative relationships, the struggle to evolve a system to deconstruct unhealthy competitive mindsets is an important one. Moving away from highly competitive positions has the reward of richer and closer connections both within ourselves and between ourselves and others. I should be delighted to hear from any interested people with views on this subject."

Jeffrey Rubin, M.D. (Medical College of Virginia)

51 E. 90th St., New York, NY 10128. Tel. (212) 831-6152

Dean, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; private practice; author and editor.

Mark Rubin, (M.F.A., English, U. of Montana; M.S.W., NYU)

468-A North St., Burlington, VT 05401

Certified Social Worker, New York State. "A former English teacher and principal of a junior high school, I am also committed to writing. My first book of poems, The Beginning of Responsibility, was published in the Fall of 1992 [available from Owl Creek Press, 1620 N. 45th St., Seattle, WA 98103, or directly from the author]. Currently I am revising my second book of poems, Errors on the Side of Justice, as well as the libretto to a one-act chamber opera."

Theodore Isaac Rubin, M.D. (U. of Lausanne)

219 E. 62nd St., New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 308-0173

Graduate, Training and Supervising Analyst, President of Board of Trustees, past President, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Psychoanalyst and Member of Medical Board, Karen Horney Clinic; former faculty member, Downstate Medical School, Brooklyn, NY, New School for Social Research.

Many awards and talk show appearances.

Author of numerous articles and about thirty books, including Lisa and David (made into a film); The Thin Book by a Formerly Fat Psychiatrist; The Angry Book; Dr. Rubin, Please Make Me Happy; Compassion and Self-Hate; One to One; Anti-Semitism: A Disease of the Mind; Real Love; and Child Potential.

Recent essay: "The Kinetic Mind," AJP, 51 (1991), 351-367.

Book in progress: The Kinetic Mind: Perceptions, Reflections, Speculations and Questions on the Human Mind.

Morton S. Rucker, M.D. (Dalhousie School of Medicine)

5053 Old Hickory Circle, Marianna, FL 32466

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis. Retired; volunteer for Florida State Hospital.

Peter L. Rudnytsky, Ph.D. (English, Yale)

Department of English, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611

Professor of English; Conference Director, Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts (IPSA), University of Florida.

Author, Freud and Oedipus; The Psychoanalytic Vocation: Rank, Winnicott, and the Legacy of Freud.

"I have discovered Horney thanks to my esteemed friend and colleague, Bernard Paris. I am especially interested in Horney's feminist ideas, her critique of Freud, and the autobiographical elements in her writing."

Veronica Ryan, A.A.S. (Fashion Design)

77 Fulton St. #24, New York, NY 10038. Tel. (212) 571-7477

In B.S. program in Psychology, CUNY.

Edward Schattner, M.D. (U. of Vienna)

160 E. 55th St., 2-D, New York, NY 10022. Tel. (212) 877-2014

Graduate, Faculty Member, Training and Supervising Analyst, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Member, Editorial Committee for Horney's Feminine Psychology.

Nancy Engbretsen Schaumburger, Ph.D. (English, NYU); Certificate in Psychoanalysis, NJITP

78 Westervelt Pl., Cresskill, NJ 07626. Tel. (201) 567-7383

Teaches literature in English and interdisciplinary courses on literature and psychology at Manhattanville College, Purchase, N.Y. A member of the International Iris Murdoch Society and a literary advisor to the International Dickens Fellowship. Writes on literary and psychological topics.

"I am a Professor of English specializing in the Victorian period and a formally trained psychoanalyst of ten years' practice. My chief interest is Dickens, on whose fiction I have published articles in The Dickensian, in Victorian encyclopedias, and elsewhere. I am now working on a book which focuses on time-perception in some of the major novels. All my literary criticism is psychological in approach.

I am interested in the application of Horneyan ideas to some of the fiction of Dickens, Hurston, and Murdoch. I would like to meet colleagues with any similar interests, with a view towards possible collaboration."

Robert N. Shorin, A.C.S.W. (Barry U.)

85 Cold Spring Rd., Syosset, NY 11791. Tel. (516) 364-1318

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Councilor, Executive Council, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis; Vice President, Executive Board, Karen Horney Clinic.

Jeffrey J. Silverstein, M.S. (Mass Communications, Syracuse U.)

175 Fordham St., City Island, NY 10464

Currently studying dramatic acting and directing, Lee Strasberg Theater Institute; independent studies in screenwriting and dramatic theory at NYU, New School, American Film Institute; Member, American Film Institute, the Academy of Magical Arts.

"I am a screenwriter and independent consultant. I have acted as producer, director, and writer of corporate films, videotapes and interactive videodiscs for clients such as IBM, AT&T, Sony, U.S. Department of Education, SmithKline, and Miles Pharmaceuticals.

I was introduced to the writings of Karen Horney by Dr. Milton Berger. In the course of my dramatic writing projects I found that her profound insights into character helped in the creation and polishing of scripts. Reading Dr. Bernard Paris's work has also been helpful.

As a student of dramatic theory, it has been clear to me that 'drama is conflict.' The dramatic effect, often culminating in what Aristotle called catharsis, is based upon an audience member identifying with a protagonist and vicariously traveling with him on a quest to find his 'real self' in the face of obstacles. Well-crafted drama is a 'gymnasium for the emotions' of the audience, giving them a chance to exercise their tears, laughter, fright, and flight.

I am particularly interested in how emotional effects are achieved in the audience. I have a lifelong interest in magic, and have worked on the question of why people will always need a 'magic' to believe in, and what is entertaining about it. The late Slydini, considered one of the patriarchs of modern close-up conjuring, was one of my teachers.

Psychoanalysis has clearly had a strong influence on 20th century drama. Jung is useful for grasping drama's mythic nature, and drama has often been fraught with Freudian conflicts and symbolism. I have found that Horney's work offers the clearest and most practical way to look at dramatic characters.

I should like to hear from anyone involved in the Horneyan analysis of drama. I am particularly interested in analyses of popular motion pictures. Stage drama is of interest as well, as is any theoretical work on audience psychology.

Jane Simon, M.D. (Temple University)

145 Central Park West, Suite 1A, New York, NY 10023. Tel. (212)-877-3566

Medical Director, Blanton-Peale Counseling Center; Faculty, Columbia University; Assistant Attending, Dept. of Psychiatry, St. Lukes'/Roosevelt Medical Center; Associate Attending, Out Patient Service, Child and Adolescent Division, St. Lukes'/Roosevelt Medical Center; Faculty, Blanton-Peale Graduate Center.

Author of many essays, reviews, and poems, and of Incisions, a book of poetry. Appointed editor of the Academy Forum in 1995.

Barbara Smalley, Ph.D. (Comparative Literature, U. of Illinois); M.A. French

1006 South Busey, Urbana, IL 61801. Tel. (217) 344-5520

Associate Professor of English, U. of Illinois.

"In teaching a course in Literature and Psychology, I find Horney's concepts concerning mental health and growth to be especially valuable. We study literary characters who have become alienated from their real selves and are committed to trying to actualize a false, glorified self. We discuss the kinds of defensive strategies these characters employ while they are subject to the 'tyranny of the should.' An example of a character who primarily 'moves away' from other people is Dolly Urquhart in D. H. Lawrence's 'The Princess.' [See "Lawrence's 'The Princess' and Horney's 'Idealized Self'" in Third Force Psychology and the Study of Literature, ed. B. J. Paris.] We also analyze characters who move toward and/or against others. Horney's concepts are invaluable for providing new insights into works of literature."

Jeanne Smith, M.D. (N.Y. Medical College)

210 East 73rd St., New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 737-7557

Graduate, Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Clinic Supervisor, Karen Horney Clinic; Executive Committee, Karen Horney Clinic Board; Director of Film Program, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis; International Lecturer on Horney theory in Malaysia & Indonesia (Jakarta, Surabaya, Bali). Chair for Southeast Asia, International Karen Horney Society.

Past President, Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis; Past President, N. Y. State Women's Medical Society. Lectured on Horney theory at the National University of Mexico and ANÁHUAC University in Mexico City, August 15-19, 1994.

Peter Jay Stein, M.D.

233 Hempstead Ave., Rochelle Centre, NY 11570. Tel. (516) 764-4286

B.A. and M.A. in philosophy. Board certified psychiatrist (1987). Newsletter editor and Secretary, Nassau Psychiatric Society (now the Greater Long Island Psychiatric Society). Psychiatric Associate, American Academy of Psychoanalysis. Full time private practice.

"During my training and work, although I learned to appreciate the fundamental Freudian concepts of the unconscious, internal conflict, free association, etc., I felt unclear about my direction and goals with my patients, and I felt myself becoming uninterested, disenchanted, and disillusioned. I had initially felt enthusiastic, but a feeling of emptiness began to erode my satisfaction in the work of psychotherapy. I did not feel at home with other theorists, and I felt even less comfortable with the evolving jargon of psychoanalysis. This was a serious crisis for me, since I had chosen psychoanalytical understanding as my life's work.

It was when I sought supervision in 1993 from Herbert M. Perr, M.D., a member of the IKHS, that he introduced me to the general principles of Horney, with particular emphasis on Neurosis and Human Growth. With Dr. Perr's guidance, Horney's ideas have given me a map of mental functioning which I find extremely useful for myself and my patients.

With Horney, I have experienced a deep sense of hope, a beacon in the darkness, a potential for a certain wholeness of understanding. She seemed to be in touch with her own inner reservoir of aliveness, an internal well of boundless energy that becomes available as the encumberments of the neurotic structure fall away. Her teachings have helped me to begin to break through the rigidity in my approach to myself and others, and have helped me to reach toward my own inner reservoir of genuine feelings."

Stephanie Steinfeld, Ph.D. [deceased]

400 East 58th St., New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 755-8729

Graduate and Faculty, American Institute for Psychoanalysis.

Edward M. Stephens. M.D.

169 E. 74th St., Garden Suite, New York, NY 10021. Tel. (212) 794-8617

Full time practice of psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

"I am currently working to develop a body of work on 'Competition Theory.' A fundamental part of that study involves the description of a new personality disorder--'The Competitive-Comparative Personality'--described in a presentation at the American Academy of Psychoanalysis in 1989. Cognitive attitudes and mental constructs that involve competitive and acompetitive mindsets are being described and treated from the vantage point of competitiveness in an attempt to develop postmodern approaches to the resolution of inner conflict.

Those who are interested may request papers and are welcome to join in a dialogue that I feel sprang from Horney's work."

Randall Kei Sugawara, M.A. (Counseling Psychology)

P.O. Box 2651, Sausalito, CA 94966-2651. Tel. (510) 444-5258

Ph.D. candidate at the Professional School of Psychology, San Francisco, CA. Psychotherapy treatment for phobias and anxiety disorders, psychological and neurological evaluations, mental status exam, and report writing.

Andrew N. Tershakovec, M.D. (1921-2007) (University of Vienna)

1049 Park Ave., New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 722-2132

Graduate, Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty member, American Institute for Psychoanalysis; Acting Chief, Outpatient Clinic, Manhattan Veteran Administration Medical Center; private practice. Formerly Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, NYU; contributor to AJP.

Book: The Mind: The Power that Changed the Planet. (2007). Published by AuthorHouse. Available in Kindle format from

Benjamin R. Tong, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology)

1957 Stockton St., San Francisco, CA 94133. Tel. (415) 362-4591

Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology Program, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco; Research Associate, Institute for the Study of Social Change, U. of California, Berkeley; Lecturer, Asian American Studies Dept., San Francisco State U. Psychotherapist and organizational consultant in private practice; writer and critic; social and clinical researcher; theater arts.

"My interests include certain issues and questions which call upon cross-cultural, existentialist, psychohistorical and social-psychological approaches--e.g., collective trauma (Japanese-American concentration camps), Anti-Chinese movement (1860s-1930s), the alleged madness of certain political leaders, psychopathology vs. evil, interpersonal violence, mind-body health, myth and identity, national character studies, relevance of East Asian disciplines for psychotherapy.

In my estimate, Horney was a pioneer in laying the conceptual foundations for cross-cultural psychological work. Her perspective on the cultural sources of white middle class neurosis was particularly helpful for my own work on a similar theme amongst Chinese Americans. I am presently finishing a book-length manuscript on a Taoist approach to psychotherapy. Horney's notion of health as reflected in a flexible style of relating resonates to the Taoist idea of 'true identity' as 'no identity.'"

Robert Tucker, Ph.D. (Philosophy, Harvard)

44 Hartley Ave., Princeton, NJ 08540. Tel. (609) 921-9484

Emeritus IBM Professor of Politics, Princeton U.; active in International Society of Political Psychology; past president, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

"Robert Tucker is primarily a specialist in Russian history and politics, as well as Marxist thought. His original training was in philosophy. A student of Horney's thought since his student days at Harvard in the early 1940s, he subsequently drew on her theory of the neurotic personality in his work on a doctoral thesis in philosophy which was published in 1961 as Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx. In Russian studies his work as a biographer of Stalin and historian of the Stalin era has turned in a crucial way on a view of Stalin as a classic case of Horney's 'arrogant-vindictive' type. His Horneyan interpretation of Stalin has guided him in Stalin as Revolutionary, 1879-1929 and Stalin in Power: The Revolution from Above, 1928-1941, and will figure in the projected third volume of the trilogy, Stalin, Russia, and the World: The War and Postwar Years, 1941-1953."

Professor Tucker's books on Stalin are published by W. W. Norton.

Marilyn Sankin Tushman, C.S.W. (Smith College for Social Work)

17 Myrtledale Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583. Tel. 914-723-8207

Paul L. Wachtel, Ph.D. (Psychology, Yale); Graduate, Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis, NYU

79 W. 12th St., New York, NY 10011. Tel. (212) 242-0811.

Distinguished Professor of Psychology, City College and Graduate Center, CUNY. Books: Psychoanalysis and Behavior Therapy, Action and Insight, The Poverty of Affluence, Family Dynamics in Individual Psychotherapy.

Book in progress: Principles of Therapeutic Communication

Leo Weinberger, B.A. (NYU), J.D. (Yeshiva University)

24 5th Avenue, Apt. 827, New York, NY 10011. Tel. (212) 228-4404

Lecturer, NYU Real Estate Institute; practicing attorney.

"I am in analysis with a Horneyan therapist and would like to study and discuss Neurosis and Human Growth with another person or several persons. I would like to meet or have telephone conversations or correspond to discuss the book with a view toward assisting one another in trying to identify neurotic behavior and learning as much as possible from that process."

Marcia Westkott, Ph.D. (Sociology, U. of Pennsylvania)

240 Sherman Ave., Sheridan, Wyoming 82801. Tel. 307-673-7388. E-mail: [updated 2001]

Professor of Sociology, Director of Women's Studies, University of Colorado [retired]. Steering Committee, International Karen Horney Society. Author of The Feminist Legacy of Karen Horney (Yale, 1986). Also, "Female Relationality and the Idealized Self," AJP, 49 (1989), 239-50. Professor Westkott is writing a paper on Horney's later interest in Zen Buddhism.

Wanda Willig, M.D. (University of Vienna) [deceased]

1045 Park Ave., New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 831-0289

Graduate, American Institute for Psychoanalysis, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (Group Therapy). Private practice.

Eleanor Yaches, M.D.

228 E. 85th St., 13B., New York, NY 10028. Tel. (212) 879-6956

Editor, Newsletter of the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Non-professional interests: politics, bias, discrimination, power and lack of it, utopianism, emerging movements, literature, painting, sculpture, cartoons, drama, film, humor, freethinkers, researchers, philosophers, what makes evil & how to prevent it--for starters.

Reiko Yonogi, Ph.D. (Comparative Literature, University of Illinois)

9161 Fireside Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46250. Tel. 317-841-7428

Assistant Professor, Japanese Studies, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.

"My research interest is in modern Japanese women's writing. I recently discovered Horney's writings and hope to use her theory in my approach to literature."

Christa Zorn, Ph.D. (English, U. of Florida)

750 Zorn Ave. #15, Louisville, KY 40206. Tel. 502-897-9227 [updated 2001]

Assistant Professor of English, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana. Field of specialization: nineteenth century British literature. Doctoral dissertation on Vernon Lee. A native of Hamburg (Horney's birthplace) who has worked as research assistant to Bernard Paris on Karen Horney: A Psychoanalyst's Search for Self-Understanding (Yale U.P., 1994) and has assisted with The Unknown Karen Horney: Unpublished and Uncollected Writings, which is currently being prepared for the Yale University Press.

Membership Inquiries

SINCE 1997

The following is a list of people who have expressed interest in joining the IKHS after the Society stopped adding new members and collecting dues. In many cases, the information is sketchy, with only an e-mail address.

The people on this list are invited to send additional information for future updates of this website. See Contact Information.

Postal addresses are in the U.S.A. unless otherwise indicated.

Melissa Ahlers, 5330 N. 1st Ave., Tuscon, AZ 85718. Tel. 520-888-0118.

Stella Atzeni-Giuliante, Via Del Forte Boccea, 127, Int. 9, 11068 Rome, ITALY. Has written a thesis on Karen Horney at the University "La Sapienza" in Rome. See Bulletin Board.

Anna Bernet, Director of the Gestalt Training Institute, Sydney, and Co-director of the IKHS. Working on Horney & Perls - essay available on the GTI website. 1/17 Hayes St., Neutral Bay, N.S.W. 2089, AUSTRALIA. E-mail:

Stuart Belenker, psychiatric resident, Vanderbilt U. Medical Center, Nashville. 6700 Cabot Dr., B 13, Nashville, TN 37209. E-mail:

Elif Beyez, Yali M. Hürriyet S. Sadiko_lu Apt. 413, 81530, Maltepe Istanbul, TURKEY. E-mail:

Rob Blair. E-mail: . See Bulletin Board.

Eugene Bohlman, P.O. Box 1451, Manhattan Beach, CA 90267-1451. Writes software for the airline industry. Feels that Horney's "works are as important as Freud's and that the world will be a better place if we can help to expand the influence of her work."

Raymond Buscemi, M.A., 337 Banks St., San Francisco, CA 94110. Tel. 415-821-4991. E-mail: RSBUSCEMI@MINDSPRING.COM .

Eugenio Macias Cortes, Miguel Silva 143, Morelia, Michoacan 58000, MEXICO. E-mail:

Anthony Davidson, Flat 3/3, 1030 Argyle Street, Finnieston, Glasgo G3 8LX, SCOTLAND. E-mail: . Doing graduate work in educational psychology.

Semina De La Sloan, 3171 Rochambeau Ave. #C, Bronx, NY 10467. E-mail: . Studying Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

Robert Epstein, Ph.D., 1343 Navellier St., El Cerrito, CA 94530. Tel. 510-234-7224.

Deborah Felder, P.O 459, South Chattam, MA 02659.

David V. Haines, 8a, Southdown Ave., Hastings, East Sussex TN34 3QE, ENGLAND. Feels "isolated" in England with his interest in Horney.

Ralph H. Hannon, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry and Physics, Kishwaukee College, Malta, Illinois 60150. See Bulletin Board.

Arlene Herman. Writes poetry inspired by Horney. Lives in Cincinnati. E-mail:

Karen Gillespie-Horne, at Rosedale Ramblers/Hay Therapy (Hay, ENGLAND) E-mail:

Karen Hulley, student at the Gestalt Institute, Toronto. Interested in Horney & Perls. 101-608 Lake St., St. Catharines, Ontario L2N 5S9,CANADA. E-mail:

Sally Hussey, Ph.D. candidate in cinema studies, U. of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA. E-mail:

Joanna Kapica, writing a thesis on Karen Horney at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, POLAND. See Bulletin Board for more details. Postal address: Ul. Egejska 11/77, 02-786 Warszawa, Poland. E-mail:

Deborah Kaplan, 3107 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129.

Marty Kaplan, Ph.D., 819 Parkridge Dr., Media, PA 19063-1715. Tel. 610-891-6875. E-mail: . Developing Horney interest group in Philadelphia area. See Bulletin Board.

Krista Kimber, Adamson 31-10, Tallinn EE0001, ESTONIA. Tel. 372 51 09 531 (Home); 372 6 446 990 (Office). Fax: 372 6 442 889. Graduated from Estonian National Defense and Public Service Academy as a police officer.

Margot Miller, 208 South Hanson St., Easton, MD 21601-2966. E-mail: . Using Horney in the study of the French novelist Paule Constant.

Kathleen Moore, 408 Vassar S.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106. Master's thesis on "A Horneyan Perspective on Adolescent Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder." See Bulletin Board.

Paul F. Myers, M.S., 610 Marcus St., Venice, FL 34292. Mental health professional working with the Venice school district.

Annie Newman, 220 San Jose Ave., Santa Cruz, CA 95060. Tel. 831-427-2792. E-mail:

Linda Piper, Oakland, CA. E-mail:

Warren A. Reich, Ph.D., Dept. of Psychology, U. of Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606-3390. E-mail: . Office e-mail: Social/personality psychologist working on identity structure and transition.

Christopher Sherman, 231 Haggetts Pond Rd., Andover, MA 01810. Tel. 978-688-8928. Retired physicist interested in Horney.

Irving Solomon, Ph.D., ABPP, 11 Blenheim Court, Rockville Centre, NY 11570. Tel. 516-766-7629. Clinical psychologist/psychotherapist.

Ruth B. Spina, Ph.D., RR1 Box 273, Chases Lake, Glenfield, NY 13343 ("way up in the Adirondack foothills"). E-mail:

Victoria Tooker, M.S. 5020 N. Prospect Rd., Peoria, IL 61614. Tel. 309-682-4174. E-mail: . See Bulletin Board.


Last updated: 05/10/2005