Dennis Gary Shulman, Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

Email: Shulman@DennisShulman.com

Telephone: 201 784-0880

 

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Dennis Shulman is a clinical psychologist-psychotherapist in private practice in Demarest (Bergen County, NJ); and an ordained rabbi. For over thirty years, he has treated individuals and couples, and taught and supervised mental health professionals throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. Dennis Shulman is a frequent and popular lecturer at universities, psychoanalytic training institutes, seminaries, synagogues and churches. His lectures on psychopathology are featured in the nationally-televised PBS series, "The World of Abnormal Psychology." Dennis Shulman received his B.A. from Brandeis University, his Ph.D. from Harvard University, and his psychoanalytic certificate from the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. Dennis Shulman's book, The Genius of Genesis: A Psychoanalyst and Rabbi Examines the First Book of the Bible is available on Amazon and on Kindle.

 

Complete Curriculum Vitae†† Updated: March 10, 2012

 

Education

 

June, 1976: Ph.D., Harvard University, Clinical Psychology and Public Practice.

June, 1972: B.A., Brandeis University, Magna cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, Sociology.

 

Employment Record

 

September, 2007 to June, 2008: Scholar-in-Residence, Jewish Community Project, New York, NY.

September, 2001 to June, 2007: Kollel Faculty, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY.

January, 1998 to present: Training Analyst, Psychoanalytic Faculty and Supervising Analyst, National Training Program in Contemporary Psychoanalysis, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY.

June, 1997 to present: Founding Director, National Training Program in Contemporary Psychoanalysis, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY.

May, 1993 to present: Supervising Analyst, The Kansas City Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.

January, 1992 to present: Approved Psychotherapist, The Blanton-Peal Graduate Institute for Religion and Health, New York, NY.

September, 1991 to present: Independent Clinical Practice, Bergen County, NJ; psychotherapy and psychoanalysis of adult individuals and couples, and psychoanalytic supervision.

July, 1991 to present: Senior Faculty, The Kansas City Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis (teach postgraduate seminars: The Evolution of the Theory of Transference and Countertransference; The Introduction to the Psychoanalytic Situation; Dreams in Clinical Practice, The Advanced Professional Development Workshop; and The Advanced Seminar in Comparative Clinical Theory).

June, 1990 to July, 1991: Senior Content Designer and Television Course Lecturer, The World of Abnormal Psychology, Telecourse produced for the Public Broadcasting Services; Annenberg/CPB Project, Alvin H. Perlmutter Productions & Toby Levine Communications, Inc. (Shows relating to the schizophrenias and the anxiety disorders).

September, 1984 to August, 1994: Assistant Professor in Psychology, Division of the Social Sciences, Fordham University, The College at Lincoln Center, New York, NY; Tenure granted March, 1991; teach History and Society, Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Sex Differences and Similarities, Advanced Seminar in Psychopathology, Psychology Practicum, The Psychology of Human Sexuality, and Seminar in Psychoanalytic Theories.

January, 1983 to November 2003: Seminar Leader, Private Reading Groups, New York, NY, and Bergen County, NJ (taught seminars in advanced topics in clinical psychoanalysis, psychoanalysis and religion, introduction to psychoanalysis, sex, love and marriage, etc.).

January, 1983 to present: Senior Clinical Supervisor, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY.

July, 1982 to July, 1984: Assistant Clinical Professor in Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, NY.

February, 1982 to June, 1984: Adjunct Professor, The Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, Cincinnati, Ohio.

September, 1981 to present: Senior Faculty Member, Training Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY (teach postgraduate courses in the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Technique, the Evolution of Psychoanalytic Theory, Comparative Clinical Theory and Advanced Clinical Psychopathology; and supervise fourth-year research projects).

July, 1981 to June, 1982: Clinical Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, NY.

March, 1979 to November 2003: Independent Clinical Practice, New York, NY; psychotherapy and psychoanalysis of adult individuals and couples, and psychoanalytic supervision.

January, 1981 to August, 1984: Adjunct Associate Professor in Psychology, Division of the Social Sciences, Fordham University, The College at Lincoln Center, New York, NY.

September, 1980 to September, 1981: Adjunct Assistant Professor in Human Services, Fiorello LaGuardia Community College, The City University of New York, Long Island City, NY.

September, 1976 to June, 1980: Clinical Staff, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY.

September, 1976 to March, 1979: Clinical Practice (under supervision of New York State licensed psychologist), New York, NY.

September, 1976 to June, 1977: Adjunct Associate Professor in Counseling and Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, New York, NY.

January, 1975 to June, 1976: Instructor in Human Services, Fiorello LaGuardia Community College, The City University of New York, New York, NY.

 

Licensing and Certification

 

January, 2011: Certificate of Interjurisdictional Practice in Psychology, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Board (232).

May, 2003: Ordained as Rabbi (private semichah; registered as marriage officiant, New York City, 9-3-2003, registration no.: 17157).

March, 1999: Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Board (232).

October, 1982: License to Practice Psychology, New Jersey Board of Psychological Examiners (S101699).

June, 1980: Certificate in Comprehensive Psychotherapy, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY.

March, 1979: License to Practice Psychology, New York State Department of Education, (006161).


 

Awards

 

June, 2005: The 2005 Authorís Recognition Award for The Genius of Genesis: A Psychoanalyst and Rabbi Examines the First Book of the Bible, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies.

June, 2002: Meritorious Service to the Community, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies.

November, 1974: Training Fellowship, National Institute for Mental Health.

June, 1972: The David Aranow Award for Outstanding Achievement in Social Welfare.

June, 1972: Phi Beta Kappa, Brandeis University.

April, 1972: Special White House Commendation for Outstanding Humanitarian Service.

 


 

References

 

Published Book

 

Shulman, DG. (2003). The Genius of Genesis: A Psychoanalyst and Rabbi Examines the First Book of the Bible. Lincoln, NE: IUniverse Inc. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0595280250/dennisshulman-20

Reviewed in Steinberg, P.I. (2006). The Genius of Genesis. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 51: 200-201.

 

Published Articles

 

Shulman, D.G. (September 2011). Seeing in the Bible. Jewels of Elul, Volume 7. (See http://www.jewelsofelul.com)

Shulman, D.G. (2009). On simchas Torah: A reverie. Tiferet: A Journal of Spiritual Literature, Issue #11. p. 66.

Shulman, D.G. (2008). Jonah: His story, our story; His struggle, our struggle: Commentary on paper by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18:3, 329-364.

Shulman, D.G. (2008). A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham, Isaac and the altar: Implications for who we are and how we change. Journal of Synagogue Music, 33: 23-43.

Shulman, D.G. (2007). What Hillel and Freud both see when gazing into Mosesí face: A response. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 4: 95-100.

Geffner, A.H., Kula, I., Shulman, D.G., Hoffman, M., Blanchard, T., Ragen, T., & Safran, J. (2007). From illusion to synergy?: Psychoanalysis, spirituality, and religion in dialogue (A Roundtable Discussion with Tsvi Blanchard, Marie Hoffman, Therese Ragen, Jeremy Safran, and Dennis Shulman). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 4: 1-48.

Shulman, DG. (2005). The analyst's equilibrium, countertransference management and the action of psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Review, 92, 469-479.

Shulman, DG. (Summer, 2005). Clinical psychoanalysis as midrash. CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly, 34-56.

Shulman, DG. (2004). True perception in the Bible: A commentary. Tiferet: A Journal of Spiritual Literature, 1, 121-123.

Shulman, DG. (2002). Pushing the psychoanalytic envelope: A discussion of Eisenstein's and Rebillot's "Midrash and Mutuality in the Treatment of Trauma: A Joint Account." Psychoanalytic Review, 89: 293-302.

Shulman, DG. (1999). The analyst's equilibrium, countertransference management and the action of psychoanalysis. The National Institute for the Psychotherapies Professional Association Review, Fall, pp. 14-16.

Shulman, DG. (1993). Jacob wrestles the angel: Sources of meaning and vitality for the psychoanalyst. National Institute for the Psychotherapies Professional Association Review, Spring Issue, 12-13.

Shulman, DG. (1992). The quantitative investigation of psychoanalytic theory and therapy: A bibliography 1986-1992. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 9, 529-542.

Shulman, DG. (1990). The investigation of psychoanalytic theory by means of the experimental method. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 71, 487-498.

Shulman, DG. (1990). Psychoanalysis and the quantitative research tradition. Psychoanalytic Review, 77, 245-261.

Shulman, DG., & Ferguson, GR. (1988). Two methods of assessing narcissism: Comparison of the Narcissism-Projective (N-P) and the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI). Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44: 857-866.

Shulman, DG., McCarthy, EC., & Ferguson, GR. (1988). The projective assessment of narcissism: Development, reliability and validity of the N-P. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 5: 285-297.

Shulman, DG., & Ferguson, GR. (1988). An experimental investigation of Kernberg's and Kohut's theories of narcissism. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44: 445-451.

Shulman, DG. (1987). Female subordination and male vulnerability: An integration of psychological and anthropological data. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 2: 49-61.

Shulman, DG. (1986). Narcissism in two forms: Implications for the practicing psychoanalyst. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3: 133-147.

Shulman, DG. (1986). Considerations in the treatment of the adult blind patient. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42: 297-302.

Shulman, DG. (1986). Note on the impact of the undergraduate psychology practicum. Psychological Reports, 59: 570.

Shulman, DG. (1986). The quality of helpfulness: A research approach. Psychological Reports, 58: 236-238.

 

Presented Papers

 

Shulman, DG. How Jacob becomes Israel: The psychological wisdom of the Book of Genesis. Invited Speaker. Congregation Agudath Israel Shabbat Lunch N Learn, Caldwell, NJ, December 3, 2011.

Shulman, DG. On becoming a spiritual hero. Guest Speaker. The Rosh Hashanah Reform Community Service. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. September 29, 2011.

Shulman, DG. What Moses taught that Martin knew. Guest Speaker. Weekend of Learning. Congregation Beth-El, Massapequa, NY. April 1, 2011.

Shulman, DG. When Joseph answers Cain. Guest Speaker. The Rosh Hashanah Reform Community Service. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. September 9, 2010. (To listen to this speech, click here.)††

Shulman, DG. The three worst days of my life and their lessons. Graduation Speaker. The Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA, June 18, 2010. (To listen to this speech, click here.)

Shulman, DG. As God kissed Moses: The magnificent gift of perspective. Invited Address, The Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, NJ, April 11, 2010.

Shulman, DG. The meaning, import, and wisdom of Deuteronomy. Scholar-in-Residence, Congregation Beth Simchat Torahís Lehrhaus Semester, New York, NY, October 28-November 18, 2009.

Shulman, DG. Ethics in the Pentateuch. Invited Panel Participant, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Congregation Beth Simchat Torah, New York, NY, May 28, 2009.

Shulman, DG. A night of mystery, a day of commandment: What Leo Baeck would see in Sinai. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Congregation Beth Simchat Torah, New York, NY, May 28, 2009.

Shulman, DG. Psychiatric disorders: Diagnosis and treatment. Guest Lecturer, Hawassa College of Health Sciences, Annual Medical Symposium, Hawassa, Ethiopia, February 28, 2009.

Shulman, DG. The Book of Genesis: An ethical reading. Invited Address, Congregation Ramath Orah, New York, NY, January 10, 2009.

Shulman, D.G. When Joseph answers Cain. Invited Speaker, Temple Bínai Jeshurun, Short Hills, NJ, May 9, 2008.

Shulman, DG. Making time sacred; And the rest is commentary. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Center of Northwest Jersey, Washington Township, NJ, January 6, 2008.

Shulman, DG. Thou shalt not kill time. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ, August 16, 2007.

Shulman, DG. Jewish law?: Whatís a modern, educated, thinking person to do? Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, May 22, 2007.

Shulman, DG. What is sacred in Judaism? Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community of Bermuda, May 5, 2007.

Shulman, DG. Making time sacred; And the rest is commentary. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ, May 1, 2007.

Shulman, DG. Making time sacred: And the rest is commentary. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, June 1, 2006.

 

 

Shulman, DG. The meaning of life: Answers from our Bible. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ, April 25, 2006.

Shulman, DG. Life's journey: On becoming who we want to be. Visiting Scholar in Residence, The Jewish Federation of Central Alabama (Congregations Agudath Israel-Etz Ahayem and Beth Or, Montgomery AL), December 2-4, 2005.

Shulman, DG. A night of mystery, a day of commandment: What Leo Baeck would see in Sinai. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, June 12, 2005.

Shulman, DG. What gives our life purpose?: A contemporary Jewish answer. Invited Lecturer (series of two lectures), Adult Education Spring Seminar Series, Temple Sinai, Tenafly, NJ, April 6 and 13, 2005.

Shulman, DG. What is Jewish about Job, and what we can learn from his book? Featured Speaker, Adult Education Seminar Series of Two Lectures, Temple Beth El, Closter, NJ, April 18 & May 2, 2005.

Shulman, DG. The meaning of life: Answers from our Bible. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ, February 3, 2005.

Shulman, DG. How Jacob and we can become Israel, and the meaning of our life. Invited Speaker, The Lishmah Annual Conference: Explore Torah on Your Own Terms, New York, NY, October 31, 2004.

Shulman, DG. When Mount Moriah meets Mount Sinai: The Akedah and the struggle to become a monotheist. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, May 25, 2004.

Shulman, DG. What gives our life purpose?: An answer from the Book of Genesis. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center on the Palisades, Tenafly, NJ, March 25, 2004.

Shulman, DG. Who we are, how we change and what gives our life purpose. Invited Lecturer (series of three lectures), Academy of Jewish Studies, Temple Emanuel of Great Neck, NY, February 25, March 3 and March 10, 2004.

Shulman, DG. The psychoanalysis of the Akedah (binding of Isaac). Guest Speaker, Institute for Adult Jewish Studies, Woodbury, NY, December 8, 2003.

Shulman, DG. What's in a dream?: A psychoanalyst analyzes Sigmund Freud's contribution. Invited Lecture, Temple University of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, November 28, 2003.

Shulman, DG. How Jacob becomes Israel?: The genius of Genesis. Guest Speaker, The Jewish Community Center of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, November 28, 2003.

Shulman, DG. The genius that is Genesis (various lectures and book signings throughout the United States including events in Jacksonville, FL; Kansas City, MO; New York City; and New Jersey). October 15, 2003 to present.

Shulman, DG. Freud, Job and Moses: Three geniuses and what they teach us. Invited Lecturer (series of three lectures), Adult Education Fall Seminar Series, Temple Sinai, Tenafly, NJ, October 22-November 5, 2003.

Shulman, DG. What ever happened to Dora?: The psychoanalytic treatment of the patient in midlife. Keynote Graduation Speech, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY, June 6, 2003.

Shulman, DG. What is Jewish about Job; and what we can learn from his book. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, June 5, 2003.

Shulman, DG. The Book of Job: The I-Thou explored. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Congregation Ramath Orah, New York, NY, June 5, 2003.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalyst examines sacrifice: Implications for who we are and how we change. Invited Lecture, Jewish Studies Program, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, February 10, 2003.

Shulman, DG. How Jacob becomes Israel: The psychological wisdom of the Book of Genesis. Featured Speaker, Adult Education Seminar Series, Temple Beth El, Closter, NJ, November 4, 2002.

Shulman, DG. Who we are and how we change: The psychological wisdom of the Book of Genesis. Invited Lecturer (series of three lectures), Adult Education Fall Seminar Series, Temple Sinai, Tenafly, NJ, October 9-23, 2002.

Shulman, DG. Why choose Judaism: Some answers from the Hebrew Bible. Invited Speaker, Temple Emanuel of Pascack Valley High School, Woodcliff Lakes, NJ, October 6, 2002.

Shulman, DG. How Jacob becomes Israel: Transformation in a larger context; An ancient psychoanalytic case history. Keynote address presented at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Professional Association 20th Anniversary Annual Fall Colloquium, New York, October 13, 2002.

Shulman, DG. Who we are and how we change: The psychological wisdom of the Book of Genesis. Invited Lecturer (series of two lectures), Adult Education Seminar, Temple Emanuel, Livingston, September 26, 2002 & April 3, 2003.

Shulman, DG. Bereshit as poetry: What the two Biblical creation texts tell us about ourselves, our God and our relationships. Invited Speaker, Tikkun Leil Shavuos Workshop, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, May 16, 2002.

Shulman, DG. Innocence, intimacy and insight in the Garden: What the two Biblical creation stories tell us about who we are and who we can be. Featured Speaker, Adult Education Seminar Series, Temple Beth El, Closter, NJ, April 15, 2002.

Shulman, DG. Paganism in Everyday Life: A reverie on Abraham and Isaac. Featured Speaker, Adult Education Seminar Series, Temple Sinai, Tenafly, NJ, January 13, 2002.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic inquiry into the Biblical text. Featured Speaker, Adult Education Seminar Series, Temple Beth El, Closter, NJ, November 12, 2001.

Shulman, DG. Clinical Psychoanalysis as Midrash: A historical and textual analysis. Invited Address, Congregation Ramath Orah, New York, NY, November 3, 2001.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Invited Address, The Celebration of Jewish Learning Series, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, September 9, 2001.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the Ancient Text: Implications for who we are and how we change. Invited Address, Brandeis University Alumni Association, Brandeis House, New York, NY, May 15, 2001.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Rewriting the narrative: A Midrashic approach to the clinical material, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Fe, NM, April 2001.

Shulman, DG. Clinical material as Biblical text: A discussion of Eisenstein's and Rebillot's "Jewish art of Midrash: Healing trauma in the mythological realm." Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Fe, NM, April 2001.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Invited Address, The Harvard Club of New Jersey, Glen Ridge, NJ, October 29, 2000.

Shulman, DG. The psychotherapy patient in midlife: Clinical issues and case presentation. Featured Speaker, Summer Colloquium, The Kansas City Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Kansas City, MO., July 9, 1999.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the Bible: Implications for who we are and how we and our patients change. Workshop Leader, Spirituality and Psychotherapy Workshop Series, Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, May 16, 1999.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the ancient text: Implications for who we are and how we and our patients change. Invited Address, New Jersey Psychological Association Spring Conference, Woodbridge, NJ, April 17, 1999.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Strife, stamina and hope in the psychoanalytic treatment of the borderline patient, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York City, April 15, 1999.

Shulman, DG. Living to talk about it: What the psychoanalyst can do for the borderline. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York City, April 15, 1999.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Featured speaker, Temple Avoda, Fairlawn, NJ, January 17, 1999.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Featured speaker, Temple Emanuel, Worcester, MA, May 17, 1998.

Shulman, DG. Dora grows up: The case of a hysteric in middle age. Invited speaker, Bergen Pines Hospital Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Paramus, NJ, March 26, 1998.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the Ancient Text: Implications for who we are and how we change. Guest Lecturer, Jewish Family Services, Fairlawn, NJ, December 10, 1997.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Featured speaker, Congregation Beth Shalom, Pompton Lakes, NJ, November 8, 1997.

Shulman, DG. How psychotherapy works: Insight, relationship and the therapist's equilibrium. Featured Speaker, Professional Mini- Series, The Kansas City Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Kansas City, MO., May, 1997.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, From Bible to couch: The contributions of religious perspectives to the psychoanalytic situation, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Denver, CO, March, 1997.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on Abraham's binding of Isaac: Implications for who we are and how we change. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Denver, CO, March, 1997.

Shulman, DG. Dora grows up: The case of a hysteric in middle-age. Featured speaker, The Scientific Meeting of the Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy of New Jersey, February, 1997.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Psychoanalytic perspectives on love and marriage, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York, April, 1996.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the ancient text: Implications for who we are and how we change. Featured Speaker, Professional Mini-series, The Kansas City Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Kansas City, MO., March, 1996.

Shulman, DG. How analysis works: Insight, relationship and the analyst's equilibrium. Featured Lecturer. The Focus Series, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, February, 1996.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the Bible: Implications for who we are and how we change. Keynote Address presented at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Professional Association Annual Symposium, New York, November, 1995.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, How psychoanalysis works?: New approaches to the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Fall meeting of the New Jersey Psychological Association, Somerset, NJ, October, 1995.

Shulman, DG. The management of the countertransference: Implications for the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Paper presented at the Fall meeting of the New Jersey Psychological Association, Somerset, NJ, October, 1995.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, How psychoanalysis works: Relational perspectives on the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Monica, CA, April, 1995.

Shulman, DG. The analyst's equilibrium, countertransferential management and the action of psychoanalysis. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Santa Monica, CA, April, 1995.

Shulman, DG. Dealing with the difficult client: A psychodynamic perspective. Invited address to Family Services of Bergen County, Hackensack, NJ, December, 1994.

Shulman, DG. A psychoanalytic perspective on the Bible. Invited address, Chavurah Beth Shalom of Bergen County, Alpine, NJ, December, 1994.

Shulman, DG. Dealing with the difficult congregant: A view from psychoanalysis. Invited address to the Bergen County Board of Rabbis, Teaneck, NJ, January, 1994.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Fosshage's case of P.: Divergent and convergent perspectives, Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York, April, 1993.

Shulman, DG. Fosshage's case of P: Embattled turf and common ground. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), New York, April, 1993.

Shulman, DG. The joys of being a psychoanalyst: Free associations on the George Washington Bridge. Invited Address, Graduation Ceremonies, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY, June, 1992.

Shulman, DG. The analyst's equilibrium and the management of the countertransference. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Philadelphia, April, 1992.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Countertransference: Current approaches and new directions. Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Philadelphia, April, 1992.

Shulman, DG. Psychoanalysis and the quantitative research tradition: A history of a resistance and the implications. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Chicago, April, 1991.

Shulman, DG. Chair of Panel, Research on the psychoanalytic process. Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Chicago, April, 1991.

Shulman, DG. Psychoanalytic theory and the question of scientific validity. Keynote address presented at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Professional Association Annual Symposium, New York, November, 1990.

Shulman, DG. Psychoanalytic theory: Is it testable? Paper presented at the Psychology Graduate Colloquium Series, Gordon S. Derner Institute of the Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, April, 1990.

Shulman, DG. Psychoanalytic experiments: Examples and implications. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Boston, April, 1989.

Shulman, DG., & McCarthy, EC. A test of narcissism: Reliability, validity and research implications. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39), Washington, D.C., August, 1986.

Shulman, DG. Transference and countertransference: From impediment to ally of treatment. Paper presented at the First International Meeting, Association of Mental Health Practitioners with Disabilities, Fordham University, November, 1982.

Shulman, DG. On being perceived as helpful. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Montreal, September, 1980.

Shulman, DG. The psycho-social implications of low vision. Paper presented at the Conference on Mobility and Orientation for the Visually Handicapped, Graduate School of Education, Hunter College, City University of New York, May, 1980.

Shulman, DG. Narcissism, body ego development and the visually handicapped. Paper presented at the Workshop on Sexual Identity, Coalition on Sexuality and Disability, Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University, November, 1979.

Shulman, DG. Research on the process of being helpful. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Association of Humanistic Psychologists, New Orleans, Louisiana, August, 1974.

Shulman, DG. Working with the parents of handicapped children. Paper presented at The Annual Conference on Parent Counseling, Graduate School of Special Education, Boston College, Boston, Mass., October, 1973.

Shulman, DG., & Tropper, PJ. The institution's role in preparing the handicapped adolescent and adult for life in the community. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Massachusetts Association for Retarded Citizens, Great Barrington, Mass., May, 1973.

 

Book Review

 

Shulman, DG. (1993). Overcoming psychoanalysis' hermeneutic resistance: Book review of Empirical Studies of Psychoanalytic Theories, Volume Three edited by Joseph Masling, Psychoanalytic Review, 80, 643-649.

 

Audio-Video Lectures

 

Shulman, DG. The Schizophrenias. The World of Abnormal Psychology, (one of a 13-Part Series), The Public Broadcasting System, televised originally in the Fall, 1991.

Shulman, DG. Anxiety Disorders. The World of Abnormal Psychology, (one of a 13-Part Series), The Public Broadcasting System, televised originally in the Fall, 1991.

 

Fictional Works

 

Shulman, DG. (September, 1993). The Challah that ate Milwaukee: A children's story. Voice. Also published in The Jewish Braille Review, 225: 78-83. Also translated into Hebrew and published in Likkutim.

 

Postdoctoral Thesis

 

Shulman, DG. (1980). The clinical use of psychotherapeutic exploration of the relationship between a blind person and a guide dog. Certification Thesis, The National Institute for the Psychotherapies.

 

Ph.D. Dissertation

 

Shulman, DG. (1977). Correlates of being perceived as helpful in informal interpersonal relationships. (Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, 1976). Dissertation Abstracts International, 38: 1422-1423.

 

 

Email: Shulman@DennisShulman.com

Telephone: 201 784-0880