Jerome S. Blackman, M.D.
  • December 16th, 2010
  • Books

Dr. Blackman’s 3rd book has been accepted for publication by Routledge in NYC. The tentative title is:

110 Solutions to Difficult Problems in Interpretive Psychotherapies

The book addresses 110 problems, allocating 1-2 pages for each answer. The posed problems include “Is your obsessive-compulsive patient schizophrenic,” “Do all depressions need medication, or should I interpret some kind of conflict?”, “The male ‘Yes, Dear’,” “Countertransference to people you’re treating who are cheating on their partners,” “Telephone triage,” and “Patients who ask you questions.”

Look for the publication toward the end of 2011.

On September 26, 2010, I presented this lecture at the American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians (, Washington, D.C. Chapter, as the Thirteenth Annual Alice H. Kiessling Memorial Lecture

JSB with Lois Lowry at Wise Child Conf 10-2-2010

On Oct. 2, 2010, I presented my paper about Coraline, the children’s story by Neil Gaiman, at this conference in Philadelphia.

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