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STANLEY ROSNER, Ph.D.

Stanley Rosner, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who has practiced in Fairfield County for over 40 years.  He is licensed in Connecticut and New York and is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology and in Psychoanalysis, American Board of Professional Psychology.  He is certified in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.  He is certified in neuropsychology, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.  Past president of the Connecticut Psychological Association, he is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Personality Assessment.  Dr. Rosner is the author of 30 professional papers, and co-author of three books on creativity and of THE MARRIAGE GAP; a study of dysfunctional marriages, and of  THE SELF- SABOTAGE CYCLE; Why We Repeat Behaviors That Create Hardships and Ruin Relationships.  Dr. Rosner has appeared extensively on radio and television.  

Dr. Rosner is also Director of  Career and Educational Planning Associates.  

Dr. Rosner is the author of more than 30 journal articles and five books.  
 

EDUCATION

   

New School for Social Research, New York, NY, Ph.D.

 

Boston University, Boston, M.A. 

 

New York University, New York, NY, B.A. 
 

POST DOCTORAL
   

Post Graduate Center For Mental Health

Certified in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis 

 

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Medical Hypnosis


PUBLICATIONS


Consistency in response to group pressures, J. ABN. CLIN. PSYCH., 55(1), 1957, 145-146

Some dimensions involved in interpreting diagnostic findings, SOCIAL CASEWORK, October 1959

Inquiry: partial or total, J. PROJ. TECH., 24(1), 1960, pp. 49-51

Observations on the use of a single therapist in a child guidance clinic, J. AMERICAN ACADEMY CHILD PSYCHIATRY, 2(2), 1963, pp. 345-356 (with E.M. Smolen)

Eclecticism in psychology and psychotherapy, J. LONG ISLAND CONSULTATION CENTER, 5(2), 1967, pp. 47-50
Reprinted in COLLOQUIUM, 1(1), 1978, pp. 31-33

Ophthalmology, optometry and learning difficulties, J. LEARNING DISABILITIES, 1(8), 1968, pp. 17-19

Ophthalmology, Optometry and Learning Disabilities, J. PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY, 1968, pp. 82-85

Problems in working-through with borderline patients, PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE, 6(1), 1969, pp. 43-45

Emotional aspects of intensive care, J. CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY, 6(1), 1972, pp. 62-66

On the nature of free association, J. AMER. PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOC., 21(3), 1973, pp. 558-575

Free association and memory, PSYCHOTHERAPY THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE, 10(3), 1973, pp. 278-280

Book review - the history of the concept of association of ideas, PSYCHOANALYTIC QUARTERLY, XLV(2), 1976, pp. 318-319

Further contributions to the psychic significance of the umbilicus, INT. REVIEW OF PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, 5(1), 1978, p. 6164

Activity/passivity in the creative process, INTERACTION, 1(3), 1978, pp. 53-58
Reprinted in Colloquium, 1(2), 1978, pp. 43-46

Some aspects of marriage and divorce in Israel, INTERACTION, 3(1), 1980, pp.42-48 (with Tamar Cohen)

A note on Carr and Goldstein's “Approaches to the diagnosis of borderline conditions by use of psychological tests,” J. PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, 46(1), 1982, p.7

Prolonging the act of dying, J. AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY, 1983, pp. 382-383

Further considerations of the internalization process, DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY, 1(2), 1983, pp. 149-158

On the place of siblings in psychoanalysis, PSYCHOANALYTIC REVIEW, 72(3), 1985, pp. 457-477

The eye and the camera: a psychoanalytic note, DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY, 3(2), 1985, pp. 182-185
(with Elisa Rosner)

The seriously ill or dying analyst and the limits of neutrality, PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOLOGY, 3(4), 1986, pp. 357-371
Reprinted in: PSYKOTERAPIA: THERAPEIAN JASENLEHTI, 4/1987, pp. 30-41 (Finland)

Analytic neutrality, stimulus ambiguity and the projective hypothesis, DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY, 6(1), 1988, pp. 51-54

Pine's four psychologies of psychoanalysis and the Rorschach, PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, 8(2), 1990, pp. 103-118

On the place of regrets in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, 11(1), 1994,
pp. 86-89 COMMENTARIES ,ODE TO MANAGED CARE, THE INDEPENDENT PRACTITIONER, BULLETIN OF THE DIV. OF INDEPENDENT PRACTICE, fall, 1993, 13(5), 236237

On the place of involuntary restructuring in change, PSYCHOTHERAPY, 37/Summer 2000/Number 2


 

PAPERS

Observation of 60+ Years, "spa exchange, Point-Counterpoint"


COMMENTARIES


Ode to Managed Care, The Independent Practitioner, Bulletin of the Div. of Independent Practice, fall, 1993, 13(5), 236237

What's New, Connecticut Psychologist, Aug. 1994, 48(4), 10
 


BOOKS

With L. E. Abt, editors, The Creative Experience, Grossman Publisher, 1970, (paperback by Delta)

With L. Hobe, The Marriage Gap, David McKay, 1974, (paperback by McGraw Hill, 1978)

With L. E. Abt, editors, Essays in Creativity, North River Press, 1974, (reprinted by Krieger Publishing Co., 1989)

With L. E. Abt, editors, The Creative Expression, North River Press, 1976

With Patricia Hermes, The Self-Sabotage Cycle: Why We Repeat Behaviors that Create Hardships and Ruin Relationships, Praeger Publishers, 2006

 

 

EDITORSHIP

Editor, Newsletter, Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel, 1979-1984

 

 

NEWSPAPER

Contributor to The Westport News, What's On Your Mind? 1979-1981

 

 

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Sub-clinical Organicity, American Psychiatric Association, 1961, with E.M. Smolen

Anatomy of a Private Practice, Psychologists of Fairfield County, 1979

The Dying Analyst and the Limits of Neutrality, International Forum for Psychoanalysis, Zurich, Switzerland, August 1985


Psychological Testing 1951 - Present; Observations and Discussion
Haddam, Connecticut, November, 2015
 

MEDIA, RADIO, & TELEVISION

  •   New York, WABC TV, New York, NY

  •   Straight Talk, WOR TV, New York, NY

  •   Dialing for Dollars, WTNH TV, New Haven, CT

  •   Larry Angel Show, WJZ TV, Baltimore, MD

  •   Prescription for Family Health, WBAL TV, Baltimore, MD

  •   Tom Larson Show, WSEK TV, Boston, MA

  •   Sonya Hamlin Show, WBZ TV, Boston, MA

  •   Marcia Rose Show, KYW TV, Philadelphia, PA

  •   New England Journal, WFSB, Hartford, CT

  •   Joe Franklin Show, WOR TV, New York, NY

  •   Not for Women Only, WNBC TV, New York, NY

  •   Views in Brief WEVD, New York, NY

  •   Martha Dean Show, WOR TV, New York, NY

  •   RSVP,WELI Radio, New Haven, CT

  •   Allan Christine Show, WCBM Radio, Baltimore, MD

  •   Marc Holmes Show, WEEI Radio, Boston, MA

  •   Casper Citron Show, WQXR Radio, New York, NY

  •   Sounding Board, WNAB Radio, Bridgeport, CT

  •   Ronn Owen’s Ego Trip, WJW Radio, Cleveland, OH

  •   RNN Cable (spot interviews)

  •   Cablevision, Fairfield County, CT (spot interviews)


CLINICAL BACKGROUND


1958-Present
THE COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY GROUP, Fairfield and Stamford, CT
Private Practice

1985-1993
PARK CITY HOSPITAL, Bridgeport, CT
Neuropsychologist, Neuro-Rehabilitation Unit

1994-July 2005
BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL, Bridgeport, CT
Allied Professional Staff, Department of Psychiatry

1978-Present
NORWALK HOSPITAL, Norwalk, CT
Adjunct Medical Staff, Department of Psychiatry

1959-1984
HALL BROOKE HOSPITAL, Westport, CT
Adjunct Medical Staff

1956-1960
CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC OF GREATER BRIDGEPORT, Bridgeport, CT
Chief Clinical Psychologist

1955-1956
MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL, New York, NY
Clinical Psychologist

1952-1955
GRASSLANDS HOSPITAL, Valhalla, NY
Junior Psychologist

1951-1952
GRASSLANDS HOSPITAL, Valhalla, NY
Psychology Intern

SUPERVISORY

1979-1985
Supervised Psychology Interns from Joint Program
Hall Brook Hospital and Norwalk Hospital

1996-1997
Supervised Post-Doctoral Resident,
Norwalk Hospital

 

 

OFFICES HELD

1984-1988
President, Connecticut Society of Psychoanalytic Psychologists, (APA Div. 39)

1977-1984
Regional Chairman, Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel

1972-1973
President, Connecticut Psychological Association

1968-1971
Council Member and Chair, Committee on Insurance and Legislation
Connecticut Psychological Association

1974-1976
Professional Advisory Board, Epilepsy Foundation of Southern Connecticut

1967-1970
Chairman, Professional Advisory Board, Renaissance, Westport, CT.


 

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES
 

Licensed Psychologist in Connecticut and New York


Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology 


Diplomate in Psychoanalysis, American Board of Examiners in Professional 

Psychology

    

Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology

 

Certified, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology

 

MEMBERSHIP

  •   American Psychological Association (Fellow)

  •   Connecticut Psychological Association (Fellow)

  •   American Orthopsychiatric Association (Fellow)

  •   Society for Personality Assessment (Fellow)

  •   Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society

  •   National Academy of Neuropsychologists

  •   International Federation of Psychoanalytic Psychologists

  •   Connecticut Neuropsychological Society

  •   International Neuropsychological Society


AWARDS

Sidney Blau Memorial Award, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, 1967

American Psychological Association award for outstanding contributions to State Psychological Association Affairs, 1980

American Psychological Association Karl F. Heiser Award for Advocacy on Behalf of Professional Psychology, 2002


LISTINGS
 

  •   National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

  •   Who's Who in the East

  •   Who's Who in Science and Engineering

  •   Who's Who Worldwide

  •   Men of Achievement


 

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