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Bourdon Rea Barfield

Bourdon Rea Barfield, American investor. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry. With United States Public Health Service, 1953-1956. Fellow American Psychiatric Association, American Academy Psychoanalysis; member American Psychianalytical Association, Westchester Psychiatric Society (executive council 1974-1976), Westchester Psychoanalytic Society.

Background

  • Barfield, Bourdon Rea was born on October 28, 1926 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Adelaide Irene (Obadiah) G.

  • Education

    • AB, Syracuse University, 1948. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1949. Doctor of Medicine, Chicago Medical School, 1953.

    Career

    • Intern United States Public Health Service Hospital, Staten Island, New York, 1953-1954. Resident in psychiatry Hillside Hospital, 1956-1957, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, 1957-1959. Practice psychiatry New York City, since 1959.

      Clinical associate professor psychiatry Albert Einstein Medical College, Scarsdale, New York, since 1959. Supervisor, training analyst Westchester Center Psychitherapy and Psychoanalysis, White Plains, New York, since 1978, director, since 1995.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Psychiatry.

    Membership

    With United States Public Health Service, 1953-1956. Fellow American Psychiatric Association, American Academy Psychoanalysis. Member American Psychianalytical Association, Westchester Psychiatric Society (executive council 1974-1976), Westchester Psychoanalytic Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Chorale, foreign languages, etymology, reading, music.

    Connections

    • Married Winifred Betty Kron, September 17, 1950 (deceased 1969). Children: Deborah, David. Married Bernice Schutzer, May 26, 1983.
    • father: Joseph G.
    • mother: Adelaide Irene (Obadiah) G.
    • spouses: Winifred Betty Kron
    • Bernice Schutzer
    • children: Deborah Barfield
    • David Barfield
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    Born October 28, 1926
    Nationality
    • 1948
      Syracuse University
    • 1949
      Columbia University
    • 1953
      Chicago Medical School
    • 1953 - 1954
      Intern, United States Public Health Service Hospital
      Staten Island, New York, United States
    • 1956 - 1957
      resident, in psychiatry Hillside Hospital
    • 1957 - 1959
      resident, in psychiatry Hillside Hospital
    • 1959
      practice, psychiatry New York City