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Carl Goldberg

Carl Goldberg, American psychotherapist, writer.

Background

  • Goldberg, Carl was born on January 21, 1938 in New York City. Son of Samuel and Mollie (Hecht) Goldberg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Philosophy, American International College, 1960. Master of Arts in Psychology, University Wyoming, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University Oklahoma, 1966.

      Certified in analytic psychotherapy, Washington School Psychiatry, 1970.

    Career

    • Chief psychology St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, 1967-1971. Director Community Mental Health Center, Prince Georges County, Maryland, 1971-1974. Associate clinical professor department Psychiatry George Washington University Medical School, Washington, 1974-1981.

      Director group Psychotherapy program for psychiatric residents Mount Sinai Hospital Services, Elmhurst, New York, 1981-1985. Associate clinical professor department Psychiatry Albert Einstein College Medicine, New York City, 1981-1994. Psychotherapist private practice, 1980-1995.

      Coordinator group Psychotherapy Training Program St. John's University, 1988-1991. Adjunct associate professor psychology St. John's University, 1988-1991, New York University, 1988-1994. Clinical associate City University of New York, Psychological Center, 1982.

      Research associate Psychohistory Forum, 1986. Board advisors, visiting faculty Change Institute Human Growth, Montreal, since 1978, New York City for Psychodrama Training, since 1976.

    Works

    • Author, co-editor 11 books. Editor Journal Adult Development. Editor-for-the-Americas: International Journal Psychotherapy.

      Contributor over 150 articles to professional journals.

    Connections

    • father: Samuel Goldberg
    • mother: Mollie (Hecht) Goldberg
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    Born January 21, 1938
    Died October 24, 2003
    (aged 65)
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