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Anne Elayne Bernstein

Anne Elayne Bernstein, American psychoanalyst. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.


  • Bernstein, Anne Elayne was born on January 1, 1937 in New York City. Daughter of Nathan and Edith (Leon) Hendon.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Barnard College Columbia University, 1958. Certified, Columbia University, 1970. Doctor of Medicine, Albert Einstein College, Bronx, New York, 1962.


    • Intern Bronx Munic Hospital, 1962-1963. Resident in psychiatry Mount Sinai, New York City, 1963-1965, chief resident, 1965-1966. Instructor psychiatry Mount Sinai Medical Center, 1966-1968, Columbia College Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, 1971-1974.

      Associate in clinical psychiatry Columbia College, 1974-1978, assistant clinical professor psychiatric, 1978-1982, associate clinical professor psychiatric, 1982-1987, clinical professor psychiatric, since 1987. Attending psychiatrist Presbyterian Hospital. Associate psychiatrist New York State Psychiatric Institute.

      Co-director womens resource center health science campus Columbia University, New York City, since 1994. Director women's resource center Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, 1994-1995. Instructor forensic psychiatry Columbia/Cornell University, since 1999.

      Faculty member forensic psychiatry Cornell University, Columbia University, since 1999. Clinical professor psychiatry Westchester campus New York Presbyterian Hospital, 2003.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology.


    • Author: Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 1981, Women Treating Women, 1984, The Psycho Dynamic: Treatment of Women, 1993. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Judaism


    Fellow American Psychological Association (distinguished life, Nancy C. Roeske award 1991). Member American Medical Association, American Psychoanalytic Association, American Academy Psychoanalysis, American Medical Women's Association (executive board 1983-1988, editorial board journal 1983-1994, director mems.-in-training 1983-1988, chairman publication committee 1991, task force on maternity and medicine, speaker house delegations since 1996, Regional Governors Women of Vision award 1997), New York Association Psychoanalytic Medicine (editor bulletin 1975-1978), New York County Medical Association, 25 Year Club Presbyterian Hospital New York.


    • Married Richard K. Bernstein, December 23, 1956. Children: Julie Ann, Laura Ann, Jeffrey Milton, Lili Annual.
    • father: Nathan Hendon
    • mother: Edith (Leon) Hendon
    • spouse: Richard K. Bernstein
    • children: Julie Ann Bernstein
    • Laura Ann Bernstein
    • Jeffrey Milton Bernstein
    • Lili Annual Bernstein
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    Born January 1, 1937