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Psychiatrist

Allen Haydon Sandler, American Psychiatrist. Avocations: windsurfing, sailing. M C.

Background

Sandler, Allen Haydon was born on November 14, 1944 in New York City. Son of Nathan E. Sandler and Eleanor (Strum) Offenberg.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, Yale College, 1966; Doctor of Medicine, New York University, 1970.

Career

Intern, resident, National Institute of Mental Health, Washington, 1971-1973; fellow in psychiatry, George Washington University School Medicine, Washington, 1974-1975; staff psychiatrist, Mount Vernon Center for Community Mental Health, Alexandria, Virginia, 1974-1978; assistant clinical professor psychiatry, George Washington University School Medicine, Washington, 1976-1991; attending physician, George Washington University School Medicine, since 1976; private practice psychiatry, Washington, since 1976; director clinical services, Mount Vernon Center for Community Mental Health, Alexandria, 1977-1978; associate clinical professor psychiatry, George Washington University School Medicine, since 1991. Incorporator, board directors Foundation for Research and Education on Mental Illness, Washington.

Achievements

  • Avocations: windsurfing, sailing. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member, Executive Committee Physicians for Social Responsibility, Washington, 1980-1987. Member American Civil Liberties Union, Washington, since 1978, SANE/FREEZE, Washington, since 1988. Member American Psychiatric Association, Washington Psychiatric Society, Yale Club (Washington), Yale Crew Association (New Haven), St. Elmo Society (New Haven), Yale Dramatic Association Alumni (New Haven).

Connections

father:
Nathan E. Sandler Offenberg

mother:
Eleanor (Strum) Offenberg