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child psychiatrist

Maurice Berger, French child psychiatrist. Recipient Palmes Académiques, Government France, 2004. Member Interministerial of child Protection, 2002—2003; Member of European Network of Clinical Research About Child Protection (founder), French Society Child Psychiatry.

Background

Berger, Maurice was born on November 28, 1946 in St. Jean de Maurienne, Savoy, France. Son of Herman Berger and Sali Grossman.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Claude Bernard, Lyon, France, 1972.

Career

Resident in psychiatry University Hospital of St. Etienne, 1970—1975, medical assistant in adult psychiatry, 1975—1978, head department child psychiatry, since 1979. Associate professor child psychopathology University Lyon, 1992—2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Author: From Family Consultation to Self-Representation, 1990, The Child Confronted with Separation, 1997, The Failure of the Child Protection, 2003, other books.

Membership

Member Interministerial of child Protection, 2002—2003. Member of European Network of Clinical Research About Child Protection (founder), French Society Child Psychiatry.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cross country skiing.

Connections

Married Genevieve Netter, May 21, 1988. 2 children.

father:
Herman Berger

mother:
Sali Grossman

spouse:
Genevieve Netter