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Psychology educator , psychotherapist

Tobie Theophile Nathan, Egyptian psychology educator, psychotherapist. Recipient award, City of Blois, 1993.

Background

Nathan, Tobie Theophile was born on November 10, 1948 in Cairo. Son of Joseph Nathan and Renee Israel.

Education

Master, University Paris 5, 1971. Doctor, University of Paris 5, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University Paris 10, 1983.

Career

Associate professor psychology University Paris 13. Professor psychology University Paris 8, since 1986. Chairman Distance Learning Institute University Paris 8, since 2000, chairman department psychology, 1997—2000.

Founder, president Georges Devereux Center Ethnopsychiatry.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (novels) Saraka Bo, 1993, Dieu-Dope, 1995, 613, 1999, (play) The Damnation of Freud, 1997, (books) The Devil's Sperm, 1988, Influence that Heals, 1994, Yoruba Healing, 1996, Death Seen Differently, 1999, Psychotherapies, 1998, Healing: the Virus and the Fetish, 1998, Pagan Psychoanalysis, 2000, We're Not Alone in the World, 2001.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cars, chess.

Connections

Married Nathalie Judith Zajde.

father:
Joseph Nathan

mother:
Renee Israel

spouse:
Nathalie Judith Zajde.