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In this episode, we welcome Therese Rosenblatt, Ph.D., psychologist, psychoanalyst, and author in private practice in New York. We chat about her new book, How Are You? Connection in a Virtual Age, published by Rosetta Books, on adapting to the ‘new’ normal, including transitioning back into the larger community. In addition to transitioning out of the pandemic, we chat about:
• How quarantine has changed relationships with family and friends,
• The effects of loneliness and isolation
• Finding meaning and guidance during this time of crisis
• How all-virtual communication has changed the nature of communication
• And, what she has learned as a therapist during the pandemic
More about our Guest: Therese Rosenblatt, Ph.D., is on the Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy faculty and is Adjunct Clinical Supervisor at Yeshiva University and Pace University in New York. She also writes and presents about various topics in Psychology.
Since the pandemic, she has been running workshops and speaking on the subject of life challenges and emotional health during the pandemic, plus the changing needs of virtual therapy practice. Recent publications include ‘The Analyst’s Illness From the Perspectives of Analyst and Patient,’ a chapter in What Happens When the Analyst Dies: Unexpected Terminations in Psychoanalysis, published by Routledge, July 2019; and The Voice of the Analyst: Narratives on Developing a Psychoanalytic Identity, co-edited and authored with Linda Hillman, published by Routledge in September 2017. And, her latest book can be found online: How Are You? Connection in a Virtual Age.
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