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overview I have been a psychiatric educator for almost 40 years. Trained at the University of Chicago, I remained on the faculty teaching phenomenology, patient interviewing and psychodynamic psychotherapy. From 1988 to 2000 I served as inpatient unit director and later as Director of Residency Training at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston. In 2000 I moved to Norwich, England as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the National Health Service, ultimately taking over as Lead Clinician for the City of Norwich, redesigning the delivery of mental health services for 175,000 adults, and teaching in a new medical school at the University of East Anglia. In 2003 I returned to the University of Chicago, where in 2006 I took over as Director of Residency Training and Education Mission Director (and later, Vice Chair for Education and Academic Affairs) overseeing resident and medical student education, a psychology internship program, and fellowships in child and CL psychiatry, as well as faculty development and promotion. Among many professional activities, I have served as President of the Association for Academic Psychiatry, chaired the Committee on Women and the Course Subcommittee of the Scientific Program Committee for the APA, served the ABPN on question-writing committees and as an examiner, and participated in the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry. I teach courses in phenomenology, psychodynamic psychotherapy, residents as teachers, and psychiatric ethics, and serve as faculty in the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics. My major clinical interests are psychodynamic psychotherapy, mood disorders, and women's mental health.
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