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jeudi, 13 avril 2006  
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Kerry and Jack Novick have recently published "Good Goodbyes -- Knowing How to End in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis" published by Aronson/Rowman Littlefield, Maryland.

This third book follows their earlier publications "Fearful Symmetry -- The Development and Treatment of Sadomasochism" (1996) and "Working With Parents Makes Therapy Work" (2005).

Jack and Kerry Novick met while they were both students of Anna Freud's at the Hampstead Clinic in London. After completing psychoanalytic training and living in London for 15 years, they made a big move with the first two of their three children to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where Jack had been offered a post as Chief Psychologist at the University of Michigan Medical School and Kerry became Lecturer in Psychoanalysis in the Department of Psychiatry. Their children are now grownup, Rebecca with her husband Jeff in San Francisco, where she has directed an experimental theater troupe for ten years, Ben with his wife Charity and toddler William finishing Yale Law School before taking up a position at Herbert Smith in London, and Anna in New York, working as a grip on major movies and television shows.

In the meantime Kerry and Jack have been teaching, writing and developing a non-profit psychoanalytic preschool in Ann Arbor -- Allen Creek Preschool. They travel often to give lectures and courses and enjoy being on the faculties of numerous psychoanalytic institutes around the US. They each have full-time private practices for children, adolescents and adults.

Kerry Kelly Novick/60 LGB – kerrynov@aol.com


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