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Hilli Dagony-Clark, Psy.d., FABP

Professional Positions

  • Board Member, American Board of Psychoanalysis 2022-present
  • Private Practice, Psychologist 2006-present
  • Licensed clinical Psychologist.  St. Dominic's Home  2004-2008
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist.  Carnegie Center for Substance Abuse Treatment  2004-2006
  • Group Home Residential Counselor.  Potomac Ridge Behavioral Health  2001-2002

Academic Appointments

    • Faculty Chair, New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute

    Professional Memberships

    • American Psychoanalytic Association

    • New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute

    • International Psychoanalytic Association

    Honors & Awards

    • Honorable Mention, The Jonathan Feshbach Research Award, for Object Constancy and Affect Regulation: A Comparative Study (awarded by the Washington Professionals for the Study of Psychoanalysis, an official chapter of the Division of Psychoanalysis [39] of the American Psychological Association), 2003

    • Completion of Psy.D. Assessment Comprehensive Exam with Distinction, 2002

    • Merit based award given by George Washington Psy.D. Program, 2000-2002

    • Member of Phi Beta Kappa National Honors Society, 2000-present

    • The Stimpson-Duvall Fellowship, 2000

    • The Ruth Wylei Prize in Psychology, 2000

    • President of Psi Chi National Honorary Society, Goucher College Chapter, 1999 - 2000


      • 2021: Certified in Adult Psychoanalysis.  The American Board of Psychoanalysis

      Organizational Appointments

      New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute

      • Chair, Academic and Professional Relations Committee  (present)
      • Committee on Racial Consciousness and the Diversities (present)
      • Voting Member of the Board of Directors   (present)
      • President of the Candidates Organization (past)
      • Member of the Program Committee (past)
      • Chair, Parent Group (past)

      American Psychoanalytic Association

      Present Positions

      • Social Issues Department Co-Chair

      • Co-Chair, The Psychodynamics of and Psychological Impact Present of Misogyny Discussion Group

      • Chair, On Being Supervised Ongoing Discussion Group

      Past Positions
      • Internal Affairs Chair of the Past Committee on Women and Girls

      • Co-Chair of Internal Affairs of Past the Committee on Women and Girls

      • President, Candidates’ Council

      • President Elect, Candidates’ Council

      • Program Chair of the Candidate’s Council

      • Candidate Delegate of Candidate’s Council

      • Chair, “Coffee with Distinguished Analyst” Discussion Group

      • Associated Editor, The international Journal of Psychoanalysis Past Co-Chair, Gender Identity Ongoing Discussion Group

      • Committee on New Training Facilities member (with CNTF)

      • Committee on New Training Facilities member

      Papers & Presentations

      • Dagony-Clark, H. (2007, Spring/Summer). Flourishing Child Analytic Therapy in the South Bronx. The American Psychoanalyst, 41, (2), P. 16.
      • Braun, W., Dagony-Clark, H. Candidates’ Interview with Charles Brenner (2006-2007, Fall/Winter). The New York Psychoanalyst.
      • Dagony-Clark, H. (2004). [Review of the Presentation, “Deceptively Simple and Simply Deceptive; Shame and Deceit.” Paper presented at the 2003 scientific meetings of The American Institute of Psychoanalysis]. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 64, (2) 210 – 213.
      • Dagony-Clark, H. (2009, Spring/Summer). The Importance of Becoming Involved: Finding a Home and A Future in Psychoanalysis. The American Psychoanalyst, 43, (2), P. 29.
      • Ellman, P., Margarita, C., Dagony-Clark, H. (Fall, 2021). The Intersection of Gender, Sexuality, and our Current Crises. The American Psychoanalyst, 55, (3), P. 14.

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