Richard Honig, Md, FABP
Currently I am in the full time private practice of adult and child psychiatry and adult psychoanalysis in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Prior to migrating to the Berkshires nine years ago, I spent 42 years in Cincinnati, Ohio where I received psychoanalytic training at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute and then served on the faculty, eventually as a Training and Supervising Analyst. During this time, my many educational and administrative responsibilities included serving as Director of Outreach, Dean, and Co-Director. During this time I also served APSA as a member of BOPS and the COI. I also served on the editorial board and book review editorial section of JAPA.
Since moving to the Berkshires I have been on the faculty of The Berkshire Psychoanalytic Institute where I am a TA/SA, teach, and chair the Progression Committee. I am also a geographical rule TA/SA at the Western New England Psychoanalytic Institute. Prior to my move, I served on the Board of Directors of Austen Riggs where I am now an associate member of the teaching faculty.
Over the years, my research interests have included assessing the long term effects of trauma on children and adolescents resulting from natural disasters as well as investigating the organizational functioning of psychoanalytic institutes during times of unusual stress.
I was honored to be invited to join the ABPsa Board. I view the work of ABPsa as crucial to the maintenance of professional standards for our discipline.
Papers & Book Reviews
Berkshire Psychoanalytic Institute
Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute
Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis
American Psychoanalytic Association (2002-present)
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