K. Mark Sossin, PhD
K. Mark Sossin, PhD, is Professor of Psychology, Pace University, Director of the PhD Program in Clinical Psychology (Health Care Emphasis). He is a clinical psychologist, an adult, child, and adolescent psychoanalyst; a couples and infant/parent-psychotherapist; Training Analyst, Contemporary Freudian Society; Clinical Faculty and Supervisor, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University; co-author of books including The Meaning of Movement (Kestenberg Amighi, Loman, & Sossin, 2018); co-editor of books including Healing after Parent Loss in Childhood and Adolescence (Cohen, Sossin, & Ruth, 2014); Director of the Mind, Movement, Interaction, & Development (MMID) lab (at Pace), pursuing research in infancy, nonverbal behavior, applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP), ASD, and trauma-transmission.
Child & Adolescent Psychoanalysis - New York Freudian Society (now CFS)
Adult Psychoanalysis - New York Freudian Society (now CFS)