Phillida B. Rosnick, Ph.D.
I received my Ph.D.in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. Internship and Fellowship at New York Hospital, Westchester Division. Became Assistant Professor of Psychology at Cornell University Medical Hospital in White Plains, N.Y. and Coordinator for Psychology in the Outpatient Department and Day Hospital. In 1986 went into full time private practice in New York City and completed my training in psychoanalysis at the then named New York Freudian Society in 1991. I supervised at MITPP, and the doctoral clinical psychology program at City University. From 2004 to 2010 I was the Director of the Training Institute of the New York Freudian Society, and have served on several committees as well as on the Board of Directors. In 2003 I became a Training and Supervising Analyst at what is now called The Contemporary Freudian Society, formerly NY Freudian Society. In 2016 I became a Guest Member of the British Psychoanalytical Association. I teach candidates and members of psychoanalytic societies in the New York City metropolitan area on clinical listening and technique.
Contemporary Freudian Society, Training and Supervising Analyst
British Psychoanalytical Society, Guest Member