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Christine Anzieu-Premmereur received her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Paris University in 1976, and was graduated as an Adult and Child Psychiatrist at Paris Medical School in 1986. She was trained as an Adult and Child Psychoanalyst at the Institut de Psychanalyse de Paris and graduated in 1998.
She moved to New York in August 2000 where she has a private practice as an adult and child psychoanalyst. She is the director of the Parent-Infant Program at the Columbia Psychoanalytic Institute. She is member at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, and co director of the Pacella Child Center. She is member and Faculty at The New York Psychoanalytic Institute and The Psychoanalytic Association of New York and Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU School of Medicine.
In Coates SW, Schechter DS, First E, Anzieu-Premmereur C, Steinberg Z, Hamilton V: Reflexions sur l’intervention de crise aupres des Enfants de New York après l’explosion du World Trade Center, Revue Psychotherapies, Paris, 2002, 22, 3, 143-152. (Thoughts on Crisis Intervention with New York City Children After the World Trade Center Bombing)
C.Anzieu-Premmereur, M.Cornillot. Pratiques psychanalytiques avec les bébés.
Dunod Paris. 2003. Psychoanalytic treatments in babies and their parents.
Trauma and Attachment Disorders in Three Female Generations. 2004.
JICAP, 3(4): 480-485.
In Lila Kalinich and Stuart Taylor, The Dead Father, a Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Routledge, New York, 2009. The dead father figure and the symbolization process, p.133-144.
The Development of a Sense of Humor in Young Children during Psychoanalysis. 2009. JICAP, In Press.