Beebe Ph.D. is Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology (in
Psychiatry), College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia
University, New York State Psychiatric Institute; faculty at
the Columbia Psychoanalytic Center, the Institute for the Psychoanalytic
Study of Subjectivity, and the N.Y.U. Postdoctoral Program in
Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; co-author with Jaffe et al
of Rhythms of Dialogue in Infancy (Blackwell Publishing, 2001),
author with Lachmann of Infant Research and Adult Treatment:
Co-Constructing Interactions (Analytic Press, 2002), and author
with Knoblauch, Rustin and Sorter of Forms of Intersubjectivity
in Infant Research and Adult Treatment (Other Press, 2005).
She is in private practice in New York City, specializing in
adult psychoanalysis and mother-infant treatment. Currently
she directs a primary prevention program for mothers who were
pregnant and widowed on 9-11.
Jaffe, M.D. is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry (in Neurological
Surgery), Columbia University and Chief, Department of Communication
Sciences, New York State Psychiatric Institute. He is a basic
behavioral researcher in infant and adult communication. Jaffe
and Beebe published Rhythms of Dialogue in Infancy in the Monograph
Series of the Society for Research in Child Development (Jaffe,
Beebe, Feldstein, Crown, & Jasnow, 2001), predicting cognitive
development and attachment security at one year from degrees
of vocal rhythm coordination at 4 months, in mother-infant and
stranger-infant face-to-face interactions.
Ashley Hane, PhD.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Williams College
Miriam Steele, PhD
Director of Graduate Studies
The New School for Social Research
Demetri Friedman, Ph.D.
President, Director of Neuropsychology
Assistant Adjunct Professor, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Executive Director, Riverdale Mental Health Association,