Jill Bellinson, Ph.D., is a member of the teaching and supervising faculty
at Adelphi's postgraduate program in child, adolescent, and family psychotherapy. Dr. Bellinson is the author of Children's Use of Board Games in Psychotherapy. She has also written numerous papers on analytic therapy. Dr. Bellinson maintains a private practice in New York City.
Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Ph.D., is both a graduate and former
faculty member of the Derner Institute's doctoral and post-doctoral programs. Currently, she lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she is clinical director of Presbyterian Samaritan Counseling Center. Dr. Frawley-O'Dea has worked with sexual abuse survivors for 25 years and has written, taught, and lectured extensively on the subject.
Her publications include: Treating the Adult Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse; Perversion of Power: Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church; Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims: The Sexual Abuse Crisis and the Catholic Church; and The Supervisory Relationship: A Psychoanalytic Perspective.
Irene Gillman, Ph.D., is a faculty member of Adelphi University's
postgraduate programs in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and psychoanalytic supervision. She is the former director of Hofstra University's Center for the Treatment of Abuse and has written several papers on domestic violence. Dr. Gillman is in private practice in Port Washington, New York.
Herbert Gingold, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Kew
Gardens. He began his practice working with elderly and disabled clients, often in their own homes. Currently, he also works in assisted living and nursing facilities and in a monastery for retired monks and missionaries. He is a graduate of Adelphi's Postgraduate Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.
Michael O'Loughlin, Ph.D., is a professor at Adelphi's Derner Institute and
in the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education. He is also on the faculty of the postgraduate program in psychodynamic school psychology at Adelphi. His writings include The Subject of Childhood and Imagining Children Otherwise: Theoretical and Critical Perspectives on Childhood Subjectivity.
His interests include intergenerational and collective trauma, and the social origins of psychosis and schizophrenia. Dr. O'Loughlin is in private practice in New Hyde Park, New York.
Estelle R.G. Rapoport, Ph.D., is the past director of the Postgraduate
Psychotherapy Center of the postgraduate programs at Adelphi's Derner Institute. She is a faculty member of Adelphi's postgraduate programs in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and psychoanalytic supervision. Dr. Rapoport is a coauthor of The Therapist's Pregnancy: Intrusion in the Analytic Space. She has presented papers at conferences on the intergenerational transmission of trauma in the families of Holocaust survivors. Dr. Rapoport maintains a private practice in Roslyn Heights, New York.
Kate Szymanski, Ph.D., is associate professor at Adelphi's Derner
Institute. She is interested in acute and chronic trauma and she studies the
mechanisms behind resilience and posttraumatic growth. She is currently
developing group therapy treatment programs for traumatized adolescents.
Dr. Szymanski maintains a private practice in Garden City, New York. She specializes in work with victims of trauma.
Michael D. Zentman, Ph.D., is the founder and director of Adelphi's
postgraduate program in marriage and couple therapy. He is also a faculty member at Adelphi's postgraduate program in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy and at the Training Institute for Mental Health in New York City. Dr. Zentman's interests include marital treatment with couples who have had severe and persistent problems, family therapy with adults and their parents, and family business consultation. Dr. Zentman is in private practice in Centerport, Long Island, and in New York City.