Arnold Goldberg

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Arnold Goldberg (born 1929) is the Cynthia Oudejans Harris Professor of Psychiatry at the Rush Medical School, Chicago, and a supervising and training analyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, where he did his psychoanalytic training.

He is the author of Moral Stealth: How "Correct Behavior" Insinuates Itself into Psychotherapeutic Practice (2007), Misunderstanding Freud (2004), Being of Two Minds: The Vertical Split in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (1999), The Problem of Perversion: The View from Self Psychology (1995), A Fresh Look at Psychoanalysis: The View From Self Psychology (1992), The Prisonhouse of Psychoanalysis (1990); (with John Gedo) Models of the Mind: A Psychoanalytic Theory (1976). He is also the editor of the annual series, Progress in Self-Psychology, now in its 24th year.

Many of his publications 'centered on the evolution and development of self psychology. Dr Goldberg has been a major contributor to the expansion of Kohut's contributions'.[1]

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  1. ^ Arnold M. Cooper, Contemporary Psychoanalysis in America (2006) p. 206

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