by Nathan M. Szajnberg, M.D.
Since 2005, I have been honored to hold the position as Wallerstein Research Fellow of SFCP. I was particularly honored to follow Enrico Jones. My focus has been on developmental outcome from infancy through young adulthood and the nature of attachment. In addition to empirical studies (emphasized by the Wallerstein Committee), I have also written papers on psychoanalytic process, on Caravaggio, and psychosomatic illnesses in children and attachment, among other papers. The Wallerstein also permitted me to serve as the Freud Professor at the Hebrew University, following Sandler, Solnit, Blatt and others.