Jerome M. Grunes

Jerome M. Grunes received his BA from Brooklyn College, his MA in Psychology from Columbia University, and his MD from State University of New York Medical College. He completed his internship at Boston City Hospital, his psychiatric residency at Michael Reese Hospital, and received his Psychoanalytic Certificate from the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He was the Director of Residency Training at Chicago State Hospital from 1956-1958, the Director of Psychiatric Services at Drexel Home for the Aged (1954-1981), and Psychiatric Consultant at United Charities of Metropolitan Chicago, Aged Division, and the Council for the Jewish Elderly. He was also a Senior Attending Psychiatrist at Michael Reese Hospital, Attending Psychiatrist at Evanston Hospital, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Northwestern University Medical School and is on faculty at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. He is a Life Member of the American Psychiatric Association, Fellow of the American College of Psychoanalysis, Past President of the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society and a member of the American Psychoanalytic Association, the IPA, and the American Gerontological Association. A pioneer in the field of gerontology and using psychoanalysis in the treatment of older adults, he has written numerous publications. He currently maintains his clinical psychoanalytic practice and lives with his wife in Chicago, Illinois.

What Shakespeare Teaches Us About Psychoanalysis: A Local Habitation and a Name

What Shakespeare Teaches Us About Psychoanalysis: A Local Habitation and a Name

by Dorothy T. Grunes, Jerome M. Grunes

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Using Shakespeare's work to expand our understanding of what it is to be human, this book of applied psychoanalysis furthers the study of Shakespeare, literary theory, dramatic arts, and... (more)

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