Tracy Doris Morgan
Tracy D. Morgan is the founding Editor and Host of NBiP. A psychoanalyst in private practice in NYC for over sixteen years, seeing individuals, couples and groups, she is also a graduate of The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. Almost becoming an academic historian, studying the history of sexuality, medicine, culture and race in a PhD program, she decided that history with a petite “h” was more her metier. Steeped in modes that are decisively Modern Psychoanalytic, she has been mentored, analyzed and supervised by adherents of Spotnitz, Ormont, and Meadow. Nevertheless, she is perpetually interested in experiencing and exploring what is going on in the larger world of psychoanalytic thinking. Toward that end, she is committed to bringing a plethora of psychoanalytic ideas and a slew of new interlocutors into the public sphere, where she thinks they all very much so belong. Morgan maintains a blog, “Walking Through Life Holding Freud’s Hand” that largely comments upon on the paper of records’ treatment of things psychoanalytic and is a teaching assistant at CMPS. Finally, NBiP was the very proud winner of the prestigious NAAP Gradiva Award for New Media in 2013.
Christopher Bandini, LCSW is a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. He is a clinical social worker and a graduate of the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis. He currently teaches and supervises at several psychoanalytic institutes including Manhattan and the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapies(ICP). His current interests include comparative psychoanalytic theory, the history of the Interpersonal school and the daily challenges of contemporary practice. His article, “The Good Job: Financial Anxiety, Class Envy and Drudgery in Beginning a Private Analytic Practice” was published in Volume 42 of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Dr. Braun is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice who works with adults, children, and adolescents. He is an Assistant Attending in the Department of Psychiatry at Lenox Hill Hospital and on Faculty at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute where he is the Director of Psychological Testing. He is the Chairman of the Committee on Public Information for the American Psychoanalytic Association, and has served as the psychological consultant for George Jackson Academy and Hunter College Elementary and High School for the past six years.
Richard Brouillette is a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. Previously Richard worked with refugees and survivors of torture and war trauma, and launched and co-directed a theater project sharing survivor recollections and stories. He was staff psychotherapist in a Bronx community mental health center, and worked as a community organizer, designing and directing arts and inter-generational anti-violence and anti-poverty programs in four NYC boroughs. Richard is a candidate in adult psychoanalysis with the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. Having originally studied film and philosophy, Richard has an ongoing preoccupation with Shakespeare, Montaigne, Adam Phillips, Howard Hawks, and the essay films of Chris Marker.
Anna Fishzon is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Interdisciplinary Feminist Studies in the Women’s Studies Program at Duke University, working on the research theme “Psychoanalysis in an International Frame.” At Williams College she taught courses on European cultural history, Stalinism, the history of fashion, nineteenth-century Russian intellectual history, and the fin de siecle. Anna received a Ph.D. from Columbia University in History and a B.A. from Duke University in History and Russian. She is the author of Fandom, Authenticity, and Opera: Mad Acts and Letter Scenes in Fin-de-Siecle Russia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), as well as articles on sound recording and celebrity. Her current book projects and articles-in-progress consider late-Soviet temporality and the queerness of childhood. In Fall 2013, Anna began training at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. She moonlights as a co-host of New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies. You may find her profile on Academia.edu here.
Philip Lance, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Los Angeles. He is training to become a psychoanalyst at The Psychoanalytic Center of California. He is very interested in comparative psychoanalysis and in the science of subjectivity. He began his career as an ordained minister in the Episcopal church and founded a large educational nonprofit organization which he directed for 20 years. He can be reached at email@example.com.