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Kestenberg, J.S. (1991). Dr Judith S. Kestenberg talks to Kristina Stanton. Free Associations, 2(2):157-174.

(1991). Free Associations, 2(2):157-174

Interview

Dr Judith S. Kestenberg talks to Kristina Stanton

Judith S. Kestenberg

Dr Kestenberg is a clinical professor of psychiatry at New York University. She was a supervising and training analyst for adults and children at New York University and is on the psychiatric staff of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY. Dr Kestenberg is one of the original founders and organizers of Child Development Research (CDR) which sponsors three projects: ‘The Sidney L. Green Pre-Natal Project’, the ‘Center for Parents and Children’ in Roslyn Heights, NY, and the ‘Jerome Riker International Study of Organized Persecution of Children’ of which she is the Project Director. She is also the founder of the Group for the ‘Psychoanalytic Study of the Effect of the Holocaust on the Second Generation’.

The Center is devoted to the prevention of emotional disorders. One of the original contributions of the CDR research team is the creation of a movement profile from which a psychological assessment can be made. On the basis of movement observations and movement profiles, the Center's staff designs training programmes for individuals and groups. The Center serves as an internship site for dance and art therapists. It is also interested in music therapy students. There are several grandchildren of survivors in the Center.

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