Gary Grossman, PhD

Title(s)Clinical Professor, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
AddressLocation Required, #001
Varies CA 00000
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    San Francisco Center for PsychoanalysisTraining & Supervising Analyst2016
    American Psychoanalytic AssociationCertified in Adult Psychoanalysis2015
    San Francisco Center for PsychoanalysisAdult Psychoanalysis2002
    California School of Professional PsychologyPh.D. Clinical Psychology1988
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    Saint Louis Psychoanalytic Institute2015Paul A. Dewald Lecturer

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    1. Annual of Psychoanalysis. Queering psychoanalysis. 2002; 30:287-299. Grossman, G.
    2. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Contemporary views of bisexuality in clinical work. 2001; 49:1361-1377. Grossman, G.
    3. In P. Cato & T. Mann (Eds). Handbook of diversity issues in health psychology. Psychotherapy with HIV-infected gay men. 1996; 237-260. Grossman, G.
    4. Fort Da: The Journal of the Northern California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology. Psychoanalytic perspectives on normal development in gay men. 1996; 2:6-11. Grossman, G.