Fred Sander

Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Department of Psychiatry

Fred Sander has been teaching and practicing psychoanalysis and family therapy since graduating from Albert Einstein Medical School in 1963. He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Weill Cornell Department of Psychiatry and on the faculty of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute Psychotherapy Program. A charter member of the American Academy of Family Therapy, he is the author of Individual and Family Therapy: Toward an Integration, and editor of Created in Our Own Images. He and his wife will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary later this year.

Participant In:

Love, the Interrogative

Saturday, February 23rd
2:30 - 4:30PM

Past Event

In one of his novels, Milan Kundera suggested that “love is a continual interrogation.” What is this thing called love? Is it, as Shakespeare might have it, “the star to every wandering bark”? Or, in Bronzino’s words, “always a fountain and a vase of tears”? Can love be considered a single emotion? A complex of… read more »