Steven Wein

Associate Dean for Child Analysis and Supervisor for Child and Adolescent Analysis, New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute

Steven J. Wein is Associate Dean for Child Analysis, Training and Supervising Analyst, and Supervisor for Child and Adolescent Analysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (NYPSI), as well as a member of the Center for Advanced Psychoanalytic Studies. He has been in practice for over thirty years, with patients ranging from toddlers to octogenarians.  In 1981, Wein co-authored  “The Assessment of Qualitative and Structural Dimensions of Object Relations,” the Object Relations Inventory, with the late Sidney Blatt, which has become a standard tool in psychoanalytic research. After completing his MD and psychiatric and psychoanalytic training, Dr. Wein devoted himself to clinical practice, research, and teaching. He participated for twenty years in a multidisciplinary study group on learning disabilities. In 2008, the NYPSI presented him with the Charles Brenner Teaching Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychoanalytic Education.

Participant In:

The Mind of a Child

Saturday, April 18, 2015
2:30-4:30 pm

Past Event

How does a one-year-old understand the world? A three-year-old? A five-year-old? How does the mental functioning of very young children differ from that of older children and of adults? Recognizing the ways in which children conceptualize the world, remember their experiences, and modulate emotions is crucial in providing both normally developing children and children with… read more »