#71 – Reflections of A Therapist Who Is Gay


Daniel Rosenblatt, Ph.D. has two books being published this year in Germany, Your Life is A Mess: And What To Do About It. and The Demystification of Therapy, as well as a U.S. publication of Between Men (publishers@heliotropebooks.com), a book about working with gay men. He also may have an off-Broadway production of a play, Unfinished Business, about the similarities between what happens in a therapist’s office and in his personal life. His previous books include Opening Doors: What Happens in Gestalt Therapy and The Gestalt Therapy Primer. Dr. Rosenblatt has degrees in history, sociology, and clinical psychology from Wayne State University, Columbia University and Harvard University. He has held staff or faculty positions at the Bureau of Study Counsel, Harvard University; the Russian Research Center, Harvard University; McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical Center; Bank St. College of Education; Teachers College, Columbia University; Brooklyn College, City University of New York; Downstate Medical Center; and New York University School of Social Work. He has conducted training workshops in Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.


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