Rochelle G.K. Kainer, Ph.D
3622 Ordway Street, Northwest
Washington, D. C. 20016
I am an analytic psychologist who lectures, writes, and is in private practice and on the senior teaching and supervisory faculty of the Washington School of Psychiatry in Washington, D.C.
My work is on the clinical and creative aspects of projection and identification and the nature of the creative will. During the period, March through May, 2004, I shall be holding a seminar for students (most likely from the area of social work) at the University of St. Petersburg based on my book, The Collapse of the Self and Its Therapeutic Restoration. For those students particularly interested in art, the artist, and the effect of history on the artist, I shall also research and lecture on the creative will of Kasimir Malevich, using material from the collection of the State Museum in St. Petersburg.
I will be accompanied by my husband, Selig Kainer, a physicist and a writer.