Anna Ornstein

Anna Ornstein – Dr. Ornstein received her medical degree in Heidelberg, Germany. She completed her psychiatric and child psychiatric training at the University of Cincinnati. Currently she is Professor Emerita of Child Psychiatry at that University and Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard University. Dr. Ornstein is a graduate of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. She is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute and a Supervising Analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute.  Dr. Ornstein has published over one hundred articles on the interpretive process in psychoanalysis, on psychoanalytic psychotherapy (many of these jointly written with Dr. Paul Ornstein), child psychopathology, the treatment of children and families, and the process of recovery following the survival of extreme conditions. In 1989, Dr. Ornstein was honored with the Distinguished Psychiatrist Lecturer Award by the American Psychiatric Association, in 1991, she received the Rosenberry Award for Dedication to the care of children, in 1996 she received the U. Of Cincinnati Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship, and in 2000 she was given Special Presidential Commendation by the American Psychiatric Association.