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J. Drescher, MD


Date of preparation of CV: June 3, 2017
Personal data:

Name: Jack Drescher

Address: 440 West 24 Street, Suite 1A

New York, NY 10011

Telephone: 212-645-2232

Fax: 212-633-8381

E-mail: jackdreschermd@gmail.com

Birthplace: New York, NY, USA



Citizenship: USA
Academic Appointments, Hospital Appointments, and Other Work Experience:

Academic Appointments

  • 2017 (July 1): Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons

  • 2017 (July1): Faculty Member, Columbia Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research

  • 2017 (July1): Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

  • 2014-2017: Clinical Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

  • 2014-Present: Adjunct Professor, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York, NY

  • 2009-2014: Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

  • 2006-2009: Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

  • 2006-2014: Adjunct Assistant Professor, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York, NY

  • 1987-2009: Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY-Downstate, Brooklyn, NY

  • 1984-1987: Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Dept. of Psychiatry, SUNY-Downstate, Brooklyn, NY

Hospital Appointments

  • 2004-2008: Associate Attending Psychiatrist, St. Luke’s—Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, NY

  • 1984-1993: Attending Psychiatrist, Dept. of Psychiatry, State University Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

Other

  • 1985-Present: Private Practice of Psychiatry (Part-time, 1985-1993; Full-time, 1993-Present)


Education

  • 1978-1980: MD, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI

  • 1973-1978: Università degli Studi di Padova, Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia (transfer, no degree), Padova (Padua), Italy

  • 1968-1972: BA, Biology, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY


Training

  • 9/88-6/92: Candidate in Psychoanalysis, William Alanson White Institute, New York, NY

  • 7/83-6/84: Chief Resident in Psychiatry, SUNY-Downstate, Brooklyn, NY

  • 7/81-6/83: Residency in Psychiatry, SUNY-Downstate, Brooklyn, NY

  • 7/80-6/81 Internship in Psychiatry, St. Vincent’s Hospital & Medical Center, New York, NY


Licensure and Board Certification

Licensure

  • 1988: Certificate in Psychoanalysis, William A. White Institute, NY, NY

  • 1984: Drug Enforcement Administration # AD2685076

  • 1981, New York State Medical License # 147095

  • 1981: Diploma, National Board of Medical Examiners


Board Qualification

  • 2016: Fellow in Adult Psychoanalysis, American Board of Psychoanalysis

  • 1985: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Certificate in Psychiatry (#27330)


Honors and Awards

  • 2016: Certificate of Excellence, Faculty Author with Highest 2015 Altmetric Score for article, “Out of DSM: Depathologizing Homosexuality,” Behavioral Sciences, 5(4):565-575, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, September 20

  • 2016: Albert M. Biele Visiting Professor in Psychiatry, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, April 27

  • 2016: Elevation to Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association, May

  • 2016: Elevation to Fellow, American College of Psychiatrists, February

  • 2015: Elevation to Senior Fellow, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry

  • 2014: Commencement Speaker, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC, June 20

  • 2014: Health Professional Book Award (The LGBT Casebook, Co-Editor), Society of Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR)

  • 2013: Harry Stack Sullivan Award Lecturer, Sheppard-Pratt, Baltimore, MD, March 6

  • 2012: Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP-WEB—an international psychoanalytic journal data base), PEP Author Prize for top downloads of 2011

  • 2009: Certificate of Appreciation, Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses, Division 44 of the American Psychological Association

  • 2009: Distinguished Psychiatrist Lecturer, American Psychiatric Association, May 19

  • 2009: Special Presidential Commendation, American Psychiatric Association, May 18

  • 2009: President-Elect, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry

  • 2008: Nominee, Gradiva Award, for a published journal article that advances psychoanalysis, National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis

  • 2006: American Psychiatric Association’s Second Annual Irma Bland Award for Excellence in Teaching Residents as a voluntary faculty member at St. Luke’s—Roosevelt Hospital

  • 2005: Nominated as one of two candidates for President-Elect of the American Psychiatric Association (38,000 members)

  • 2004: Myer D. Mendelson, MD, Award (for outstanding contributions to psychiatry and psychoanalysis), William A. White Institute, New York, NY

  • 2004: James Paulsen Service Award (for service to the organization), Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists

  • 2003: Elevation to Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association

  • 2002: Co-Editor, Best Book on Gay, Lesbian and/or Bisexual Psychology (Sexual Conversion Therapy: Ethical, Clinical and Research Perspectives), Division 44 of the American Psychological Association

  • 2001: Certificate of Appreciation, American Red Cross, “In recognition of valuable service in response to the events of September 11, 2001”

  • 2000: Elected President, New York County District Branch, American Psychiatric Association (Largest DB in the US with almost 2,000 members)

  • 1997: Award for Excellence in Communication, William Alanson White Society, New York, NY

  • 1995: Elected Member, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (Committee on Human Sexuality)

  • 1994: Elevation to Fellowship, American Psychiatric Association

  • 1993: Lawrence W. Kaufman Award (For an original paper by a graduating candidate) William A. White Psychoanalytic Institute


Academic Service

Local

  • 2012-2016: Member, Curriculum Committee, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

  • 2010-2016: Member, Training (Progression) Committee, William A. White Institute

  • 2006-2007: Chair, Scientific Colloquia Committee, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

  • 2004-2010: Member, Board of Directors, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), City University of New York

  • 2001-2011: Elected Member, Council of Fellows, William A. White Institute (Re-elected, 2006)

  • 1995-1997: Member, Publications Committee, William Alanson White Institute, New York, NY

  • 1992-1994: Member, Curriculum Committee, Bisexual, Lesbian and Gay Psychiatry Fellowship, NYU-Bellevue Medical Center, New York, NY

  • 1989-1992: Department of Psychiatry Representative, Utilization Review Committee, SUNY-Downstate

  • 1986-1995: Member, Committee on AIDS, New York County District Branch, American Psychiatric Association

  • 1985-1989: Department of Psychiatry Representative, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, SUNY-Downstate

  • 1983-1984: Member, Training Committee, SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

  • 1982-1984: Member, Clinical Care Committee, Kings County Psychiatric Hospital, Brooklyn, NY


National

  • 2015-Present: Member, Committee on Scientific Programs, American College of Psychiatrists

  • 2007-2013: Member, DSM-5 Workgroup for Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders (GID Subcommittee), American Psychiatric Association

  • 2007-2008: Member, Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Response to Sexual Orientation, American Psychological Association

  • 2005-2008: Member, Board of Trustees, Accreditation Council for Psychoanalytic Education

  • 2001-2005: Member, Publications Committee, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry

  • 1995-2003: Member, Committee on Human Sexuality, (Chair, 1998-2003), Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry


International

  • 2014-2017: Member, Honorary Scientific Committee, Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual, Second Edition Revision (PDM-2)

  • 2011-Present: Member, Working Group on the Classification of Sexual Disorders and Sexual Health, World Health Organization (ICD Revision Process)


Professional Organizations and Societies

Membership and Positions

Local

  • 2007-Present: Member, Psychoanalytic Society of the [NYU] Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

    • 2007-2009: Member, Scientific Colloquia Committee, Chair, 2007-2008

  • 2001-2016: Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine (by invitation)

  • 1995-2010: Member, New York County Medical Society

  • 1992-Present: Member, William Alanson White Psychoanalytic Society

    • 2003-2008: Member, Task Force on Ethics

    • 2003-2007: Member, Institute Finance Committee

    • 2001-2011: Elected Member, Council of Fellows (elected to two five-year terms to Institute’s Policy-making body)

    • 1995-2007: Member, Committee on Psychiatric Issues, Chair, 1995-1996

    • 1994-2000: Member, Policy and Planning Committee, Chair, 1998-2000

  • 1984-Present: Member, New York County Psychiatric Society (formerly New York County District Branch of APA).

    • 2001-2014: Newsletter Editor, Co-Editor, 2007-2014

    • 2000-2001: President

    • 1998-2004: Chair, Task Force on the DB Constitution (rewriting of DB bylaws)

    • 1995-1999: Secretary (two elected terms)

    • 1995-2000: Member, Committee on Ethics

    • 1986-1995: Member, Committee on AIDS

    • 1984-1995: Committee on Gay and Lesbian Issues, Member, 1984-1987, Chair, 1987-1994, Co-Chair, 1994-1995


Regional

  • 1995-2010: Member, New York State Medical Society

  • 1984-Present: New York State Psychiatric Association

    • Professions Bill Workgroup, Chair, 2004-2005 (addressing licensure of four new mental health professionals by NYS legislature)

    • Associate Editor, The Bulletin (Newsletter of the New York State Psychiatric Society), 1996-1998


National

  • 2015-Present: Member, American Psychoanalytic Association

    • 2015-Present: Member, Committee on Public Information

  • 1998-Present: Member (by invitation), The American College of Psychiatrists (Fellow since 2016)

    • 2015-Present: Member, Committee on Scientific Programs

  • 1995-Present, Member (by invitation) Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (Fellow since 2015)

    • 2011-2013: President

    • 2007-Present: Member, Finance Committee, Chair, 2009-2011

    • 2006-Present: Board of Directors, Chair, 2011-2013

    • 2003-Present: Member, Committee on LGBT Issues

    • Member, Publications Committee, 2001-2005

    • 1998-Present: Member, Steering Committee

    • 1995-1998: Member, Committee on Human Sexuality, Chair, 1998-2003

  • 1995-2015: Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

  • 1989-2016: Psychoanalytic Fellow, American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry

    • 1998-1999: Member, Membership Committee

    • 1997-2000: Elected Trustee

    • 1995-1998: Member, Electoral Commission

  • 1987-Present: Member, AGLP (formerly Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists)

    • 1999-2001: Elected Deputy Representative to the American Psychiatric Association Assembly

    • 1997-2007: Journal Editor (Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health, formerly Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy)

  • 1984-Present: American Psychiatric Association (presently Distinguished Life Fellow)

    • 2015-Present: Consultant, Council on Communications

    • 2014-Present: Member, Committee on Advocacy and Litigation Funding, Chair, 2014-2015

    • 2007-2013: Member, DSM-5 Workgroup, Sexual & Gender Identity Disorders (GID Subcommittee)

    • 2007-2009: Consultant, Committee on Public Affairs

    • 2002-2006: Member, Council on Minority Mental Health and Health Disparities

    • 2000-2006: Chair, Committee on Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Concerns

    • 1999-2000: Member, Committee on the Abuse of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists

  • 1980-Present: Member, American Medical Association


International

  • 2015-Present: Member (by invitation), Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration

  • 2015-Present: Member, International Psychoanalytical Association

  • 2005-2015: Member, International Association of Relational Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists

  • 2003-Present: Member (by invitation), International Academy of Sex Research

  • 2003-Present: Member (by invitation), The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

  • 1992-Present: Member, International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies


Consultative

  • 2014-2017: Member, Honorary Scientific Committee, Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual, Second Edition Revision (PDM-2)

  • 2013-Present: Honorary member (by invitation), Società Italiana di Psicoterapia per lo Studio delle Identità Sessuali (Italian Society of Psychotherapy for the Study of Sexual Identity)

  • 2011-Present: Member, Working Group on the Classification of Sexual Disorders and Sexual Health (World Health Organization’s ICD Revision Process)

  • 2008-Present: Member, Advisory Board, National LGBT Cancer Network

  • 2007-2009: Member, American Psychological Association Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Orientation

  • 2004-2009: Member, President’s Advisory Council, New York Disaster Counseling Coalition (NYDCC)



Journal Reviewer

  • 2016: American Journal of Psychiatry

  • 2016: Nature Reviews Urology

  • 2013: Psychodynamic Practice

  • 2010: Academic Psychiatry

  • 2010-2012: Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane

  • 1995, 2006: Psychoanalytic Psychology

  • 1996, 2000: Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association

  • 1996: American Journal of Psychoanalysis


Editorial Boards

  • 2015-Present: Transgender Health

  • 2013-Present: Associate Editor, Archives of Sexual Behavior

  • 2012-Present: Journal of LGBT Health. Associate Editor, 2012-2015, Senior Editor, 2015-Present

  • 2007-2016: Contemporary Psychoanalysis

  • 2005: Guest Editor, Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality

  • 2003-Present: Journal of GLBT Family Studies

  • 1998-Present: Studies in Gender and Sexuality

  • 1996-Present: Journal of Homosexuality, Invited Guest Editor, 2011-2012

  • 1995-1997: Gender and Psychoanalysis

  • 1992-Present: Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health (formerly Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy), Editor-in Chief, 1997-2007; Emeritus Editor, 2008-Present



Educational Contributions

Direct Teaching/Precepting/Supervising

  • 2017: Staff Training, “Working with LGBT Patients,” Paradigm Malibu Adolescent Treatment Center (3 hours, 25 staff members: psychologists, family therapists, counselors), Malibu, CA, March 17

  • 2017: Course Taught: “Psychoanalysis, Gender and Sexuality in the 21st Century,” NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (8 weeks, 1 1/2 hours/week, 9 students: psychoanalytic candidates, psychiatrists, post-doctoral psychologists), New York, NY

  • 2016: Homosexuality and Psychoanalysis: From the Preoedipal to the Postmodern, Colloquium Speaker (60 students, 1½ hour lecture), Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, City University of New York, New York, NY, May 19

  • 2016: Clinical Case Conference and Paper Discussion with Visiting Professor (40 residents and medical students, 1½ hour including direct interview of patient and discussion of case), Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, April 27

  • 2016 Resident Discussion of academic paper with Visiting Professor (40 residents, one hour), Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, April 27

  • 2016: Medical Student Discussion with Visiting Professor (50 students, one hour) of history of psychiatric diagnosis of sexual minorities, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, April 27

  • 2016: Ethical Issues in Treating LGBT Patients, NY MedTalks, New York Medical College Student group, (200 students, one-hour lecture) Valhalla, NY, April 8

  • 2015: Out of DSM: Depathologizing Homosexuality, PsychSIGN (Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network attending annual meeting of APA, 50 medical students, one-hour lecture), Toronto, ON, May 15.

  • 2015: “From Bisexuality to Intersexuality,” Spring Intensive Course: Clinical & Theoretical Considerations in Work with LGBTQ Individuals (35 mental health professionals, 1½ hour course), William Alanson White Institute, New York, NY, May 8

  • 2014: “Improving Health Care for LGBT Populations.” (via videoconference), Center for Public Service Psychiatry Fellowship, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, May 29.2013:

  • 2013: Master Course on “Treating the LGBT Patient” (50 mental health professionals, 3-hour CME course), Annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, CA, May 18

  • 2013: Resident Case Conference (30-40 Residents, 1 hour case conference following Departmental Grand Rounds), Tufts-Boston Medical Center, Boston MA, April 26

  • 2013: Resident Case Conference (40 residents, 1½ hour case conference following departmental Grand Rounds), Wright State Health Care System, Dayton, OH, March 19

  • 2013: Invited Guest Lecturer, LGBT Committee of the Department of Psychiatry and Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College (40-50 Residents and Medical Students, one hour lecture), March 15

  • 2011: Invited Guest Lecturer: “Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Gay Patients.” Course on Topics in Gender and Sexuality (10 second and third year psychoanalytic candidates, one 2-hour class), New York Psychoanalytic Institute, November 21

  • 2011-Present: Clinical Supervisor, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (psychoanalytic supervision of Institute candidates on a continuous case for at least once a week for 40 weeks)

  • 2011: Invited Guest Lecturer, LGBT Committee of the Department of Psychiatry and Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College (40-50 Residents and Medical Students, one hour lecture)

  • 2011: Queer Diagnoses: Homosexuality, Gender Variance and the DSM, Colloquium Speaker, Psychology Club (200 students, 1½ hour lecture), Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, October 52008: The Practice of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Gay Patients, Colloquium Speaker (150 students, 1½ hour lecture), Adelphi University, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Garden City, NY, March 19

  • 2010: Course Taught: “Bending Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalytic Approaches to LGBT Patients,” NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (8 weeks, 1 1/2 hours/week, 7 students: psychoanalytic candidates, post-doctoral psychologists)

  • 2007-2011: Course Taught: “Current Theories of Gender and Sexuality,” William Alanson White Institute, New York, NY (10 weeks, 1 1/2 hours/week, Required Course for Third Year Candidates, 8-12 psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and social workers)

  • 2006-2010: Course Taught: “Bending Psychoanalysis,” NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (6 weeks, 2 hours/week, 10 students: psychoanalytic candidates, post-doctoral psychologists)

  • 2006-2008: Invited Guest Lecturer: Human Sexuality Course, Department of Psychiatry, St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan, New York, NY (PGY-II residents, one-hour class per year)

  • 2006-2008: Class Taught: Homosexuality and Psychoanalysis, Department of Psychiatry, St. Luke’s—Roosevelt Medical Center, New York, NY (PGY-II residents, one-hour class per year)

  • 2003-2008: Individual Psychotherapy Supervisor (PG-III and IV residents one hour weekly supervision on continuing case), Department of Psychiatry, St. Luke’s—Roosevelt Medical Center, New York, NY

  • 2002-2005: Course Taught: “Basic Psychoanalysis,” Organization Program, William A. White Institute (two-day weekend seminar, 4-10 students: mental health professionals, human resources professionals and organizational consultants)

  • 2001-Present: Training Analyst, William A. White Institute (didactic analyses of candidates, three times a week, sometimes over course of several years)

  • 2000: Ongoing Clinical Case Seminar on Gender and Sexuality, Derner Institute Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (10 students, ten one hour meetings), Adelphi University, Spring semester

  • 2000: Part-Time Faculty Member, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY; Course Taught: “Clinical Case Seminar on Gender and Sexuality” (ten week seminar, 1 1/2 hours/week, 8 students, doctoral program in clinical psychology)

  • 1999: Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man, Colloquium Speaker, Derner Institute Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (150 students, one hour lecture), Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, March 10

  • 1999-Present: Supervising Analyst, William A. White Institute (psychoanalytic supervision of Institute candidates on a continuous case for at least once a week for 40 weeks)

  • 1997-1998: Course Taught: “The Interpersonal Approach to Schizophrenia and Related Disorders” (ten-week seminar, 1 1/2 hours/week, 8-10 third year psychoanalytic candidates—psychiatrists and clinical psychologists)

  • 1996-1999: Supervisor of Psychotherapy, William A. White Institute (psychotherapy supervision of Institute candidates on a continuous case for at least once a week for 40 weeks)

  • 1996-1997: Lecturer in course on “The Treatment of Lesbians and Gay Men in Psychiatric Practice;” APA Institute on Psychiatric Services, Chicago, IL, October 1996—Washington, DC, October 1997 (6-hour course, continuing medical education for 40 psychiatrists and other mental health professionals)

  • 1994-1996: Course Taught: “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy,” Mount Sinai Services at Elmhurst Hospital Center, Elmhurst, NY (ten-week seminar, one hour/week, 6-10 PGY-III residents)

  • 1992-2001: Faculty Member, Center for Applied Psychoanalysis, William A. White Institute, New York, NY; Courses Taught: “Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapy” [1993-1997]; “Contemporary Psychotherapy with Gay Men” [1997-2000] (ten-week seminars, 1 1/2 hours/week, 6-10 practicing psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers seeking continuing education)

  • 1990-1993: Course Taught: “Affective Disorder Conference,” SUNY-Downstate Medical Center (fifteen-week seminar, one hour/week, 8-10 PGY-III residents)

  • 1990-1992: Course Taught: “Introduction to Psychotherapy,” SUNY-Downstate Medical Center (fifteen-week seminar, one hour/week, 8-10 PGY-II residents)1990-1992: Course Taught: “Psychoanalytic Theory,” SUNY-Downstate Medical Center (third year medical students, 40 students, one class 8 times a year)

  • 1989-1992: Course Taught: “Psychopathology of Affective Disorders,” SUNY-Downstate Medical Center (fifteen week seminar, one hour/week, 8-10 PGY-II residents)

  • 1985-1987: Course Taught: “Introduction to Psychopharmacology,” SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, (fifteen week seminar, one hour/week, 8-10 PGY-I residents)

  • 1984-1993: Individual Dynamic Psychotherapy Supervisor; Medication Therapy Supervisor (weekly supervision of PGY-II, III and IV residents)

  • 1984-1989: Medical Student Preceptor, Third Year Medical Students (4-6 students/2 hours per week/6 weeks), University Hospital of Brooklyn, SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY


Educational Administration and Leadership

  • 2010-2016: I served as an active member of the White Institute’s Training (Progression) Committee. The Committee meets at least once a month, sometimes twice a month for 1½ hours. Committee tasks include (1) reviews of psychoanalytic candidates’ progression on a once-a-year basis via meetings with direct supervisors and written evaluations; and (2) serving as an Admissions Committee in the second half of the academic year which involves direct one-on-one meetings with applicants for psychoanalytic training as well as discussions with other interviewers about applicants’ suitability for training.


Instructional/Educational Materials used in Print or other Media

  • 2016: Drescher, J. (2016). Gender diagnoses in DSM and ICD. Psychiatric Annals, 46(6):350-354.

  • 2007: LGBT Mental Health Syllabus: http://www.aglp.org/gap/

  • 2006: On-line Course Taught: What Causes Homosexuality? A Gay Perspective on Psychoanalytic Knowledge and Authority, sponsored by the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists (IARPP) (35 mental health professionals in seminar designed for continuing education, on-line learning, March 13-April 7

  • 2004: On-line Course Taught: “Homophobia,” APA Grand Rounds On-Line. (several hundred APA members engaged in continuing education, on-line learning over a period of three weeks)

  • 2000: On-line Course Taught: “Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man,” International On-Line Seminar, sponsored by The Psychoanalytic Connection (40 mental health professionals in seminar designed for continuing education, on-line learning over a month)


Community Education

  • 2017: “The History of Diagnosing Homosexuality and Gender Variance”, Lecturer, Eshel Shabbaton Fifth Annual Parent Retreat (weekend retreat for orthodox Jewish parents of LGBT children, 60 enrolled participants from around the country and all walks of professional life), Copake, NY, May 7.

  • 2017: “It Takes Two to Tango: The Dance of the Parent-Child Relationship” Member, Panel Presentation on parent-child relationships in orthodox Jewish families who have LGBT children (60 enrolled participants from around the country and all walks of professional life), Eshel Shabbaton Fifth Annual Parent Retreat, Copake, NY, May 6.

  • 2016: “From Mental Disorder to Gay Divorce,” Plenary speaker, conference on “Hot Topics in Matrimonial Law: Issues Facing the 21st Century Family” (40 judges, attorneys and law students, 45 minutes), Sponsored by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, New York and Co-Sponsored by the Suffolk Academy of Law, the educational arm of the Suffolk County Bar Association, Hauppauge, NY, November 4.

  • 2016: “From Mental Disorder to Gay Divorce,” Panel member, conference on “Will the Real Parent Please Stand Up: The Conundrum of the Biological, Psychological, and De-Facto Parent” (200 attorneys, judges, mental health professionals and social services professionals, ½ hour), Sponsored by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, New York and Co-Sponsored by the Association of the Bar for the City of New York, Family Court and Family Law Committee, New York, NY, June 14.

  • 2015: “Unmasking Stigma,” Panel member, discussion of different types of stigma connected to people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS (20 HIV-affected clients, 1½ hours), GMHC, New York, NY, November 19.

  • 2015: “Exploring John Fryer’s Legacy: The Removal of Homosexuality from APA’s DSM: History and Future,” Conference on “Fighting Back: Defending the LGBT Mind and Body in Pennsylvania,” (50 attendees, 1 hour) Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, October 19.

  • 2014: “Out of Their Minds: A History of Psychiatric Views on Homosexuality,” (50 faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, 1 hour) Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY, December 2.

  • 2014: “Lady Valor: The Kristen Beck Story,” Panel Discussant of CNN documentary film (general audience, 80 people, 3-hour event), sponsored by CNN Films and Psychology Today, Time Warner Center, New York, NY, August 26.

  • 2014: “Controversies in Treating Transgender Children and Adolescents”
    Member, Panel Presentation, “Controversies in Gender Diagnosis,” True Colors Sexual Minority Youth and Family Services (150 attendees, 2 hours), Storrs, CT, March 21.

  • 2014: “The AIDS Generation,” Member, Panel Presentation,
    New York University Center for Study of Gender and Sexuality (faculty, students, 40 attendees, 2 hours), New York, NY, March 6.

  • 2013: “Gay Conversion Therapy,” Member, Panel Presentation (30 attendees, 1½ hours) on legislative efforts to ban “conversion therapy” in New York State, sponsored by The Lesbian and Gay Democratic Club of Queens Jackson Heights, NY, October 7.

  • 2013: “Can Sexual Orientation Be Changed?”, Member, Panel Presentation (50 attendees, 1½ hours) on “Selling the Promise of Change: International Health and Policy Consequences of Sexual Orientation Change Efforts (SOCE),” Sponsored by The NGO Committee on Human Rights & The NGO Committee on HIV/AIDS, United Nations Church Center, New York, NY, January 31.

  • 2012: “Gay Conversion Therapy,” Panel Speaker (40 attendees, faculty and students, 2 hours), Columbia Law School, New York, NY, November 27.

  • 2012: “Marriage Equality: From Mental Illness to Mental Health,” Invited Speaker (80 churchgoers, 45 minutes), Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, Bridgehampton, NY, June 24.

  • 2011: “How Politics Distorts Science: From Galileo to Ex-Gays,” Invited Plenary Speaker (>100 LGBT orthodox Jews, 1 hour) First Annual Eshel Shabbaton (weekend religious retreat), Falls Village, CT, January 23. Blogged about at https://goo.gl/xZ1zbn.

  • 2010: “A History of Homosexuality, Gender Variance & the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM),” Invited Speaker (60 faculty, students and CLAGS members, 1½ hours), Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS), New York, NY, September 10.

  • 2009: “Gay and Lesbian Parenting,” Panel Presentation (80 attendees, 1½ hours), Co-Sponsored by the Jewish Center of the Hamptons and the East End Gay Organization (EEGO), East Hampton, NY, June 21.

  • 2008: “Pray Away the Gay,” Member, Panel Presentation on Conversion Therapy (60 journalists, 1½ hours), National Convention, National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, Washington, DC, August 22.

  • 2007: “Gender 101,” Presentation of gender issues to entire staff (120 individuals, 1 hour) of charter middle school accepting their first 6th grade transgender student, Opportunity Charter School, New York, NY, August 27.

  • 2007: “Sexual Conversion (‘Reparative’) Therapies,” Panel Presentation on “Lesbian & Gay Lives: Finding the False Science of Antigay Groups,” (80 faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, 2 hours), Co-Sponsored by the Rockway Institute and The New School, New York, NY, June 7.

  • 2006: “Ethics and Efficacy of Reparative Therapy,” Invited Keynote Speaker, Love Welcomes All Conference (80 attendees, 1 hour) South Florida GLBT and Friends Interfaith Clergy Association & PFLAG, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, May 6.

  • 2005: “Reparative Therapy,” Member, Panel Presentation (100 attendees, 3 hours), Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) annual meeting, Bethesda, MD, October 23.

  • 2005: “EX-Rated: Addressing Conversion Therapy and the Ex-Gay Movement,” Member, Panel Presentation (40 attendees, 2 hours), LGBT Community Center, New York, NY, April 13.

  • 2005: “Same-Sex Marriage: Exploring the Psychological, Political and Legal Issues,” Invited Speaker (30 attendees, 1 hour), 92 Street Y Lecture Series on the West Side, New York, NY, April 12.

  • 2004: “Will Prozac Make Me Gay?” Member, Panel Presentation (25 attendees, 2 hours) sponsored by the East End Gay Organization (EEGO), Bridgehampton, NY, November 7.

  • 2004: “Casualties in the Classroom: The Impact of Harassment on LGBT Youth,” Panel member (50 attendees, 2 hours), ICP Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy Program and PFLAG-NYC, New York, NY, March 27.

  • 2003: “Ethics and Efficacy of Reparative Therapy,” Plenary Speaker (100 attendees, 1 hour), Conference: Love Welcomes All: When Someone You Love is Gay, Austin Alliance for Social and Spiritual Justice, Austin, TX, February 22.

  • 1999: “Freud and Homosexuality,” Invited Speaker (40 attendees, 1 hour) On the occasion of the Freud Exhibit at the Jewish Museum, Jewish Community Center of the Upper West Side, May 24.

  • 1994: “Will Prozac Make You Gay?” Chair, Presenter and Organizer, Panel Presentation (50-60 attendees, 2 hours) co-sponsored by the Committee on Gay and Lesbian Issues of the NY County District Branch of the APA and The Network of Business and Professional Organizations, Gay and Lesbian Community Center, New York, NY, June 6.

  • 1993: “HIV and Your Mental Health,” Panel Presentation (40-50 attendees, 2 hours), co-sponsored by the Committee on AIDS of the NY County District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association and The Network of Business and Professional Organizations, Gay and Lesbian Community Center, New York, NY, June.

  • 1992: “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Psychotherapy but Were Afraid to Ask,” Chair, Speaker and Organizer, Panel Presentation (40-50 attendees), sponsored by The Network of Business and Professional Organizations, Gay and Lesbian Community Center, New York, NY, December.




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