Healing The Soul in the Age of the Brain
Becoming Conscious in an Unconscious World
by Elio Frattaroli, M.D.
Elio Frattaroli, M.D., is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst member of the
American Psychoanalytic Association. He is in full-time private
practice, doing psychoanalysis and psychotherapy with adults, adolescents
and couples. He is on the faculty of the Psychoanalytic Center of
Philadelphia and is associate director of their Psychodynamic
Psychotherapy Training Program. He is also an assistant clinical
professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. He studied
Shakespeare at Harvard and trained with Bruno Bettelheim at the University
of Chicago before turning to medicine. He has written and lectured on
Shakespeare as well as on psychiatry and psychoanalysis. He lives and
practices in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.
Partial List of Publications
On the Validity of Treating Shakespeare's Characters as Real People.
Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 10:407-437, 1987.
The Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet: A Study of Shakespeare's Conception
Adolescent Psychiatry, 15:221-246, 1988.
A New Look at Hamlet: Aesthetic Response and Shakespeare's Meaning.
International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 17:269-285, 1990.
Orthodoxy and Heresy in the History of Psychoanalysis.
In N. Szajnberg, Ed.
Educating the Emotions: Bruno Bettelheim and
Psychoanalytic Development. New York: Plenum Press, 1992.
(Mis) Managed (Don't) Care: Is managed health care really a necessary evil
Physician's Travel & Meeting Guide, April, 1993.
Bruno Bettelheim's unrecognized contribution to psychoanalytic thought.
Psychoanalytic Review, 81:379-409, 1994.
Me and my Anima: Through the Dark Glass of the Freud-Jung Interface. In
P. Young-Eisendrath and T. Dawson, Eds.
The Cambridge Companion to Jung.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp.164-184.
Dr. Elio Frattaroli explores psychotherapy and psychoanalysis