About Dr. Greenblum
After obtaining my undergraduate degree and medical degree from the University of Paris St Louis Lariboisiere, I completed a 3-year psychiatric residency and became board certified in psychiatry and neurology.
I completed psychoanalytic training at the Baltimore Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis in both the adult and child divisions.
Teaching Analyst, Baltimore Washington Center for Psychoanalysis and Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. Courses: Technique of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Psychology of Women, Gender and Sexuality.
Assistant Clinical Professor, Georgetown University Hospital. Supervises psychiatric residents and medical students.
Publications and Presentations
“The place of empathy in Psychoanalytic Listening” in Danger and Defense: The Technique of Close Process Attention, Maryanne Goldberger, editor.
Presentation: “Bilingualism: When Patient and Therapist Share a Mother Tongue in Another Country: Echoes of the Holocaust: A Love Story,” Baltimore Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis and Pastoral Counseling Services of Maryland, Psychoanalytic Case Conference, March 2010