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Sanford Drob, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Psychology
PhD, Clinical Psychology
Long Island University (APA Approved), 1987
PhD, Philosophy, Boston University, 1981
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Areas of Instruction:
Philosophy of Psychology
History and Systems of Psychology
Psychology and Religion
Mysticism and Psychology
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
Dissociation and Hysteria
Philosophy and Psychology
Religion and Psychology
Drob, S (2012) Reading the Red Book: A Thematic Guide to C. G. Jung’s Liber Novus (Spring Journal Books, 2012).
Drob, S. (2010) Kabbalistic Visions: C. G. Jung and Jewish Mysticism (Spring Journal Books, 2010).
Drob, S., Meehan, K, and Waxman, S. (2009) Clinical and Conceptual Problems in the Attribution of Malingering. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law 37(1), 98-106.
Drob, S. (2009a) Kabbalah and Postmodernism: a Dialogue (New York: Peter Lang).
Drob, S. (2008) James Hillman On Language, Escape from the Linguistic Prison. In S. Marlan (Ed.). Archetypal Psychology: Reflections in Honor of James Hillman, New Orleans, La.: Spring Journal Books, 2008.
Drob, S. (2008b) Volition, Compulsion and Insanity, Review of Rationality and compulsion: Applying action theory to psychiatry by Lennart Nordenfelt, PsycCRITIQUES, 53 (7).
Drob, S. (2007). Jung for Academics? Negotiating the Obstacles. Review of “The Handbook of Jungian Psychology: Theory, Practice and Applications.” By Renos K. Papadopoulos (Ed.). PsycCRITIQUES. Vol 51 (51).
Drob, S. (2005). Giegerich and the traditions: Notes on reason, mythology, psychology and religion. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 7(2), 61-73.
Drob, S. (2005). Jung’s Kabbalistic visions. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 7(1), 33-54, 61-64.
Drob, S. (2005). The mystical symbol: Some comments on Ankori, Giegerich, Scholem, and Jung. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 7(1), 25-30.
Drob, S. (2003). Fragmentation in psychology: A dialectical solution. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 43(4), 102-123.
Drob, S. (2003). Towards a Kabbalistic psychology: C. G. Jung and the Jewish foundations of alchemy. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 5(2), 77-100.
Drob, S. (2000). Kabbalistic metaphors: Mystical themes in ancient and modern thought. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
Drob, S. (2000). Symbols of the Kabbalah: Philosophical and psychological perspectives. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
Drob, S., & Meehan, K. (2000). The diagnosis of Ganser Syndrome in the practice of forensic psychology. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 18(3), 37-62.
Doctoral Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University.
Other Professional Activities:
Present: Expert Witness in Clinical and Forensic Psychology: New York State Supreme Court: Manhattan, Kings, Queen, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau, and Broome counties; Federal District Court: Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.
1987-present: Private Practice, Clinical and Forensic Psychology (part time), Brooklyn, NY.
1981-2011: Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (part time), New York University Medical Center.
1990-2003: Director of Psychological Assessment, Bellevue Hospital, New York University Medical Center.
1987-2003: Clinical Supervisor (part time), John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York.
1984-2003: Senior Psychologist, Bellevue Hospital Division of Forensic Psychiatry, New York University Medical Center
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