Dr. Brenner is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and a Training, and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia, where he was formerly the Director of the Adult Psychotherapy Training Program. With special interest in the area of psychological trauma, Brenner lectures internationally, has authored more than 90 publications, and maintains an all-ages private practice in Bala Cynwyd, PA... MORE
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Dark Matters: Exploring the Realm of Psychic Devastation Book signing event in Philadelphia, PA | February 15, 2015 Dark Matters: Exploring the Realm of Psychic Devastation available at Amazon.com and KarnacBooks.com.
Dark Matters: Exploring the Realm of Psychic Devastation (Karnac Books, 2014) by Ira Brenner, MD is now available via Karnac Books and Amazon. The book takes a deeper look into the darker side of the human condition by examining the psyches … Continue reading
Photos from the ‘Injured Men: Trauma, Healing, and the Masculine Self’ book signing event.
“Before Ira Brenner, no other psychoanalytic investigator explored the severe early trauma leading to dissociative psychopathology as fully as it is described in this book. With lucid clinical illustrations, ‘Injured Men’ is destined to be a textbook for understanding … Continue reading
“This dynamic and passionate book brilliantly draws the reader into the chaotic and dreadfully injured world of those of our patients who have suffered unspeakable traumas and personality fragmentation. Gently and patiently Brenner provides solid benchmarks for the clinician … Continue reading
“Ira Brenner brings a rare mixture of intelligence, clinical wisdom, scholarship and awareness of how much remains to be understood to the study ‘fraught with confusion, controversy,and anxiety’ of both dissociation and trauma. These qualities of mind are specifically … Continue reading
“This splendid account of ‘The Last Witness: The Child Survivor of the Holocaust’ is as profound as it is moving. Drs. Kestenberg and Brenner astutely describe the psychological development from childhood to old age of youngsters- infants and teenages … Continue reading