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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-27

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health & fitness

Dr. Marc Rosen

Dr. Deanna Holtzman

Dr. Lawrence Perlman

Freud from page 27

Dr. Gordon Moss, Dr. Elliotte Moss and Dr.
Richard Minkin are proud to announce the
addition of a new associate
Cecilia Cosma, M.D.
Dr. Cosma has joined our practice
on a full time basis.

Dr. Cosma is board certified in
Internal Medicine and specializes in
Women's Health. She is an active member of
the Henry Ford Hospital
West Bloomfield medical staff.

For sure, psychoanalysis has changed
over the years.
When Freud first began practicing psy-
choanalysis, his patients only reclined on
the couch for a few months; but over time,
the process has evolved into an indetermi-
nate length, a characteristic made fun of
in the 1973 Woody Allen movie Sleeper.
After Allen's character has been cryo-
genically frozen for 200 years, he says
upon awakening that if only he had been
up the entire time, he could be finished
with his analysis.
The stereotype of the silent, rigid
analyst, leaning back in his chair, pipe in
mouth, also is long gone.
"Freud was preoccupied with making
psychoanalysis a science,' says Bornstein,
who is being honored by MPI in
November."But old-school thinking has
been altered considerably. Today, there is
greater warmth and interaction between
the patient and analyst and a more caring
emphasis on the person who is suffering."
What is the future of psychoanalysis?

Guide To Licensed
Mental Health


At the minimum, psychiatrists have
an M.D. or D.O. degree (four years of
medical school) and have completed
a four-year residency that includes
inpatient and outpatient psychiatry.
Some psychiatrists have additional
training in child and adolescent psy-
chiatry. Psychiatrists may be board
certified by the American Board of
Psychiatry and Neurology. As medi-
cal doctors, they can prescribe medi-


For an appointment or
further information please call
(248) 932-1250
30840 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 300
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Fully licensed psychologists' cre-
dentials include a Ph.D. or a Psy.D.,
supervised clinical work, an intern-
ship and research. In Michigan (unlike
some other states), a person can
practice as a psychologist with a
master's degree, but only under the
supervision of a fully licensed psy-

Social Workers

To be licensed as a social worker,
practitioners require a bachelor of


October 27 s 2011

Holtzman believes psychoanalysis will
continue to evolve.
"As the only model of the mind that
encompasses a way for us to understand
and make sense of human mental com-
plexity, we can be assured that both as
a theory and as a method of treatment,
psychoanalysis is here to stay'

Dr. Howard Markel speaks at the
Jewish Book Fair about An Anatomy

of Addiction: Sigmund Freud,
William Halsted and the Miracle
Drug Cocaine 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov.

13, at the JCC in West Bloomfield
(see Book Fair/Nonfiction on page
48). He'll also appear 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 8, at the Jewish
Book Festival at the JCC of Greater
Ann Arbor (see page 47). Joseph
Skibell presents his novel A Curable
Romantic to Jewish Book Fair audi-
ences 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov.10, at
the JCC in West Bloomfield (see
Book Fair/Fiction on page 48).

social work (B.S.W.) or master of
social work (M.S.W.), 4,000 hours of
paid work or volunteer time in no
less than two years after graduation
and 100 hours of supervision by a
licensed M.S.W. They also must pass
an exam.

Marriage and Family

Marriage and family therapists have
a master's degree, Ph.D. or post-
graduate clinical training in marriage
and family therapy. They come from
a variety of educational backgrounds,
including psychiatry, psychology,
social work, nursing, pastoral coun-
seling and education.


Psychoanalysts may have training as
psychiatrists (M.D. or D.O.), psycholo-
gists (Ph.D. or M.A.) or social workers
(M.S.W.), or they may have a master's
degree in counseling. Analysts go
through personal psychoanalysis,
four years of seminars and weekly
supervision of candidates' first psy-
choanalytic cases, and they must
receive accreditation from a psycho-
analytic institute.

- Alice Schweiger

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