Stefanie Teitelbaum, LCSW, NPsyA

NYS License #R 047480-1
347 Fifth Ave, Suite 1101, NY, NY10016
917 279-3414 (phone or text);


  • Member, Supervisor, Training Analyst, Faculty National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysts (NPAP).
  • Director of Education, Member, Supervisor, Training Analyst, Former Dean of Training Institute for Expressive Analysis (IEA).
  • Member, Supervisor, Training Analyst Faculty, Object Relations Institute (Object Relations Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis).
  • Courses taught for ORI: READING WILFRED BION: Theory, Function and Clinical Practice; Second Thoughts: A Second Trimester of Reading Wilfred Bion; From ‘Attention’ to ‘Faith’: A Freud-Bion Dialectic; and Caesura and Thalassa; A Dialectical Playground with FREUD – FERENCZI – BION .


  • 1993 – Current: Psychoanalyst/ Psychotherapist; Private Practice, New York City
  • 1993 – 1996: Staff Psychotherapist: Lower East Side Service Center, Drug Free Outpatient Program
  • 1979 – 1989: Data Processing Salesperson and Sales Manager; Wang Laboratories and Digital Equipment Corp.
  • 1965 – 1979: Classical Music Singer: Opera, Choral, Church and Synagogue Choirs


  • 1993 – MSW, Fordham Graduate School of Social Work.
  • Field Placements: Veterans Outreach Center: Psychotherapist; Stepping Stone Residence: Case Manager.
  • 1970 – B. Music, The Juilliard School, Voice and Opera Theatre


  • “No-Baby: Negation, Mourning and Transience”, Other/Wise Uncut, on-line Journal of IFPE.
  • “Just East My Fingers; Feasting on the Primary Process”, Other/Wise Uncut, on-line Journal of IFPE; 2012.
  • “The Echo Injury; Narcissus and Echo On-Line”, Other/Wise Uncut, on-line Journal of IFPE.
  • Film Note: “The Piano Teacher”, Psychoanalytic Review, 2005.
  • Film Note, “Moolade”, Psychoanalytic Review, 2007.
  • Article, “Allergic to People”, American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2008.
  • Contributing Author, The Edinburgh Dictionary of Psychoanalysis.
  • Contributing Author, The Blanton-Peale Dictionary of Psychology and Religion.


  • Clinical Ferenczi Conferences (2006 & 2012), IARPP (2010), IEA, IFPE (2009-2013), NPAP / Social Theory Forum (2010).