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  1. A Survivor's Story with Dr. Anna Ornstein

    February 11, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    At age 17, Ornstein and her mother were deported to Auschwitz from Hungary. Her father and two brothers died in the Holocaust. Her childhood sweetheart, Paul, survived a Hungarian forced labor camp. They found each other after the war, married and eventually had three children. After attending medical school in Heidelberg, Germany from 1946-1951 and completing their training at the University of Cincinnati, both Ornstein and her recently-deceased husband became giants in the field of psychoanalytic self-psychology. Self psychology, an offshoot of Freud’s psychoanalytic theory, was the first large psychoanalytic movement recognizing empathy as an essential aspect of the therapeutic process of addressing human development and growth. Dr. Anna Ornstein is an Auschwitz survivor, professor of child psychiatry at Harvard University, and professor emeritus of child psychology at the University of Cincinnati. She lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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