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- Building The Capacity for Empathy - The capacity for empathy begins to develop about four years old when children recognize the other person’s mind may be different than theirs. Before then a child may appear kind and notice the feelings of an other, but usually that’s because they see in the other person what they feel. They presume what they feel, Read More
Dr. Laurie Hollman, a psychoanalyst for thirty years, has authored numerous articles on parenting, developmental psychology, clinical treatment, and contemporary research published in international psychoanalytic journals, parenting magazines and websites. Read more
She has developed the concept of Parental Intelligence that can be learned by parents from all economic levels or social class and education leading to pleasurable, attuned parenting and grateful, secure, loving children including those with special needs. Learn more
Dr. Hollman has extensive experience on the faculties of New York University, Long Island University, The Society for Psychoanalytic Study and Research, and the Long Island Institute of Psychoanalysis where she has taught postgraduate courses on child and adult psychotherapy and mental disorders. Read more
Dr. Hollman is an accomplished artist whose paintings hang in several collections.
Her work has been viewed in solo and group exhibitions in New York including the Heckscher Museum, the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery, and the B.J. Spoke Gallery. VIEW MORE