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Jeffrey W. Karaban

Adjunct Faculty
Phone: 212-636-6600
Email: jkaraban@fordham.edu
Office: Lincoln Center 726

Education

Certification in Psychoanalysis, Training and Research Institute for Self Psychology, 2006

Certification in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, 2003

MSW, Fordham University School of Social Service, 1995

Seminar in Field Instruction, Fordham University School of Social Service, 1995

LCSW, 2005

Courses Taught

Clinical Social Work Practice II with Adults and Families

Individual Oriented Treatment

Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis I

Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis II

Relational Practice with Children, Adolescents and Adults

Modes and Methods of Clinical Supervision (Fordham at China Youth University, Beijing, China

Practice Experience

Jeffrey Karaban, LCSW is a graduate of Fordham University School of Social Service and the Training and Research Institute for Self Psychology. He is a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in private practice in Columbus Circle. In a practice spanning over twenty years he has developed specialties in working with individuals struggling with sexual and gender identity, compulsive behavior and work with visual and performing artists. He also works with people with addictions and eating disorders and with couples.

He is an adjunct professor at Fordham University, School of Social Service, as well as at the Columbia University Graduate School of Social Work, specializing in clinical courses. He is a founding member of Mosaic, an organization devoted to the study of theoretical psychological orientations into a post-modern integrative sensibility. He worked for 16 years at the New York