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Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
Curriculum Vitae Summary
Glen O. Gabbard, M.D., is Brown Foundation Chair of Psychoanalysis and
Professor of Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
He is also a training and supervising analyst at the Houston/Galveston
Psychoanalytic Institute. He is Director of the Baylor Psychiatry Clinic
of Psychotherapy Education in the Department of Psychiatry at Baylor. He is Past-President of the American College of Psychiatrists.
Dr. Gabbard is the former Joint Editor-in-Chief of the International
Journal of Psychoanalysis. He is also an Associate Editor of the American
Journal of Psychiatry. He has published over 280 papers and book chapters, and
he is the author or editor of 22 books. Among his books are Psychodynamic
Psychiatry in Clinical Practice: Fourth Edition, an all-time best-seller at American Psychiatric Press, Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Basic Text, Boundaries and Boundary Violations in Psychoanalysis, Sexual Exploitation in Professional Relationships, Love and Hate in the Analytic Setting,
Management of Countertransference with Borderline Patients, Gabbard's Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders: Fourth Edition, Psychiatry and the Cinema, and The Psychology of the Sopranos.
Before Dr. Gabbard moved to Baylor in 2001, he had worked at the Menninger
Clinic for 26 years. He served as Director of the Menninger Hospital from
1989-1994 and was the Bessie Walker Calloway Distinguished Professor of
Psychoanalysis and Education in the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry
1994-2001. He was also the Director of the Topeka Institute for Psychoanalysis from 1996-2001. While there he founded the Professionals in Crisis Program and conducted many evaluations of professionals with impairment, boundary violations and personality disorders. He continues to conduct these
outpatient evaluations at the Baylor Psychiatry Clinic. These are three-day multidisciplinary assessments involved 2 or 3 psychiatrists, extensive psychological testing conducted by two psychologists, and social work evaluation of the family. He specializes in professionals and severe personality
Dr. Gabbard has won many awards, including the 2004 Adolf Meyer Award
of the American Psychiatric Association, the 2002 Distinguished Service
Award of the same organization, the 2000 Mary Sigourney Award for outstanding
contributions to psychoanalysis, the 1997 Burlingame Award of the Institute
Living, and the 1994 Edward Strecker Award of the Institute of the Pennsylvania Hospital.
He lectures widely in Europe, South American, Australia, and North America.