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Galit Atlas (Koch), Ph.D.


Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology (Adjunct);

B.A. 1997
M.A. 2001
Ph.D. 2007

Office Address: 

80 East 11th Street, Suite 205
New York, NY 10003

Phone: 

917.322.9704

Courses Taught:

Comparative Perspectives on Sexuality: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives

Areas of Research/Interest: 

· Gender and Sexuality
· Infant research and attachment
· Dream analysis

External Affiliations:

· Faculty and a board member of the Institute for Expressive Analysis (IEA)
· Faculty of the Four Year Adult and National Training Programs at NIP

Bio:

Galit Atlas (Koch) is an assistant adjunct professor in the NYU Postdoctoral Program. She teaches the class “Comparative Perspectives on Sexuality: Theoretical and Clinical perspectives” through the Independent track. She is a psychoanalyst, creative arts therapist and clinical supervisor in private practice in Manhattan. Galit is the co-chair of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP) on-line Colloquium Series. She serves on the editorial board of Psychoanalytic Perspectives, and an author of articles and book chapters that focus primarily on gender and sexuality.

Fellowships/Honors:

· Andre’ Francois Research Award
· NADT Research Award

Selected Publications & Presentations:

In Press - Sex Lies and Videotape. A chapter in Clinical Implications of the Psychoanalyst’s Life Experience: When the Personal Becomes Professional. Edited by Steven Kuchuck. New York: Routledge.


Atlas, G. (2013). Eat, pray, dream: Contemporary use of dreams in psychoanalysis.  Contemporary

                  Psychoanalysis, 49:2, 239-246.


Atlas, G. (2013). Eating, cooking and the space between: Response to panelists' commentaries.  Contemporary

                  Psychoanalysis, 49:2, 276-286.

Atlas. G. (2013). What’s Love Got to Do With It? Sexuality, Shame and the Use of the Other. Studies in Gender and

                  Sexuality. 14:1, 51-58.

Atlas, G. (2012).  Sex and the Kitchen: Thoughts on Culture and Forbidden Desire. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. VOL

            9, ISS 2.

April 2012 - Erotic Countertransference: From Boundary Violation to Therapeutic Action”. Division 39, Santa Fe.

March 2012 - Passion and Aggression in the therapeutic dyad.  NY: IARPP.

Atlas-Koch, G. & Kuchuck. S. (2012). To Have and To Hold- Psychoanalytic Dialogues on the Desire to Own. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 22:93-105.

Atlas-Koch, G.  (2012). East of Freud. Division Review, Vol 1. No 3.

Atlas-Koch, G. (2011). The Bad Father, the Sinful Son and the Wild Ghost.” Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Fall 11, 8.(2): 238-251.

November 2011 - Disorganized Attachment: Infant Research Informs Adult Treatment. A panel with Beatrice Beebe, IPSS, NYC.

October 2011 - Presentation at the Psychology and the Other conference, Boston.

October 2011 - Presentation at the International Self Psychology conference, LA.

September 2011 - “The Dybbuk”. Presentation at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.

June 2011 - “Sexuality and the Affective Erotic Experience” presentation at IARPP, Madrid.

April 2011 - A panel with Katie Gentile and Steven Knoblauch: The International Conference on Body Image and Identity. 

Atlas-Koch, G. (2011). Attachment Abandonment Murder. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Vol 47. No 2. P. 245-259.

Atlas-Koch, G. (2010). Confusion of Tongues- Trauma and Playfulness. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. 6 (2): 93-114.

April  2010 - Where the wild things are- Sexuality and anxiety in the therapeutic dyad. A panel with Steven Knoblauch, Division 39, Chicago.

February 2010 - The “Too Muchness” of Excitement and the Death of Desire. A panel with Jessica Benjamin. International Relational conference- IAPRR, San Francisco.


Atlas-Koch, G. (2008). Three pregnancies and psychoanalysis- A thin line between fusion and separateness. The   psychoanalytic Review, 95 (2), April 2008.
 

Atlas-Koch, G. (2008).  Postmodernism: The Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. Editors: D, Leeming, K, Madden, S, Marlan. Springer: New York.


Updated on 06/14/2013