Irwin Hirsch lives and works in New York City. He teaches and/or supervises at five psychoanalytic training programs, and serves on four editorial boards. He has published over 70 psychoanalytic articles and reviews, and has presented at conferences internationally. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology at The University of Maryland, and his psychoanalytic training at the N.Y.U. Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.
Coasting in the Countertransference: Analysts' Pursuit of Self-Interest 1
The Influence of Situational Factors, in Analysts' Lives and Analysts' Preferred Relational States, on Analytic Participation 27
Analysts' Character Structure and the Wish for Emotional Equilibrium 53
Preferred Patients, Preferred Relational Configurations 81
Psychoanalytic Theory and Its Unexamined Comforts 109
Money and the Therapeutic Frame 155
Money and the Ongoing Therapeutic Relationship 177