Laurie Hollman

Laurie Hollman

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Laurie Hollman, PhD, is a psychoanalyst with specialized clinical training in infant-parent, child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy, a unique practice that covers the life span. She is particularly adept at helping parents and children relate well together in today's complex family environment. This sensibility helps each family member understand their own emotional experiences while simultaneously being receptive to others' points of view.

Dr. Hollman has been on the faculties of New York University, The Society for Psychoanalytic Study and Research, Long Island University, and The Long Island Institute for Psychoanalysis.

She has written extensively for various publications on infant, child, and adolescent development including the Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, The International Journal of Infant Observation, and The Inner World of the Mother. She has also written on subjects relevant to parents of divorce for the Family Law Review, a publication of the New York Bar Association. As a columnist for Newsday's Parent & Children Magazine and the Long Island Parent for almost a decade, she has written numerous articles on parenting.

Dr. Hollman has written the "Parental Intelligence" column for Moms Magazine. She blogs for Huffington Post and writes for Thrive Global She is also a feature writer for The Bloggy Moms Network and a guest writer for popular parenting websites including Natural Parenting Network, Positive Parenting Ally, and Our Parenting Spot.

Dr. Hollman has studied with world-renowned figures such as psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Jacob Arlow, psychologist and child researcher Dr. Anni Bergman, and psychologist and infant researcher, Dr. Beatrice Beebe.

Earlier in her life, Dr. Hollman was an elementary school teacher with a background in research in educational psychology where she pioneered "individualized instruction" in the classroom. She conceived and developed a program to teach children with learning and reading disabilities to help revitalize a traditional school system. She fostered distinctive relationships with hard-to-reach children and inspired their parents to do the same. Even then, she had a relationship-based teaching style that reached a broad spectrum of children.

As an accomplished artist, Dr. Hollman's work has been viewed in solo and group exhibitions in New York including venues such as the Heckscher Museum, the Jeanie Tengelesen Gallery, The Stone Quarry Art Park and the B.J. Spoke Gallery.

She is also a mother of two, her most important job!

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