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Celani, David P. 1946-

Celani, David P. 1946-

PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1946, in Englewood, NJ; son of Pasquale (a mechanical engineer) and Maude (a homemaker) Celani; married, 1968; wife’s name Veronica H. (a state commissioner of social welfare). Education: Rutgers University, B.A., 1968; University of Vermont, M.A., 1972, Ph.D., 1974. Hobbies and other interests: Kayaking, skiing, auto racing.

ADDRESSES: Home— Jericho, VT. E-mail— [email protected]

CAREER: Licensed psychologist in private practice in Burlington and South Burlington, VT, 1975-2001. Member of adjunct faulty, University of Vermont, 1978-84, and St. Michael’s College, 1986-92; Onion River Educational Network, presenter of workshops for mental health professionals.

MEMBER: Sports Car Club of America.

WRITINGS

The Treatment of the Borderline Patient: Applying Fairbairns Object Relations Theory in the Clinical Setting, International Universities Press (Madison, CT), 1993.

The Illusion of Love: Why the Battered Woman Returns to Her Abuser, Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 1994.

Leaving Home: The Art of Separating from Your Difficult Family, Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 2004.

Contributor to periodicals, including American Journal of Psychoanalysis.

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