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Dr. Richard Kradin is a senior physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, a psychoanalyst, and a professor at Harvard Medical School. He holds a post-graduate degree in comparative religion from Harvard University, and lectures nationally and internationally on these topics.
Dr. Kradin is the recipient of the Gradiva Award for best paper in psychoanalysis, Upjohn award for excellence in research, and the Small Prize (Summa Cum Laude, Harvard).
He has authored several texts that examine psychology and society for academic presses including the Herald Dream (Karnac, 2006), Placebo Response and the Power of Unconscious Healing (2008, Routledge), Mind Body Interface (2012, Routledge), Parting of the Ways: The Judaic Roots of the Psychologies of Freud and Jung (2016, Academic Studies Press), and Out of Control: Apocalyptic Psychology in the Age of Trump (2018, Amazon).