Thomas Marchevsky, Ph.D. is psychoanalyst with a Lacanian orientation. He is a clinical psychologist with extensive training in humanistic/existential modalities and has 20 years of meditation experience. His research interests include psychoanalysis, subjectivity, topology, meditation, music, and dreams/sleep. He serves serves as an editor of the European Journal of Psychoanalysis, Clinical Director at The Clinic Without Walls, and Adjunct Faculty at The California Institute of Integral Studies. In 2021, he co-edited a Routledge publication entitled "Coronavirus, Psychoanalysis, and Philosophy: Conversation on Pandemics, Politics, and Society".
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Saybrook University
MM in Jazz Guitar Performance, New England Conservatory of Music
BA in Philosophy and Music, Western Connecticut State University
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