Professional Title or Affiliation:
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Part-time, Harvard Medical School
Primary Office Address:
Suite 4C, 1180 Beacon St.
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
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Psychoanalytic Training FOR ADULTS:
Psychoanalytic Institute of New England, East, Inc. , 1996
Graduate Training #1 Degree:
Harvard Medical School, '77; Adult Psychiatry Residency, MGH, '83; Child Fellowship, Cambridge Hospital, '86
Patients can heal themselves through relationships, life experiences, and various shorter- and longer-term treatments. My interests have been in psychodynamic psychotherapy and its more intensive form, psychoanalysis. I’ve seen the power of patients exploring in depth their internal barriers to intimacy, productivity, and creativity. As a therapist and analyst, engaging with and witnessing individuals growing and discovering themselves is a rare privilege that changes both patient and treater in profound ways.
Laurie Raymond, M.D. completed her psychoanalytic training at PINE in 1996 after an adult residency at the Mass. General Hospital and a child fellowship at the Cambridge Hospital. She has been in private practice since 1983 and is Board-certified in both adult as well as child and adolescent psychiatry.
For fifteen years until 2013 she developed and directed the Office of Advising Resources at Harvard Medical School, working with two education specialists to assist medical, dental, and biology Ph.D. students with performance difficulties and with preparation for national licensing exams. As a HMS faculty member affiliated with the Cambridge Health Alliance since 1986, she facilitates training groups for both PGY2 psychiatry residents and Child Psychiatry Fellows.
From 2011 she served as Chair of Progressions at the PINE Psychoanalytic Center. In 2014 she became President in order to rebuild PINE with other members after the transfer of many training analysts and faculty to BPSI. The challenge of rebuilding PINE has been inspiring new and old members to envision faculty development, community outreach, and training in new ways. She will direct the new PINE Psychotherapy Fellowship in 2016-2017.
List Recent Publications (Up to Five):
- Raymond, L, Rosbrow-Reich S, authors. The Inward Eye: Psychoanalysts Reflect On Their Lives and Work. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press, Inc., May, 1997.
- Raymond, L. Perspectives from a Psychiatrist in an Office of Advising Resources. Kalet A, and Chou CL eds. Remediation in Medical Education: A Mid-Course Correction. New York: Springer, 2014: 205-219.
- Schen, CR, Raymond L, and Notman M, Transfer of Care of Psychotherapy Patients: Implications for Psychiatry Training. Psychodynamic Psychiatry 2013; 41 (4): 575-596.
- Raymond, L., Brinckerhoff, L. Medical Students at Risk: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Service Delivery. Perspectives. The International Dyslexia Association, Spring, 2002; 35-38.
- Raymond, L. Dear Laurie: The Doctor is In! Division of Medical Sciences Bulletin. Vol. I, No. 1., April/May, 2009, pp. 3,5 (also available online at https://wiki.med.harvard.edu/view/DMS/BBS/Bulletin/WebHome).
- Raymond, L. Dear Laurie: What to Do When You Feel Neglected By Your P.I. DMS Bulletin, Vol. I, No. 3, Aug/Sept. 2009, pp. 4-5, also online at https://wiki.med.harvard.edu/view/DMS/BBS/Bulletin/WebHome.
- Raymond, L. "Physician Health Matters: Stimulant Misuse among Physicians-in-Training-a Growing Concern," Vital Signs, Issue 7, September 2010, Massachusetts Medical Society, p. 6; longer version of article on website: www.massmed.org/Content/NavigationMenu6/EducationandResources/Risks_of_Stimulant.htm
- Kiewra, Karin, "The Science of Resiliency: Helping medical students manage stress - online portion includes interview with Laurie Raymond, M.D., Focus: News from Harvard Medical, Dental and Public Health Schools, May 2011, pp. 1,6 (online - http://www.focushms.com/features/the-science-of-resiliency/).