JEFFREY K. SEITELMAN, MD, PH.D., FIPA, DFAPA
13001 Seal Beach Blvd., Suite 345
Seal Beach, CA 90740
I am married with 2 children: one adult son, 31 and one daughter, 13. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, was the oldest of 3 sons, the usual mixture of love and neurosis in a middle class Jewish home in the 50s-70s.
My interests include: Bicycling, Broadway Theater, Judaic Studies and Psychoanalysis
I am an Associate Clinical Professor (Volunteer) at UC Irvine Dept of Psychiatry, Senior Faculty at New Center for Psychoanalysis, and a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Institute for Contemporary PsA, LA and Newport Psychoanalytic Institute.
I have always enjoyed teaching and supervision and I have stayed open to contemporary and post-modern developments in our field. I am a strong believer in intersubjective, relational, complex non-linear dynamic views of the psychoanalytic process. Most important, I want to assist people to alleviate their pain and distress.
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
Brief, intermediate and Long Term Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Adults, Children, Teens, Couples and Families
Families in stress due to illness or life circumstances
California Medical License G37054
Williams College, B.A. in Chemistry, Cum Laude, 1973
SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine, M.D., 1977
Internship and Yr1 Psychiatric Residency: UCal Irvine, 1977-79
Years 2 and 3 Adult Psychiatry: LA County-USC Medical Center, 1979- 81
Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatry Fellowship, LA County-USC Med Center, 1981-3
Psychoanalytic Training: Southern California PsA Institute, 1986-93
PhD in Psychoanalysis, SCPI, 1993