Jeffrey Prager

Jeffrey Prager, PhD

Research Psychoanalyst
License # RP-48

Contact Information:

333 S Beverly Drive #100
Beverly Hills, CA

TEL: 310-825-3743


Vcard: import to my address book

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Languages spoken: Engllish

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Practice Information:

Areas of Practice: Creative Blocks; Depression and Mood Disorders; Grief and Loss; Relationship Issues; Anxiety Disorders; Gender Identity; Diversities; Trauma and PTSD
Years in Practice: 20 or more
Populations Served: Adults; Couples; Older Adults


I am a Supervising and Training Analyst at NCPand it's former Dean. Also, I am a Research Professor of Sociology at UCLA, and former Interim Chair of Information Studies at UCLA. I write and publish at the intersection of Psychoanalysis and the Social World. I am the author of Presenting the Past, Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Misremembering (1998 Harvard University Press), and Co-Editor of the Routledge Handbook of Psychoanalysis in the Social Sciences and the Humanities, 2017. I have written many articles on psychoanalytic insights on how best to repair Trauma and PTSD especially as they impactwhole societies in South Africa, China and in the United States. I have published and spoken on American racism from a social-psychological/psychoanalytic perspective. My clinical practice brings to bear many of these psych-social issues as we work to ease pain, suffering and anxiety in everyday social life. I work with those affected by white supremacist societies and cultures. And I treat extensively those with a creative bent: writers, musicians, artists, and those within the entertainment industry's sphere of operations.

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