About Robert J. Marshall, Ph.D.
Robert J. Marshall, Ph.D., has enjoyed over fifty years of clinical experience as Chief Psychologist at Fort Dix, New Jersey Infantry Training Center, Chief Clinical Psychologist at the VA Hospital in Montrose NY, Clinical Psychologist at Lincoln Hall, Lincolndale, NY (a residential school for delinquents), and in private practice.
A Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology and former Chair of the Publications Committee of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, he has helped found several ongoing psychotherapy clinics. His psychoanalytic training at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health led him to teach at that institute, as well as Hunter College, Adelphi Postdoctoral Program, the Long Island Institute of Psychoanalysis, and the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies in Manhattan and Boston.
Dr. Marshall has published over thirty works of psychological testing, enuresis, patient government, milieu therapy, and, in particular, delinquency, resistance, transference-countertransference, and supervision. He has authored “Resistance Interactions: Child Family and Psychotherapist,” which has been translated into Japanese. With his wife, Simone V. Marshall, Ph.D., he has co-authored, "The Transference-Countertransference Matrix: The Emotional-Cognitive Dialogue in Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, and Supervision". He is currently a Training and Supervisory Analyst at the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies and in private practice emphasizing Supervision in New York City.