is honorary professor on the psychology faculty of the University of Geneva, Switzerland, adjunct professor at Cornell University Medical School, and lecturer at Columbia University Center for Psychoanalysis. For more than thirty years, psychiatrist Daniel Stern has explored the interface of research and practice as one of the most. respected figures in our field.
His groundbreaking contributions, reported in such classic works as "The contributions", reported in such classic works as "The Interpersonal World of the Infant", "Diary of a Baby", and "The Motherhood Constellation," have revolutionized our understanding of the intimate complexity of the mother-infant relationship. Now, in his latest book, "The Present Moment," he’s turned his attention to charting how healing moments take place not in a remembered past or an imagined future, but in a therapeutic "now", whose power we often neglect.