University of California, San Francisco
HARRIET L. WOLFE, M.D.
CURRENT TITLE AND DEPARTMENT:
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry, UCSF School of Medicine
1961-65 Smith College, Northampton,MA B.A., German
1963-64 University of Hamburg, Jr. Yr. Abroad
1965-67 Columbia University M.A., Germanic Languages and Literature
1969-70 University of California, Berkeley Premedical Studies
1971-75 Case Western Reserve University M.D.
School of Medicine
1975-76 Hospital of St. Raphael (Yale) Flexible Internship
1976-79 Yale University School of Medicine Psychiatry Residency
1980-81 Yale Department of Psychiatry Fellow in Undergraduate Medical Education
1986-94 San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Adult (now San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis) Psychoanalysis
LICENSE AND BOARD CERTIFICATION:
1979-88 Medical License, Connecticut License No. 020120
1980 Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Lifetime Certificate)
1985-present Medical License, California License No. G56189
1994 Certification in Adult Psychoanalysis, American Psychoanalytic Association
PRINCIPLE POSITIONS HELD:
2017-present Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco, Volunteer
2016-18 President, American Psychoanalytic Association
2014-16 President-elect, American Psychoanalytic Association
2011-13 Board of Trustees Chair, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
2006-07 President, American College of Psychoanalysts
2006-present Training and Supervising Analyst, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
2000-03 President, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society (now Center)
1998-2000 President-elect, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society
1990-17 Associate Clinical Professor, University of California San Francisco, Volunteer Faculty
1985-90 Associate Clinical Professor, University of California San Francisco, Full-time, San Francisco General Hospital
1979-85 Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine
ANCILLARY POSITIONS HELD CONCURRENTLY:
1989-90 San Francisco General Hospital Director, Residency Training, UCSF Program in Psychiatry
1988-89 San Francisco General Hospital Deputy Chief, Clinical Services, Department of Psychiatry
1985-88 San Francisco General Hospital Director, Psychiatric Emergency and Consultation Services
1983-85 Connecticut Mental Health Center Director, Division of Community Services New Haven, CT
1981-83 Connecticut Mental Health Center Director, West Haven Mental Health Clinic
1979-80 V.A. Medical Center, West Haven, CT Chief Resident in Psychiatry, and Assistant Ward Chief, Evaluation and Brief Treatment Unit
HONORS AND AWARDS:
2009 Distinguished Service Award, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
2006 Distinguished Service Award, American Psychoanalytic Association
1986 First Annual Leah M. Lowenstein Award for Excellence in Teaching (Yale)
1980-81 National Fund for Medical Education Fellow
1975 Ohio Mental Health Association Prize
1975 Alpha Omega Alpha
1994-present Private Practice of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, San Francisco
1985-present Private Practice of General Psychiatry (Part-time), San Francisco
1979-85 Private Practice of General Psychiatry (Part-time), New Haven
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS:
2014-present, 1983-99 American Psychiatric Association
2014-present, 1985-99 Northern California Psychiatric Association
1995-present American College of Psychoanalysts
1994-present San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
1994-present American Psychoanalytic Association, Active Member
1994-present International Psychoanalytical Association
1987-94 American Psychoanalytic Association, Affiliate Member
1980-85 American Medical Women’s Association
1978-97 American Medical Association
SERVICE TO PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
1980-84 National Board of Medical Examiners Psychiatric Consultant to the Physician Assistant Multiple Choice Examination Committee
American College of Psychoanalysts:
2002-08 Board of Regents
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis:
2012-13 Co-Chair, Capital Campaign
2011-13 Chair, Board of Trustees
2008-11 Chair, Progression and Graduation Committee
2006-present Training and Supervising Analyst
2004-06 Ethics Committee
2004-06 Theory Committee
2003-06 Chair, Applegarth Infertility Symposium Planning Committee
2003-04 Past President
1998-04 Board of Trustees (Chair 2000-03)
1995-98 Public Information Committee
1994-present Faculty Member
1992-98 Extension Division Committee
1991-93 Development Committee
1990-03 Candidate Advisory Committee
1988-92 Candidate Representative to Curriculum Committee
American Psychoanalytic Association:
2018-present Immediate Past President and Executive Councilor
2016-18 President and Chair, Executive Council
2014-18 APsaA Representative to Psychoanalytic Consortium
2017-present Ad Hoc Advisory Committee for Proposed Joint IPA-APsaA Research Project
2015 Chair, Research Summit Committee
2010-11 Strategic Planning Task Force
2007-14 Committee on Psychoanalytic Education (Chair 2012-14)
2005-12 Consultant, Membership Requirements and Review Committee
2004-06 Task Force on Reorganization
2003-06 Chair, Task Force on Expanded Membership Criteria
2003-04 Committee on Council
2000-03 Executive Councilor (Alternate Councilor 1998-00, 2003-04)
1999-05 Council of Presidents of Affiliate Societies (Chair 2000-03)
1998-11 Fellowship Committee (Co-Chair 2001-04, 2007-10) International Psychoanalytic Association
2018-present Task Force on Representation
2017-present Ad Hoc Advisory Committee for Proposed Joint IPA-APsaA Research Project
2015-18 Founding Board Member, Psychoanalysis Today (Interregional eJournal)
2018 Presenter – “Clinical and Cultural Perspectives”. Discussion of Falk Leichsenring’s paper: “Psychodynamic Therapy as Efficacious as Treatments Established in Efficacy? A Meta-analysis.” Joseph Sandler Psychoanalytic Research Conference: Outcome Research and the Future of Psychoanalysis: Researchers and Clinicians in Dialogue, Los Angeles.
2017 Presenter – “Problems in Training During Periods of Transition.” Education and Oversight Committee Panel, 50th Congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association, Buenos Aires.
2015 Presenter – “The Crisis of Change: A Psychoanalytic Center Moves Downtown.” Panel: “Psychoanalyzing Psychoanalysis: Learning from Consultation to AnalyticInstitutes.” 49th Congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association, Boston.
2015 Chair – “Our Vital Profession”. Keynote paper and panel, Fred Busch presenting. 49th Congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association, Boston.
2017 Invited Speaker – North American Psychoanalytic Confederation (NAPsaC) Clinical Case Conference. American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
2016 Invited Speaker – “Psychoanalysis: Its Relevance to Modern Society.” Winnicott Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis Institute for Psychoanalysis.
2016 Invited Speaker – “Erotic Transference.” Yasmin Roberts Memorial Lecture, Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, MA.
2016 Invited Speaker – “Memorial in Honor of Robert Wallerstein.” Panel, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
2015 Invited Speaker and Chair – “One Dream, Three Perspectives: The Dream and Dreaming in Clinical Practice and Training.” Presidential Symposium, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
2015 Invited Speaker – “Avoiding Collapse: Applying Psychoanalytic Thinking to Organizations in Crisis.” Symposium, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
2015 Discussant – “Working Therapeutically with a Borderline Patient.” Psychotherapist Associates Discussion Group, Pernilla Schweitzer PGY-4, presenting. American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting.
2015 Chair – American Psychoanalytic Association Research Summit, Boston.
2014 Invited Speaker – “Psychoanalysis of the Difficult Patient.” Workshop on Deepening the Treatment, American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting.
2008 Invited Speaker – “Defining Objectives for the Evaluation of Candidate Progression.” Workshop on Curriculum and Didactic Teaching, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
2003 Invited Speaker – “Love in Psychoanalytic Treatment: Its Necessity and Its Perils.” Symposium on Psychoanalysis and Literature, American Comparative Literature Association.
2001 Invited Speaker – “The Experience of Psychoanalytic Training.” Special Panel for Students and Trainees, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
2000 Recorder – “Conflict in Contemporary Clinical Work.” Panel, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
1996 Invited Presenter – Two Day Clinical Workshop, Edgar Levenson discussing. American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting.
1995 Invited Presenter – “Investigating the Menopause: Challenges and Options.” Ruth Lax Discussion Group, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
1995 Recorder – “Hallucinatory Wish Fulfillment.” Panel, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
1991 Invited Presenter – “Psychoanalytic Considerations about Patients with Organic Illness or Major Physical Handicaps.” Pietro Castelnuevo Discussion Group, American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting.
1991 Recorder – “Psychoanalytic Considerations about Patients with Organic Illness or Major Physical Handicaps.” Pietro Castelnuevo Discussion Group, American Psychoanalytic National Meeting.
1991 Invited Presenter – “Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Injury.” First National Rehabilitation Research Work-in-Progress Workshop, University of Alabama.
1990 Invited Presenter – “Applications of Psychoanalytic Principles to Psychiatric Hospital Treatment.” Workshop, American Psychoanalytic Association National Meeting.
1988 Panel Member – “The Toughest Patients: Who Treats Them and How?” Symposium, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
1985 Discussant – “Psychiatric Aspects of Medicine.” Paper Session, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
1985 Chair – “Clinical Interviewing for Second Year Medical Students.” Workshop, American Association of Medical Colleges.
1984 Presenter – Mild Head Injury Conference. Department of Neurosurgery, University of Michigan.
1983 Chair – “Urban Emergency Services: Triage or Treatment?” Issue Workshop, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
1983 Invited Presenter – “Bereavement: The Family at Risk and the Family for Prevention.” Co-Writer, Selby Jacobs. Yale University School of Medicine Conference Honoring Stephen Fleck.
1982 Presenter – “Churches as Partners in Chronic Patients’ Care”. Issue Workshop, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
1982 Presenter – “The Mental Status Exam: A Useful Pedagogical Tool.” Paper Session, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
1981 Presenter – “Boundary Functioning in Disturbed Families.” Paper Session, American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting.
2018 Invited Graduation Speaker – San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis: “Leadership: I hear there is a vacuum!”
2016 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “Command Hallucinations: Threats to Compliance and Threats to Life.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Eleanor Woodward PGY-1 presenting.
2015 Invited Presenter – “In Memory of Robert Wallerstein.” San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.
2014 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “Torturous Voices: The Person Behind the Symptoms.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Inti Flores PGY-1 presenting.
2012 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “The Biopsychosocial Method of Formulation”. Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Nadia Taylor PGY-1 presenting.
2010 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “Trauma, Repetition and Mastery.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Karen Finch PGY-1 presenting.
2009 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “Cultural Diversity in Training and Treatment,” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Elhav Weinstein PGY-1 presenting.
2008 Invited Discussant/Speaker – “Making Sense of the Patient: The Formulation.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital, Anna Molofsky PGY-1 presenting.
2007 Chair and Discussant – Infertility Conference in Honor of Adrienne Applegarth. San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society (Sponsor).
2004 Invited Discussant – “Significant Forgetting: A Clinical Study” by Ruth Malcolm. Scientific Meeting, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society.
2002 Invited Discussant – “Ethical Concerns in Transferred Psychotherapy Cases.” Grand Rounds, UCSF/Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute.
1994 Presenter – “New Directions in the Theory of Female Psychological Development.” Central California Psychiatric Society Annual Meeting on Gender Issues in Treatment.
1993 Invited Presenter – “Office Security Concerns of the Legal Provider.” Panel, Bar Association of San Francisco.
1991 Invited Discussant – “The Evolution of the Concept of Interpretation” by Alan Skolnikoff. Scientific Meeting, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and Society.
1990 Invited Presenter – “Psychiatric Aspects of Closed Head Injury.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital.
1989 Invited Presenter – “Treatment of Violent Patients.” Grand Rounds, San Francisco General Hospital.
1988 Invited Presenter – “Major Mental Illness and its Treatment.” Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco.
1988 Invited Presenter – “Psychiatric Aspects of Closed Head Injury.” First Psychosomatic Grand Rounds, Laguna Honda Hospital.
1987 Invited Presenter – “Principles of Interviewing.” Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco.
1987-90 Invited Presenter – Head Injury and Amnesic Syndromes. Six Consultation- Liaison Conferences (UCSF and SFGH).
1986-87 Invited Presenter – “Emergency Psychiatry.” Two Clinical Conferences, McCauley Neuropsychiatric Institute.
1986 Invited Presenter – “Violence in the Psychiatric Emergency Setting.” Grand Rounds, Langley Porter Institute.
1985 Invited Presenter – “Boundary Assessment of Families: A Tool for Inpatient Clinicians.” Grand Rounds, McCauley Neuropsychiatric Institute.
UCSF School of Medicine:
1995 Chair, Selection Committee for the Dr. Charlotte C. Baer Memorial Award
1994 Selection Committee for the Dr. Charlotte C. Baer Memorial Award
1993-97 Association of Clinical Faculty, Department of Psychiatry Representative
UCSF Department of Psychiatry:
1993-97 Grand Rounds Committee
1991-94 Clinical Faculty Advisory Committee
1988-90 Committee for Training of Medical Residents
1987-88 Clinical Faculty Advisory Committee
1987 Chairman’s Advisory Committee
1986-90 Interviewer, Residency Selection Committee
1986-88 Faculty Council (Vice-Chair 1987-88)
UCSF/SFGH Department of Psychiatry:
1988-90 Chair, Education Committee
1987-90 Chair, Grand Rounds Committee
1986-88 Chair, Psychiatric Emergency Service Renovation Committee
1985-87 Family Task Force
1985-90 Residency Training Committee (Chair 1989-90)
1985-90 Executive Committee
1985-90 Clinical Administrative Committee
1985-90 Research Committee
Yale School of Medicine:
1984-85 Sponsor, Student Chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association
1983 Selection Committee for Dean of the Medical School
1981-85 Status of Women Committee Subcommittees: Statistics on Full-time Faculty, Sexual Harassment Policy
1980-84 Medical School Council (Steering Committee, 1981-84)
Yale University Department of Psychiatry:
1984-85 Supervisory Allocation Committee
1980-85 Undergraduate Education Committee
1980-81 Residency Selection Committee
Yale Connecticut Mental Health Center:
1983-85 Executive Committee, Medical and Professional Staff
1983-85 Credentials Committee
1983-85 Accreditation Committee
COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE:
2005 Consultant, Boyer House Foundation, San Rafael, CA
2002-present Advisory Board, Access Institute for Psychological Services, San Francisco
1990-2013 Board Member, Children’s Psychological Health Center, San Francisco
1987 Consultant, Highland Hospital Medical Staff Special Committee to Review the Department of Psychiatry, Oakland
1985-88 Community Advisory Board, San Francisco General Hospital
1983-85 Board Member, Dixwell-Newhallville (CT) Community Mental Health Center
CONTRIBUTIONS TO DIVERSITY:
2011-13 Consultant, Haiti Rape Prevention Project, Children’s Psychological Health Center
2009, 13, 15 Consultant, Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc.
Formal Scheduled Classes for UCSF students:
Qtr. Acad. Yr. Course No. & Title Nature of Contribution Class Size
W, S 1986 Psychiatry 131 A &B Section Leader 12 Introduction to Clinical Psychiatry
W, S 1987 Psychiatry 131 A & B Section leader and lecturer on interviewing and mental status exam. 140
F 1988 Elective for psychiatric Seminar in audiovisual residents aids: Teaching of interviewing to medical students. 8
W, S 1988 Psychiatry 131 A & B Lecturer on interviewing and mental status exam. Member of course planning committee. 140
W,F 1986 – 90 Diagnostic Interviewing Introduction to psychiatric interviewing for PGY-I residents. 7-8
Additional Teaching at UCSF Dept. of Psychiatry:
1985 – 90 Clinical Case Conferences (SFGH) Monthly rounds to discuss difficult patients with PGY-I Residents (SFGH: inpatient, emergency service, consultation-liaison).
1986 – 90 Introduction to Emergency Organized and supervised a week- Psychiatry long rotation in Psychiatric Emergency Service, SFGH, for PGY-I residents.
1988 – 90 Monthly Chief’s Rounds Interviewed a patient & discussed the psychological aspects of the case with attendings, residents, and medical students assigned to SFGH units.
1990 –2005 Clinical Placement for Hastings Organized and supervised pilot College of the Law (SFGH) project for law students studying psychiatry and the law.
1992–98, 05 Weekly supervision of PGY-2 and PGY-4 residents in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
1994 – 98 Seminar leader for clinical faculty elective (monthly): “Supervision of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.”
2008-present Weekly supervision of PGY-3 or PGY-4 residents in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Teaching at San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute (now Center):
1993 Extension Division: “The Process of Interpretation.”
1994, 95 Extension Division Foundations of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: “Interpretation.”
1994, 95, 02 First year candidates’ curriculum: Three session clinical case resentations.
1996, 97, 98 Second year candidates’ curriculum: “Ego Psychology.”
2000 First year candidates’ curriculum: “Neurosis.”
2003, 04, 05 Second year candidates’ curriculum: “Contemporary Freudian Theory.”
2006, 07, 08 Second year candidates’ curriculum: “Contemporary Freudian Theory.”
2009, 12, 13 First year candidates’ curriculum: “Starting Psychoanalysis.”
2014 Seasoned Clinicians’ Seminar: “Therapeutic Alliance.”
Teaching at Oregon Psychoanalytic Center:
1999, 05, 08 First year candidates’ curriculum: “Structural Theory”.
RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY:
Neuropsychiatric Factors in Injury, HHS Grant #R49/CCP 902270-01, 02. Co-Investigator, 1987-1988, Primary Investigator, 1989-1991.
Violence in the Psychiatric Emergency Room (SFGH): Prevalence and Risk Factors (Co-Investigator), 1988-1990.
Peer Reviewed Publications:
1974 J.H. Kennell, R. Jerauld, H.Wolfe, N. Kreger, W. McAlpine, M. Steffa, M. Klaus. Maternal behavior one year after early and extended post-partum contact. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 16: 172-179.
1985 C.A. Opsahl, H. Wolfe, D.B. Marcotte, H. Leigh. Multifaceted assessment of bio-psychosocial skills. Journal of Psychiatric Education 9: 66-72.
1989 H.L.Wolfe, J.L. Sorenson. Dual diagnosis in the urban psychiatric emergency room. Journal of Psychiatric Drugs 21: 169-175.
1990 D.E. McNeil, C. Hatcher, H. Zeiner, H.L. Wolfe, R.S. Myers. Characteristics of persons referred by police to the psychiatric emergency room. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 42: 425-427.
1991 D.E. McNeil, R.S. Myers, H.K. Zeiner, H.L.Wolfe, C. Hatcher. The role of violence in decisions about hospitalization from the psychiatric emergency room. American Journal of Psychiatry 149: 207-212.
Non-Peer Reviewed Publications:
1983 B. Astrachan, H.L. Wolfe: The evolution of mental health policy: A 40-year overview. Yale Psychiatric Quarterly (Spring): 4-14.
1986 J.L. Young, H.L. Wolfe, E. Doram. Planning and development a therapy group for chronic patients. Yale Psychiatric Quarterly (Summer): 4-13.
1990 W.H. Sledge, P.B. Lieberman, H.L. Wolfe, D. Quinlin. Distress among interns. (Brief Communications) Academic Medicine: 608.
2012 H.L. Wolfe, Contributor: Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts. Auchincloss, E., Samberg, E. (Eds). New Haven: Yale University Press.
2013 H.L. Wolfe, Commentary: “The Creative Thrust: A Psychoanalytic Theory.” In: The Rangell Reader, Kalish, B.I., Fisher, C. (Eds). New York: International Psychoanalytic Books, 249-253.
1992 H.L. Wolfe. Review of: Psychodynamic Psychiatry: Theory and Practice, Volumes I and II by John Frosch, M.D. Madison, CT: IUP 1990. In Psychoanalytic Quarterly 62: 633-636.
2013 H.L. Wolfe. Review of: Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice by N. Chodorow. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 61: 181-186.
1981 H. Wolfe. Boundary functioning in disturbed families. Scientific Proceedings, APA Annual Meeting, 1981, 189.
1982 H. Wolfe. The mental status exam: A useful pedagogical tool. Scientific Proceedings, APA Annual Meeting, 1982, 286-287.
1985 J. Young, H. Wolfe, L.S. Aist, R.G. Anderson, M.E. Wence. Churches as partners in chronic patients’ care. Scientific Proceedings, APA Annual Meeting, 1985, 210.
1986 H. Wolfe, S.M. Goldfinger, J.T. Hopkin, R.E. Feinstein. Urban emergency services: Triage or treatment? Scientific Proceedings, APA Annual Meeting, 1986, 288-289.
1983 H.L. Wolfe. “Psychiatric Interviewing.” IN: Core Readings in Psychiatry; An Annotated Reading List, eds. M.H. Sacks, W.H. Sledge, P. Rubinton. New York: Praeger, 235-242.
1985 H.L. Wolfe, B.M. Astrachan. “Community Mental Health Services.” IN: Psychiatry, ed. C. Cavenar, Jr. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Vol. 3, Ch. 5, 1-14.
1987 H.L Wolfe, B.M. Astrachan, D.J. Scherl. “Psychiatric Practice in Organized Health and Proprietary Care Systems.” IN: Prospective Payment and Psychiatric Care, eds. D.J. Scherl, J. English, S.S. Scharfstein. Washington: APA Press, 155-167.
2018 W. Myerson, H. Wolfe, L. Hirschhorn, D. Myerson, E. Fruge. “Consultation to Organizations.” In: Textbook of Applied Psychoanalysis, Akhtar, S., Twemlow, S.W. (Eds.) London and New York: Routledge, 239-252.
Public Service Publications:
1989 G. Kliman, H. Wolfe, E. Oklan. “My Earthquake Story – A Guided Activity Workbook for Children, Families and Teachers”. San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Trauma Center.
1990 G. Kliman, H. Wolfe, A. Oklan. “My Tornado Story.” San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
1991 G. Kliman, E. Oklan, H. Wolfe. “My Story about the Gulf War.” San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
2001 G. Kliman, E. Oklan, H. Wolfe. “My Book about the Attack on America – A Guided Activity Workbook”. San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
2003 G. Kliman, H. Wolfe, E. Oklan. “My Book about War and Terrorism: A Guided Activity Workbook for Children, Families and Teachers.” San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
2005 G. Kliman, E. Oklan, A. Oklan, H. Wolfe, J. Kliman. “My Personal Story about Hurricane Katrina and Rita.” Licensed and revised by Mercy Corp; Spanish derivative editions by Mercy Corps. Portland: Mercy Corps.
2007 G. Kliman, E. Oklan, H. Wolfe. “My Personal Story about Being Homeless.” San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
2012 G. Kliman, E. Oklan, H. Wolfe, J. Kliman, J. Tierman. “My Personal Story about the Tornados–Elementary through High School.” San Francisco: The Children’s Psychological Health Center.
ACADEMIC AND PRACTICE ADDRESS:
Harriet L. Wolfe, M.D. 2105 Divisadero Street San Francisco, CA 94115 Office: 415.921.1046 Fax: 415.749.2802 firstname.lastname@example.org