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Corinne Masur Psy.D.


Corinne Masur, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. For over forty years she has treated young children and their parents, adolescents and adults. She runs parenting groups, she is on the faculty of The Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia and she has written about early childhood bereavement, the development of trust in childhood, depression, mortality and many other subjects. For her 2021 book, Finding the Piggle: Reconsidering D. W. Winnicott's Most Famous Child Case, she won the Gradiva Award for the best edited book in psychoanalysis. She has also written three other books: Flirting With Death: Psychoanalysts Reconsider Mortality, When Children Grieve: Psychoanalytic Understanding and Technique and the soon to be published, How Children Grieve: What Adults Miss and What They Can Do to Help.

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