Objective

Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst Dr. Mali Mann practices and teaches in the San Francisco Bay Area. She provides qualified mental health care from her offices in Palo Alto and San Francisco , treating children, adolescents, adults, and families. As a physician, Dr. Mali Mann believes in the importance of relieving emotional pain through the establishment of rapport, working alliance with an aim in developing insight with her patients. As a psychoanalyst, Dr. Mann applies an approach that draws from her interest and experiential background in attachment and object-relation theories and in transference phenomenon, as well as her keen attention in the role of language in transference relationship. Dr. Mali Mann also helps teach a new generation of mental health professionals as an adjunct clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Additionally, she chaired the Association of Clinical Faculty Council for the last five years and is a member of the Department's Adjunct Clinical Faculty Appointments and Promotions as well as Residency Selection Committee. In 2012, she received the Long-Standing Service Award for 30 Years of Clinical Faculty Service from Stanford. Beyond these responsibilities, Dr. Mali Mann trains and supervises clinicians at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, the China American Psychoanalytic Alliance, and the San Mateo Psychiatry Residency Program. A leading professional in her field, she has served on numerous local, national, and international committees. Dr. Mann has done extensive work with the American Psychoanalytic Association

Education

Experience

Private Practice

Adult, Adolescent, and Child Psychiatrist

July 1985 - Jan 1986 | New York, US


Mali Mann, M.D.

Adjunct Clinical Professor at Stanford University

Jan 1986 - Present | New York

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