Curriculum Vitae

Shahla Chehrazi, M.D.

Diplomate in Psychiatry,
American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry
CURRICULUM VITAE

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LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

Psychoanalyst (Child and Adolescent), American Psychoanalytic Association 1991
Psychoanalyst (Adult), American Psychoanalytic Association 1986
Diplomate, American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry Certification No. 21819 1981
Medical License, California: AO 30503 1976 (Current)
Medical License, Kansas 1974

EDUCATION

San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Clinical Associate in Child Psychoanalysis 1986 – 1990
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Clinical Associate in Psychoanalysis 1977 – 1986
Menninger School of Psychiatry, Resident – Child Psychiatry 1973 – 1975
Menninger School of Psychiatry, Resident – Psychiatry 1970 – 1973
University of Chicago, Medical Intern 1969 – 1970
University of Tehran School of Medicine Medical Degree 1966 – 1969
University of Tehran, B.A., Premedical Studies, summa cum laude 1963 – 1966

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

International Congress on Women’s Health IssuesBoard of Directors 2012-Present
American Psychoanalytic AssociationCommittee on Preschool Children 1990 – Present
San Francisco Psychoanalytic InstituteChild Development Committe 1988 – Present
Northern California Psychiatric Society Education Committee 1983 – 1984
San Francisco Psychoanalytic InstituteFaculty, Extension Division Seminars 1981 – present
Northern California Psychiatry SocietyCounselor 1981 – 1983
Northern California Psychiatry SocietyChairperson, Committee on Women 1978 – 1984

POSITIONS AND TEACHING APPOINTMENTS

Current

California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Attending Faculty and Residency Supervisor 2000 – present
Early Childhood Mental Health Program, Burnett Children’s Center (Children ages 2-5 years), Consultant 2000 – present
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Ongoing seminar: “Child Analysis, Childhood Psychopathology, and Child Development” 1990 – present
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Faculty 1990 – present
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute-Conducted lecture and discussion: “Female Development” 1980
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, Extension Division: Conducting seminars for Bay Area mental health professionals 1980 – present
Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine Supervisor of Psychiatric Residents 1979 – present
Private Practice of Child and Adult Psychiatry 1978 – present
University of California, San Francisco Associate Clinical Professor, Psychiatry 1977 – present

Prior

Burnett Children’s Center, Early Childhood Mental Health Program Program Director 1995 – 2000
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute (Infant Toddler Consortium) Conducted seminar: “Mental Health Issues in Child Care” 1989 – 1992
Children’s Hospital of San Francisco Pre-School Program, Consultant 1988 – 1993
Child and Family Treatment Center Assistant Medical Director 1980 – 1983
Children’s Hospital of San Francisco Supervision of Psychiatric Residents 1979 – 1992
Youth Guidance Center, Juvenile Court, San Francisco Consultant in Psychiatry 1978 – 1980

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Psychoanalytic Association 1980 – present
Northern California Psychiatry Association 1976 – present
Regional Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 1976 – present
American Psychiatric Association 1975 – present
California Medical Association 1982 – 1998

UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC SERVICES

San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Foundation for Psychoanalysis, Member 1996 – 2000
Parent Education Committee, Bacich Elementary School,Chairperson, Kentfield, CA 1992 – 1997
Oaks Children’s Center, Board of Directors 1990 – 1993
University of California, San Francisco, Saha Project on Immigrant and Minority Health Consultant 1984 – 1997
Center for the New Americans, Advisory Board 1984 – 1990

INVITED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

The 19th International Council on Women’s Health Issues “Autism: Early Recognition and Treatment of Infants and Toddlers”Bangkok, Thailand November 2012
California Pacific Medical Center Grand Rounds, Pre-Autism: Early Recognition and Treatment of Infants and Toddlers (Part 1). San Francisco, CA January 2009
The 17th International Council on Women’s Health Issues, Psychological Abuse of Very Young Girls: A Model of Early Intervention. Gabarone, Botswana July 2008
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, Autism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Early Recognition and Treatment of Infants and Toddlers. Conference Chair. San Francisco, CA April 2008
American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting, The Child Analyst in the Inner City. San Francisco, CA June 2004
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute Child Colloquium:Therapeutic Classroom,” A Model of Early Intervention. San Francisco, CA April 2003
Therapeutic Classroom Grows in San Francisco,” The American Psychoanalyst – Volume 33, No. 4,Page 31-34 2001
California Pacific Medical Center, Grand Rounds “Innovative Pathways to Structuralization in Preschool Children: Implications for Adult Therapy.” San Francisco, CA 2000
The 11th International Congress on Women’s Health Issues “Breaking Down the Cycle of Poverty and Isolation in Women.” San Francisco, CA 2000
The American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Fall Meeting “Therapeutic Classroom: Psychoanalytically Oriented Intervention In an Inner City Preschool.” New York, NY 1998
The Ninth International Congress on Women’s Health Issues Bicultural Identification: The Emergence, Conflict, and Integration of the Bicultural Self.” Alexandria, Egypt 1998
Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine Grand Rounds “Genital Awareness in a 3 ½ Year Old Girl.” San Francisco, CA 1994
ROCAP Annual Meeting, “Gender and the Psychotherapeutic Process.” Carmel, CA 1994
American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting, “Psychosocial Issues in Daycare: Update on Infant Care.” New Orleans, LA 1990
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute: “Female Psychology – A Review.” San Francisco, CA 1985
Northern California Psychiatric Society Paper: “Motherhood and Career.” Napa, CA 1985
Children’s Hospital of San Francisco, Workshop: “Theories of Female Development – Implications for Psychotherapy.” San Francisco, CA 1984
Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine Grand Rounds “An Integration of Feminist and Psychoanalytic Theory.” San Francisco, CA 1983
California Psychiatric Association Panel, “Women and Depression.” Monterey, CA 1981
Northern California Psychiatric Society “On Intellectual Inhibitions in Women.” 1980
American Psychiatric Association“Female Development.” San Francisco, CA 1980
Northern California Psychiatric Society Panel “Current Issues in Female Psychology.” Monterey, CA 1979
American Psychoanalytic Association “Clinical Aspects of Penis Envy.” New York, NY 1978
Northern California Psychiatric Society Panel “Old and New Myths About Women.” Yosemite, CA 1978

PUBLICATIONS

Chehrazi, Shahla, “Psychological Reaction to Abortion,” Journal of the American Women’s Association, 34 (7), (1979): 287 – 297

Chehrazi, Shahla,Female Psychology – A Review,” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 34 (1), (1986): 141 – 162

Chehrazi, Shahla (Ed.), Psychosocial Issues in Daycare, American Psychiatric Press (1990)

Chehrazi, Shahla, Daycare for Early Preschool Children: Implications for Child and Family (1993)

Diplomate, American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry