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Edward J Khantzian

Edward J. Khantzian, MD, is a part-time professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a founding member of the Department of Psychiatry at The Cambridge Hospital. He has spent more than forty years studying psychological factors associated with drug and alcohol abuse. Dr. Khantzian is a practicing psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, participant in numerous clinical research studies on substance abuse, and lecturer and writer on psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and substance abuse problems.

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