Corinne Masur, Psy. D.
, is a child and adult psychoanalyst and an adult supervising analyst. She co-founded The Parent Child Center of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Center for Psychoanalytic Education and The Philadelphia Declaration of Play. She is on the faculty of both The Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia and of The Institute for Relational Psychoanalysis of Philadelphia. In addition, Dr. Masur publishes a blog, www.thoughtfulparenting.org, where clinicians and parents can discuss ways of responding to children’s experiences, emotions and needs. In addition to authoring multiple journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Masur has edited two recent books, Flirting With Death: Psychoanalysts Consider Mortality (2018) and Finding the Piggle: Reconsidering D.W. Winnicott’s Most Famous Child Case (2021); a third book, When Children Grieve, is in press. Dr. Masur has been in private practice for over thirty years, seeing mothers and infants, children, adolescents and adults.