Daniel Sapen received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University, and his Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from Vassar College. He currently has a private, integrative psychotherapy practice in Long Island, New York, and has extensive experience in community mental health, schools for emotionally and developmentally disabled children, and nursing homes and rehabilitation centers treating geriatric and physical trauma issues. Musically, Sapen is a multi-instrumentalist (drums, saxophones, piano), composer, and poet-lyricist, and has written reviews and essays on jazz and audio for Earshot and Listener magazines. He is married with a young daughter.
In Freud's Lost Chord, Dan Sapen explores what it means for the development of depth psychology that Freud was perplexed by music, and unlike nearly every other aspect of human life, had little to... (more)