Dr. Amir Hossein Jalali Nadoushan

Psychiatrist, Psychoanalytical Psychotherpist, Group Analyst

Dr. Amir Hossein Jalali Nadoushan is an experienced psychiatrist with over 13 years of expertise in the field. He holds the prestigious title of being the first-ranking national board and has been an assistant professor of psychiatry since 2009. Dr. Jalali Nadoushan specializes in psychodynamic psychotherapy, a therapeutic approach he has been practicing since 2010.

His educational background includes graduating from the psychodynamic psychotherapy program at the Tehran Center for Psychoanalytic Stardust. Additionally, he completed an online course in interpersonal psychodynamic psychotherapy from the William Alonso White Institute in New York, United States.

Dr. Jalali Nadoushan has had the privilege of working alongside renowned professionals in the field of psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy, such as Dr. Spyros Orphanos, the president of the postdoctoral program in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy at NYU, and Susan Warsaw, a relational psychoanalyst based in New York. He is also a proud member of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.

In recognition of his contributions to the field, Dr. Jalali Nadoushan was awarded the fellowship program of the American Psychoanalytic Association in 2019. His passion for bridging the gap between different cultures and understanding the cultural aspects of psychiatric disorders and psychodynamic psychotherapy in Iran has fueled his research endeavors and led him to present lectures at various national and international seminars.

Recently, Dr. Jalali Nadoushan served as the scientific secretary of the Fourth Iranian Congress of Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He is also the founder and secretary of the Davidian Award for Young Psychiatrists, which aims to recognize and encourage the development of young talents in the field.

Furthermore, he has been actively involved in the Iranian Congress of Psychiatry, serving as the deputy secretary of the 36th congress. Additionally, he played a significant role as a main member in the first and second Iranian Congress of Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.

Dr. Jalali Nadoushan’s commitment to promoting dialogue and understanding between different schools and ideas led him and his colleagues to establish the Monjeh Educational Group for Comparative Approaching Psychoanalysis in Iran. This institute aims to foster multiple voices, tolerance, and peace within the field of psychoanalysis.

In addition to his clinical practice and academic achievements, Dr. Jalali Nadoushan has also made contributions to the field through his translations of important psychotherapy books from English to Farsi. Notably, he has translated “Psychodynamic Formulation” by Deborah Cabanis et al. And “Utilization of Psychodynamic Theories in Family Setting.” Currently, he is working on translating two more books.

Overall, Dr. Amir Hossein Jalali Nadoushan is a psychiatrist, dedicated educator, and passionate advocate for psychodynamic psychotherapy, community psychiatry, trauma, and cultural understanding in psychiatric disorders. His contributions and commitment to the field continue to make a significant impact on the mental health community in Iran and beyond.

Dr. Amir Hossein Jalali Nadoushan’s dedication to psychiatric research and his involvement in various organizations is truly commendable. His recent appointment as a member of the board of directors of the Iranian Psychiatric Association showcases his expertise and influence in the field. Additionally, his commitment to supporting individuals with autism through his involvement in non-governmental organizations demonstrates his compassion and desire to make a positive impact on society.