GERALD F. RONNING, M.D.
-Doctor of Medicine, University of Minnesota (1964)
-Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota (1964)
-Bachelor of Arts, University of Minnesota (1961)
- Fellow, Research Training Program International Psychoanalytical
Ass’n Yale Univ. 2004- present
-Fellow, Research Training Program, International Psychoanalytical
Ass’n London 2002- present
-Candidate: Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
-Candidate: Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, Illinois
-Psychiatry, University of Minnesota
-Neurology, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
-Neuropathology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia
University, New York
-Jones Fellowship in Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota,
-Mixed Medicine, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS, RESEARCH & AND PUBLICATIONS (representative)
-Freudian Theory Class, Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Insititute, 2018
-Psychological Trauma In Children, Adolescent And Young Adults: Defnition And Treatment, Minnesota Society for Adolescent Psychiatry 2006
-“Linguistic Markers of Therapeutic Process andDevelopmental change in Adolescence”: Implications For DSM V The Dimensional Frame 2005
-"Linguistic Markers of Therapeutic Process and Developmental change in Adolescence" SPR 2014 International Conference Copenhagen, Denmark June 25-28.
-"Adolescent Violence and the Predictive Patterns of Language"
at the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) UK Conference, St. Anne' College, Oxford University, September 12, 13, 14, 2013.
-"Adolescent Violence And The Predictive Patterns Of Language" European Symposium of Suicide & Suicidal Behavior
Tel Aviv-Jaffa Israel September 3-6 2012
-"Joseph Noshpitz's Journey of Child Adolescent Development, September 16, 2011, Chair, David W. Cline, Professor Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota, Berlin, Germany.
-“Patterns of Language, Developmental Lines and Outcome”, Presented to -Colloquium 2010, Anna Freud Center, London SPR UK Conference Oxford 12-14 Sept 2010 "Adolescent Violence and the predictive patterns of language"
-"Patterns of Language And The Role OF Extrnalizing and Internalizing Behavior In Adolescent and Young Adult Development",
presented to the Fellows of the Research Training Program at the
46th Congress of the International Psychoanaytical Association
July 29, 2009
-Adolescent Violence; What We're Missing". Society For Psychotherapy
Research, Edinburgh, 2006.
-”Violence, Gender and Outcome: New Research Presentation, World
-Psychiatric Association, Florence, Italy, 2004. and RAAPA, New York,
- “His Name Is Today”. A documentary of the Regional WAIMH
in Riga, Latvia, June 1994. Accepted for showing at the WAIMH.
Conference in Helsinki, Finland, 1996
- “Anxiety and Phobias, Gerald F. Ronning, Family Medicine (House
Officer Series) Williams and Wilkins (publication, 1997)
-”Persephone Project: An Ontological Model”-presentation: Third
International Psychoanalytic Symposium, Delphi, Greece (1992)
-”Psychoanalysis, Complementarity and Primary Care”-presentation:
6th annual IFPE Conference, (1995), Toronto, and to the Research Seminars, University of Minnesota, Department of Family Practice and Community Medicine (1995)-”
-The Snowman”-presentation: World Association of Infant Mental Health Regional Conference, Riga, Latvia (1994) (video documentary)
-”I’d Like to Meet Him, Too...A Lecture by Dr. Louis Shapiro”-
various sites inc. Chicago, Mpls./St.Paul, New York (video documentary)
-Remembering, Retelling and Lies” - multi-media presentation of
analytic theory and film: Minnesota Psychoanalytic Foundation (1994)
-Instructor, Minnesota Psychoanalytic Institute (2018)
-Research Associate, Children, Youth and Family Consortium,
University of Minnesota (2004-2018)
- Assistant Professor (clinical), University of Illinois, Chicago,
Department of Psychiatry (1996-).
-Faculty, Psychoanalytic Training Program, Minnesota Psychoanalytic Study Group
-Assistant Professor, Department of Family Practice and Community Medicine, University of Minnesota (1976-1994)
-Assistant Professor, Department of Family Practice and Community Medicine, University of Minnesota. Resident Education, clinical consultation, supervision of staff, program development and faculty development at five residency sites (1994-1995)
-Associate Professor (clinical), Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota (1973-1992)
-North Memorial Family Practice Center. Teaching seminars for second and third year residents (1991)
-Family Practice Clinic, University of Minnesota; Bethesda Family Physicians. Consultant (1976-1994)
-Coordinator, Behavioral Science Program, Bethesda Lutheran Hospital, Department of Family Practice, University of Minnesota. Principle InvestigatorNIMH Grant 5T31MH15467 (1978-1981)
-A.K. Rice Institute, Minnesota Group Relations Center. Jointly sponsored Group Relations Conference-University of Minnesota and Wilder Child Guidance Clinic (1975)
-Forest Hospital, Des Plaines, Illinois. Consultant, Group Relations Conference (1974)
PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
-Private Practice, Psychiatry, and Psychoanalysis, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota (July 1976- present, continuous)
--Lead Psychiatrist, Adolescent Treatment Program, United Hospitals, St. Paul, (1998-2003)
-Medical Director, Crisis Intervention Program, Bethesda Lutheran Hospital, St. Paul,MN (1976-1987)
-United Hospitals, St. Paul, Minnesota: Courtesy Staff
-Ramsey County Mental Health Center, St. Paul, Minnesota: Staff Psychiatrist (1972-1974)
-Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota: Liaison Psychiatrist (1974-1975 -University of Minnesota Hospitals, Minneapolis, MN
-Staff Neurologist, U.S. Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, California (1968-1969)
-Neurologist, U.S. Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Illinois (1969-1970)
SOCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PSYCHIATRY (on request)
- Gold Award, 1997 Charleston International Film Festival, in the medical health category, for “His Name Is Today”, a documentary interpretation of the Riga/WAIMH Conference on the Mental Health of Infants, Children and Families.
-Bronze award 1998, Worldfest, Flagstaff for “His Name Is Today” in Public Health Category
-The Communicator Award of Distinction for “His Name is Today”.
-”The Riga Project”: support for psychoanalytic research project into a developmental model that can be applied to diverse systems: University of Minnesota, Department of Family
Practice and Community Health.
-”The Riga Project”: support for filming in Riga, Latvia : Kellogg, Inc (Riga) ATA Airlines.
-Behavioral Science Program, Bethesda Lutheran Hospital, Department of Family Practice NIMH-5T31MH15467
CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (certified in Psychiatry, 1984) Board Eligible in Neurology.
-Fellow, Research Training Program, International Psychoanalytical Association
-Minesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
-Minnesota Psychoanalytic Study Group
-Minnesota Medical Association
-Ramsey County Medical Society
-Society for Psychotherapy Research
-Psychoanalytic Pychotherapy Research Society
-Research Associate, American Psychoanalyic Society
-Research Associate, Children, Youth and Family Consortium University of Minnesota
-Minnesota Academy of Medicine.
-New York (2006-present)