Dr Des Rosiers is Director of the Transitional Day Program of the Department of Psychiatry at the Montreal General Hospital of The MUHC. She received her training at the Université de Sherbrooke and at McGill. At the MUHC, she leads a seminar for psychiatry residents on Humanities in Psychiatry, which deals with issues of language, philosophy, ethics, as well as political and social issues in the practice of psychiatry. She is currently in training at the Société Psychanalytique de Montréal, and she supervises residents in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
desrosie [at] med.mcgill.ca (email)
Des Rosiers P. (1993). Separation-individuation issues in sister transference, Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 21(2), 273-289.
Des Rosiers, P. (1999). Repetition of the mother-infant dyad and the process of dying in the psychotherapy of an HIV-positive man. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry, 27(2), 191-203.
Des Rosiers, P., Charney, D. A., Russell, R. C., Galbaud du Fort, G. & Boothroyd, L. J. (1998). Teaching on gender-related issues; a survey of psychiatry faculty and residents. Medical Education, 32(5), 522-526.
Vida, S., Monks, R. C., & Des Rosiers, P. (2002). Prevalence and correlates of elder abuse and neglect in a geriatric psychiatry service. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 47(5), 459-467.
Des Rosiers P. (2004). Le piège d’un transfert érotique, Prisme, 43, 98-107.