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Léon Wurmser Léon Wurmser (; born 31 January 1931, Zurich) is a Swiss psychoanalyst, now Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at West Virginia University and a training and supervising analyst of the New York Freudian Society.
Léon Wurmser He is the author of more than 350 scientific papers, 15 books, and several book chapters and essays. His works deal with issues of masochism and depression, focusing on problems of shame, guilt, resentment, and the "archaic superego," both in the individual and in culture, religion, and history. Wurmser has written papers and one book on Judaism: "The World of Ideas and Values of Judaism: A Psychoanalytic View" (published in German). He also deals with the understanding and treatment of drug addicts, drawing on his experience running drug rehabilitation programs for addicts. In recent years, he has published several papers and one book on jealousy and envy, in partnership with German psychoananalyst Dr. Heidrun Jarass.
Léon Wurmser He currently resides in Towson, Maryland, where he maintains a private practice. He supervises colleagues in the United States and in Europe in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. He lectures in Europe and is an honorary member of a number of psychoanalytic societies in Germany and in Austria.
Meyrav Wurmser Meyrav Wurmser is an Israeli-born, American neoconservative political executive. She is married to Swiss-American David Wurmser, former Middle East Adviser to US Vice President Dick Cheney. She was formerly a Senior Fellow at the US think tank, the Hudson Institute.
David Wurmser Wurmser has a Ph.D. in international relations from Johns Hopkins University. In 2008, Wurmser was listed as a member of the board of advisors of the Endowment for Middle East Truth, a group which was involved in the distribution of over 20 million DVDs of the film "" in swing states prior to the 2008 US Presidential election. Wurmser is the founder of the Delphi Global Analysis Group, which aims to provide quality, in-depth consulting with a select group of clients to give them a competitive advantage on all affairs related to political risk.
David Wurmser Wurmser has been credited as being one of the main authors of the 1996 report "", a paper prepared for incoming Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. This advocated pre-emptive strikes against Iran and Syria, the removal of Saddam Hussein from Iraq and the abandonment of traditional "land for peace" negotiations with Palestinians.
David Wurmser After the September 11, 2001 attacks, Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith appointed Wurmser and veteran defense analyst Michael Maloof as a two-man Pentagon intelligence unit. One of their products, days after the attacks, was a memo that suggested "hitting targets outside the Middle East in the initial offensive" or a "non-Al Qaeda target like Iraq." In the memo, U.S. attacks in Latin America and Southeast Asia were portrayed as a way to catch terrorists off guard when they were expecting an assault on Afghanistan. Wurmser and Maloof arguably contributed to the war on terror by sifting through top secret daily intelligence documents for a link between Al Qaeda and Iraqi government leadership. Maloof and Wurmser gave their findings to the Bush Administration, which used them to claim that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and ties to terrorism. Neither claim has shown to be true, per the Senate Report on Pre-war Intelligence on Iraq.
Léon Wurmser In 2004, Wurmser was awarded the "Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association"'s Journal Prize for a paper titled "Psychoanalytic Reflections on 9/11, Terrorism and Genocidal Prejudice: Roots and Sequels".
Léon Wurmser Wurmser, Leon, Jarass, Heidrun, ed., "Nothing Good is Allowed to Stand - An Integrative View of the Negative Therapeutic Reaction" - Routledge, 2013