Brief History on The Center for Object Relations

The Center for Object Relations began as a few independent clinicians with a curiosity about British Object Relations theory. That curiosity grew, as well as expanded, and developed into a community of clinicians and individuals that would regularly meet, discuss cases, and invite others in to learn and share experience. While there has been a lot of change over the last three decades, Center for Object Relations continues to hold close to the value of remaining a welcoming community of individuals with a curiosity to engage this practice of “listening to one’s self listening to another” with humility and honestly. In the words of our founding president Mel Knight, “We’re all learning here.”

COR Through the Years