G. Stephen Rosenblum, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
G. Stephen Rosenblum, 71, who had a private psychiatry and psychoanalysis practice in the District for more than 30 years, died Oct. 12 at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
He had lymphoma, said his wife, Carol Rosenblum.
In addition to his private practice, Dr. Rosenblum taught and was a training and supervising psychoanalyst at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis for nearly 20 years. He was a clinical professor and coordinator of psychotherapy at George Washington University’s medical school and was named professor emeritus in 2010.
Gerald Stephen Rosenblum was born in New York City and was a 1963 graduate of Amherst College in Massachusetts. In 1967, he graduated from Columbia University’s medical school. He completed an internship at what is now Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and his residency in psychiatry at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in Manhattan.
He served in the Army from 1971 to 1973 and then moved to Potomac.
He received the American Psychoanalytic Association’s Edith Sabshin Teaching Award.
He was a past president of the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis and a member of Bethesda Country Club.
Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Carol Suchman Rosenblum of Potomac; two children, Karen Richards of Philadelphia and Eric Rosenblum of Nederland, Colo.; and five grandchildren.
— Megan McDonough