I am a MD, PhD, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in practice in Paris. My doctorate in fundamental psychopathology  was on the psychoanalytical approach to awakening from coma. My dissertation to obtain the qualification as a psychiatrist was on the subject of the psychotherapeutic function of the GP, along the lines of the work by Michael Balint. I am member of the Société de Psychanalyse Freudienne, the Société Médicale Balint, and a Balint Group "leader". I was also associate researcher in INSERM Unit 669 and « chargé de cours » in Angers University and Paris V (Department of psychology).  I am in the editorial board of In Analysis.
I have published several books and numerous papers in psychoanalytic, medical, psychiatric and political-cultural journals.  I have also published chapters in collective books. I have coordinated numerous issues of different specialised journals, and organised numerous conferences on the psychopathology of brain-damaged patients, medical ethics, filiation , transmission, identity etc. I have conducted research on the psychopathology of brain-damaged patients, and on family relationships in this setting. I have taken part in the creation of several centres for brain-damaged patients, and in public health action in this area, and I have promoted the development of psychotherapeutic follow-up for brain-damaged patients and their families.
Main books
« Mémoire de l’absence, clinique psychanalytique des réveils de coma » H. Oppenheim-Gluckman, Masson Ed,1996.

« La pensée naufragée, clinique psychopathologique des patients cérébro-lésés », H. Oppenheim-Gluckman, Anthropos 2°Ed, 2006.

« Héritiers de l’exil et de la Shoah, entretiens avec des petits-enfants de Juifs venus de Pologne » (avec D. Oppenheim), Ramonville Sainte Agne, Eres, 2006

Lire Michael Balint, un clinicien pragmatique, Paris, Ed SPF-Campagne Première, 2006, translated in English : Reading Michael Balint, A pragmatic clinician, Routledge, April 2015

« Vivre avec un traumatisé crânien, guide à l’usage des familles et des proches » (ed H.Oppenheim-Gluckman), Paris,  ed CTNERHI-CRFTC, 2007

« Quand Papa ou maman a une blessure au cerveau », livret destiné aux enfants et adolescents avec un parent cérébro-lésé, Paris, ed CRFTC, 2008 (ed H.Oppenheim-Gluckman)

Lire Sandor Ferenczi, un disciple turbulent, H.Oppenheim-Gluckman, Paris, éditions Campagne Première, 2010

Some last publications: Oppenheim-Gluckman H. Perceptions of links between family history and the experience of illness among brain-damaged patients and their families. Ann Phys Rehabil Med (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2015.02.002 et Oppenheim-Gluckman H, de Collasson P. Histoire familiale et vécu de la maladie chez les patients avec une lésion cérébrale acquise et leurs proches. L’Information psychiatrique 2015 ; 91 : 391-402 doi:10.1684/ipe.2015.1345; Psychanalyse et cognition, In Analysis, In Analysis 1 (2017) 113–119 ; débate : Les impensés de la psychanalyse et l'histoire, lettres de la SPF, n° 37, 2017, p. 127-147.
Chapter of books: "A propos de l'analyse de Guntrip par DW Winnicott" in "Winnicott notre contemporain" (Laura Dethiville eds), Paris,  ed Campagne première, 2015
"Au carrefour de cinq générations", in "vivre ensemble, jeunes et vieux, un défi à relever", ss la dir de C Bergeret Amselek, Toulouse, Eres, 2015; Lésion cérébrale et identité, in Handicap, une identité entre-deux, (eds S Korff Sausse, M Araneda), Eres, 2017
Education
MD (Paris VI), PhD (Paris VII)
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
My researches  concern
-the psychic effects of coma, brain lesions, somatic diseases and disabilities,
- the relationship between psychoanalysis and medicine and between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis,
- the trans-generational transmission of trauma, identity and values,  and the psychic effects of wars, genocides, violence etc…
- the diffusion of psychoanalysis and psychoanalysis in the contemporary world  and the practice of the "analytical act" outside the standard psychoanalytic cure.
- destructivity and mass murders
Personal Interests
literature, drama, music, painting, walking, cross-country skiing.