Steven H. Knoblauch Ph.D. is an internationally recognized clinician, teacher and lecturer on  psychoanalysis and psychotherapy with emphasis on the interaction between the unconscious, the body and the social.  He is Clinical Adjunct Associate Professor at the Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University and faculty/supervisor at The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity.  Additionally he has been a guest lecturer/teacher for institutes in North and South America,  Africa,  Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East.   He is author of The Musical Edge of Therapeutic Dialogue (2000), Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity (2021), and co-author with Beebe, Rustin and Sorter of Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment (2005).  He serves on the editorial boards of Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, and Psychoanalysis, Self and Context.  

For 18 years prior to entering psychoanalytic training, Steven worked in Community Mental Health in various community based programs. As an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, he worked as a volunteer with the Community Involvement Council with potential gang members using music and sports to develop alternative forms of membership and teamwork.  From 1975 to 1988 he worked at The Door, an internationally recognized model program for comprehensive person centered service delivery to inner city adolescents. His roles there included clinician, supervisor and trainer/consultant to organization/clients globally. After the 9/11 event in New York,  he worked with Emanuel Ghent’s daughter, Valerie and a variety of New York based musicians/artists, as a trainer and supervisor in the development and implementation of Feel The Music, a program for families who lost family members in that tragedy.  From 2022 to 2023 he served as a supervisor for The Women’s Prison Association in New York.