Dean Ida Roldán maintains a private practice in Chicago, providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults; she is bilingual/bi-cultural and specializes in working with Latino populations. She also provides private clinical consultation and is a consultant at Cathedral Counseling Center. Dr. Roldan served on the Board of Trustees of ICSW and has been an ICSW faculty member since September 2008. Dr. Roldan is Vice-Chair of the Broad of Trustees at Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Alternative High School.
Areas of Interest & Approaches to Practice
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis with individuals – Young Adults and Adults; Specific Issues: Relational difficulties, HIV-AIDS and Immigration related issues.
- B.S.W., University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
- M.S.W., University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
- Ph.D., Institute of Clinical Social Work, Chicago, IL
- Psychoanalytic Training, National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York, NY
- L.C.S.W., Illinois
Courses Taught at ICSW
- CL 661: Psychodynamic Approaches to Difference
- CL 511: Case Conference I
- CL 512: Case Conference II
Additional Faculty Roles
- Research Advising
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
- National Association of Social Workers
- International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology
- International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
- American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work
- American Psychological Association – Division 39
- Roldan, I. (2003). Dissertation Article. The Experience of the Puerto Rican HIV/AIDS Infected Person. Families in Society.
- Roldan, I., & Shelby, R.D. (2004). The role of the mentoring relationship in qualitative research. In Deborah K. Padgett, (Ed.), The Qualitative Research Experience. CA: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning.
- Roldan, I. (2006). Staying straight: Lessons from ex-offenders.” Clinical Social Work Journal. 34(2).
- Roldan, I. (2007). AIDS stigma in the Puerto Rican community: An expression of other stigma
phenomenon in Puerto Rican culture.” Inter-American Journal of Psychology, 41(1).
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