Anahita Ganjavi, PhD. is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice in Tehran. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Shahid Beheshti University.

She specializes in the psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults, supervises psychology interns and trainees and also lectures on Psychoanalysis of Children, Psychoanalytic theories of development.

Dr. Ganjavi is on the Editorial Advisory Panel of Psychoanalytic Discourse journal.

She is the Farsi translator of Gertraud Diem-Wille ‘s “Young Children and Their Parents: Perspectives from Psychoanalytic Infant Observation” and Sheldon Bach’s “The How-To Book for Students of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy”.

Her publications are:

Bach, S. (2018). The how-to book for students of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy (A. Ganjavi, Trans.). Routledge.

Dehghani, M., Khodapanahi, M.K., & Ganjavi, A. (2008). The role of personality aspects, attachment, affective indicators, and demographic factors of geographical distance and students’ gender in predicting homesickness. Journal of Research in Psychological Health, 2(3), 35-45.

Dehghani, M., Roshan, M., & Ganjavi, A. (2008). An investigation on insufficient forensic psychology assessment of juveniles in correction service center. Journal of Family Research, 4(14), 167-178.

Diem-Wille, G. (2018). Young Children and Their Parents: Perspectives from Psychoanalytic Infant Observation (A. Ganjavi, Trans.). Routledge.

Ejei, J., Dehghani, M., Ganjavi, A., & Khodapanahi, M.K. (2008). Validation of Utrecht Homesickness Scale in students. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 2(1), 1-12.

Ganjavi, A., Mazaheri, M.A., & Sadeghi, M. (2013). Mind-mindedness: Development of mother-infant package and examining its efficacy. Journal of Developmental Psychology: Iranian Psychologists, 10(37), 17-27.

Ganjavi, A., Abedin, A. R., & Monirpoor, N. (2010). Predicting Factors of Adjustment in Children with Cancer. Procedia Social and Psychological Sciences, 5, 859-864.

Ganjavi, A., Mazaheri, M.A., & Sadeghi, M. (2014). Infant’s attachment quality promotion via mother’s mind-mindedness promotion. Journal of Developmental Psychology: Iranian Psychologists, 10(40), 351-359.

Hoffman, J. (2008). Hands-on Dad: A guide for new fathers (A. Ganjavi, Trans.). Psychology Foundation of Canada.

Liberman, D. J. (1998). Instant Analysis (L. Mansour & A. Ganjavi, Trans.). Griffin.

Mazaheri, M. A., Sadeghi, M., Ganjavi, A., & Minakari, M. (2009). A Comparative Study on National Pride among Iranians who Live in Canada, Those who Applied for Immigration to Canada, and Tehran Residents. National Identities, 11, 4, 339-351.

Mohsenian, M., Karamlou, S., & Ganjavi, A. (2008). Correlation between differentiation of self and emotional intelligence in divorce seeking couples. Journal of Family Research, 3(12), 827-837.

Neenan, M., & Dryden, W. (2004). Cognitive therapy: 100 key points and techniques (M. Dehghani & A. Ganjavi, Trans). Routledge.

Nichols, M. P. (2012). Family therapy: Concepts and methods (M. Dehghani, A. Ganjavi, S. Mohammadi & F. Najarian, Trans.). Pearson Higher Ed.

Pouretemad, H. R., Khatibi, A., Ganjavi, A., Shams, J., & Zarei, M. (2009). Validation of Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination (ACE) in Native Persian Speaking Population. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 28, 343-347.

Reynolds, C. R., & Fletcher-Janzen, E. (2009). Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology (M. K. Khodapanahi, P. S. Seyed Mousavi, F. Keshvari & A. Ganjavi, Trans.). Springer.

Schwartz, R. C., & Nichols, M. P. (2004). Family therapy: Concepts and methods s (M. Dehghani, A. Ganjavi, F. Najarian, S. Rasouli, A. ZadehMohammadi & K. Tahmasian, Trans.). Pearson Allyn and Bacon.