Phil Lebovitz, MD is serving as Director of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis. The Chicago Institute was founded in 1932 by the first graduate of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute, which was the first formally organized Institute in the world. Dr. Lebovitz is the 10th Director of the Institute. He is also a faculty member of the Institute and supervises analysts in training and does training psychoanalyses of the potential trainees. He is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Rosalind Franklin University of Health Sciences, and serves as president for the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society and American College of Psychoanalysts. Dr. Lebovitz has published and presented works on the creative process, including an exploration of the work of Tennessee Williams and the breakdown in his creative process after he completed Night of the Iguana. His research interest has been on the long term follow up of completed psychoanalyses and the process which contributes to their completion.