Dr. White is President of Pogue White Consultancy, LLC. She is a psychoanalyst, executive coach organization consultant, and a Tavistock Group Relations Practitioner. She holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from New York University and is an experienced educator. She was a founding member and past director of the Organization Program at the William Alanson White Institute for Psychology and Psychoanalysis.
Dr. White has published papers and given numerous talks on such issues as: using the consultative stance in organization role consultation, opening a Race Dialogue in the psychoanalytic dyad, and the importance of developing reflective practice skills in organizational role consultation. She has worked with Executives in such settings as Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, LLP, NY, Bloomberg, LP, NY, TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Israel, Goldman Sachs, NY, Georgetown University, DC and The Audubon Society, NY.
Articles & Publications
White, K. P. (2002). Surviving hating and being hated: Some personal thoughts about racism from a psychoanalytic perspective. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 38(3), 401-422.
White, K. P. (2014). The price of the fear of fading: Some thoughts on women's resistance to taking the role of Elder from a psychoanalytic perspective. Socio-analysis, 16, 7.
White, K. P. (2018). Applying learning from experience: The intersection of psychoanalysis and organizational role consultation. In The systems psychodynamics of organizations (pp. 17-43). Routledge.