We will read and discuss the following chapter:

Peter Blake: (2001). "Think outside, not inside" making an interpretation hearable. In: J. Edward (Ed.). Being Alive: Building on the work of Anne Alvarez. Hove: Bruner-Routlegde. Pp.: 83-88*

*The chapter will be emailed to those who register.

This program is free of charge.

Light refreshments will be served.

Space: is limited to 12 participants. Early Registration is strongly advised.

For registration please contact: Nicole Lee at (415) 563-5815 x104

or email [email protected] →

Deadline for registration: Friday, May 15, 2018

Era A. Loewenstein, PhD is an adult, adolescent, and child psychoanalyst and a Training and Supervising Analyst at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. Era is a faculty member at SFCP psychoanalytic training. She has been teaching at CPTP for over 18 years. Era also teaches at SFCP's Yearlong Extension, NCSPP and at Access Institute. Era presents locally and nationally on a variety of topics including perversion, trauma and child psychoanalysis. She is in private practice in psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and supervision in San Francisco, where she also leads study groups and consultation groups.

Gregory Villalba, LCSW is a post-seminar candidate in SFCP's Adult Psychoanalytic Training Program, and a first year candidate in the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Training Program. He has a private practice in San Francisco where he sees children, adolescents and adults in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and he is a clinical staff members of the Masonic Center for Youth and Families. Greg completed the Child Psychotherapy Seminars at SFCP in 2005 and the Preschool Consultation Training Program in 2009. He has been teaching in SFCP's Child Psychotherapy Training Program for the last three years, and this will be his second year as a co-facilitator for the case conference.