Peer consultation group forming for experienced clinicians. Meet weekly. Please contact Audrey Dunn, LCSW, (415-751-3267) or Michael Pastor, PhD, MFT (415-333-5039) if interested.
Community member and Board member
Mali Mann, MD, would like to invite all of you to participate in the first interactive discussion taking place on the International Psychoanalytical Association's website. The topic is “New Families”. We will be discussing how changes in the scientific and cultural spheres have created a new family environment for children that raises many questions for all of us.
All are welcome to participate. NON-IPA participants will be asked to create a guest login. Members of the IPA can use their IPA login information to be a part of the dialogue.
Teach for the China Psychoanalytic Alliance, (CAPA)
A surprisingly large number of our teachers are ill or have family members who are ill. Thus they will not be able to teach the next academic year (2014-2015).
Twelve of our 180 Courses need to be filled.
The students have good English. Curricula and all readings are available. CAPA is doing good and important work both for our profession and for mental health professionals who desperately want to learn, but have no resource other than CAPA.
Theory, technique and continuous case seminars are available. Each course comprises ten 75-minute sessions. All work is pro bono. Because of the time difference with China, teaching does not interfere with practice.
Psychoanalysis, analytic psychotherapists, and psychoanalytic candidates are welcome. Please also contact your colleagues as well as volunteering yourselves
Elise Snyder, President, CAPA