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VISITING PROFESSOR WEEK 2015: Featuring Dominique Scarfone, MD

VISITING PROFESSOR WEEK 2015
Featuring Dominique Scarfone, MD

 

SFCP Community Members Mentoring Program

SFCP Community Members Mentoring Program

 

SFCP offers free mentoring from September 2015 - June 2016 to Community Members who want to discuss developing as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, areas of theory that are of interest, or available resources and programs. Mentors meet one time per month with mentees for the academic year. We love to help you and hope you reach out!

To apply for this program, please visit the SFCP Community Members Mentoring Program webpage.

We hope to hear from you!
Holly Gordon, Hilary Foster and Sunny Kuegle, co-chairs

Ethics and Impairment Committee News

Ethics and Impairment Committee News

by Robert L. Friend, EIC member

 

The Ethics and Impairment Committee, in conjunction with the Membership Integration Committee, put on a follow-up workshop on drawing up a professional will on February 28, 2015. Peter Goldberg presented his experience of figuring out how to handle a colleague’s practice who died without having a professional will. Many of the issues that Dr. Goldberg faced are those that need to be considered when drawing up such a will. He had to devise a way of contacting patients and offering for them to be seen by an analyst for consultation around the death and possibly making a referral. This involved calling on colleagues to be available, and developing a specifically transitional consultative role to help the patients consider their options for further treatment.

Visiting Professor Week with Dominique Scarfone: Fall seminars and readings to prepare for his visit

Visiting Professor week with Dominique Scarfone:

Fall seminars and readings to prepare for his visit

by Eric Glassgold, MD, Co-Chair, Visiting Professor Committee

 

Dominique Scarfone, MD, a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Montréal Psychoanalytic Institute, will be the 2015 SFCP Visiting Professor. He will visit San Francisco from November 9th through November 16th.

Faculty Committee News

Faculty Committee News

by Elizabeth Biggart, PhD, Committee Co-Chair

Function of the Faculty Committee

The Faculty Committee represents the Faculty in the educational mission of the Center. The Committee’s primary task is to support and promote the educational efforts and intellectual pursuits of the Faculty. The following are functions or subcommittees of the Faculty Committee.

Revised April, 2015

Faculty Support Network Referral List

Faculty Support Network Referral List

The Faculty Committee is happy to announce a member to member support network for psychoanalytic teaching. Below is list with names of faculty available for pedagogical consultation to fellow SFCP faculty members and areas of specific experience. The goal of this resource is to offer teaching support on a case-by-case basis. This resource will operate confiden-tially, will not make reports or play a role in decisions taken by curriculum committees or other decision-making bodies in the Center. For general questions or if you would like to be included on this resource list you may contact Celeste Schneider at 415-358-2881, or e-mail celesteschnei@yahoo.com.

 

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Graduates, 2015

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Graduates, 2015

We are very happy to recognize the 2015 graduates of the Child Psychotherapy Training Program, Palo Alto Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program and San Francisco Psychotherapy Training Program

Child Colloquium News Update

Child Colloquium News Update

by Sarah Stadler, MD, Chair, Child Colloquium Committee

 

The Child Colloquium Series just finished another successful year with a well received presentation by Beatrice Beebe, including a somewhat frantic search for a new venue when we discovered that her talk sadly conflicted with the memorial for Bob Wallerstein. Good friends in high places were able to connect us with CPMC, and over 70 attendees were able to participate in Beebe’s dynamic presentation on infant research and its connection to adult treatment.

Our other four programs for 2014-2015 included the following:

“The Boy Who Didn’t Know He was Hurting Himself”
Mali Mann, presenter, and H. Spencer Bloch, discussant

Variations of the Eitington Training Model

Variations of the Eitington Training Model

by Bill Glover, PhD, Chair, Psychoanalytic Education Division

 

Roundtable contribution to an on-line IPA Debate begun on April 2.
The full debate can be found at http://www.ipa.org.uk/en/Debates/Eitingon_model.aspx

My contribution follows a thread begun in the debates on paternal function and on evaluation that preceded this one. I consider evaluation a manifestation of paternal function in psychoanalytic training, working to separate the candidate from his or her analyst and supervisors in way analogous to how the father applying his law separates the child from the mother.

June, 2015 Visit — Giuseppe Civitarese

June, 2015 Visit — Giuseppe Civitarese

by Patricia Marra, MFT, Co-Chair, Visiting Professor committee & San Francisco Yearlong committee

 

Giuseppe Civitarese, MD. PhD will be visiting SFCP from June 7 to June 13, 2015, He will be presenting at the following occasions:

Sunday, June 7, 1;00pm – 3:00pm
Postgraduate Clinical Program with Giuseppe Civitarese, MD, PhD
Case Presentation: Adam Goldyne, MD

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