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SFCP will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015.
 
 
 

Library News, June 2015

Library News, June 2015

by Eric Rosen, MLIS

 

Library update:
Gregory and I are deep into the Windholz Archive, and his body of work about a new form of supervision that he called ‘Consensual Analysis’.

Emanuel Windholz (1903-1986) had a very interesting life in psychoanalysis and was once an important figure at the old San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. One of the emegre analysts from Czechoslovakia, he was part of the psychoanalytic discussion groups in 1940’s San Francisco that served as the building blocks of SFPI&S. He served as the executive director of the new institute for many years, was on numerous psychology and psychoanalytic committees, held positions in national psychoanalytic associations, and had a private practice.

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

Archives Report:

Gregory, our new intern Shawn, and I are immersed in the Anna Maenchen Collection. The bad news is that there was an enormous amount of material that belonged in other collections in the boxes, and that there was no original order to guide us. The good news is that we have staff and volunteers with experience in archival reorganization and we’ve managed to catch most of the material that will either end up in other archival collections, become part of new archival collection sets, or remain with Maenchen’s papers. There is much material about Child Analysis in the 1950’s and ‘60’s!

 

Additions to the collection:

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

EZ-Proxy News
Neuropsychoanalyisis now available on EZ-Proxy

Thanks to a good deal of wrangling between SFCP’s IT consultant, The Library’s IT consultant, and the sales and technical department of Taylor & Francis in the UK, we finally have a new addition to our online journals on EZ-Proxy up and running. The new addition is Neuropsychoanalysis (to which we also have a print subscription). You can find it as a clickable link at the bottom of the EZ-Proxy page.

 

 

Suggestion Box
Please note the suggestion box at the entrance to the library. We would welcome it if you send us whatever is on your mind about the library and submit them to us by putting your thoughts in the suggestion box. All submissions are strictly Confidential, and will only be reviewed by the Library staff.

 

 

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

Marshall Greene (1931-2015)*

As some of you know, an important member of the SFCP community recently passed away. It is his family’s wish to offer for free his collection of bound volumes of some major psychoanalytic journals to candidates and students at SFCP; please inquire of the library for more information. Dr. Greene had a long and fruitful career in Psychoanalysis. He headed or advised public health institutes in the Bay Area, including San Mateo County Health Services, the Department of Psychiatry at Peninsula Hospital, and the San Mateo County Mental Health. He also taught at SFCP where was on many committees and task forces, and chaired the Ethics Board of the Northern California Psychiatric Society, and saw patients up until his death on January 12, 2015.

Please inquire at the library or the office for more information about the journals.

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

Come stop by the exhibit on Anna Maenchen and Emmy Sylvester. It was completed in December and is located in the glass cases at the front of the auditorium. Through rare photographs and documents peruse some moments in the lives of these two women, influential in psychoanalytic circles in Europe and Northern California during the mid-20th century.

New Year’s resolution: Bring those overdue books back. Now is the time to bring back those library books that have just been sitting in a corner of your desk-please contact Eric Rosen or Greg Borman if you have any questions about returns.

Things to look for at the SFCP Library in 2015:

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

New Acquisitions:

Ferenczi, S. (1955). Final contributions to the problems and method of psycho-analysis*. London, UK: Karnac Books.

Altman, N., Briggs, R., Frankel, J. & et al. (2010). Relational Child Therapy. New York: Other Press.

Foster, P. (1995). Minding the Body: Woman writers on body and soul. New York: Anchor Books.

Berger, B. & Newman, S. (2011). Money talks: In Therapy, society and life. New York: Routledge Books.

Ferro, A. & Civitarese, G. (2014) The Analytic field and its transformations*. London, UK: Karnac Books.

*New to the collection

 

Members' Publications:

Library News

Library News

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

While the students and most of the library patrons went on to their summer digs, the library has been busy catching up on projects, preparing for the arrival of interns to work on our archival collection, preparing library orientation materials, and making acquisitions and post-production work for a new series of videos to be hosted by Pep-Web, In addition, we have done smaller, more routine tasks necessary to keep the library running and in good shape for the resumption of full demand for library services during the academic year, like financials, statistics, work with EZ-proxy e-journals, and other electronic services, and the print and serial collection.

Using the Library

Using the Library

by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian

 

Borrowing and Renewing Library Materials
Analyst members, candidates and community members have full borrowing privileges from the SFCP Library. All other patrons may use library materials onsite. The loan period for circulating library material is one month. If there is a waiting list, or if an item is requested by another patron, the item may be recalled after two weeks. One four week renewal is possible for all circulating material. Renewal and reserve requests may be made in person, via phone or via email. The library is open to the public during business hours.

Photocopies and Scans
Librarians will make copies or scans for SFCP analyst members, candidates or community members on request. All other patrons are welcome to use library materials onsite.

Library News - April 2014

SFCP Library News April, 2014

New Acquisitions and Additions to the Collection, January-April 2014

Compiled by Eric Rosen, Assistant Librarian
Selected by Alyson Barrett-Ryan, Library Director / Audiovisual Material processed by Eric Rosen

 

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