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RECOGNITIONS - Robert Waska, LPCC,MFT, PhD

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Robert Waska, LPCC, MFT, PhD, published "A Casebook of Psychotherapy Practice with Challenging Patients: A Modern Kleinian Approach" (2015) Routledge, London

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Mary Brady, PhD, published "High up on bar stools: manic defences and an oblivious object in a late adolescent" in 2015 in the Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 41:1, pp. 57-72.

 

Recent publications by Peter Hobson, PhD (and UK MD equivalent)

Du Bois, J., Hobson, R.P., & Hobson, J. (2014). Dialogic resonance and intersubjective engagement in autism. Cognitive Linguistics, 25,411-442.
Hobson, R.P. (2014). The making of mind. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 34, 817-830.
Hobson, R.P. (2015). Between biology and culture. In R. Scott and S. Kosslyn (eds), Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

 

Recent publications by Maureen Kurpinsky, PhD

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APsaA Appointments.

The following appointments for SFCP members were approved at the January, 2015 meeting of the Board of Professional Standards in New York.

Louis Roussel, PhD— Training and Supervising Analyst

Mali Mann, MD— Child Supervising Analyst

 

Garrick Duckler, LMFT, PhD, a third year candidate at SFCP has written, illustrated and narrated a set of short films (hand drawn animation and mixed media) that presents various psychological dilemmas for discussion groups and classrooms. This film was influenced by his experience as both a college instructor and a mental health clinician.

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Mali Mann, MD, presented a paper on “ Privacy, secrecy and confidentiality” as part of the ethics course at Stanford University, School of Medicine, Department of psychiatry and behavioral Science on November 19, 2014.

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Recent publications by Robert Waska LPCC, MFT, PhD

Book Chapters:

  • Waska, R. 2014. Jung, Modern Kleinian Therapy, and Participation Mystique, in Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond, ed. M. Winborn, Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press.

  • Waska, R. 2014. Tales of Glory: The Narcissistic Ideal as Defense Against Being Forgotten, in Handbook of the Psychology of Narcissism: Diverse Perspectives, ed. Avi Besser, 23-422. New York: Nova Science Publications.

Journal Articles:

  • Waska, R. 2014. Children as collateral in the fear of becoming forgotten: Death anxiety as the ultimate loss. Psychoanalytic Couples and Family Journal, 4:2, 155-165.

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Mary T. Brady, PhD (2014). Pro-Anorexia websites through an adolescent development lens: Commentary on Paper by Tom Wooldridge. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 217-223.

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Mali Mann, MD announces the publication of her new edited book, “The Psychoanalytic Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology”. She has contributed to us the following explanation of her work with Assisted Reproductive Technology.

This book contributes in an important way to the psychoanalytic understanding and impact of Assisted Reproductive Technology on a majority of patients who have difficulties starting new families. Recent advances in reproductive technology and the increased use of techniques based upon it have created a need for psychoanalytic thinking and understanding of the implications of Assisted Reproductive P, in-vitro and other similar procedures.

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Era A. Loewenstein, PhD, and Rebecca Schwartz, PhD, led on April 23, 2014, a Thoughtful Parenting Workshop: Handling Meltdowns and Other Daily Challenges with Your Young Child. The workshop was offered to parents from Potrero Kids Daniel Webster Preschool and PK3 Preschool as part of the new SFCP’s Child Development Program Initiative to develop Reflective Parenting Groups. The workshop was very well received by the 12 parents who participated.

Mary Brady, PhD, gave the Annual Beata Rank Lecture in Child Analysis at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute on May 14. Her paper was: “Invisibility and Insubstantiality in an Anorexic Adolescent.” 

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Mitchell Wilson, MD, published, "Maternal Reliance: Commentary on Kristeva," in the current issue of the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association."

Robert Waska, LPCC, MFT, PhD, has the following recognitions

Upcoming Journal Publications

  • Waska, R (2014) Children as Collateral, Psychoanalytic Couples and Family Journal, in press
  • Waska, R (2014) Review of Emotional Communication by Paul Geltner, American Journal of Psychoanalysis, in press
  • Waska, R (2014) Attention Deficit Disorder or Object Detachment Disorder: A Brief Psychoanalytic Case Study, Psychoanalytic Review, in press

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Lisa Buchberg, DMH, published a review of “Oedipus in Brooklyn: Reading Freud on women, watching Lena Dunham’s Girls,” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 83:1, 2014.

Stephen Seligman, DMH, co-edited Infant and early childhood mental health: Core concepts and clinical practice. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, 2014 (Co-edited by Kristie Brandt, CNM, DNP; Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD; Stephen Seligman, DMH; and Ed Tronick, PhD). Dr. Seligman contributed a chapter: “Attachment, intersubjectivity, and mentalization within the experience of the child, the parent, and the provider.”

Mali A. Mann, MD, presented her paper “Attachment patterns and disorders in infancy and early childhood”, on February 19, for a class of Stanford Students at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science.

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