Recognitions

RECOGNITIONS: Dr. Robert Waska; and Dr. Mali Mann

RECOGNITIONS

Robert Waska, LPCC, MFT, PhD
Dr. Waska's paper, The Quest for Greatness in the Race to Not Be Forgotten, will appear in the next issue of Psychoanalytic Review.
 
Mali A. Mann, MD
Dr. Mann's, paper “ Shame in childhood ” was published as a chapter in Shame, edited by Salman Akhtar, Jan 2016, Karnac.
Dr. Mann’s paper “ Modern motherhood, modern mothering, and new family constellations” was published in an edited book called The New Motherhoods, published by Roman& Littlefield, Jan 2016.

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Gilbert Kliman, MD, 2016 Anna Freud Educational Achievement Award
The Schools Committee, of the American Psychoanalytic Association, is profoundly pleased to announce that the winner, of the 2016 Anna Freud Educational Achievement Award, is Gilbert Kliman, MD, the Medical Director of The Children's Psychological Health Center of San Francisco. Dr. Kliman's achievements are too numerous for any brief announcement. Suffice it to say, simply, that his decades of dedication have benefited people all over the world.

Naomi Janowitz, PhD, APsaA 2015 Edith Sabshin Teaching Award Recipient
The Selection Committee of the Edith Sabshin Teaching Award selected Dr. Naomi Janowitz, PhD, as one of the recipients of this year’s APsaA Edith Sabshin Teaching Award.

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Gary Grossman, PhD, gave the following presentations in St. Louis, MO:

October 22, 2015, The 2015 Paul A. Dewald Lecture: Pink Parenting: Providing a Facilitating Environment for Gay & Lesbian Teens. The Paul A. Dewald Lecture is underwritten by individual donations made to the Paul A. Dewald Education Fund of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. The fund was established by Dr. Dewald’s family to honor his long-standing interest in educa-tion and his contributions to the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. The fund supports special educational events and projects related to the application of psychoanalytic concepts to issues of interest for professional groups and the general public.

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Lee Grossman, MD, has published the following:
(2013). The third wish: Some Thoughts on Using Magic against Magic. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 82:477-482.
(2014). Analytic technique: A reconsideration of the Concept. Psychoanalalytic Review, 101:431-449.
(2015). The syntax of oedipal thought in the case of Little Hans. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 84:469-478.
(2015). The Object-Preserving Function of Sadomasochism. Psychoanalytic Quarterly in press.

Robin Deutsch, PhD, moderated and participated in two Small Discussion Groups at the International Psychoanalytical Association meetings in Boston: “Writing as a tool for development of independent thought: pitfalls and benefits,” and “The analyzing instrument: its evolution.”

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Richard Almond, MD, published, “Slicing the Psychoanalytic Pie: Or, Shall We Bake a new One? Commentary on Greenberg.” in JAPA, 63:33-46.

Mali Mann, MD: The paper on “ Flying Doctor, Los Medicus Voladores” was accepted for publication in a book by Pegasus physicians writing Group at Stanford Medicine.

RECOGNITIONS: Mitchell Wilson, MD and Michael Bader, DMH

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Mitchell Wilson, MD, presented, “Never ‘beyond theory’: the exquisite relevance of theory to clinical work.” at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute’s Annual Symposium 2015. Ann Arbor, April 11.

Published, introduction to section on Jay Greenberg’s “Therapeutic action and the analyst’s responsibility.” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 63: 1, p. 1-5.

 

Michael Bader, DMH, has published a new book in the form of a "kindle single"--downloadable on Amazon.com at: http://amzn.to/1CuZFFq The title is: More Than Bread and Butter: A Psychologist Speaks to Progressives About What People Really Need In Order To Win and Change the World

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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