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Recognitions

RECOGNITIONS

 

Alice Jones, MD published “Now We're Out of Time: Thoughts on Endings in Poetry and Psychoanalysis”, in the winter issue of American Imago.

L. Eileen Keller, PhD, published a review of Psychodynamic Perspectives on Working with Children, Families and Schools, ed. Michael. O'Loughlin. JAPA, V. 61, #6, Dec 2013, pp. 1265-1270.

Mali Mann, MD’s paper, “The Role of an Immigrant Mother in her Adolescent’s Identity Formation: ‘Who Am I?’ “ has been accepted for publication in a forthcoming special issue of The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, International Psychoanalytic Quarterly, The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.

Update from SFCP Student Seminars Chair

Update from SFCP Student Seminars Chair

by J. Marc Wallis, LCSW, Co-Chair, Coalition for Clinical Social Work

 

The SFCP Student Seminars are offered each year to supplement the training of Bay Area psychiatry residents, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral interns and pre-licensed MFT and social work interns who are currently in clinical placements. These courses are each typically three to five weeks long and are offered free of charge. Courses occur in both San Francisco and the Peninsula.

SFCP Library News February, 2014

SFCP Library News February, 2014

by Alyson Barrett-Ryan, MA, MLIS

 

SFCP Videos on PEP-Web

As many of you are aware, Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing has a new online video streaming platform. During my time here at the SFCP Library, numerous SFCP members have made the good suggestion that we upload SFCP’s rich audiovisual content to a streaming web platform. Until now, technical and financial challenges have prevented us from hosting and streaming our own video collection, so the ability of PEP-Web to host, stream, not to mention transcribe and distribute our audiovisual holdings to a broad audience, is a tremendous opportunity. Over the past two months, Assistant Librarian Eric Rosen and I have been working with several SFCP members and PEP administrators to post three videos on PEP-Web’s platform.

News from the Child Analysis Congress: January 13 &14, 2014, Waldorf Astoria, New York City

News from the Child Analysis Congress
January 13 &14, 2014, Waldorf Astoria, New York City

by Mali Mann, MD, Chair of North American Committee of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis (NA-COCAP)

 

As an attempt to follow up with the formation of the BOPS Subcommittee on an integrated Child/ Adolescent/ Adult Curriculum, the first child Congress was organized on Jan13-14 before the APsaA Winter meeting. Dr. Charles Park opened the conference on the afternoon of Jan13, discussing the mandate that was aimed at developing an integrated child/ adolescent/adult curriculum, which institutes affiliated with APsaA can use as a model for facilitating child and adolescent psychoanalytic training. Such an integrated curriculum helps candidates to train simultaneously in both child and adult analysis. It would promote the practice of child and adolescent psychoanalysis through candidates’ exposure to the value of child work.

News from the American Psychoanalytic Association Integrating Child and Adult Analysis: the New York Meeting

News from the American Psychoanalytic Association Integrating Child and Adult Analysis: the New York Meeting

by Janis Baeuerlen, MD, Co-Chair, Committee on Child Analysis

 

Ninth Annual Robert S. Wallerstein, MD Visiting Scholar Lectureship on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Ninth Annual Robert S. Wallerstein, MD Visiting Scholar Lectureship on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

by Mary Susan Hansen, MD

 

Morris Eagle, PhDThis year’s Wallerstein Visiting Lectureship on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 promises to be another exciting, dynamic and clinically relevant afternoon. Morris Eagle PhD presentation will be entitled “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: How does it work, why and when does it not work; and where is the evidence?” The presentations will begin with an introduction and moderation by Marc Jacobs. Dr. Eagle’s talks will include clinical material will be followed by an opportunity for questions and answers, and discussions by Dr. Mardi Horowitz and Dr. George Silberschatz.

President's Message

President’s Message

by Robin Deutsch, PhD

 

As many may know by now, Harriet Wolfe has been elected APsaA’s next President-elect. She received 71.3% of the vote, while Richard Lightbody, the other candidate for President-elect, received 28.7%.

It is a very generous act to give of one’s precious time to help our organizations. Whichever psychoanalytic camp one belongs to, Harriet and Richard should be thanked for their willingness to contribute time, energy, and thoughtfulness for our profession’s benefit. Speaking for myself, having APsaA’s new President-elect have so much experience evolving governance structures of psychoanalytic organizations can only be beneficial to APsaA.

Recognitions: Eric Glassgold, MD and Era A. Loewenstein, PhD

Recognitions

Eric Glassgold, MD has published the following:

  1. "La passione secondo Matteo: Un caso di seduzione perversa” in Balsamo, M. (editor), Momenti psicotici nella cura, Milan, Italy: Franco Angeli, 2014
  2. “A queda de “Laura”: comentàrios e fantasias sobre o trabalho de Jacques André,” Livro Anual de Psicanálise 27:2, Sao Paolo, Brazil: Editora Escuta Ltda., 2013
  3. “When Freud was new again: The pleasures of reading French psychoanalysis,” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 83:1, 2014

Era A. Loewenstein, PhD was the Annual Event Speaker on Saturday, November 9, 2013. The event was co-sponsored by The Child Development Center, the Child Analytic Training Program and the Program Committee of the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angles. The title of her paper was Out of the Darkness and Into the Spiel-Raum: Celebrating Maurice Sendak.

CORRECTION: Rosters - Jan V. Kite, PhD and Myrna Frankel, LCSW

Corrections to the Roster

The following contact information are corrections to the 2013-2014 Roster:

Jane V. Kite, PhD
209 Pearl Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
617-354-9766
jvkite@gmail.com
Myrna Frankel, LCSW
3626 Sacramento Street, Suite 6
San Francisco, CA 94118
415-921-2734
frankelm@pacbell.net

 

CORRECTION: Child Colloquia: Cutting the Silence: Impulsive Cutting in Adolescents

Correction for the December, 2013 Newsletter

This article was printed last month with an omission. It is being re-printed in it’s entirety and with apologizes

Child Colloquia: Cutting the Silence: Impulsive Cutting in Adolescents

by Sharon Karp-Lewis, PsyD, LCSW

On November 9th 2013, Mary Brady, PhD treated us to a compelling presentation on the subject of cutting, focusing on impulsive cutting before it becomes ritualized. After her initial talk, there was discussion of case material provided by Dawn Smith, PhD. More than 40 clinicians attended Saturday morning to learn more about treating teens with the disturbing symptom of physically acting upon their body.

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