From the Extension Division: Sign Up for 2016-2017 Extension Courses and Programs on Contemporary Psychoanalytic Issues

From the Extension Division
Sign Up for 2016–2017 Extension Courses and Programs on Contemporary Psychoanalytic Issues

By Beth Steinberg, PhD and Kirsten Beuthin, LMFT

 

We are offering an exciting array of programs for the 2016–2017 year, and you may learn more about these programs at 2016–2017 Extension Courses and Programs webpage.

San Francisco Yearlong Program: Trauma and Its Vicissitudes
The San Francisco Yearlong program, Trauma and Its Vicissitudes, will explore different perspectives on trauma with several different instructors. It will take place on 36 Fridays, from September 9, 2016 – June 2, 2017 from 12:00 – 1:30 pm (except between 4/14 and 4/28, when it will take place from 10:30 am – 12:00 noon).
 

Message from the Executive Director

Message from the Executive Director

by Marian Banks-Nickleberry, MA

 

Marian Banks-Nickleberry, MA
We are excited that our renovations project to add another classroom and two additional offices, and to improve our sound system and audio capabilities, will be starting after June 13th. It is anticipated that most work will be completed by the end of August. Because the second floor and some of the first floor will be construction sites, we are asking that you limit your time in the building.

President's Message

President’s Message

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

Michael B. Donner, PhD
Adapted from remarks made at the PED Graduation, May 21st, 2016.

President's Message

President’s Message
"You're a hard act to follow."

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

Michael B. Donner, PhD
Last month, I wrote an email to the membership about the difficulty the Nominating and Governance Committee (that I chair) has had finding someone to serve as President-Elect. I had noted that I would be stepping down as President in June, 2017, and that someone else needed to step up. That email prompted a number of conversations with a range of SFCP members, and a common refrain was the refrain “you’re a hard act to follow.”

President's Message: What's Trending on Twitter

President’s Message
What's Trending on Twitter

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

President's Message

President’s Message

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

Michael B. Donner, PhD
This last weekend I had the opportunity to meet with a number of psychotherapy trainees and other interested members to discuss technology in clinical practice. This was a lively and interesting discussion about what is gained and what is lost with the introduction of iPhones, email, telephone and video sessions into analytic work. In another part of my life, I teach Law and Ethics to mental health professionals, and this is always a topic of great interest; most of my seminars involve a good deal of discussion about how technology is becoming so omnipresent in clinical work.

Message from the Executive Director

Message from the Executive Director

by Marian Banks-Nickleberry, MA

 

President's Message

President’s Message

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

Michael B. Donner, PhD
A protest on Martin Luther King’s birthday shut down the Bay Bridge and prompted a number of comments on Facebook and Twitter. Many of the comments unfavorably compared these protesters to Dr. King, and praised King for his peaceful approach. Most were critical of today's protesters for their disruption of traffic. One noted that his gentle, peaceful approach was the reason King was successful and revered as a leader of the civil rights movement.

President's Message

Michael B. Donner, PhD

President’s Message

by Michael Donner, PhD

 

A Year in the Life…

Freud's Bar. The Scientific Meeting. Visiting Professor. A Day With. San Francisco, South Bay and East Bay Psychotherapy Forums. Stanford Grand Rounds. The Coalition for Clinical Social Work. Opera on the Couch. Members Present. Black Psychoanalysts Speak. That was just the November calendar.

Message from the Executive Director

Marian Banks-Nickleberry, MS

Message from the Executive Director

by Marian Banks-Nickleberry, MS

 

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