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Marks, A.L. Wandner, E. (2005). San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee Report. Fort Da, 11(2):82-83.
   

(2005). Fort Da, 11(2):82-83

San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee Report

Abigail Levinson Marks, Ph.D. and Erika Wandner, Ph.D.

The Education Committee's mission is to bring to the NCSPP membership, as well as to the broader community, a wide and compelling array of course offerings that usefully inform and enliven one's practice and theoretical understanding of psychoanalytic psychology. To this end we offered a number of well-received courses in the Winter/Spring of 2005 taught by both well-known and up-and-coming teachers. Ruth Simon started out the calendar year with a course on “Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Supervision.” This was followed by Gary Grossman's course, “Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Lesbians and Gay Men,” Emily Endreson's course on “The Creative Use of Art,” and Rachel Cooke and Nancy Drooker's course, “An Introduction to Psychoanalytic Couples Therapy.” Finally, the training year concluded on an expansive and very thought-provoking note with Charles Dithrich's course on “Dreaming” and a half-day training event with Andre Patsalides and Jed Sekoff providing the theoretical context and Scott Lines the clinical presentation for “Lacan and the British Middle School: A Case Presentation and Comparative Clinical Discussion.”

We are very excited about our Fall 2005/Spring 2006 line-up. Michael Guy Thompson presented a course on “The Role of Authenticity in the Analytic Encounter,” Barbara Cohen taught a course on “The Body Unconscious: Toward a Model for Somatic Experience,” Eileen Keller is teaching a course on “Thinking About Thinking: Contributions to Understanding States of Mind in Clinical Work,” and Mary Margaret McClure is teaching a class on “Mourning and Melancholia.”

Our two day-long Saturday courses this fall are “Psychotherapy with People Living with HIV-Illness,” team-taught by Eric Glassgold, Gary Grossman, and Francisco González, and “Law and Ethics: A Psychodynamic Perspective,” taught by Bram Fridhandler.

Our

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