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Muralidharan, M. (2009). San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee. Fort Da, 15(2):132-132.
(2009). Fort Da, 15(2):132-132
San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee
Mahima Muralidharan, Psy.D.
The SF/East Bay Education Committee had a fantastic year and we are gearing up for another roster of exciting and clinically informative classes. One of our goals is to offer classes that will provide greater opportunities for our members to meet other participants and create a space to enhance clinically enriching thinking and discussions.
We will begin our year of courses in the fall with a class discussing the work of Antonino Ferro taught by Mark Sullivan, followed by a six-week-long course on what facilitates change in the process of clinical work, taught by Drew Tillotson. Eugene Alexander will lead a discussion on couple's therapy. This half-day event will include a staged reading of his play, Love for Beginners. We will offer a three-part series on parent work, each class with a unique perspective, taught by Peter Carnochan, Diane Erhensaft, and Myrna Frankl. By popular demand we will again offer “Great Literature for Clinicians: Short Masterpieces,” taught by Michael Zimmerman.
In spring 2010, we are looking forward to an exciting panel discussion on “The EconomicCrisis and the Impact on Treatment.” Our panelists include Robert Bartner, Ray G. Poggi, and Rachel Peltz. Joseph Cristofalo will teach an introductory class on Control Mastery Theory, followed by “Truly, Madly, Deeply: Making Connection in the Clinical Hour,” taught by Reyna Cowan, with a focus on what it means to be in close psychic contact with a patient.
I want to thank my creative, humorous, and hopelessly optimistic committee members — Karisa Barrow, Myra G. Bernecker, Dwayne Schanz, and Greg Villalba. None of this would be possible without their tireless and dedicated effort. I also want to thank Amy Bandera and Vittorio Comelli for all their work on the committee last year.
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