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Muralidharan, M. (2010). San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee. Fort Da, 16(2):112-112.

(2010). Fort Da, 16(2):112-112

San Francisco/East Bay Education Committee

Mahima Muralidharan, Psy.D.

The SF/East Bay Education Committee had another successful year, and we are looking forward to a stimulating line-up of classes this coming year. Our focus is on creating classes that are several weeks long to provide NCSPP membership with opportunities to get know each other in a comfortable space conducive to sharing clinical thoughts and ideas.

We begin our courses in the fall with a class on clinician vulnerability and impact on transference and countertransference taught by Drew Tillotson, followed by a monthly experiential group on Buddhist practice and analytic thinking led by Peter Carnochan. We will offer an introductory class on the work of Marion Milner, taught by Francisco J. Gonzalez and Julie Leavitt. Next, Dori Dubin will teach a class on effectively interpreting primitive anxiety.

In October, we will explore the world of neuroscience and clinical field theory with Karim Dajani. Sharon Bass will lead us on a journey close to home in reading and thinking about the work of several Bay Area analytic thinkers. Michael Zimmerman is back again with a class on James Joyce's masterpieces Ulysses and Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Mark Sullivan will teach a class on exploring how therapists use their emotional responses to foster growth in their patients. Our spring 2011 line-up will include a class on dreams taught by Jane Kenner. Our committee is working on other ideas, including a class on supervision and an introductory class on relational theory.

The driving force behind our rich, bountiful series of classes is a committed and talented group of committee members: Karisa Barrow, Myra G. Bernecker, Dwayne Schanz, and Greg Villalba. I am very grateful for their tireless work buoyed by their optimism and excitement. I would also like to thank the Board for all their support and faith in our committee's work.

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