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(2019). Contributors. Fort Da, 25(1):96-97.
(2019). Fort Da, 25(1):96-97
Diane Borden, Ph.D., is faculty at NCSPP and SFCP, and past-Chair, SFCP Board of Trustees. Dr. Borden, Professor Emerita of Literature and Film Studies, has written numerous articles on film and psychoanalysis and co-edited or contributed to books on Bergman, Bertolucci, Hitchcock, and Mamet. She has lectured in Asia, Europe, and across the U.S. and consults in mediation and conflict resolution.
David Cushman, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist. He is a staff clinician and supervisor at RAMS, Inc, a community mental health clinic in San Francisco. He has previously written on case management and community mental health from a psychoanalytic perspective. He has a private practice in Oakland, where he sees children, teens, adults, and couples.
Maureen Franey, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising psychoanalyst at PINC where she is also faculty, Board and Admissions Committee member, and co-chair of the Faculty Committee. She has previously taught and supervised at CIIS and the Wright Institute. Dr. Franey has a private practice in Albany, Ca., where she treats adults and couples.
Steven H. Goldberg, M.D., is a training and supervising analyst at SFCP, and a personal and supervising analyst at PINC. He co-chairs Opera on the Couch, a collaboration between SFCP and the San Francisco Opera. He is the author of psychoanalytic papers on topics that include opera and psychoanalysis.
Maureen Kurpinsky, Ph.D., is a member and adjunct faculty at SFCP. She has published reviews of several books on psychoanalysis and on the poetry and fiction of psychoanalysts. Dr. Kurpinsky is currently studying the work of Emmanuel Levinas and reading novels whenever possible. She has a private practice in San Francisco.
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