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(2019). Committee Reports. Fort Da, 25(2):69-78.
(2019). Fort Da, 25(2):69-78
Community Events Committee
Nicole Hsiang, LMFT, Chair
The relationships we build in this field are invaluable with regards to collaboration, consultation, referrals, and friendship. For that reason, it is the sincere goal of the Community Events Committee (CEC) to facilitate community building in this organization as best we can. The CEC is committed to creating events that promote networking and community building amongst NCSPP members and those who are interested in its mission and programs.
In August the CEC held a friends-and-family picnic gathering at the Off-the-Grid picnic in Presidio Park, and in September we sponsored a structured networking event to provide a chance to catch up with longtime friends and colleagues, or forge new connections with fellow psychotherapists. The evening featured a talk by therapist and business coach, Annie Schuessler.
We will celebrate the end of the year at the annual NCSPP Holiday Party on Friday, December 6 — a festive event, where both new and senior clinicians mingle and celebrate the year's-end over drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
As chair, I want to thank my fellow committee members, Luba Palter and Meiyang Kadaba, for all of their hard work and dedication. I appreciate your efforts tremendously, and it has been a joy to work with you.
Also, the committee would like to expand our membership; if you would like to become more involved in our effort to build the NCSPP community, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Mental Health Committee
Katherine Eng, Ph.D., Chair
The Community Mental Health Committee (CMH) engages in an ongoing effort to create and maintain a space for psychodynamic thinking for those working in community mental health settings.
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