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Corcoran, C. (2009). Membership Committee. Fort Da, 15(2):129-129.

(2009). Fort Da, 15(2):129-129

Committee Reports

Membership Committee

Cate Corcoran, Psy.D.

The Membership Committee had a lively and rewarding year, reaching out to new members and connecting with established ones. After taking over the committee from Andy Harlem, whom we can look forward to having as NCSPP president in 2010, I was joined by a capable and inspired group. The committee currently benefits from the participation of Michelle Baker, Carrie Evenden, Jodi Perelman, and Shana Millstein.

The highlight of our year was NCSPP's first Welcome Dinner, which we hope will become a permanent addition to our traditions. A dynamic group of clinicians, from new students to senior therapists, gathered for an informal dinner at which many new connections were made. The success of the evening strengthened our committee's goal to help NCSPP grow as a social and networking organization for our often-isolating profession, in addition to its strong identity as an educational resource for our members and the wider psychoanalytic community. We are currently planning another Welcome Dinner to be held in the East Bay. Please know that all are, well … welcome at these dinners, not just those who have joined NCSPP recently.

We've enjoyed the chance to talk with many members through our monthly calls to new members and to those whose memberships are expiring. We're always happy to hear members’ enthusiasm for the organization's usefulness.

New initiatives are in the works that will help members tap into one another's expertise and improve both clinical competency and visibility within the community. For example, we are planning to test the idea of dinners for members with similar interests or areas of clinical specialty. If you have a group of members you'd like to connect with, let us know.

We look forward to seeing you at NCSPP events. Stop by the membership table with your ideas or feedback — or just to introduce yourself.

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