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Swirsky, D. (2009). San Francisco/East Bay Intensive Study Group Committee. Fort Da, 15(2):135-135.
(2009). Fort Da, 15(2):135-135
San Francisco/East Bay Intensive Study Group Committee
Diane Swirsky, Ph.D.
This past year, the San Francisco/East Bay Intensive Study Group focused on transference and countertransference in the clinical relationship. The San Francisco ISG was under-enrolled, but the East Bay ISG enjoyed a stimulating and successful year. Our opening event featured four of the Intensive Study Group Faculty: Drs. Maureen Franey, Annie Sweetnam, Sam Gerson, and Karen Peoples. This interesting panel discussion focused on the theoretical and clinical conundrums facing us as we try to untangle the complex transference-countertransference field. It was a wonderful way to begin the year for the ISG.
The upcoming yearlong course, entitled “The Relational Turn,” will focus on the historical, theoretical, and clinical contributions of the American Relational School. A lot of enthusiasm surrounds this topic; it's the first yearlong course from the Relational Perspective offered by NCSPP.
We will launch the course with a roundtable discussion of the Relational School of Psychoanalysis, featuring six creative and innovative panelists: Maureen Murphy, Tom Rosbrow, Jane Burka, Joan Sarnat, Andrew Harlem, and Peter Carnochan, all of whom are instructors for the course. Join us for wine and cheese and a chance to engage a discussion of the Relational perspective.
The ISG Committee is made up of a group of dedicated and hard-working volunteers. Thanks to their collective thoughtfulness, enthusiasm, good humor, time, and commitment to NCSPP, we are able to put on the Intensive Study Groups and have fun doing it. I want to express my deep gratitude to this year's members: Susan Chassay, Boukje Eerkens, Eric Essman, Genie Dvorak, Paula Mandel, Diane Goldstein, and Carol Cleland.
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