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Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology
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Upcoming Courses & Events

January 2018

Salon | Social Event
The Wright Institute, East Bay

This event is being rescheduled. New date and time is TBD.

Course

This course has been cancelled.

We will begin the Foundations series again with Freud in fall 2018. More information to come.

February 2018

Course
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Ann Martin Center, East Bay

The centerpiece of this two-meeting course will be the viewing and analysis of a video of a supervision session conducted by Dr. Sarnat and videotaped at the American Psychological Association’s film studio. (Relational Psychodynamic Supervision, APA, 2016).

In the first meeting, we will view the video, tracking the supervisor's struggles as she tries to “teach” the supervisee, but with limited supervisee learning taking place.

In the second meeting, we will discuss selected chapters from Dr. Sarnat’s most recent book, Supervision Essentials for Psychodynamic Psychotherapies (APA, 2016).

March 2018

Salon | Social Event
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Mad Oak Bar n'Yard, East Bay

Welcome spring with the PLC’s biannual happy hour event! Join us for drinks and appetizers, now that we have settled into the academic/professional year! This is a great chance to meet and mingle with a community of friends and colleagues in various stages of their careers to talk about classes, internships, professional life, and whatever else piques your interest!

Scientific Meeting
1:30 - 4:30 pm
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis (SFCP), San Francisco

This event will consider how analytic practice can be affected by thinking about infants and children, asking how (and whether) we can talk about babies and patients in the same breath. Video illustrations will be included, and case material will be considered. The presentation will bring together what remains vital in the classical psychoanalytic traditions with the emerging Intersubjectivist-Relational sensibility, including new findings in the areas of attachment, infant-parent interaction research, developmental neuroscience, trauma, and the like.

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