NCSPP

Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

Faculty

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  • Salman Akhtar

    Salman Akhtar, M.D., is Professor of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College, and Training and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia. His 67 books include 15 solo-authored, as well as 40 edited books in psychiatry and psychoanalysis.

  • Paul U. Alexander

    Paul U. Alexander, Ph.D., practices psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and consultation with in­div­iduals, couples, and small groups. He teaches at the Access Institute and at CPMC and consults on group processes in private practice and institutional settings. Dr. Alexander’s work includes study of the intersection of poetry, music, and psychoanalysis.

  • Eugene Alexander

    Gene Alexander, MFT, has been practicing psychotherapy in San Francisco since 1976. He trained at the Family Therapy Center, where he taught couple and family therapy for over 18 years, and has offered courses in local colleges and universities. In addition to his work in psychotherapy, he has written poetry and plays for the past 15 years.

  • Lynn Alexander

    Lynn Alexander, Psy.D., MFT, is faculty, and a personal and supervising analyst at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC). She teaches courses on trauma, primitive mental states, and analytic theory and technique. She has a private practice in Palo Alto.

  • Paul Alexander

    Paul U. Alexander, Ph.D., is a candidate at PINC and has been on the faculty at Access Institute, St. Mary's Medical Center, California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), and the Boyer House Foundation, teaching courses on group dynamics and adolescent psychopathology. Dr. Alexander works as a consultant to healthcare and educational institutions. He has a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Anne Alvarez

    Ann Alvarez, Ph.D., M.A.C.P., is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist (and retired Co-Convener of the Autism Service, Child and Family Department, Tavistock Clinic, London). She is author of Live Company: Psychotherapy with

  • Martine Aniel

    Martine Aniel, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC. She has taught widely on Lacan and his influence in psychoanalysis. Dr. Aniel’s interests include the nature of psychoanalytic transmission, the specificity of the analytic discourse, the psychoanalyst’s role in society and culture, and gender and sexuality. She is in private practice in San Francisco.

  • Peter August

    Peter August, MFT, has worked with children, adolescents, and adults for the last 25 years. Along with his private practice in Oakland, he facilitates case consultation at WestCoast Children’s Clinic, where he has also conducted post-doctoral seminars. For 12 years, he was the Director of Intern and Training Programs at Youth and Family Services, a community mental-health organization in Solano County.

  • Michael Axelman

    Michael Axelman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist specializing in child development, and child, family, and parental therapy. He developed CARE (Caring Adults, Respectful Environments) parent therapy and has trained hundreds of students and mental health professionals in this approach to child and family therapy. Dr. Axelman has a child and family practice in Palo Alto.

  • Andrew Balfour

    Andrew Balfour, M.Sc., is a clinical psychologist, adult psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and a couple psychotherapist. He is Clinical Director and longtime staff member of the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships. Previously, Dr. Balfour trained and worked in the adult department of the Tavistock Clinic, London, where he developed a special interest in the area of old age. He is currently researching ways of working with couples when one partner has dementia.

  • Beth Barmack

    Beth Barmack, LCSW, is a member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where she teaches infant observation and supervises. She co-authored an article in the Journal of Analytic Psychology (June 2010) on infant observation and the transcendent function. She practices in San Francisco and sees adolescents, adults, and couples.

  • Robert Bartner

    Robert Bartner, Ph.D., MFT, is a faculty member and personal and supervising psychoanalyst at PINC and adjunct faculty member at SFCP. Dr. Bartner has a private practice in Oakland where he practices psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy with individuals and couples. Dr. Bartner teaches widely, provides clinical consultation, and leads private study groups.

  • Sharon R. Bass

    Sharon R. Bass, Ph.D., is the Clinical Training Director at Rubicon Programs, Inc., and has also served for many years as clinical faculty at the Ann Martin Center. A longstanding member of the editorial board of fort da, Dr. Bass has also published on creativity and film. She maintains a private practice in Oakland.
     

  • John Beebe

    John Beebe, M.D., is a Jungian analyst and past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where he is currently on the teaching faculty. Dr. Beebe received degrees from Harvard College and the University of Chicago, completed his psychiatric residency at Stanford University Medical School, and has maintained his San Francisco private practice since 1971.

  • Leslie Bell

    Leslie C. Bell, Ph.D., LCSW, is a clinician and sociologist specializing in women’s development and sexuality. She maintains a private practice in Berkeley and supervises at TPI and the Women’s Therapy Center. Dr. Bell is the author of Hard to Get: 20-Something Women and the Paradox of Sexual Freedom and is an esteemed lecturer on women’s development, gender inequality, and sexuality. 

  • Leora Benioff

    Leora Benioff, Ph.D., is a member of PCPG, a graduate of the SFCP, and has completed the Tavistock Center’s Advanced Training in Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy. She has taught and supervised at numerous Bay Area training institutions and currently teaches in the PCPG Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy training program. Dr. Benioff has a private practice in Berkeley and San Francisco, where she see individuals and couples.

  • Jessica Benjamin

    Jessica Benjamin, Ph.D., is a practicing psychoanalyst, supervising faculty member at New York University's Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis, and a founding board member and faculty of the Mitchell Center for Relational Studies. She was a co-founder of the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and the journal Studies in Gender and Sexuality, and sits on the editorial board of Psychoanalytic Dialogues.

  • Jeanne Wolff Bernstein

    Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D., is past president of PINC and on the faculty at PINC and Lutecium. She is a contributing editor to Psychoanalytic Dialogues and on the editorial board of Studies in Gender and Sexuality and Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Dr. Bernstein maintains a private practice in Berkeley.

  • Adam Beyda

    Adam Beyda, Psy.D., is Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Holy Names University in Oakland. He is on the clinical faculty at the Wright Institute and also supervises at the Institute on Aging, San Francisco. Dr. Beyda is in private practice in Oakland and San Francisco, working with adult individuals and couples. 

  • Danni Biondini

    Danni Biondini, MA, LMFT, works as a therapist in a San Francisco public high school and as an adjunct professor at CIIS, in addition to her private practice. She is interested in various psychoanalytic schools, especially Lacanian, and in crafting the perfect Freudian joke.

  • Barbara Blasdel

    Barbara Blasdel, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and a faculty member at PINC. In addition, she is a past-president of NCSPP, a founder of Access Institute, and has taught extensively in Bay Area postgraduate psychoanalytic programs. Dr. Blasdel is in private practice in San Francisco seeing individuals and couples

  • Elizabeth Bradshaw

    Elizabeth Bradshaw, Psy.D., a graduate of the Wright Institute, sees children, adolescents, and adults in her San Francisco psychotherapy practice. Dr. Bradshaw, who previously studied comparative literature and literary theory, has a Masters in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies from University College London. She has published on psychoanalytic writing and Freud's drive theory. 

  • Mary Brady

    Mary Brady, Ph.D., is an adult and child psychoanalyst and faculty at SFCP. Her interests include eating disorders and other somatic expressions of psychic pain. Her paper "Invisibility and insubstantiality in an anorexic adolescent: phenomenology and dynamics" was published in the 2011 Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

  • Jason Brand

    Jason Brand, LCSW, leads workshops in schools and organizations about safety, trust, awareness, and respect in the digital age. His book, 1 to 1 at Home: A Parent Guide to School Issued Laptops and Tablets, will be published in 2013. He has a private practice in Berkeley, where he sees families with children and adolescents.

  • Lisa Buchberg

    Lisa Buchberg, DMH, is a supervising analyst at SFCP and PINC. She has taught courses on gender, the psychology of women, the British Independent School, and theoretical pluralism. She authored a paper exploring the TV show Girls through the lens of Freud’s “Femininity” and “Mourning and Melancholia.” Dr. Buchberg has a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Jane Burka

    Jane Burka, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty member at PINC and has taught previously for the ISG. Dr. Burka has published papers on group dynamics in teaching and on ethical violations. She is in private practice in Oakland.

  • Daniel Butler

    Daniel G. Butler, MFTi, is a second-year intern at Access Institute. Before graduating from Santa Clara University’s School of Counseling Psychology, he concentrated in continental philosophy and cultural studies at Sarah Lawrence College. Forthcoming publications include a book chapter on the first American-born psychoanalyst, Trigant Burrow, and a chapter on Ferenczi’s radical reconceptualization of the child in psychoanalytic theory.

  • Tessamarie Capitolo

    Tessamarie Capitolo, MFT, CST-T, is an analytic psychotherapist and a Teaching Member of Sandplay Therapists of America with a private practice in the Bay Area. Trained in Switzerland and California in Jungian and Sandplay therapy for the past 30 years, she co-founded the Child Therapy Institute of Marin, a non-profit training agency serving diverse populations. She has taught nationally and internationally and has published several articles in the Journal of Sandplay Therapy

  • Kristen Carey

    Kristen Carey, Psy.D., is in private practice in San Francisco and Oakland, where she sees children, adolescents, and adults. She also teaches at the Access Institute and supervises clinicians in training at the Ann Martin Center in Oakland. She co-founded Kids Connect, a bereavement group therapy program for children who have lost a parent or sibling.

  • Peter Carnochan

    Peter Carnochan, Ph.D., is a graduate of and faculty for PINC. He has written a book — Looking for Ground: Countertransference and the Problem of Value in Psychoanalysis (2001) — and numerous papers on analytic theory and technique. A senior consultant to early childhood mental health in Richmond, Dr. Carnochan has a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Robert A. Carrere

    Robert Carrere, Ph.D., ABPP, is board certified in psychoanalytic psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is faculty, supervising and personal analyst, and Board director at PINC. Dr. Carrere is in full-time analytic practice in San Francisco specializing in process consultation groups for therapists and analysts.

  • Margo Chapin

    Margo Chapin, MFT, is a faculty member of SFCP and a psychoanalyst practicing in Oakland. She teaches widely in the Bay Area and leads private training groups for clinicians.

  • John P. Conger

    John Conger, Ph.D., is an international trainer in bioenergetic analysis and a psychoanalyst. The author of Jung and Reich: The Body as Shadow (1988) and The Body in Recovery: Somatic Psychotherapy and The Self (1994), Dr. Conger teaches locally and maintains a private practice in Berkeley.
     

  • Cate Corcoran

    Cate Corcoran, Psy.D., has a private practice serving adults in downtown San Francisco. She has a focus on psychoanalytic psychotherapy addressing patient’s work lives and health-related issues, as well as maintaining a specialty of working with the elderly.

  • Candis Cousins

    Candis Cousins, Ph.D., is a psychoanalytic psychologist who has published articles on clinical work with parents and lectured on the impact of parents’ relationship on child development. Dr. Cousins recently completed the Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy Group three-year training program and is on the editorial board of fort da. She is in private practice in Oakland.

  • Reyna Cowan

    Reyna Cowan, Psy.D., LCSW, is a psychoanalyst and child therapist. She is a personal and supervising analyst at PINC. She is faculty at PINC and SFCP and teaches widely around the Bay Area, including classes on film, psychoanalytic thinkers, supervision, writing, using countertransference and intuition, and child and adolescent issues. She has a private practice in Oakland.

  • David Cushman

    David Cushman, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, a staff clinician and supervisor at RAMS Inc., and teaches at JFK University. He is on the board of NCSPP as chair of the Community Mental Health Committee. Dr. Cushman has a private practice in Oakland, where he sees children, teens, adults, and families.

  • Shawnee Cuzzillo

    Shawnee Cuzzillo, Ph.D. is a psychoanalytically oriented psychologist, seeing individuals and couples in private practice in Albany. Dr. Cuzzillo has taught at the graduate level on biological bases of behavior and psychodynamic psychotherapy. She supervises students in her private practice and at various community agencies.
     

  • Daphne de Marneffe

    Daphne de Marneffe, Ph.D., sees couples and individuals in her private practice in Marin. She has published in JAPA, Signs, and Studies in Gender and Sexuality, and is the author of Maternal Desire: On Children, Love, and the Inner Life. Her forthcoming book on marriage and midlife will be published by Scribner.

  • Vivian Dent

    Vivian Dent, Ph.D., teaches at Access Institute, CPMC, NCSPP, and SFCP. She has a private practice in San Francisco, where she specializes in issues related to trauma and dissociation.

  • Gregory Desierto

    Gregory Desierto, Psy.D., is a postdoctoral fellow at Psychological Services Center in Oakland and City & Arts Technology High School in San Francisco. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Access Institute for Psychological Services. He has strong interests in the intersection of psychoanalysis, multiculturalism, social justice, and trauma.

  • Alyce Desrosiers

    Alyce Desrosiers, MSW, LCSW is the founder/owner of Chirp: Connecting Families and Nannies, helping parents through the process of choosing nannies for their children, and the author of two books on finding nannies. From 1992 to 2001 she provided individual psychotherapy in private practice to adults, families, and children. 

  • Robin Deutsch

    Robin A. Deutsch, Ph.D., maintains a private practice of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and consultation in Oakland and is on the faculty at Access Institute, CPMC, and SFCP, where she serves as President. Dr. Deutsch has written and presented on the development of analytic identity, termination of treatment, and the analyst’s death. 

  • Michael Donner

    Michael Donner, Ph.D., is the President of SFCP and was co-chair of the faculty and member of their Ethics and Impairment Committee. He was also Chair of the California Psychological Association Ethics Committee. He teaches Law and Ethics in California and across the country.

  • Nancy L. Drooker

    Nancy Drooker, Ph.D., has taught psychoanalytic couple therapy for NCSPP and graduate courses in human sexuality. She works with adults, couples, and seniors in a private practice in Oakland and San Francisco.

  • Dori Obadia Dubin

    Dori Dubin, Psy.D., LCSW, BCD-P, is a graduate, faculty member, and training and supervising analyst at PINC. She is a faculty member and supervisor at The Psychotherapy Institute (TPI). Dr. Dubin teaches object relations theory, mind-body issues, trauma and primitive mental states throughout the Bay Area. She consults and maintains a private practice in Oakland.

  • Stephen J. Ducat

    Stephen J. Ducat, N.D., Ph.D., is a naturopathic doctor and a clinical psychologist practicing in San Francisco and Marin. Dr. Ducat is currently a full-time clinician specializing in integrative mental health, an approach that joins science-based natural medicine, nutrition, and psychotherapy. Learn more about his clinical work at themindbodyclinic.com

  • Audrey Dunn

    Audrey Dunn, LCSW, is program coordinator, clinical supervisor, and faculty for CPMC's School-Based Psychotherapy Project, part of their doctoral psychology training. She also runs an independent psychoanalytically oriented school-based psychotherapy program at Francisco Middle School. Ms. Dunn also has a private practice in San Francisco, supervises for Access Institute, and consults with other Bay Area school-based programs.

  • Esther Ehrensaft

    Esther Ehrensaft, Ph.D., is in private practice in San Francisco and has particular expertise in the area of adoption and interfaith and transracial couples therapy. She has taught and presented on the psychology of adoption locally and abroad and created the mandatory adoption preparation workshops for local and international organizations. 

  • Diane Ehrensaft

    Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D., is an associate professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a developmental and clinical psychologist with a private practice in Oakland. She is Director of Mental Health of the Child and Adolescent Gender Center and attending psychologist at at Benioff Children’s Hospital. Dr. Ehrensaft has served on the faculty of UCSF, UC Berkeley, the Wright Institute, PINC, and Access Institute. She has authored seven books, including the forthcoming The Gender Creative Child.

  • Dianne Elise

    Dianne Elise, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and on the faculty of PINC. She is an Associate Editor of Studies in Gender and Sexuality and past editorial board member of the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Dr. Elise has published numerous psychoanalytic papers on gender and sexuality and is in private practice in Oakland.

  • Mary Ewert

    Mary J. Ewert, DMH, is a member and faculty at SFCP and on the clinical faculty at UCSF. She practices psychoanalysis and psychotherapy with adults in San Francisco and Walnut Creek.

  • Dennis B. Facchino

    Dennis Facchino, Ph.D., is a graduate and faculty member of PINC and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF. Dr. Facchino is also a group process consultant at both schools. He has eight years experience in the Tavistock Model Infant Observation group and serves on NCSPP’s Peninsula|South Bay Education group. Dr. Facchino in private practice in Los Altos and Palo Alto.

  • Dawn Farber

    Dawn Farber, Psy.D., MFT, practices psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in Oakland, with individuals and couples. She has been a Personal and Supervising Analyst and Faculty of PINC. Dr. Farber teaches widely in the community, and is especially interested in clinical consultation and in ongoing case consultation groups. She enjoys both analytic and personal writing and has published poetry, autobiography, and book and film reviews.

  • Kristin Fiorella

    Kristin Fiorella, M.S., is a psychology intern in Access Institute’s psychoanalytic psychotherapy training program. She has worked with adults, couples, and children at Berkeley Mental Health, SFSU Psychology Clinic, Headstart, New York Foundling Hospital's Child Crisis Center, and Cabrini Hospice. She maintains a private practice under supervision with Renée Spencer, MFT.

  • Maureen Franey

    Maureen Franey, Ph.D., MFT, is a personal and supervising analyst at PINC. She has also taught at PINC and various Bay Area graduate schools and currently teaches an ongoing case conference seminar. Dr. Franey has published papers and book reviews in fort da, and lectured on the impact of the pregnant therapist. She has a private practice in Albany.
     

  • Julie Friend

    Julie Friend, LCSW, is the Program Chair and a faculty member of PCPG’s Intensive Study Program in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with couples. She has served on the teaching and/or supervisory faculty at Contemporary Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy of New York, CPMC, Access Institute, TPI, and SFCP’s yearlong extension program. Her most recent paper, “Love as Creative Illusion and Its Place in Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy,” was published in Couple and Family Psychoanalysis in 2013.

  • Velia K. Frost

    Velia Frost, LCSW, is Assistant Professor of Behavioral Pediatrics at the UCSF, where she leads ongoing post-doctoral seminars on the theory and practice of individual and family therapy. Ms. Frost, board certified in Clinical Social Work and a Fellow of the California Society for Clinical Social Work, is in private practice in San Francisco.

  • Julie Gerhardt

    Julie Gerhardt, Ph.D., is a graduate of and faculty member at PINC. Dr. Gerhardt has taught widely and publishes in Psychoanalytic Dialogues. She maintains a private practice in Palo Alto.
     

  • Samuel Gerson

    Sam Gerson, Ph.D., is a founder and past president of NCSPP and PINC, where he is faculty and a personal and supervising analyst. Dr. Gerson is an associate editor of Psychoanalytic Dialogues and an editor for Studies in Gender and Sexuality and Psychoanalytic Quarterly.

  • Kelley Gin

    Kelley Bryan Gin, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist in private practice in Berkeley. He has worked in child, adolescent, and family community mental health; juvenile justice; and residential treatment for adolescents. He is the Director of Clinical Services at WestCoast Children’s Clinic in Oakland.

  • Ken Gladstone
  • Peter Goldberg

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    Peter Goldberg, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst at PINC, Chair of Faculty at SFCP, and teaches at the Wright Institute. He has written on a range of topics, including dissociative states, sensory experience and the concept of the analytic frame, and the impact of social trauma on individual psychology.

  • Virginia Goldner

    Virginia Goldner, Ph.D., is the founding editor of Studies in Gender and Sexuality and an associate editor of Psychoanalytic Dialogues. She is on the faculty of the NYU post-doctoral program in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy and the doctoral program in clinical psychology at CUNY. Dr. Goldner practices in New York City and teaches and supervises internationally.

  • Laurie Goldsmith

    Laurie Goldsmith, Ph.D., is a member and faculty at SFCP, where she is a co-chair of the Child Psychotherapy Seminars. Dr. Goldsmith is an instructor and supervisor at the Ann Martin Children’s Center in Piedmont and has a private practice in Oakland, where she sees children, adults, and couples.

  • Francisco J. Gonzalez

    Francisco J. González, M.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC. He has published articles on film, sexualities, and socio-cultural process, and sits on the editorial boards of Psychoanalytic Dialogues and Studies in Gender and Sexuality. He has a private practice in San Francisco and Oakland

  • Tamara McClintock Greenberg

    Tamara McClintock Greenberg, Psy.D., MS, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. As an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF, Tamara has been teaching and providing supervision for the past 17 years. Her most recent book is the second edition of Psychodynamic Perspectives on Aging and Illness.

  • Gary Grossman

    Gary Grossman, Ph.D., is a psychologist and psychoanalyst with over 35 years experience working with gay men. He is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF and training/supervising analyst at SFCP. Dr. Grossman is in private practice of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and consultation in San Francisco.

  • Hugh Grubb

    Hugh Grubb, Psy.D., MFT, is a graduate and personal and supervising analyst at PINC. His classes and presentations on supervision, mentoring. and psychoanalytic work in Silicon Valley focus on the transformative journey of becoming a therapist. He has a private practice in Los Gatos, where he offers individual and group consultations.

  • Rose Gupta

    Rose Gupta, Psy.D., LCSW, is a psychoanalyst and consultant in San Francisco and member of PINC. Since 2007, she has presented her papers at IPA, IARPP, IPFE, Div. 39, and APA on trauma, unrepresented states, and nonsymbolic objects. “When the Mind Does Not Arrive” was presented in 2016 at the International Psychological Association conference in Boston.

  • Forrest Hamer

    Forrest Hamer, Ph.D., is an Oakland psychoanalyst who teaches at SFCP. He is the author of three poetry collections: Call and Response (1995), winner of Beatrice Hawley Award; Middle Ear (2000), winner of the Northern California Book Award; and Rift (2007).

  • Jeanne C. Harasemovitch

    Jeanne Harasemovitch, LCSW, is a member and faculty of SFPC, faculty and chair of their Seminars for Scholars and East Bay Extension Programs, and faculty of the Wright and Access Institutes. She is on the editorial board of fort da, where she has published on psychoanalysis and the arts. She practices in the East Bay.

  • Andrew Harlem

    Andrew Harlem, Ph.D., is past-president of NCSPP and associate professor of clinical psychology at CIIS. Dr. Harlem is on the editorial board of Psychoanalytic Dialogues and is ad hoc reviewer for Psychoanalytic Psychology. Dr. Harlem is a member of the California Board of Psychology. He is in private practice in San Francisco and Oakland.
     

  • Stephen Hartman

    Stephen Hartman, Ph.D., is faculty at PINC, an associate editor of Psychoanalytic Dialogues, and contributing editor for Studies in Gender and Sexuality. Dr. Hartman has written on how social, political, and psychic life shape one another and 
    recently wrote on traditional psychoanalytic constructs in cyberspace. He is in private practice in San Francisco.

  • Toni Vaughn Heineman

    Toni Heineman, D.M.H., is Founder and Executive Director of A Home Within and a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCSF. Dr. Heineman has a private practice treating children, adults, and families in San Francisco.

  • Kali Hess

    Kali Hess, MFT, is the Director of Training at CHD in Santa Clara, where she teaches and supervises interns and trainees. She is a post-seminar candidate at PINC and studied at the Center for the Advanced Study of the Psychoses. Ms. Hess is in private practice in Redwood City.

  • Peter Hobson

    Peter Hobson, Ph.D., is Emeritus Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the University of London and a psychoanalyst at the British Psychoanalytical Society and SFCP. For many years he worked at the Tavistock Clinic, London. His books include The Cradle of Thought (2004), Consultations in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (2013), and Brief Psychoanalytic Therapy (OUP, in press).

  • Melissa Holub

    Melissa Holub, Ph.D., is a past-president of NCSPP, faculty at Access Institute, and adjunct faculty at the CIIS, the Wright Institute, and the Women's Center. Dr. Holub specializes in psychoanalytic understanding of adoption, supervising and speaking on the topic throughout the Bay Area. She has a private practice in Berkeley.

  • Nicole Hsiang

    Nicole Hsiang, is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, a member of NCSPP, and graduate of Access Institute. She currently has a private practice internship in San Francisco, working under the supervision of Fernando Castrillon. 

  • Mardy S. Ireland

    Mardy S. Ireland, Ph.D., is faculty and a personal and supervising analyst at PINC and visiting faculty at SFPC. She is the author of Art of the Subject: Between Necessary Illusion and Speakable Desire. She has a psychoanalytic practice in Berkeley.

  • Kadija Johnston

    Kadija Johnston, Ph.D., is the Director of the Infant-Parent Program at UCSF. For over two decades, she supervised and trained the mental health professionals who provide services to children and their caregivers.

  • Sharon Karp-Lewis

    Sharon Karp-Lewis, Psy.D., LCSW, is a personal and supervising analyst at PINC, on the faculty of the Berkeley-based Women’s Therapy Center, and a consultation group leader for A Home Within clinicians. Dr. Karp-Lewis has been in private practice over 30 years. Her office is in Oakland.

  • Israel Katz

    Israel Katz, M.D., is a member and faculty at SFCP. He is an Editorial Associate for JAPA and was Editor-in-Chief of IPSO, the IPA organization for psychoanalysts-in-formation. Dr. Katz has taught at SFCP, NCSPP, and Access Institute on Freud and also taught psychoanalysis in France, Spain, and Latin America. He has a private practice in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and psychiatry in San Francisco.

  • Ralph Kaywin

    Ralph Kaywin, DMH, is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC, where he has taught Middle School, Case Conference and Integrative Seminar. Dr. Kaywin, who has published on the works of Hans Loewald and Joyce Slochower, practices psychoanalysis and consultation in Oakland.

  • L. Eileen Keller

    L. Eileen Keller, Ph.D., is faculty at SFCP, a consultant for A Home Within, and a supervisor for Access Institute. Dr. Keller’s private practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy is in Oakland. For her publications on topics ranging from addiction to mourning and applied psychoanalysis, visit www.kellerphd.com.

  • Starr Kelton-Locke

    Starr Kelton-Locke, Ph.D., Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, and psychoanalyst who has been in practice in Marin for 27 years. She specializes in the treatment of individuals, families, and couples. Dr. Kelton-Locke trained in Mentalization with its founders, Fonagy and Bateman, and UCLA’s Semel Institute.

  • Starr Kelton-Locke

    Starr Kelton-Locke, Ph.D., Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, and psychoanalyst who has been in practice in Marin for 27 years. She specializes in the treatment of individuals, families, and couples. Dr. Kelton-Locke trained in Mentalization with its founders, Fonagy and Bateman, and UCLA’s Semel Institute. 

  • Stephanie King

    Stephanie King, Psy.D., is a graduate of the Wright Institute. She is also a recent graduate of Access Institute for Psychological Services where for the past two years she worked with seniors at the Bayview Adult Day Health Center. Recently Stephanie has transitioned into private practice as a psychological assistant.

  • Thomas Kirsch

    Thomas Kirsch, M.D., a Jungian analyst in private practice in Palo Alto, is past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. He is the author of A Jungian Life: A Memoir and The Jungians: A Comparative and Historical Perspective as well as many published papers on dreams, the history of analytical psychology, and the analytic relationship.

  • Ortal Kirson-Trilling

    Ortal Kirson-Trilling, Psy.D., is a psychologist who specializes in working with couples and individual adults. She is a graduate of the PCPG training and a post seminar candidate at PINC. She is a member of the British Society of Couple Psychotherapists and Counselors, as well as on the board of Section VIII (Psychoanalytic Couple and Family Therapy) Division 39, of the APA. She has a private practice in Oakland.

  • Adam Kremen

    Adam Kremen, Ph.D., practices psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalytic couples therapy in Oakland. For many years he was a psychotherapist at the Boyer House Foundation, where he worked analytically with psychotic and personality disordered patients. 

  • Terry Kupers

    Terry A. Kupers, M.D., MSP, is a distinguished life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He provides expert testimony in class action litigation regarding the psychological effects of prison conditions. Dr. Kupers is author of Prison Madness (1999), co-editor of Prison Masculinities (2002), and Contributing Editor of Correctional Mental Health Report.

  • Loong Kwok

    Loong Kwok, Psy.D., is a clinician and supervisor at RAMS, Inc.  He is the current Editor-In-Chief of the Impulse newsletter, as well as serving on the Prelicensed and fort da committees. He has a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Lynne Layton

    Lynne Layton, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst and Assistant Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School. She teaches and supervises at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis and the Boston Institute for Psychotherapy. Dr. Layton is the author of numerous works exploring psychoanalysis, gender, and class, and is the editor of Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society.

  • Julie Leavitt

    Julie Leavitt, M.D., is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in San Francisco. Staff psychiatrist at Access Institute, Dr. Leavitt is Chair of Curriculum, president-elect, and faculty at PINC. Besides robots, her current areas of interest and writing include geographic palimpsests, ghosts, intuition, and rethinking fe/male sexuality.

  • Scott Lines

    Scott Lines, Ph.D., is past president of NCSPP, an analytic candidate at PINC, on the clinical faculty at Access Institute, and in private practice in Berkeley and San Francisco.

  • Era A. Loewenstein

    Era A. Loewenstein, Ph.D., is an adult, adolescent, and child psychoanalyst and a training and supervising analyst at SFCP. Dr. Loewenstein teaches at SFCP, NCSPP, and Access Institute and is in private practice in San Francisco. She presents locally and nationally on a variety of topics, including perversion and trauma. Her most recent paper, “Dystopian Narratives: Encounters with the Perverse Sadomasochistic Universe,” is currently in press.

  • Molly Ludlam

    Molly Ludlam, M.A., recently retired as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with couples, individuals, and parents. She now focuses on teaching, writing, and editing Couple and Family Psychoanalysis. Other publications include Couple Attachments: Theoretical and Clinical Studies (2007), co-edited with Viveca Nyberg; and, more recently, “Failure in Couple Relationships and in Couple Psychotherapy,” in Understanding and Coping with Failure: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (2014); “Sitting with 

  • Paula Mandel

    Paula Mandel, Ph.D., is on the teaching and/or supervisory faculty at CPMC, Access Institute, TPI, the Wright Institute, and Holy Names. She is an advanced candidate in psychoanalysis at PINC and is in private practice in Berkeley. Dr. Mandel is currently writing a paper on this topic.

  • Mali A. Mann

    Mali Mann, M.D., is faculty, training and supervising psychoanalyst, Child Supervisor, at SFCP. She is Clinical Professor, Adjunct, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center. She received the Pinnacle Book Award for Psychoanalytic Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology, published by Karnac.

  • Patricia Marra

    Patricia Marra, MFT, is a member and faculty at SFCP; Chair, SFCP Visiting Professor program. She is also the Book & Film Review Editor, fort da, in which she has published several reviews and interviews. She teaches a variety of courses for SFCP and NCSPP. She maintains a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Ann Martini

    Ann Martini, LCSW, is member and faculty of SFCP and the Palo Alto Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy program. She works extensively with eating disorders and has conducted two workshops on the subject for NCSPP. She has a private practice in Los Gatos treating children, adolescents, and adults. 

  • Mia Maturen

    Mia Maturen, MA, is a graduate of CIIS currently training at Access Institute, where she works with adults, children, adolescents, and couples.

  • Mary Margaret McClure

    Mary Margaret McClure, DMH, is a psychoanalyst with a practice in Mill Valley. Most recently at SFCP, where she was trained, she has taught the class “Early Childhood Development with Culture in Mind”. She also works as a consultant to Canal Alliance, a non-profit in San Rafael, serving the Latino immigrant population.

  • Deborah Melman

    Deborah Melman, Ph.D., is on the faculty at the Wright Institute and PINC. She has a private practice in Berkeley.

  • Larry Miller

    Larry Miller, Ph.D., developed and leads the Child Haven Internship and Practicum training program in Fairfield, treating trauma in families and children since 2003. He has also worked with Bosnian refugees through Survivors International, as well as Death Row inmates in appellate processes. Dr. Miller has taught courses on trauma and dehumanization for several years at The Wright Institute. He has a practice in Berkeley. 

  • Mary Morgan

    Mary Morgan is a psychoanalyst and couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist and a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society. At Tavistock Relationships, she is Reader in Couple Psychoanalysis. She has published many papers on psychoanalytic work with couples and is currently completing a book entitled, A Couple State of Mind: Psychoanalysis of Couples – The Tavistock Relationships Model.

  • Mahima Muralidharan

    Mahima Muralidharan, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience providing program management, training, and psychological care for adults, children, and families. She teaches widely in the Bay Area. Dr. Muralidharan served as President of NCSPP, and is co-founder of CoHear SF, an organizational consulting firm promoting workplace wellbeing. Dr. Muralidharan has independent clinical practices in Oakland and San Francisco.

  • Maureen Murphy

    Maureen Murphy, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty member at PINC and on the clinical faculty at CPMC and Access Institute. She was founding president of PINC, past president of NCSPP and Division 39, and serves as 
    publication chair for the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Dr. Murphy maintains a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Shelley Nathans

    Shelley Nathans, Ph.D. is on the faculties of CPMC, PCPG, and PINC. She is the director/producer of the film Robert Wallerstein: 65 Years at the Center of Psychoanalysis. Her most recent publication is “Whose Disgust is it Anyway?: Projection and Projective Identification in the Couple Relationship” (Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2016). She is co-editor (with Milton Schaefer) of Couples on the Couch: Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy and the Tavistock Model (Routledge, 2017). Dr.

  • Dorian Newton

    Dorian Newton, Ph.D., is the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Mills College. A member of SFCP and NCSPP, Dr. Newton’s clinical and teaching interests include the dynamics and treatment of self-injurious behavior. She maintains a private practice in adult psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in Oakland.

  • Mary Jane Otte

    Mary Jane Otte, Ph.D., is a training analyst at SFCP and a personal and supervising analyst PINC. She is certified by APA in child and adult analysis and is a member of the adjunct clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford University. Dr. Otte has a private practice in Palo Alto.

  • Rachael Peltz

    Rachael Peltz, Ph.D.is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist in Berkeley working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. She is a faculty member, supervising and personal analyst at PINC and past president of Psychoanalysis for Social Responsibility — Division 39. Dr.

  • Karen M. Peoples

    Karen Peoples, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC. Dr. Peoples has published and presented papers on the uncanny and the relational unconscious, incest trauma, social trauma, traumatic and transcendent forms of emptiness, and sensory communication in analytic work. She has offices in San Francisco and San Rafael.

  • Harvey Peskin

    Harvey Peskin, Ph.D., is a Professor Emeritus at San Francisco State University, former president of PINC, and recipient of the International Psychoanalytic Association’s 2013 Hayman Prize for Published Work Pertaining to Traumatized Children and Adults. Dr. Peskin has taught courses on trauma and dehumanization for several years at The Wright Institute. He has a practice in Berkeley.

  • Ilene Philipson

    Ilene Philipson, Ph.D., holds doctorates in sociology, clinical psychology, and psychoanalysis and has taught at UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, and NYU. She is a training and supervising analyst at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles. In addition to On The Shoulders of Women: The Feminization of Psychotherapy, her books include Married to The Job; Ethel Rosenberg: Beyond the Myths; and Women, Class, and the Feminist Imagination (Ed.). Dr.

  • Lee Rather

    Lee Rather, Ph.D.is a faculty member at SFCP and PINC where he is a personal and supervising analyst. He has published and presented widely, focusing on avoiding orthodoxy in pursuit of creatively integrating diverse clinical approaches. Dr. Rather provides psychoanalysis, individual and couples therapy, and consultation in San Francisco.

  • Tim Renner

    Tim Renner has used and taught digital tools of creative collaboration since 1993 and is currently Manager of Administrative Systems at PINC. Informed by cybernetics, philosophy of science, futurist film, sputnik-era fiction, and post-punk aesthetics, he invites this class to re-imagine our mastery of and enslavement to information technology.

  • Thomas Rosbrow

    Tom Rosbrow, Ph.D., is a training and supervising analyst and faculty member at PINC ICP. His most recent paper, “Murakami’s After the Quake: The Writer as Waking Dreamer and Trauma Analyst,” was published in the March/April 2012 issue of Psychoanalytic Dialogues. He practices in San Francisco.

  • Jonathan Rousell

    Jonathan H. Rousell, Psy.D., completed his doctorate at the Wright Institute. Over the course of his training, he has worked in various settings with a diverse range of individuals, couples, and groups. He has a psychological assistantship in San Francisco and is completing his postdoctoral fellowship at UCSF.

  • Megan Rundel

    Megan Rundel, Ph.D., is a graduate of PINC. She has taught widely in the Bay Area psychoanalytic community. She is also a Zen teacher at the Crimson Gate Meditation Community. Dr. Rundel has special interests in sexuality, spirituality, and the body in psychoanalysis. She has a private practice in Oakland.

  • Stanley Ruszczysnki

    Stanley Ruszczynski, B.Sc., is the former Deputy Director and Clinical Training Coordinator at the Tavistock Center for Couple Relations. He is currently the Clinical Director of the Portman Clinic (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London), a psychoanalyst, a psychoanalytic psychotherapist (British Association of Psychotherapists), and a psychoanalytic couple psychotherapist (British Society of Couple Psychotherapists and Counselors).

  • Laurel Samuels

    Laurel Samuels, Ph.D., is a member and faculty at PINC and studied at the Tavistock Clinic. She has taught courses on Winnicott for PINC and NCSPP. Dr. Samuels is in private practice in San Francisco.

  • Susan Sands

    Susan Sands, Ph.D., is faculty at PINC and is Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychology Department, UC Berkeley. She has published in the areas of eating disorders, dissociation, female development, unconscious communication, dreams, and aging. Dr. Sands is in private practice in Berkeley.

  • Sue Saperstein

    Sue Saperstein MFT, Psy.D., is a psychoanalyst, supervisor, and faculty at PINC and faculty at CAPA (Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance), SFCP, CPMC, SBCPS, and NCSPP. She has a private practice in San Francisco.

  • Regina Shields

    Regina Shields, Ph.D, MFT, has taught and/or supervised at the Wright Institute, Access Institute, TPI, and Ann Martin’s Children’s Center. She has also presented at SFCP and TPI on clinical and theoretical issues pertaining to race and psychotherapy. Dr. Shields has a private practice in Oakland.

  • Ruth Simon

    Ruth Simon, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, a parenting consultant to parents of multiples, and the Director of Training at Access Institute. She has written and presented nationally on the psychology of twins and recently published an article on parenting twins in the September 2014 issue of Psychology Today online.

  • Lee R. Slome

    Lee Slome, Ph.D., is a graduate of PINC. She supervises and teaches at Bay Area training programs including PINC, NCSPP, and Access Institute. Dr. Slome has a private practice in Oakland, where she treats adults, adolescents, and couples, and offers individual and group consultation.

  • Mark Solms

    Mark Solms, PhD is a psychoanalyst and a lecturer in neurosurgery at the St Bartholomew's Hospital and the Royal London School of Medicine, Chair of neuropsychology, University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Director of the Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.  He is the Founding Editor of the journal, Neuropsychoanalysis and winner of the Sigourney Award for outstanding achievement in psychoanalysis (h

  • Angela Sowa

    Angela Sowa, Psy.D., MFT, is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty member at PINC and an Assistant Clinical Professor at UC San Francisco. Dr. Sowa supervises Tavistock Model Infant Observation groups and is a consultant to Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital. She maintains a private practice in Palo Alto related to perinatal loss, pregnancy, and early parenting.

  • Ivria Spieler

    Ivria Spieler, Ph.D., Psy.D., MFT, is personal and supervising analyst at PINC. She teaches at CPMC and in Israel, as well as private groups in Cupertino and San Francisco. Dr. Spieler has a private practice in Cupertino.

  • Maria St. John

    Maria Seymour St. John, Ph.D., MFT is Director of Training at the UCSF Infant-Parent Program.  Recent articles have appeared in Zero to Three and the Handbook of Infant Mental Health and she has chapters in the forthcoming Handbook of Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychopathology (Guilford) and Women, Mothers, Subjects: New Explorations in the Maternal (Routledge).

  • Beth Steinberg

    Beth Steinberg, Ph.D., is a member and faculty at SFCP and is on the faculty at Access Institute and CPMC. She is in private practice in San Francisco.

  • Mark Sullivan

    Mark Sullivan, Ph.D., MFT, is an analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and a member of TPI in Berkeley. Dr. Sullivan teaches in the analytic training program of the Jung Institute, in their professional programs, and for the larger public. He practices in Oakland and San Francisco seeing adults, adolescents, couples, and clinical consultees.

  • Barbara Sullivan

    Barbara Stevens Sullivan, MSW, is a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Berkeley. She is the author of two books on psychotherapy – Psychotherapy Grounded in the Feminine Principle (Chiron, 1989) and The Mystery of Analytical Work: Weavings from Jung and Bion (Routledge, 2010) – as well as two novels.

  • Annie Sweetnam

    Annie Sweetnam, Ph.D., is a faculty member at PINC and NCSPP and past editor of fort da. She has published on numerous psychoanalytic topics, including the capacity to experience beauty and how patient and analyst change together. Dr. Sweetnam has a private practice in Berkeley and Oakland, where she facilitates writing groups for psychotherapists and psychoanalysts.

  • Diane Swirsky

    Diane Swirsky, Ph.D., is past president of NCSPP and has taught and trained therapists in the Bay Area for the past 25 years. She recently presented at both SFCP and TPI on the topic of race and culture in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Dr. Swirsky is a psychologist in private practice in Oakland.

  • Neil Talkoff

    Neil Talkoff, Ph.D., is a faculty member at SFCP, has taught American Relational Psychoanalysis and currently is teaching a case conference. He’s instructed at CPMC, where he was awarded Outstanding Teacher of the Year three times, and has presented at NCSPP and the IPA’s 2016 convention. Dr. Talkoff’s psychoanalytic private practice includes couples therapy and peer consultation.

  • Michael Guy Thompson

    Michael Guy Thompson, Ph.D., is personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC, and former president of NCSPP. He is on the adjunct faculties of CSPP and CIIS and has lectured in numerous countries. Dr. Thompson has written articles, books, and book reviews on psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and schizophrenia. He practices existential psychoanalysis in San Francisco.

  • Drew Tillotson

    Drew Tillotson, Psy.D., is past president of PINC, NCSPP, and past vice president of IPSO. He teaches and supervises widely in the Bay Area and has published on masculinity and aging. Dr. Tillotson sits on the CIPS Board and IPA’s Psychoanalysis & Culture Committee and is working on a forthcoming book on the intersection of psychoanalysis and technologies.

  • Sharon Tyson

    Sharon Tyson, Ph.D., has been the Chief Psychologist and Director of the Psychology Internship Program at CPMC for seven years. Previously, she was the Director of Psychology Training at St. Mary’s Medical Center. Dr. Tyson has had a private practice in San Francisco for the past 22 years.

  • Monica Vorchheimer

    Monica Vorchheimer, M.A., an experienced psychoanalyst and couple and family therapist, is a training and supervising analyst from the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytical Association (APdeBA) in Argentina. She is a full member of the IPA, a member of the IPA Committee on Psychoanlysis with Families and Couples, a member of the European Federation of Psychotherapy (FEAP), and honorary member of AAPPIPNA (Spain). A professor at the University Institute of Mental Health in Argentina, Dr.

  • Andrea Walt

    Andrea Walt, Ph.D., is a faculty member, and personal and supervisory analyst at PINC. She teaches theory and clinical practice in a variety of training settings. Dr. Walt has a private practice in Oakland, offering psychoanalysis and psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and couples.­­­

  • Jamieson Webster

    Jamieson Webster, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst in New York. Member of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. Founding member of the psychoanalytic collective - Das Unbehagen. Author of The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis (Karnac, 2011) and - with Simon Critchley- Stay, Illusion! (Patheon, 2013). She has published in Apology, Cabinet, The Guardian, The New York Times, Playboy, and many psychoanalytic publications.

  • Bruce Weitzman

    Bruce Weitzman, MFT, is a graduate member of PINC, serves on PINC’s Board, and supervises clinicians-in-training at CIIS and Access Institute. His theoretical orientation interweaves Lacanian and Relational perspectives. He has a private practice in San Francisco, where he provides psychoanalytic treatment and consultation.

  • Bryant Welch

    Bryant L. Welch, J.D., Ph.D., provides psychotherapy and marriage counseling, consults on mental health related matters, and writes on political and psychological issues. His first book, State of Confusion: Political Manipulation and the Assault on the American Mind, was published in 2008. He currently blogs for The Huffington Post. Dr. Welch practices in San Francisco.

  • Amy Weston

    Amy Weston, Ph.D., has been a practicing psychologist for over 30 years. She participates in the training of interns and candidates at TPI, and is an analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. Dr. Weston has interests in archetypal defenses to trauma and issues of gender and sexual identity within a Jungian context.

  • Dana Wideman

    Dana Wideman, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and faculty member at PINC. She is also faculty at the Palo Alto Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program and adjunct clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University. She maintains a private practice in Palo Alto.

  • Katya Woodmansee

    Katya Woodmansee, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Berkeley who works with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Woodmansee is a clinical supervisor at the Psychological Services Center at Alliant International University and is a member of the Preschool Consultation Group at SFCP and the Neuropsychoanalysis Planning Committee at PINC.

  • Enid B. Young

    Enid Young, Ph.D., is a personal and supervising analyst and a graduate of PINC and on the faculty. She has written on a psychoanalytic approach to addiction and a neuropsychoanalytic approach to memory. Dr. Young teaches a study group on Bion and Neuropsychoanalysis. She has a private practice in Berkeley.

  • Michael Zimmerman

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of English at San Francisco State University; Professor of English at the Fromm Institute, University of San Francisco; a graduate of SFPI; and a faculty member of SFCP. He has a private practice in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in Berkeley.

  • Thomas Zurfluh

    Thomas Zurfluh, Psy.D., is an advanced candidate at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC). He maintains a private practice in San Francisco where he provides assessment and psychotherapy for adults, children and their families.