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November 2019

Student Paper Presentation
7:30 - 9:30 pm
Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center, East Bay

Please join the Pre-Licensed Clinicians Committee in celebrating the work of Amber Trotter, Psy.D., on her paper titled, “Living Our Dreams or Dreaming a Nightmare: Reflections on an Increasingly Virtual Reality,” which received fort da’s 2018 Student Paper Award. Amber will present her paper, and a discussion facilitated by Brian Kuennemeier, Psy.D., will follow.

February 2020

Workshop
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Bay Zen Center, East Bay

This class will teach the fundamental psychoanalytic concepts most useful in couple therapy. Participants will learn about developmental versus defensive couples, the use of the third, projection, and the creative couple.

March 2020

Salon | Social Event
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Lost & Found Beer Garden, East Bay

Interested in meeting like-minded colleagues and discussing career interests, training and professional experiences, and psychoanalytic ideas in a casual setting? Join us in the spacious and vibrant outdoor patio at Lost & Found Beer Garden in Oakland for beer or kombucha on tap. This is a great opportunity to unwind after your day and start the Spring with colleagues.

April 2020

Salon | Social Event
7:00 - 9:00 pm
WestCoast Children's Clinic, East Bay

NCSPP’s Pre-licensed Clinicians Committee invites you to the 23rd in a series of conversations with senior clinicians in the field of depth psychology. Join your colleagues for a stimulating evening of food, wine, and conversation with Drs. Lani Chow, Greg Clinton, Mahima Muralidharan, Regina Shields, and Diane Swirsky about the intentionally psychoanalytic and racially diverse consultation group they have formed. We will talk about the structure of their group and how it has enriched their clinical theory, conceptualization, and practices. 

May 2020

Lecture | Event
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The David Brower Center, East Bay

We are bombarded today by celebratory discourses of multiculturalism and diversity in the face of intensifying racial discord and violence. In our so-called colorblind age, we lack sufficient critical resources to analyze the social and psychic conditions that give rise to such contradictions. Equally important, we have few conceptual frameworks to understand their social and psychic effects on Asian Americans. This course will explore these various topics.