Paula Mandel, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst at PINC, where she is on the teaching faculty and is co-chair of the Visiting Scholars committee. She has supervised and taught at numerous Bay Area locations. Her discussion of Jonathon Sklar’s “Violence, Destruction and Survival; Regression at the Level of the Basic Fault” is currently in press.
Mali A. Mann
Mali A. Mann, M.D., is a child and adult psychoanalyst and psychiatrist who practices in Palo Alto and San Francisco. Dr. Mann is SFCP faculty, training and supervising analyst, and a clinical professor at Stanford, where she teaches medical ethics. She is also the Chair of IPA’s Inter-committee on Child Abuse. Her most recent book, Psychoanalytic Aspects of Assisted Reproductive Technology, received several awards.
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.
Jimena Martí-Haik, M.A., is a psychoanalyst from Mexico City. She majored in Latin American Literature and Literary Criticism and has a Master’s degree in Psychoanalytic Theory. A trained analyst, she has a private practice and has worked in psychiatric institutions. Her interest is the intersection of cultural productions, social discourses, and subjectivity.
Audrey Martin, MFT, is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco and Berkeley, where she sees adults and adolescents. Audrey has been involved as a preschool mental health consultant, and served as the former Training Director of the Master’s Level Intern Program at the McAuley Institute, Adolescent Inpatient and Outpatient units.
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, 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, Ph.D., is on the faculty at the Wright Institute, PINC, and SFCP.
She has a private practice in Berkeley.
Molly Merson, LMFT, is in independent practitioner working with adults and adolescents in psychoanalysis and talk therapy. Whether through writing, presentations, blogging, or in her work with patients, Molly interrogates whiteness and other systems of power and aims to incorporate decolonial approaches to healing. https://www.mollymerson.com/
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 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.
Donna Moriguchi, Ph.D., has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and seniors for over 25 years in community mental health organizations and her private practice. During that time, she has also taught and provided multicultural relational supervision. Trained as a psychoanalytic psychodynamic psychotherapist, Dr. Moriguchi’s philosophy in her collaborations is that all are striving to be their best selves as they navigate their way through familial, societal, cultural, and innate challenges.
Benjamin Morsa, Psy.D.’s clinical work and writing is rooted in psychoanalytic theory and wanders divergently through several SPINS including: the educational assessment of bilingual children, queer and transgender theory and experience, neurodiversity and neuro-affirming approaches to assessment and psychoanalysis, historical and contemporary constructions of masculinity, critical autism studies, ecology, and mycology.
Mahima Muralidharan, Psy.D., has extensive experience providing program management, clinical supervision and training, and psychological care for underserved adults, children, and families in the U.S. and India. Dr. Muralidharan coordinated the school-based clinical training program at the Ann Martin Center, served as President of the NCSPP, and is co-founder of Cohear SF, an organizational consulting firm promoting workplace well-being. She teaches throughout in the Bay Area.
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.