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, 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, 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, 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.
Stephanie Z. Chen, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and faculty at the Wright Institute. As a bicultural psychologist, she addresses race, gender, immigration, acculturation, and the tension of navigating between conflicting worlds. Her interests include ethnic/cultural identity formation and the integration of relational psychodynamic theories with a multicultural, social justice lens.
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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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.