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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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.