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 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.
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 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, 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 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).