THE SAN FRANCISCO CENTER FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS
A Day with Virginia Ungar, M.D.
Saturday, November 15th, 9:00-3:30 pm
Virginia Ungar is a training analyst and faculty member of the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytic Institute. Trained in infant observation, her work with children and adolescents informs her work with adults. She is also a keen observer of how cultural changes affect psychoanalytic practice. Her interest in the work of Bion, Klein and Meltzer reflects her openness to diverse analytic ideas. An interview with Dr. Ungar is available on the SFCP website at: http://sf-cp.org/interview.
Dr. Ungar will present a clinical paper, "Clinical Work Today: What Remains and What Has Changed in Psychoanalytic Technique." Mary Brady, PhD will discuss the paper. Erin Mullin, PhD will present an adolescent case to Dr. Ungar.
SF Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street, San Francisco
For registration and information, go to http://sf-cp.org/day-with