A PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR THE PEOPLE: TOWARD A PROGRESSIVE PSYCHOANALYSIS
The Psychotherapy Institute presents our 40th anniversary fall symposium with featured speaker, Lewis Aron, Ph.D. and discussant, Mary Tennes, Ph.D.
ON DEEPENING THE TREATMENT: A Consultation and Reading Group in Los Gatos. Led by Alan Kessler, Ph.D., Supervisory and Training Analyst; Faculty; San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. (408) 358-5777.
TWO NEWLY REFURBISHED OFFICES IN SUITE. Waiting room; excellent soundproofing; Rockridge area; nice building with many therapists. $950/month each. Cornelia St. John, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAN FRANCISCO THERAPY OFFICE. Nicely decorated office (four offices in suite, shared waiting room) in newly decorated building at Divisadero and California. Available Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. $190/day including utilities. Alan Kubler (510) 526-4450.
PSYCHOTHERAPY OFFICE AVAILABLE: in charming Victorian suite. Sunny, quiet, built-in shelving. Includes use of waiting room, deck and common area. Centrally located near UCSF/Mt. Zion. Excellent public transportation. $770. Howard Gillis, Ph.D. (415) 346-2234. Martin Block, Ph.D. (415) 563-3438.
San Francisco Psychotherapy Forum
Traversing Deep Waters: School-Based Psychotherapy
East Bay Psychotherapy Forum
Second Fridays: Oslo, August 31st, Film Showing and Discussion
Beyond the Consulting Room
Visiting Professor: A Day with Rosine Perelberg, Ph.D.
Lewis Aron - A Psychotherapy for the People
Wrestling with the Angel: Aging, Illness, and Individuation
Scientific Meeting: Love and Melancholia in the Analysis of Women
Scientific Meeting: Whose Dream Is It Anyway? The Use of the Analyst's Dream
South Bay Psychotherapy Forum
Community Clinical Forum: Working in the Countertransference
Psychoanalytic Grand Rounds at Stanford