A new year offers a paradox. Of course, the turning of the calendar marks the birth of something fresh, unique and never before known. But it also represents a continuation of something very old indeed, advancing time's continuous flow.
Our Northern California psychoanalytic community also embodies both these qualities. Innovative scholarship, current service, and even the use of new technologies to strengthen our community cannot be separated from a thread of rich psychoanalytic history that connects more than 100 years and many continents.
In this spirit, we salute The Study Group Clearinghouse, a novel effort by the Friends of SFPI&S and the SFPI&S Extension Division that uses an inventive idea to bring new life to the long tradition of psychoanalytic consultation groups and study groups. The clearinghouse is a central place to find out about analytic study groups meeting throughout the Bay Area. Posting is free, and the project is sure to help the analytically inclined discover exciting opportunities for education and fellowship.
All of us at IMPULSE look forward to another year chronicling and serving this lively community, and we wish you the best for 2007. We hope you enjoy this month's issue, and we hope you'll join NCSPP to assist us in furthering the community that belongs to all of us.
Who are you? Are you an analyst? A psychotherapist? A student? Do you see people on the couch? In a clinic? Or a hospital? Once a week? Twice a week? Four times? Do you believe that Oedipal phantasies emerge in early infancy?
California College of the Arts offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in fine arts, design, architecture, writing, and curatorial studies on campuses in Oakland and San Francisco.
Many practitioners are applying psychodynamic principles to the work they do, even when treatment doesn't conform to the traditional frame.
The term "blog" refers to a web-based journal wherein individuals offer up their personal experiences to anyone with a web browser.
BE COUNTED: NCSPP is conducting a brief online survey to assess the needs of the Bay Area psychoanalytic community. We encourage you to take NCSPP's surveytoday.
PSYCHOANALYTIC CASE CONSULTATION GROUP: Mind-Body Issues, Fostering Psyche-Soma Integration. Ongoing group meets Mondays, 10:30 AM - Noon, 5845 College Avenue, Oakland, Dori Dubin, Psy.D., (510) 547-2522, $40 per meeting.
ELMWOOD THERAPY OFFICE SUBLET. Charming brown shingle w/ PhDs, MDs, analysts. By Alta Bates, near Whole Foods, Elmwood Shopping. Very private. Parking lot. Shared waiting room. Adult and child clients. Available M-F after 2pm. $130 per day / $550 week. Contact Dr. Meg Jay @ (510) 332-5480.
SFPI&S Foundations of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Wed, Jan 3 (begins) / 12 - 2:45 PM / (415) 563-5815 / 2420 Sutter Street / San Francisco / $900
SFPI&S / J. Dunn, Ph.D.; S. Chase, M.D.; E. Simpson, L.C.S.W.; C. Wallis, M.D.; C. Fisher, M.D.
Student Outreach: Early Development from a Psychoanalytic Perspective
Wed, Jan 3 (begins) / 7:15 - 8:45 PM / Stanford Psych., 401 Quarry Rd., Rm. 2209 / Stanford
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Mary Jane Otte, Ph.D. / free
A Day with Robin Anderson
Sat, Jan 6 / 9 AM - 3:30 PM / UCSF Conference Center, 3333 California / San Francisco
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Robin Anderson / $55 - $140
Scientific Meeting with Gilbert Kliman, M.D.
Mon, Jan 8 / 7:30 - 9:30 PM / SFPI&S Library, 2420 Sutter St. / San Francisco
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Gilbert Kliman, M.D. / free
Student Outreach: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Case Conference
Tue, Jan 9 (begins) / 7:30 - 9 PM / Herrick Hospital, 2201 Dwight, CC Conference / Berkeley
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Alice Feller, M.D. / free
Student Outreach: Masochistic Resistances in Treatment
Wed, Jan 10 (begins) / 7:30 - 9 PM / 2420 Sutter Street / San Francisco
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Michael Bronzo, M.D.; Luke Moix, M.D. / free
SFPI&S Friends Clinical Forum (Case Presentation & Discussion)
Tue, Jan 16 / 7:30 - 9 PM / (415) 563-5815 / 2420 Sutter St. / San Francisco / free (CE $15)
Friends of SFPI&S / Milena Edwards, M.A. (presenter); Holly Gordon, DMH (discussant)
SFPI&S Extension Division: Animals in our Dreams
Sat, Jan 20 / 10 - 12 AM / Epworth UM Church, 1953 Hopkins / Berkeley
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Christina Halsey, Ph.D. / $50
A Conversation with John Gottman
Sat, Jan 27 / 9 AM - 12 PM / (510) 548-2250 / Berkeley Rep, 2025 Addison St. / Berkeley
The Psychotherapy Institute / John Gottman, Ph.D.; intro by Daniel Wile, Ph.D. / $45 - $75
Psychoanalytic Grand Rounds at Stanford: Family Romance Denied
Wed, Jan 31 / 6 - 7:15 PM / Stanford Psych. Bldg., 401 Quarry Rd., Rm. 2209 / Stanford
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Gary Grossman, Ph.D. / free
Public Lecture Series -- Open Adoption: How to Make an Enduring Match
Wed, Jan 31 / 7:30 - 9 PM / 2420 Sutter St. / San Francisco
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Harriet Wolfe, M.D. / free
Poetry Reading and Conversation with Jane Hirshfield
Fri, Feb 2 / 7:30 - 9:30 PM / Fort Mason Center / San Francisco
C. G. Jung Institute / (415) 771-8080 / Jane Hirschfield, poet / $50
SFPI&S Extension Division: The Capacity to Tolerate Thoughts
Sat, Feb 3 / 9 AM - 1 PM / Elks Lodge, 4249 El Camino Real / Palo Alto
SFPI&S / (415) 563-5815 / Nancy Peters, M.S.W. / $100