NCSPP

Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology
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Upcoming Courses & Events

Intensive Study Group
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
St. Clement's Church, East Bay

The 2016-17 ISG will explore clinical and theoretical implications of the accelerating technological developments of the last quarter century. We will consider whether these changes demand corresponding alterations in therapeutic technique, including the frame-altering deployment of Skype and texting. Might relational practice or modes of intervention derived from field theory or trauma theory, for example, better respond to the needs of a techno-savvy, techno-anxious, or technophobic patient population than more classical “one-person” modes of practice? How do we understand the ways that we and our patients make use of the self-representational capabilities afforded by digital media?

Intensive Study Group
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC), San Francisco

The 2016-17 ISG will explore clinical and theoretical implications of the accelerating technological developments of the last quarter century. We will consider whether these changes demand corresponding alterations in therapeutic technique, including the frame-altering deployment of Skype and texting. Might relational practice or modes of intervention derived from field theory or trauma theory, for example, better respond to the needs of a techno-savvy, techno-anxious, or technophobic patient population than more classical “one-person” modes of practice? How do we understand the ways that we and our patients make use of the self-representational capabilities afforded by digital media?

Lecture | Event
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The David Brower Center, East Bay

Join NCSPP and PCPG for a special event to introduce the innovative Latin American psychoanalytic model called Link Theory to the San Francisco Bay Area psychoanalytic community. Our visiting scholar, Monica Vorchheimer, is an award-winning training and supervising psychoanalyst and couple psychotherapist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She will describe the historical background and theoretical concepts that constitute this rich and unique approach to understanding relationships.

We are committed to the study of psychoanalytic psychology and to encourage its interest in Northern California's professional and general communities.

NCSPP’s varied array of learning opportunities; our journal fort da; our e-newsletter Impulse; and numerous special events and projects are all brought to you by scores of volunteers who work to support NCSPP’s mission. Our educational programs include continuing education credit for Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.

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NCSPP Publications

Our psychoanalytic journal that provides a forum for local professionals as well as national and international thinkers and clinicians.
Our psychoanalytic journal that provides a forum for local professionals as well as national and international thinkers and clinicians.
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Bringing the Bay Area’s psychoanalytic scene to your inbox the first of each month.