5:00 - 7:00 pm

Sin Titulo Gallery

418 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Salon | Social Event
CE Credits: 
Participant Limit: 

$10 CMH General Public
$10 NCSPP CMH Members
$5 NCSPP Student Members
$5 Scholarship Rate (prior approval required to register at this fee)

Registration Notes: 

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Course Overview: 

Join the NCSPP CMH committee at an evening for community mental health staff at Sin Título, which aims to promote an awareness of contemporary Latin American art and to build an audience and community of art lovers, collectors, academics, gallerists, and artists in the United States and abroad. A tour of the gallery’s exhibits will be included as well as light refreshments.

Commitment to Equity: 

This event serves to highlight to diversity of Latin American art. Through the tour, participants from community mental health settings will learn more about the artists' experiences reflected in their work while having the opportunity to meet others from similar work environments.

Target Audience & Level: 

This event is for clinicians and students working in community mental health settings, including government agencies, schools, and non-profit organizations.

Cancellation & Refund Policies: 

There is no refund for cancellation.

Contact Information: 

For program related questions contact Katherine Eng, Ph.D.; keng@ncspp.org.


Community Mental Health Committee

This committee is a group of clinicians who are interested in the relationship between Community Mental Health (CMH) and psychoanalysis.  Psychoanalysis is anchored in a quality of close care and attention that is often systematically denied to members of disadvantaged communities and difficult to locate in stressed, under-resourced public mental health clinics.  CMH clinicians hold the tension between a variety of institutional, social, and political pressures and constraints. Meanwhile, psychoanalytic thinking sometimes misses the significance of these systemic influences on individual lives.

There is important work to be done in bridging the theoretical and concrete gaps between community work and psychoanalytic practice. The CMH committee aspires to create a more inclusive home for CMH clinicians within the NCSPP community. In turn, we advocate for greater investment from psychoanalysis in the projects of CMH practitioners- in terms of both theory and practical engagement.

We seek to identify the needs and interests of our various partners both in CMH and NCSPP.  We invite our community members to engage with us by emailing us at cmh@ncspp.org .

Katherine Eng, Ph.D., Chair
Geetali Chitre, Psy.D.
Hoa My Nguyen, LCSW