Milena Edwards, Psy.D., has spent her career focusing on issues of female identity from early adulthood to navigating choices around work, family, and partnerships. Dr. Edwards is the Director of Training at Access Institute and has a private practicein Oakland.
Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D., is an associate professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a developmental and clinical psychologist with a private practice in Oakland. She is Director of Mental Health of the Child and Adolescent Gender Center and attending psychologist at at Benioff Children’s Hospital. Dr. Ehrensaft has served on the faculty of UCSF, UC Berkeley, the Wright Institute, PINC, and Access Institute. She has authored seven books, including the forthcoming The Gender Creative Child.
Esther Ehrensaft, Ph.D., is in private practice in San Francisco and has particular expertise in the area of adoption and interfaith and transracial couples therapy. She has taught and presented on the psychology of adoption locally and abroad and created the mandatory adoption preparation workshops for local and international organizations.
Dianne Elise, Ph.D., personal and supervising analyst and faculty at PINC, has served on the Editorial Boards of JAPA and Studies in Gender & Sexuality. She has elaborated her 2018 fort da essay on a Winnicottian field theory into a forthcoming book of her papers, “Creativity and the Erotic Dimensions of the Analytic Field” (Routledge, 2019).
Eric P. Essman
Eric Essman, MA, is Co-Chair of the NCSPP Intensive Study Group Committee, a board member of PINC, and has frequently contributed film and book reviews to fort da.
Mary J. Ewert, DMH, is a member and faculty at SFCP and on the clinical faculty at UCSF. She practices psychoanalysis and psychotherapy with adults in San Francisco and Walnut Creek.