The Magic Years of Selma Fraiberg: Clinician, Researcher, WriterSFSU Seven Hills Conference Center 1600 Holloway Ave , San Francisco, CA
The Sanville Institute and the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work present a conference celebrating the centenary of the birth of Selma Fraiberg Selma Fraiberg’s integration of social work and psychoanalysis had a profound impact on infant mental health, child development, psychoanalysis and the larger community. Beginning with group work with disadvantaged children and … Continue reading The Magic Years of Selma Fraiberg: Clinician, Researcher, Writer
Psychotherapy with Transgender and Gender Expansive People Across the Lifespan
Defining gender health as the ability to live authentically in ones armed gender, free from aspersion or negativity from the surrounding culture, a new model for working with transgender clients will be the focus of this year’s Spring Symposium.
Multicultural Issues in PsychotherapyHome Office of Gabie Berliner 120 Commonwealth Ave, San Francisco
"Multicultural Issues in Psychotherapy," featuring Zonya Johnson, PhD, Dean of the Sanville Institute
Grounding Trauma-Informed Care in Black Psychology: Working Effectively with African American Persons, Families and Communities
Sponsored by The Association of Black Psychologists, Inc.
2018 ConvocationLa Quinta Inn 920 University Ave , Berkeley, CA
Final Sanville Institute Convocation, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm October 20, 2018 in Berkeley.
Re-envisioning Politics in Psychotherapy: The Therapist’s ExperienceZoom
Presenter: Jennifer Bulow, LCSW, PhD Discussant: Samoan Barish, DSW, PhD The presentation will start at 10:20am. This presentation will focus on the findings of qualitative research exploring therapists’ personal and professional experiences and clinical exchanges regarding “the political” in psychotherapy and the applications of these findings to ongoing practice. Jennifer Bulow is in private practice … Continue reading Re-envisioning Politics in Psychotherapy: The Therapist’s Experience
Estranging From a Parent and The Implications for Clinical WorkZoom
Presenter: Catherine Cheyette, Ph.D, LCSW Discussant: Silvio Machado, Ph.D “Meet & Greet” at 10am. Presentation Start at 10:20am This research was an exploratory study of the lived experience of having estranged from a parent and the experience of working on issues related to the estrangement in therapy. The findings from the data on the experience … Continue reading Estranging From a Parent and The Implications for Clinical Work
The Mutual Impact of Being a Clinician/MotherZoom
Presenter: Geri Goldmann, PhD, LCSW, MSW Discussant: Sylvia Sussman, PhD “Meet & Greet” at 10am. Presentation Start at 10:20am 12:00-12:20pm: Ceremony to honor the three former Sanville students who completed their doctoral degree program at the Institute for Clinical Social Work in Chicago. Do we say one thing to clients regarding their parenting and then … Continue reading The Mutual Impact of Being a Clinician/Mother
Ethical Considerations: Boundary DilemmasZoom
The Sanville Institute & The AAPCSW Present Ethical Considerations: Boundary Dilemmas Course Descriptions, Bios, and Learning Objectives Presenter: Samoan Barish, PhD, LCSW Topic: Overview - What are Boundary Dilemmas? Course Description: There is a growing appreciation in contemporary psychodynamic psychotherapy of the inevitability of boundary dilemmas, given the inherently subjective, intersubjective, and interpersonal nature of … Continue reading Ethical Considerations: Boundary Dilemmas
The Impact of Using Native Versus Second-Learned Language in the Clinical DyadZoom
The Sanville Institute Presents The Impact of Using Native Versus Second-Learned Language in the Clinical Dyad Location: Zoom. You will receive the link after you register Presenter: Maria Pilar Bratko, PhD, MFT Discussants: Sylvia Sussman, PhD & Whitney van Nouhuys, PhD, MFT Date: Sunday, October 9, 2022 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., PDT, (Followed … Continue reading The Impact of Using Native Versus Second-Learned Language in the Clinical Dyad