Workshops & Presentations
“Object-Relations and Resiliency: Understanding the Role of Internalized Objects in the Development of Illness and Resilience,” Haight Ashbury Psychological Services, San Francisco, CA. February 2012.
“The Protector-Persecutor: A Depth Psychology Approach to Working with Complex Trauma,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. January and February 2012.
“The Healing Relationship: Countertransference Issues in Working with Trauma Survivors,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. December 2011.
“Big T and Small t: Distinguishing PTSD from Complex Trauma,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. November 2011.
“The Analyst’s Acts of Freedom: Symington's View on the Relational Dynamics in the Therapy Room,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. October 2011.
“The First Session: Ogden on the Significance of the Initial Analytic Encounter,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. September 2011.
“Becoming Your Own Good Enough Mother: A New Treatment Intervention to Foster Resiliency in Adults,”
PSC, San Francisco, CA. February 2011.
“Object Relations and Resiliency: The Missing Link,”
Individual, Community and National Resilience and their inter-relations (ICNR) Conference. The Multidisciplinary Resiliency Research Center, Tel-Hai College and The Community Stress Prevention Center, Israel. January 2013.
“Magnificent Uncertainty: Exploring the Natural through Existential and Buddhist Psychologies,”
American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA. August 2008.
“Echology: How Interdependence Echoes in Existentialism and Ecopsychology,”
In Ecology, Environment, and Society: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives.
California Sociological Association Annual Conference, Berkeley, CA. November 2007.