Calendars for Program Planners

Calendars for Program Planners

The following are the event calendars shared between SFCP, NCSPP, PINC, PCPG, and TPI.  The purpose of these calendars is to show each other the public events we will have, so we won’t be planning similar programs on top of each other.  Please take this information into consideration when planning your programs.

Showing events/meetings from San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis (SFCP)

Showing events/meetings from SFCP and public events from NCSPP, PINC, PCPG and TPI.

Showing public events from The Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (NCSPP)

Showing public events from Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (PINC)

Showing public events from Psychoanalytic Couple Psychotherapy Group (PCPG)

Showing public events from The Psychotherapy Institute (TPI)

Procedure for Scheduling SFCP events/programs/classes/meetings:

Program Planners:  Thank you for your efforts to schedule a program for SFCP!   In order to support staff in dealing with scheduling conflicts, and to support participation in all SFCP programs/committees by avoiding double bookings, SFCP has implemented a procedure to handle potential scheduling conflicts. Please follow the procedures outlined below to schedule your event: 

  1.  Review the SFCP calendar (as well as the Combined Calendar) posted on the SFCP website to check for open dates, and contact the Membership Services Manager nicole.lee@sfcp.org to reserve a date. 
  2. Ideally, no events should be scheduled on a date where there is an existing program/meeting posted on the SFCP Calendar.  If there is already a program/meeting scheduled for a date you would like to use, and if you think that there will not be a conflict given the audience you anticipate for your program, please contact the existing program organizer to ask if they approve the double booking.   Before double booking, all program planners are advised to consider the likely target audience of each program/meeting and the potential burden it places on members to either attend both programs or decide between them (thereby reducing participation in each program).
  3. If the program planner for the existing program/meeting approves the double booking, please ask them to email the Membership Services Manager nicole.lee@sfcp.org to confirm. [The SFCP office will only schedule double bookings with written consent from the existing program planner].   If the program planner expresses concerns about the scheduling conflict, you will need to find another date for your program.   If you and another program planner cannot come to an agreement regarding a scheduling issue, please contact Administrative Director marcia.hodges@sfcp.org who will attempt to help resolve the difficulty.
  4. In order to respect important days of observance for our members, no programs or meetings can be scheduled (either in-person or remotely) on dates designated as SFCP HolidaysThe goal of this initiative is for SFCP programs, classes, and meetings to be accessible to anyone who wants to come, including those whose cultural holidays are not protected by national holidays.  For ongoing programs, please look ahead to upcoming years to plan accordingly.

Note:  We understand and regret that these scheduling procedures will add extra steps to your workload.  It is our best attempt to find a compromise that both supports staff in dealing with

Upcoming Events

Saturday, March 2, 2024
Child Colloquium Series
The Oblivious Object
Mary Brady, PhD (presenter); Anne Alvarez, PhD, M.A.C.P (discussant, will join via ZOOM from London); Sharon Tyson, PhD (moderator)
Monday, March 4, 2024
Scientific Meetings
Psychoanalysis as a Subversive Phenomenon: Social Change, Virtue Ethics and Analytic Theory
Amber Trotter, PsyD (presenter); Introduced by Andy Harlem
Wednesdays, March 6, 2024 to March 27, 2024
Psychoanalytic Student Seminars
Introduction to the Lacanian Clinic
Sydney Tan, PsyD (instructor)
Thursday, March 7, 2024
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Education Division
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program (SF-PPTP) Informational Open House
Saturday, March 9, 2024
The James Grotstein Memorial Lectures in Comparative Psychoanlaysis
Panel Presentation on Four Iconic Papers by Thomas Ogden
Joseph Aguayo, PhD; Maxine Anderson, MD; Peter Goldberg, PhD; Bruce Reis, PhD, FIPA, BCPsa (panelists)
Saturday, March 16, 2024
Child Colloquium Series
Consultee-Centered Consultation as Used with Daycare, Preschool and Child Life Programs
Thomas F. Barrett, PhD and Denia Barrett, MSW (presenters); Shahla Chehrazi, MD (case presentation); Paul Brinich, PhD (moderator)
Thursday, March 21, 2024
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Education Division
Palo Alto Psychoanlaytic Psychotherapy Training Program (PAPPTP) Informational Open House
Saturday, April 13, 2024
Visiting Professor Weekend
The Role of the Analyst
Darian Leader (presenter); Jeanne Wolff-Bernsterin, PhD (discussant); Patricia Marra, MFT (moderator)
Sunday, April 14, 2024
Visiting Professor Weekend
Professor’s Choice with Darian Leader
On “Constructions in Analysis”
Darian Leader (presenter); Israel Katz, MD (moderator)
Saturday, April 27, 2024
Child Colloquium Series
Lives Across Time: The Clinical and Attachment Implications of a Psychoanalytic Longitudinal Study
Henry Massie, MD and Nathan Szajnberg, MD (presenters); Bart Blinder, MD, PhD (discussant); Courtney Hartman, PsyD (moderator)
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