SPSI Community Meeting Space

Online via Zoom

SPSI will be offering a Community Meeting Space for our conversation on racism to continue through the summer.  This will be an unstructured meeting open to all in the SPSI community.  These informal meetings should include SPSI members only, and everyone involved should understand that their content is solely the responsibility of the participants.  The community

SPSI Community Meeting Space

Online via Zoom

SPSI will be offering a Community Meeting Space for our conversation on racism to continue through the summer.  This will be an unstructured meeting open to all in the SPSI community.  These informal meetings should include SPSI members only, and everyone involved should understand that their content is solely the responsibility of the participants.  The community

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

In this meeting, we will continue the conversation regarding racism and how SPSI has and will respond.  One of our intentions for the meeting is to strengthen our ability to talk openly and listen carefully when sharing our hopes, fears, and pain regarding racism. In preparation for this meeting, we would like to gather as

SPSI Town Hall Meeting

Online via Zoom

SPSI, with the help of its Diversity Committee, invites its Faculty, Clinical Associates, and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy students to a Town Hall meeting.

End-of-Year Celebration

Online via Zoom

Come and virtually mingle for an end-of-year celebration of the graduates of the APPP, the completion of 4th-year didactics in adult and child training programs, and the close of the academic year.

“The Global Brain and Psychoanalytic Engagement” with Ron Levin MD (SPSI Scientific Session)

Online via Zoom

Presented by Ron Levin, MD Read the paper here. The COVID-19 pandemic is a powerful reminder of ever present “survival of the fittest” pressures. These pressures, because they directly affect the functional structures and connections within the developing brain and mind—and the brain and mind are always developing—play a role in psychoanalytic treatment. The individual’s

Free