Ethics Committee

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New Candidate and Student Orientation

SPSI in Eastlake 1938 Fairview Ave E, Seattle, United States

This orientation event will introduce all the new Candidates and 2YCP students to SPSI, and provide program-specific information as well. Al new students and clinical associates are strongly encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP so we have an idea of how many people will be attending.

Welcome Party 2024

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Please join us on September 13th from 5-7pm for a social get-together at SPSI to celebrate the start of the 2024-25 year! Sandwiches, salads, sodas, and wine will be provided! Please RSVP so we have a good idea of how many people to expect and your dietary needs and preferences. Hope to see you!

Event Series Frontiers in Psychoanalysis

“Oedipal Experiences in Same-Sex Families” with Yifat Eitan-Persico, PhD

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https://youtu.be/dIrvge8k92Q In this video, meet Dr. Eitan-Persico and hear how her work has been received. In recent decades, a growing body of evidence has underscored the positive development of children raised by same-sex parents. These compelling findings not only challenge the traditional Oedipal theory but also lay bare its inherent heteronormative biases, compelling a thorough

SPSI Art Show Opening

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Join us for food, wine, friends, music, poetry and prose, and a variety of visual arts. We look forward to seeing you there!

Event Series Frontiers in Psychoanalysis

“Religion in the Room: Relational Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Faith, Spirituality, and Religion in the Therapeutic Encounter” with Lisa Cataldo, MDiv, PhD

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The relationship between psychoanalysis and religion has long been fraught, yet religion or spirituality can play a significant role in patients’ lives or our own. When patients bring up material of a religious or spiritual nature, many analysts find themselves at a loss. Can we understand and engage patients’ spiritual material in treatment in a

Event Series Frontiers in Psychoanalysis

“The Questions of Contemporary Psychoanalysis: A Decolonial Exploration of Analytic Futurity” with Daniel José Gaztambide, PsyD

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Outdated. Unscientific. Regressive. Such words capture a psychoanalysis in question. Through his presentation, Gaztambide draws on decoloniality, psychoanalytic theory, and research to address a series of questions plaguing contemporary psychoanalysis—the question of sexuality, the question of development, and the question of gender. Exploring these questions reveals the complex intersections of race and class, while simultaneously