Saturday February 4, 2017, 9:00am – 4:00pm (6 CEs)
Morning Presenters: Bryan Nichols, PhD and Leslye Russell, MFT
Afternoon Panel: Amy Glick, MFT, Mark Bronnenberg, LCSW, and Sabeen Shaiq, LCSW
In the iconic song “Respect”, Aretha Franklin asks us to “find out what it means to me”. Following her lead, we invite you to join us in exploring what respect means to each of us in our supervisory roles as well as how we do and don't convey respect to our supervisees in the service of teaching and learning to do psychotherapy. In addition to our two morning speakers and afternoon panel, symposium participants will have the opportunity to interact with the topic in small group discussions.
In the Symposium we will explore and discuss:
Bryan Nichols, PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a practice located in West Los Angeles. His practice focuses on work with teens, family relationships, marital issues, and work stress. He also has unique expertise in working with youth athletes and has worked extensively with adoption and cultural identity issues. He received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from UCLA and undergraduate training in psychology from Howard University in Washington D.C.
Leslye Russell, MFT has been a trainee, supervisor, group leader and faculty member at TPI for over 30 years. She practices individual and couples therapy in Berkeley and continues to write and teach. In recent years, she has been interested in the intersection of modernism, fine arts, and psychoanalytic theory and practice. She holds a certificate in psychoanalysis from the International Psychotherapy Institute in Washington, DC.
Amy Glick, MFT has a private practice in Berkeley working with individuals, couples and families and runs a senior women's group for the City of El Cerrito. Amy is a graduate of TPI's Post-Graduate Training, Group Therapy Training, and Supervision Study Programs (SSP). She currently supervises at TPI, the Wright Institute's psychodynamic clinic, and the Women's Therapy Center. She also serves on the SSP Committee as a Consultant and Faculty member. She's currently a candidate at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.
Mark Bronnenberg, LCSW has been in private practice in Oakland and San Francisco since 1995, working with individuals and couples, and providing consultation. He has served for the past sixteen years as TPI’s Associate Director. Mark received his MSW in 1987 from Hunter College, NYC, and prior to coming to TPI was the Clinical Director at New Leaf Services in San Francisco, where he supervised clinical staff.
Sabeen Shaiq, LCSW is a relational psychotherapist, somatic practitioner, clinical supervisor, and trainer. She views healing from a holistic perspective including mind, body, and spirituality. She incorporates an understanding of oppression and intergenerational trauma in the way she works. She has provided clinical supervision in various non-profit settings both domestically and internationally.
Date & Time: Saturday, February 4, 2017
9:00am - 4:00pm (registration and continental breakfast at 8:30am)
Location: Nile Hall, Preservation Park, Oakland, CA
668 13th St., Oakland, CA 94612 (get map and directions)
Parking: Free parking for this event is available across the street from the venue at City Center West Garage. Enter the garage on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way between 12th and 13th Streets.
Lunch is included.
CE: 6 Credits (approved by CPA for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and psychologists; see Course Policies). $5 additional fee for CE credits.