Phyllis Beck, M.S., NCPsyA Phyllis K Beck is a graduate of Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. She has a license to practice psychoanalysis from the State of New York. She came to the practice of psychoanalysis – by way of being an elementary school teacher – reading specialist - School Psychologist - and very importantly, a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She has studied with many of the founders of CMPS including Dr. Hyman Spotnitz, the founder of Modern Psychoanalysis. Practicing as a psychoanalyst for over 30 years has been an important part of her “being.
Contact: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 516-603-6474
Robert Brill, MSW,NCPsyA
Robert Brill, LCSW, NCPSyA, MDiv. Practices psychoanalysis in Louisville, Kentucky. He works with individuals, couples, children, and groups . He has expertise with adult children of alcoholics (family of origin work) and addictions. He served as a chaplain in the United States Army reserves for over 30 years. Robert has interests in the history of psychoanalysis and the lives of the founding psychoanalysts. He is also interested in how spirituality and dream work inform our personhood/individuation as a part of the therapeutic process.
Contact:Phone: 502 583 9526 e-mail: email@example.com
Kathy MacLeay, PhD, NCPsyA is interested in many areas of psychoanalysis. She is writing a book in conjunction with offering a C.E. approved course on the treatment of eating disorders. Dr. MacLeay is researching novel techniques for the residential treatment of troubled children and adolescents. Seminars with parents using modern psychoanalytic methods for helping-603-6474 their children mature are a specialty of hers. She also is a pioneer in the use of animal therapy with this population. Kathy is a training and supervising analyst at CCMPS.
Contact: 132 Harding St. Sylmar CA 91342. 818-825-3908 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan Middeldorf, PsyD, NCPsyA practices and teaches psychoanalysis in Albuquerque, NM and across the world via the ubiquitous phone. He delights to integrate, and teach, Freudian, Modern, Lacanian, Kohutian and Kleinian perspectives, including the newest findings of neuroscience and trauma research. His research focuses on the dual goals of therapy: to heal past trauma and unravel the pernicious identifications and conflicts that place the mind at war with itself. He is supervising and training analyst at CCMPS, the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis and the Kentucky Psychoanalytic Institute, and also was President of the New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society. He is also Executive Director of CCMPS
Contact: 13528 Terragon Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112-6333. 505-296-6508 e-mail: email@example.com
Anthony Molino PhD, NCPsyA is a practicing psychoanalyst, anthropologist and literary translator. A member of NAAP, APA's Division 39, the SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis (London), and the Italian Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, he presently lives and works in Italy. Best known for the works Freely Associated: Encounters in Psychoanalysis and The Couch and the Tree: Dialogues in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism Dr. Molino has also compiled the two-volume Squiggles & Spaces: Revisiting the Work of Winnicott and edited Where Id Was: Challenging Normalization in Psychoanalysis. His most recent works include Culture, Subject, Psyche: Dialogues in Psychoanalysis and Anthropology and In Freud's Tracks: Conversations from the Journal of European Psychoanalysis An interview with Dr. Molino, exploring his many interests, was published in the journal Modern Psychoanalysis.
Contact:Phone: 011-39-0873-60386 (call no later than 10:00pm GMT/5:00pm EST time) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Nimmanheminda, PhD LCSW, NCPsyA, CAC III practices and teaches in Boulder, CO and over the telephone, and is a faculty member at Naropa University. Susan has presented and published on the convergence of Buddhism and psychotherapy and she is a contributing co-editor of Brilliant Sanity, Buddhist Approaches to Psychotherapy. Her interests in mindfulness, Buddhism and psychoanalysis have also led her to research and write about the therapeutic processes of language. Susan works with adolescents and adults in individual, group and couples therapy. Her training in psychoanalysis is complimented by other therapeutic approaches. She is a Certified Addictions Counselor and treats people with process and substance addictions utilizing harm reduction, systems theory, EMDR, motivational interviewing, as well as psychoanalysis. Susan is a training and supervising analyst at CCMPS.
Contact: 2305 Canyon Blvd. Suite 205, Boulder, 80302. 303-449-3942 e-mail: email@example.com
Helene Stilman, PsyD is a supervisor and training analyst on the faculty and board of CCMPS and has been in private practice since 1983 treating children, adults, couples, families and groups. She received her certification in psychoanalysis from the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. She enjoys using her psychoanalytic training to understand and influence wider social systems, and consults to school systems and private organizations to resolve impediments to organizational growth and functioning. With this interest in mind she also serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Association for Psychoanalysis and as President of the New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society. She is a founding member of the Southwest Behavioral Health Independent Practice Association (SWBHIPA) and served as president of its board.
Contact: 13528 Terragon Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112-6333. 505-296-5861, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Romer, PhD, NCPsyA has been Executive and Clinical Director for Lutheran Family Services since 1992; assistant professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Webster University 2008-2016; Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor at LPTS in MFT and Pastoral Counseling 2010-2014, and previous Acting Executive Director of Kentucky Psychoanalytic Institute.
Contact: Phone: 502-899-5991 e-mail: email@example.com
Policies and Procedures in Hiring of Faculty
We encourage students and faculty to suggest potential teachers to our Board. The administration also recruits faculty based on reputation as teachers and/or researchers. The Board evaluates teaching candidates based on credentials, including required NAAP registration and current license to practice.
New faculty will teach a course and based on student feedback the board will decide whether to add that person to the permanent faculty.
The Training Committee will review student evaluations of faculty at each biannual meeting. If there should be a problem, the Board will be informed and will take the issue up at the next meeting. Steps to be taken with the faculty member are exploration of the issue, support and counseling if needed to improve the person's performance.
Kathy MacLeay, PhD see above.
Jan Middeldorf, PsyD se above
Helene Stilman, PsyD see above.
The board meets at least twice a year, informal consultations can happen anytime.