Graduation Ceremony 04:30pm
SFCP, 444 Natoma Street, San Francisco
Reception / Dinner: 06:30pm - 09:30pm
Servino Ristorante, 9 Main Street, Tiburon
The Erik Erikson Library was established to serve the members and candidates of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, and to educate other mental health professionals and the public at large on the discipline of psychoanalysis. The library collection holds books, journals and other materials for the study of psychoanalysis in theoretical, applied and clinical applications. Library services include, but are not limited to, acquisition of books.
Serving San Francisco, Marin, The Peninsula, East Bay & Sacramento Counties
The value of psychoanalytic treatment lies in the long-term, consistent relationship with someone – the analyst – who is working to understand us, accepts us for who we are, and who helps us with our struggles.
Community Membership is a new category of membership at SFCP established in 2008 that was created to enrich and broaden the Center by inviting psychoanalytic psychotherapists in the Bay Area to join SFCP. We welcome mental health clinicians and students of all disciplines and levels of experience into our Community Membership.