Are You Interested in Writing?

THE NEW DIRECTIONS PROGRAM OF THE WASHINGTON CENTER FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS

If you are interested in writing, either personal or professional, non-fiction, fiction or poetry, please take a look at New Directions, a three-year program that combines writing and psychoanalytic thinking.  Sponsored by the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis, New Directions consists of three weekend conferences a year, each focused on a different psychoanalytic theme, with a variety of writing groups, workshops and retreats.  We are beginning our 16th year and have a wonderful community, made up of people from around the US, Canada and Europe, who are committed to writing and psychoanalytic thought.    For more information and a link to our 2012-2013 brochure, please visit our website at new-directions-in-writing.com. Or get in touch with us directly –  Sharon Alperovitz (sharon.alperovitz@gmail.com), Catherine Anderson (claphd@aol.com), Don Chiappinelli (dchiap@verizon.net), Bob Winer (rjwinermd@yahoo.com), Kerry Malawista (kmalawista@gmail.com), and Mary Carpenter (carmedpub@aol.com), all program co-chairs.

 

Written by RSorensen

Roberta Sorensen is the Executive Director of the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. She has more than thirty years experience with associations, mainly within organized medicine, including the AMA and the College of American Pathologists. She has served as the Executive Director of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia (14 years) and the Westchester County (NY) Medical Society and Academy of Medicine. Roberta has a BA from the University of Maryland, an MA from George Washington University, and earned a Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives.

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About RSorensen

Roberta Sorensen is the Executive Director of the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. She has more than thirty years experience with associations, mainly within organized medicine, including the AMA and the College of American Pathologists. She has served as the Executive Director of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia (14 years) and the Westchester County (NY) Medical Society and Academy of Medicine. Roberta has a BA from the University of Maryland, an MA from George Washington University, and earned a Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives.