Thursday, April 22, 2021
8:00PM – 9:30PM
Virtual, via Zoom
(Meeting link will be e-mailed to registered participants on the day of the event)
Arthur A. Gray, PhD, an honorary member of IPSS, is faculty, supervisor, and serves on its Coordinating Committee. He is also faculty and supervisor at the Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society’s Group Therapy Department, at the Training Institute for Mental Health, and at the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society’s training program. He also faculty at Adelphi University’s postdoctoral program. He is a council member of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (IAPSP). He consults in South Africa, and Japan and conducts supervision online in the US and Australia using his published group supervisory model. He has a special interest in how improvisation informs the therapeutic process. He has published articles on Meisner improvisation in Psychoanalytic Dialogues and presented his perspective in the US and in Italy. In private practice in New York City, Arthur treats adults using individual, couples, and group psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
Rana Shokeh, LCSW, is a native of Brooklyn, NY. She earned a BA in Political Science – International Relations from the University of California, San Diego. She went on to receive a MSW at the CUNY – Hunter School of Social Work. Rana has completed the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity’s (IPSS) One-Year Intensive Psychotherapy program and is currently a candidate completing coursework in the Four-Year Psychoanalysis program. She currently serves as a clinical supervisor and maintains a private practice in NYC.