University of Austin, Texas, Steve Hicks School for Social Work Sue Fairbanks Lecture in Psychoanalytic Knowledge: “They hate me now, but where was everyone when I needed them?”: A psychoanalytic look at trauma, violence and mass incarceration.
Coalition for Clinical Social Work Clinical Evening Series: Poison into medicine – Trauma, transformation and activism
American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work Annual Conference: “If I cannot bend the higher powers, I must stir up the lower depths”: Mass incarceration and social work praxis
Coalition for Clinical Social Work Clinical Evening Series: Fear in the Workplace – Recognizing Danger and Working with Reality
Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology Scientific Meeting: Breaking Point – A Psychoanalytic Response to the Effects of Forced Isolation in the Age of Mass Incarceration
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Board of Parole Hearings Annual Training: Lifer Responsivity
American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting: Life on the Inside, Life on the Outside – The dynamics of long-term confinement, the politics of release, and the challenges of community reintegration.
American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting: Reflective Spaces/Material Places
American Psychological Association, Division 39 Annual Conference: Perpetrators and Perpetuators – Mr. Poorbear & Me
Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California & Reflective Spaces/Material Places Daylong: Murdering Minds – Violent Solutions to Inexorable Pressures
University of Michigan, Prison Creative Arts Program, Annual MLK Day Symposium: Mental Health and the Prison Industrial Complex
Council on Social Work Education, Annual Conference: Falling Through Cracks: Psychodynamically Oriented Social Care with Vulnerable, At-Risk Clients
Association for Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, Annual Conference: Symbolic Power & Psychoanalytic Work with the Socially Disenfranchised
Qualitative Inquiry Congress, Annual Meeting: Invited Panel: There’s No Such Thing as a Research Subject – An Intersubjective Perspective on Researcher Reflexivity
American Psychoanalytic Association
Psychoanalytic Research Training Program, Yale University