A New Core Anchor for a Different Voice: Connection

A New Core Anchor for a Different Voice: Connection


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This paper is dedicated to my beloved PSP community, most especially to my international cohort. I love you all. Thank you, Bill Bergquist, Haim Weinberg, Gay Teurman, Kathleen Ayers, Agnes Mura and all of my wonderful professors for the experience of a lifetime.
Suzanne Brennan Nathan. July 23, 2019


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Suzanne Brennan NathanDr. Suzanne Brennan Nathan is a clinical psychologist, clinical social worker and group psychotherapist recognized as a clinician, program developer and instructor in the treatment of trauma and addictions. For forty years, she has practiced psychotherapy in Boston and Newton, MA. Currently in full-time private practice, Dr. Brennan Nathan has been the clinical director of several group practices specializing in the treatment of addictions. Suzanne has been on the clinical faculty at numerous social work schools in the Boston area, including Smith College, Boston University, Simmons College and Boston College. She was the founding director of the Family Crisis Team (Child Sexual Abuse Team) at The Cambridge Hospital and was a Lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She divides her time between Boston and Northern California.

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