About AzSPP - Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology
The Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, located in Phoenix, was created to promote Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Arizona.
The Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology was co-founded in 2017. Our aim is to promote the philosophy of Contemporary Psychoanalysis to psychologists, social workers, and counselors, through salons, classes, seminars, and conferences.
The Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology is designed to provide an opportunity for clinical and theoretical dialogue, an exchange of psychological perspectives, and a community of support to each other and to our patients.
The Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology is a non-profit educational organization.
The Arizona Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology is a local chapter of the American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39). Click here for more information about APA (39).
The Executive Committee of AzSPP
Craydon McDonald, DMn, PhD, President
Florence Rosiello Chevalier, PhD, Past President
Lisa Fischer, PhD, Treasurer
Jenna Leger, BA, Secretary
Michael Hanafin, MEd, MPC, Member-At-Large
Program Committee: Chair, Florence Rosiello Chevalier, PhD
Program Members: Joel Hutchinson, PhD, Sonya Bettendorf, PhD
Education Committee: Chair, Craydon McDonald, DMn, PhD
Education Member: Michael Hannifin, DMn, MPC
Social Media Committee: Chair, Jenna Leger, BA
Ethics Committee: Chair, Deborah Partington, PsyD
Ethics Member: Marilyn Cabay, PsyD
Art & Psychoanalysis Committee: Chair, Jennifer Epperson, Artist