Anton Hart, PhD, Co-Chair is Training and Supervising Analyst and Faculty of the William Alanson White Institute. He supervises at several psychoanalytic institutes and at Adelphi University. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of Psychoanalytic Psychology and Contemporary Psychoanalysis. He is a Member of Black Psychoanalysts Speak. He teaches at Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, and the Institute for Relational Psychoanalysis of Philadelphia. He serves as Chair of the Diversities Section of the APsA’s Department of Psychoanalytic Education. He is in full-time private practice of psychoanalysis, individual, family and couple therapy, psychotherapy supervision and consultation, and organizational consultation, in New York City.
Dionne R. Powell, MD, Co-Chair is a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst at Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, and The Psychoanalytic Association of New York. She holds faculty appointments at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University and the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College in New York. Recent publications include: Race, African Americans and Psychoanalysis: Collective Silence in the Therapeutic Situation, Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 2018; From the Sunken Place to the Shitty Place: The Film Get Out, Psychic Emancipation and Modern Race Relations from a Psychodynamic Clinical Perspective, The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 2020. She is Vice President of the American Association for Psychoanalytic Education, and member of Black Psychoanalysts Speak. She is in full time private practice.
Beverly J. Stoute, MD, Co-Chair is a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst in private practice in Atlanta, GA. Her current appointments include: President, Atlanta Psychoanalytic Society, Training and Supervising Analyst, the Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute; Child and Adolescent Supervising Analyst of The New York Psychoanalytic Institute, Fellow (Training and Supervising Analyst) of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR); faculty member of the Southeast Child Analytic Consortium, the Emory University and Morehouse Schools of Medicine. She serves on multiple editorial boards and advisory committees, and is a member of Black Psychoanalysts Speak. She is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and consultant on issues of racial bias in mental health care, diversity, and psychoanalytic treatment of aggressive and impulsive children and adolescents.
Nancy Chodorow, PhD is Lecturer, Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance; Training and Supervising Analyst, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute; and Professor of Sociology Emerita, University of California, Berkeley, where she was a founding member of the Gender and Women’s Studies Department and Supervisor in Psychology. She graduated from the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute. Social science professor at a diverse, public university, faculty at a multiracial-ethnic teaching hospital, and clinician, Chodorow’s teaching, advocacy within psychoanalysis, and writing, especially The Power of Feelings: Personal Meaning in Psychoanalysis, Gender and Culture, and The Psychoanalytic Ear and the Sociological Eye: Toward an American Independent Tradition, attend to race, ethnicity, culture, and racism. She is honored this year in Nancy Chodorow and The Reproduction of Mothering: 40 Years On.
M. Fakhry Davids, MSc has a long-standing interest in the psychology of racism. Originally from South Africa, where he qualified and worked as a clinical psychologist, he moved to London for his psychoanalytic training. He is a Training Analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society, where he is involved in introducing the topic of ethnicity and culture into the curriculum. Honorary appointments include University College London, Essex University, and the Tavistock Clinic. He is member of the IPA Liaison Committee for South Africa, member of the EPF Forum on Muslim Backgrounds, and a Board Member of Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities (www.p-cca.org), a recipient of the 2019 Sigourney Award. He lectures and teaches widely, and authored Internal Racism: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Race and Difference (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).
Ebony Dennis, PsyD a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst and Adjunct Professor in the Howard University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Dennis is a 2020 graduate of the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis where she is working with colleagues to dismantle institutional and personal racism. She also consults at Ohio State University where she has created an anti-racism curriculum for student athletes. In addition to private practice, she enjoys a variety of teaching and supervisory related to cancer survivorship, sexual health, the challenges of being white, and gender and ethnic diversity. Her current publication is: Dunlap, C., Dennis, E., DeSouza, F., Isom, J., & Mathis, M., (2020, June). Management of race in psychotherapy and supervision. https://www.mdedge.com/psychiatry/article/224275/ptsd/management-race-psychotheapy-and-supervision.
William Glover, PhD is President of the American Psychoanalytic Association. He is a Training and Supervising Analyst on the faculty of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis where he served as President and as Chair of the Psychoanalytic Education Division. Dr. Glover has been active in international psychoanalysis, serving on the Boards of the International Psychoanalytic Association and the North American Psychoanalytic Confederation. Dr Glover’s heritage is southern white Christian. He comes from a military family and is a Viet Nam veteran who became an active duty conscientious objector. Before his psychoanalytic training he worked in hospital and out-patient mental health settings in diverse, low income communities in the Bay area. Dr Glover is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in psychoanalysis and society.