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Telepsychiatry Today and Tomorrow

Posted on November 2nd, 2011 by Dr. Blumenfield

Three examples are discussed where he author has become involved in the delivery of psychiatric treatment via telepsychiatry (video conferencing). The first is in a county rural mental health clinic in California. The second is in conjunction with the Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance (CAPA) where mental health professionals in China who are in a training program provided by American teachers via SKYPE ( video conferencing) desire to have their own personal one to one psychotherapy by this technique. The third is psychotherapy in the United States for private patients who for a variety of reasons find it more convenient and feasible to have their therapy via telepsychiatry.

CAPA Plans 3rd Study Tour

Posted on June 29th, 2011 by Dr. Blumenfield

The Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance (CAPA ) will hold it’s 3rd annual tour to China starting on October 22. CAPA provides training program for Chinese mental health professionals in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy. with classes and supervision which utilize video conferencing on the Internet. The tour will be led by the Founder and Director of CAP Dr. Elise Snyder and will include visits to various mental health facilities where some of the travelers will give lectures. . Dr. Blumenfield reviews his experience on the second annual tour held last October.

First CAPA Graduation Held In China

Posted on November 17th, 2010 by Dr. Blumenfield

CAPA stands for Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance which is an organization created by Dr. Elise Snyder a New York psychoanalyst. The organization runs a training program where mostly American psychoanalysts teach Chinese psychoanalytic students theory and technique as well as providing individual supervision all via Skype. The first graduation of this two year program was recently held in Beijing China .