Susan Sherkow, MD
Susan P. Sherkow, M.D. is a Training/Supervising Analyst at the BPI, and a Supervising Child/Adolescent Analyst at NYPSI. She joined the Board of ACP as Councilor in 2004, and in 2008 she became Chair of the Nominating Committee, serving variably as Chair or Co-Chair through 2017. She is currently serving as Chair of the Development Committee. In addition, Dr. Sherkow has been both Presenter and Discussant at ACP Workshops over the years, including presenting a Plenary on “The Primal Scene.”
Dr. Sherkow has been published in JAPA, The PSC, and Psychoanalytic Inquiry on a range of topics, including eating disorders, sexual abuse in young children, “watched play,” analysis of children under five, and autism. She has also contributed chapters on the neurocircuitry underlying developmental differences and on arrogance in children. She is the co-author of the book Autism Spectrum Disorder: Perspectives from Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience (2013.) Dr. Sherkow is a Dr. Sherkow received the Ritvo prize in child psychoanalysis from the Yale Child Study Center in 2010, and the Philip Wilson Memorial award in 2019 from IPE. She founded The Sherkow Center for Child Development and Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2012, a not-for-profit organization created to support training, treatment, and research on ASD and developmental delays.
Christie Huddleston, MD
Christie Huddleston M.D. is an adult and child psychoanalyst practicing in Philadelphia. She currently serves on the ACP Board as a Councilor, and is co-Chair of the Extension Division and member of the Child Analyst Traveling Scholar committee. She is actively involved in the Councilor’s Project. Dr. Huddleston has also served as a presenter and discussant at ACP Workshops. In addition, Dr. Huddleston is assistant clinical professor at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where she supervises residents and is Coordinator for the Applied Psychoanalytic Curriculum for Child Fellows at CHOP. Dr. Huddleston is a Training/Supervising Analyst and Child/Adolescent Supervising Analyst with the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia (PCOP). She is a past Director of the Adult Psychoanalytic Program and current Chair of the Gerald Pearson Child Analytic Lectureship and Candidate Progressions Committee. She has written a chapter on the “Developmental Consequences of Childhood Sexual Abuse” and recently co-authored, with Edward Kohn and Adele Kaufman, Analyzing Children: Psychological Structure, Trauma, Development and Therapeutic Action.
Barbara Streeter, MS, LPCC
Barbara Streeter is the Education and Therapy Director of the Hanna Perkins School and Chair of the Cleveland Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Training Program, the result of a collaboration between the Hanna Perkins Center [HPC] and the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center [CPC]. Ms. Streeter received her certification as a Child and Adolescent Psychoanalyst through the Cleveland Center for Research in Child Development [now HPC] in 1981 and is currently a Supervising Child and Adolescent Analyst serving on the Education Committee of the CPC. Ms. Streeter was Treasurer of the ACP from 2012-2014 and again this past term 2018-2020. She was a co-editor of the ACP Newsletter from 1998 to 2003. She also served as Treasurer and President of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society. Having trained at the Bank Street College of Education and worked as an early childhood educator, Ms. Streeter has been actively involved in initiatives focused on bringing psychoanalytic understandings to educators in preschools and child care centers. She directed the Hanna Perkins Center Extension Programs which provided courses and consultations in the community, helped develop and implement the HPC National Day Care Consultation Alliance, and currently is President of the Alliance for Psychoanalytic Schools. Ms. Streeter is running again for treasurer of the ACP because she believes her knowledge of and experience with the ACP budget and Endowment account will facilitate her ability to manage the ACP’s finances.
Sydney Anderson, PhD
Sydney Anderson is a child and adult psychoanalyst who lives and works in Bloomington, Indiana. She is a Child Supervising Analyst and Adult Training and Supervising Analyst of the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, where she serves as Dean. She is also a Geographic Rule Child Supervising Analyst for the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute and Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis. She is on the Board of the American Association for Psychoanalytic Education, Co-chair of the AAPE Child/Adolescent Training Committee, and Co-chair of the Program Committee of the Association for Child Psychoanalysis.
Laurie Levinson, PhD
Laurie Levinson, Ph.D. I have been an active member of the ACP since my graduation from the Hampstead Clinic (now the Anna Freud Centre) in 1977. I served as councilor from 1989 to 1992, and again from 2010 to 2013. I was the Co-Chair of the Program Committee from 1993-1999, and also participated as a member of the Future Planning Committee. I received my M.Sc. in Developmental Psychology from the University of London, and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the City University of New York. Since returning to New York from London, I have maintained an active practice of child, adolescent, and adult analysis and psychotherapy, as well as maintaining a strong and active commitment to psychoanalytic education. I was Chair of the Child and Adolescent Training Program at the NY Freudian Society and was also the Associate Chair of the Child and Adolescent Analysis Program at the Psychoanalytic Association of NY (PANY) with the late Dr Charles Goodstein. At PANY, I have taught for years in both the Adult and Child Analytic Programs. I am a member of the faculty at PANY and at NYPSI, where I have been teaching in the Combined Child and Adolescent Analytic Curriculum since its inception. My publications in The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child include papers examining pathological identifications in adolescence, unusual defenses in a latency child, as well as a chapter in the 1993 book The Many Meanings of Play.
Thomas Barrett, PhD
Thomas Barrett, Ph.D. is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Chicago. Dr. Barrett is an adjunct Professor and past Department Chair of the PsyD Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is an adjunct Professor at Chicago’s Erikson Institute. Dr. Barrett undertook post-graduate training in Infant Mental Health with Prof. Selma Fraiberg and completed child analytic training through the Hanna Perkins Center in Cleveland in 1987. From 1990 until July of 2010, Dr. Barrett served as Hanna Perkins Executive and Clinical Director and was a member of the Center’s child psychoanalytic training Faculty.
A member of the Association for Child Psychoanalysis since 1980, Dr. Barrett has served the organization as Counselor, Secretary and Treasurer; presented the Marianne Kris in 2007; and has presented at workshops, to candidates, and at the plenary session at annual meetings.
Dr. Barrett is a member of the American Psychoanalytic Association (certified in Child/Adolescent Psychoanalysis); the International Psychoanalytic Association; the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis (faculty and child/adolescent supervisor); and the Institute of the Carolinas (geographic rule child/adolescent supervisor); the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute (adjunct faculty and geographic rule supervisor). He is a founding member and past Vice President of the Alliance for Psychoanalytic Schools and is a board member and past Treasurer of the Margaret S. Mahler Child Development Foundation. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, (including Division 39 – Psychoanalysis, and is Treasurer and Past President of its Section II – Childhood and Adolescence).
Ted Fallon, MD
Ruth Karush, MD
Nancie Senet, PhD
Bill Singletary, MD
Bernadette Kovach, PhD
Felecia Powell-Williams, Ed.D
Sarah Birss, MD
Rex McGehee, MD
Justine Kalas Reeves, PsyD
Natalia Boucher, LMFT
Kalonda Bradshaw, MD
Darcy Schatz, JD