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WPSP President:  Anastasiya Tsoy, MA

Anastasiya Tsoy received her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and Certificate in Sexuality, Women and Gender at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her academic interests are women's mental health, feminism and contemporary psychoanalysis. Her professional goals are to become a psychoanalytical feminist, and develop the theory of multiculturalism and immigrants' perception to host countries. Additionally, she would like to learn more about her ethnic background - Soviet Korean population in Uzbekistan, Central Asia, and how it changed her and others' life perception including culture, cuisine and mentality. Anastasiya is very passionate about supporting the rights and equality of women; as the result, she is a graduate of Bella Abzug Leadership Institute, certified leadership & public speaking trainer in Uzbekistan, and bilingual blogger.

 

WPSP Past-President: Rosana Marzullo-Dove, PsyD

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Dr. Marzullo-Dove is on her post-graduate clinical experience practicing in Forestville, MD and Tampa, FL. She attended the American School of Professional Psychology, in Washington, DC. She is a trilingual psychotherapist (English/Spanish/Portuguese) who is in transition between Washington, DC and Tampa, FL. Amid her weekly travels, she finds time to meet with her Brazilian Club, make jewelry, raise her teen daughters, and enjoy life with her Pentagonian husband of 20 years. Dr. Marzullo-Dove has been an active WPSP member. She was first elected as Secretary in 2013. Later she fulfilled the Registrar and Acting President positions. She was voted WPSP President in the past election to serve the 2016-2017 term. She practices both in Maryland and Tampa, FL.

Treasurer:  Linda Smoling Moore, PhD

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Dr. Moore is a Clinical Psychologist who has held the office of President and Past-President of WPSP and is the current Treasurer.  She earned her Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America, with a focus on mood disorders, neuropsychological assessment, and issues related to giftedness, learning disabilities and ADHD. Her major interest is in offering individual psychotherapy, training and supervision based on Davanloo’s Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (IS-TDP) and integrative forms of individual and couples therapy. She maintains a private practice in Bethesda, Maryland and offers presentations nationally and internationally on Dr. Davanloo’s pioneering contributions to psychodynamic understanding and practice.


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Representative Division 39 APA:  Maurine Kelly, PhD

Dr. Maurine Kelly has been with WPSP since the beginning. She has been practicing independently full time for over thirty years. Her experience is wide ranging, insofar as she has worked with all ages of patients, families, groups, couples and individuals. She is experienced with both short term crisis intervention and long term psychodynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.  She is an active member of many professional organizations, such as Division 39 of APA, and the Washington School of Psychiatry.

 

Representative Division 39 APA:  Fonya Helm, PhD, ABPP     

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Dr. Fonya Lord Helm is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Virginia Beach, VA.  She is a Training and Supervising Analyst at both the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and at the Contemporary Freudian Society.  She is a member of the Analytic Process Scales Group, a research group that develops instruments to study psychotherapeutic process and outcome led by Sherwood Waldron, MD, and is on the Board of Directors of the Psychoanalytic Research Consortium and Section I, Division 39, American Psychological Association. She also is on the Board of the Washington Professionals for the Study of Psychoanalysis.