Dr. Shlomit Gorin started at RAMS as a practicum trainee and later transitioned to staff psychologist in the Adult Outpatient Clinic and supervisor in the Training Program. Her interests include immigration; intergenerational transmission of trauma; sex and gender; expressions of psychic phenomena via the body; the impact of material living conditions along with social, cultural and political forces on the individual; and the integration of disciplines in the humanities with psychoanalysis. Shlomit maintains a private practice in San Francisco providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and a master’s degree in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Northwestern University, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute.
Flora Chan received her PsyD in clinical psychology from the Wright Institute and completed her doctoral internship at RAMS’ National Asian American Psychology Training Center (NAAPTC). She has held several positions at RAMS, including clinical supervisor at the NAAPTC; staff psychologist at Adult Outpatient Services, and Child, Youth and Family Services; and clinical manager at Asian Family Institute. Flora also has a small private practice in San Francisco. Her interest includes training and supervision, incorporating systemic and sociocultural political issues into her clinical work and training, and exploring ways in which community work and advocacy can intersect with psychoanalytic and relational theories.