Barbara Pannoni left a comment for Dr Brent Potter, PhD, PhD
"HI Brent,
Welcome. We are friends on facebook as well. Along with Sharon below, I am PGI MA Counseling 2004. Living in Northern CA and almost finished with intern hours...
Barbara"
Dec 30, 2010
Barbara Pannoni left a comment for Jennie Frank
"Oh my gosh! Hi! How did you end up here?!? I now live in N. CA and am just finishing up my intern hours as a marriage and family therapist. I got my degree at Pacifica Graduate Institute near Santa Barbara--they are depth oriented and I loved,…"
Nov 12, 2010
Barbara Pannoni left a comment on Ritual Space
"Wherever you stand, be the soul of that place. ~Rumi"
Jun 4, 2010
Barbara Pannoni left a comment for Dorene Mahoney
"Hi Dorene, I'll get something up there eventually...I'm just really busy! Thanks for reaching out. Barbara"
May 28, 2010
Barbara Pannoni commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"Ed: Yes, in theory, you actually could see every client for only one hour. It could not be 3000 single hours alone, as the requirement includes weekly supervision for the face to face hours to count. But, yes, an interesting point/observation. And…"
May 27, 2010
Ed Koffenberger commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"I think this also brings up the question of therapy as art &/or technique. I'll bet there is no qualifying, in those 3000 hours, how many clients actually left in a better state than they started. (?) Could you spend one hour with 3000 people and…"
May 27, 2010
Barbara Pannoni left a comment for Gary S Bobroff
"Hi Gary,

Welcome to the community and thanks for friending me :-) Draconian is too apropos! Thanks for the support.

Best,

Barbara"
May 26, 2010
Gary S Bobroff commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"Hi Barbara: As a fellow Pacifica grad I always saw this 3000 hours requirement as a classic example of a system that confuses quantity with quality soul-wise. 3000 hours is an illusory quantitative (Masculine) standard for a society that doesn't…"
May 26, 2010
Barbara Pannoni replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Enough Theory Already!!
"Yes, Master's in Counseling Psych. Is this something you are considering? What is your background?"
May 24, 2010
Barbara Pannoni replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Enough Theory Already!!
"Dimitri,
I attended a Depth Psych program at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA, but I live in the Bay Area. I am completing hours as a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern."
May 24, 2010
Ed Koffenberger commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"Eat, sleep, laugh, cry, exercise and know that your work is a precious gift.
(Who knows, one day all this spun straw may turn to gold.)"
May 23, 2010
Barbara Pannoni commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"Ed: just wrote you a reply, then lost it. In short, yes, I am getting lots of experience with the populations mentioned above. Also interesting that many formerly middle class folks are not unemployed and seeking therapy to address related stresses.…"
May 23, 2010
Ed Koffenberger commented on Barbara Pannoni's blog post Internship as Hazing/Indentured Servitude
"After reading this I am also aware that interns will, most likely, be well experienced in the concerns of the poor, uninsured, and disenfranchised but not in the concerns that may be unique to any other socio-economic group, much less get any…"
May 23, 2010
Barbara Pannoni replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Enough Theory Already!!
"Ed: No, I'm not limited by insurance expectations directly. I'm actually still an intern in CA, working for an agency serving low-fee clients. All of my adult clients are self-paying. Some MediCal children. I too tend to begin with more surface…"
May 23, 2010
Barbara Pannoni replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Enough Theory Already!!
"Hi Dimitri,

Sorry if I was unclear. I mean that I have used these Jungian techniques successfully in a real world way (Responding to Ed's original post) but have also used behaviorally-based interventions, (which I had not-so-secretly disdained as…"
May 23, 2010
Barbara Pannoni replied to Ed Koffenberger's discussion Enough Theory Already!!
"As a therapist I have a depth/Jungian perspective, but I utilize many different tools in assisting my clients. Sometimes they need behavior modification (boo-hiss lol) techniques and so that's what I give 'em. It's all about being balanced and not…"
May 23, 2010
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  • Awesome! Congrats to you for being close to completing those intern hours! I wish you a blessed and inspired and prosperous New Year! :)
  • Hey, Barbara! Welcome to The Twilight Zone! Won't you post a comment about some form of dreamwork that you most appreciate, or comment on current posts? I'd love to have your thoughts!
    Dorene
  • Thank YOU! I'm excited to see the site grow into a truly global village from which depth psychology can foray into the world. I truly believe if we come together, we will see it emerge more and more. Thanks for being part of it. BB
  • Hi Barbara! Welcome to the online Depth Psychology Community! So happy to see you here! I'm glad you've posted your website, and I hope you will be motivated to share some of your work or papers in the Forum or in some of the groups. Enjoy!
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I'm an MFT Intern in California--graduated Pacifica 2004, MA Counseling Psych. I love the work I do with clients and consider it an honor to share the journey with other human beings. But it has been a struggle for survival as a single parent--managing nearly 20 hours a week in an unpaid internship on top of 32+ weekly hours at my "day job". Typical work days are 12-14 hours for me with little time for myself, and the financial pressure has been intense. And I know there are many of us engaged…
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