Member Highlights

Janey Ganta, MA, She/Her, is a recent graduate from Pacifica Graduate Institute seeking an associate license in Marriage and Family Therapy. During Ganta’s time at Pacifica, she volunteered for COR events, Ganta is now co- chairing the Education Committee with Kathy Weissbourd and a Board Member. Ganta has a heart to work with generational trauma and chronic crisis cycles with both individuals and family systems from a psychoanalytic and depth-psychology perspective. Ganta has five years of prior work experience in community mental health in Snohomish county, and three additional years of practicum experience in King county.

Katherine Weissbourd, PhD, PsyA, is the new COR Education Committee Co-Chair. Katherine was awarded her doctorate in clinical psychology from Northwestern University in 1978. She is the author of Growing Up in the James Family (1985) a study of Henry James, Sr, and his influence on his son William James. In 2009, she received her certificate in psychoanalysis from the Northwest Center for Psychoanalysis in Seattle, and she is a training and supervising analyst on the faculty of the Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles. Kathy teaches on trauma and has given talks at the Frye Art Institute and Seattle University on the unconscious, feminism, and art in the late 19th century. She also has presented on the connection between relational psychoanalysis and American Pragmatism. Kathy is a psychologist in private practice with adults in Seattle.

Seth Aichele, LMHC, will be taking over for Katie Wilson as Publications Committee Chair for CORRelations. He also completed supervised hours, and passed the national exam in June, to become a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). Seth continues to see patients in private practice in Fremont, as well as in community mental health in Lynnwood.

Carly Claney, PhD, has expanded her solo practice into a group, Relational Psych, and hired psychoanalytically- oriented clinicians to provide individual therapy, psychological testing, and training of doctoral-level practicum students.

Kira Mogilevsky MA, LMHCA, has moved into her new office at 2711 E. Madison St. and is now in full private practice. She also recently completed EMDR training.

B. Mason Judy is excited to announce he’ll be starting a private practice opening in August of 2021 for adolescents and adults via telehealth. Prior to starting the practice, Mason will be moving from Seattle to Pittsburgh to pursue his PsyD in clinical psychology at Point Park University. He is excited to continue his education, particularly focusing on conducting qualitative research. Mason can be reached via email or phone (253) 294-9429.

Much appreciation to Katie Wilson for her years of work as Publications Committee Chair. She is moving on from her position (as we put this issue to bed) to spend more time focusing on her family and her counseling practice.

Categories: Member HighlightsPublished On: June 14th, 2021Tags: