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L. Eileen Keller, Ph.D., a licensed, supportive, experienced Clinical Psychologist located in Oakland

L. Eileen Keller, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist Psy7350
Psychotherapy Psychoanalysis Consultation
email: dr.keller@kellerphd.com


Credentials / Full Resume / Verify License


1999: Psychoanalyst
Graduate of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis *

1980: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology

1977: M.A. in Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology

1975: B.S. in Psychology
Virginia Commonwealth University


1982 through present: Private practice
of clinical psychology, including psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic
psychotherapy with adults, adolescents, and children.

1999: Member and Faculty
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis *

1999 through present: Clinical consultant
Children's Psychotherapy Project, A Home Within

2004: Member, Child Development Program
of the
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis *
Chair from 2004-2011.


Program Director
Early Childhood Mental Health Project
San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis *

Editorial Board
fort da
, Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology
1991-fall, 2006

Book and film review editor
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, Journal of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

2000-fall, 2006

Clinical Staff Psychologist.
Ann Martin Children's Center. Psychotherapy, evaluation, assessment of children, parents and families.
June, 1991 - July, 1994.

Chief Psychologist.
Metabolic Nutrition Program. Cognitive behavior therapy groups for medically obese patients.
December, 1987 - February, 1991.

Adjunct faculty.
The Wright Institute. Courses in ego psychology and psychological assessment.
September, 1982 - June, 1988.

Clinical Coordinator.
Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic. Supervision of psychiatric technicians and student interns in collaboration with attending psychiatrist. Triage and treatment of psychiatric emergencies.
Dec, 1984 - Aug, 1986.

Clinical supervisor.
J. F. Kennedy University Community Counseling Center. Individual and group supervision of graduate students.
September, 1982 - March, 1984.

Lecturer in psychology.
J. F. Kennedy University. Courses in psychopathology and fieldwork.
July, 1980 - May, 1984.


Post-doctoral psychology intern.
Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic, San Francisco. Triage and management of psychiatric emergencies, crisis intervention, and short-term psychotherapy with individuals and families.
January, 1981 - December, 1981.

Psychological assistant.
Supervised by Gordon Holleb, Ph. D. in the practice of psychotherapy with adults.
March, 1978 - December, 1981.

Psychology Fellow.
Children's Hospital, Department of Psychiatry. Clinical internship in psychotherapy and assessment of adults and children.
July, 1979 - July, 1980.

Psychology intern.
Oak Knoll Naval Hospital Dept. of Psychology. Inpatient and outpatient treatment of adults, and outpatient psychotherapy with children and families. Psycho-diagnostic assessment.
September, 1978 - July, 1979.

Psychology intern.
Marin Community Mental Health North Unit. Individual psychotherapy with adults and children. Psychological assessment.
September, 1977 - July, 1978.

Teaching assistant.
Lectures and consultation for students in assessment classes under the supervision of Richard Weiser, Ph.D.
September, 1977 - July, 1978.

Psychology intern.
Cambia Way, Contra Costa Community Mental Health. Individual and group psychotherapy of borderline and psychotic patients.
May, 1976 - July, 1977.

Psychology intern.
Children's Trauma Center, Children's Hospital, Oakland. Assistant to the program evaluator.
October, 1975 - July, 1976.

Assistant administrator.
Richmond Area Manpower Planning System, CETA, Richmond, Virginia. Coordination of hiring, counseling of employees, and field inspections of sites.
January, 1975 - May, 1975.

Psychology intern.
Psychological Services Center Va. Commonwealth University. Individual counseling under group supervision.
Sept., 1974 - December, 1974.

SOAR Staff.
Summer Orientation


* After many years of a primary focus on training psychoanalysts, reflected in our designation as San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, we have changed our name to reflect an increasing emphasis on community involvement and service to the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. Please visit our web site, especially the Community Service and Education link and check out our wide range of programs and services to the community.