Agnes Regeczkey, M.F.T., Ph.D.
Dissertation Coordinator, Instructional Faculty
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Antioch University, Los Angeles; Ph.D. in Depth Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute Santa Barbara; Psychoanalytic Candidate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles
Agnes Regeczkey Ph.D. is a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Palos Verdes; Educational Director of BriteMinds Learning Center and a Candidate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis (NCP), Los Angeles. Dr. Regeczkey is a member of the Instructional Faculty at Reiss-Davis Graduate Center and also serves as the Dissertation Coordinator.
Publishing and Seminars
Dr. Regeczkey is actively involved in academic research specifically interested in psychoanalytic history and how psychoanalysis may be used as a preventative treatment modality for young children and their families. She enjoys clinical seminars and presented a paper in Budapest, at the Hungarian Psychoanalytic Society’s 22nd Conference in October 9-10, 2015, titled, “Love, Hate, and Identity at the Inception of Psychoanalytic Theories – Inseparable Reality of Theory and Theorists.” In a joined authorship with Dr. Aguayo, she recently published, “Small Group Collaborators and Adversaries in the London Kleinian Development,” in the Psychoanalytic Quarterly (July, 2016). A seminar on this paper will be held at NCP’s Scientific Meeting on February 16, 2017. In addition, she is a coeditor with Joseph Aguayo and Lia Pistiner de Cortinas of a forthcoming Karnac book that is planned to be released at the IPA Congress in Buenos Aires in July, 2017: “Bion in Buenos Aires: Seminars and Supervision.”