Jacqueline attended Berkeley and graduated from Cal State Northridge with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Since her retirement from the LAUSD school system she is Co-Director of The American Institute of Medical Education.
Barry M. Panter, MD graduated from Rutgers University, Temple Medical School and The Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute. He completed a Residency in Pediatrics at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles and a Residency in Psychiatry at Yale. He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus at the USC School of Medicine, Training and Supervising Analyst (Emeritus) of The Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute and The Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis Los Angeles. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics and in Psychiatry. He is a Fellow of The American Board of Pediatrics and Neurology. He and his late wife Mary Lou co-founded The American Institute of Medical Education in 1981. He is the author/co-editor of Creativity and Madness Volumes I and II, and the author of 33 Poems for Mary Lou.
Jacqueline and Barry live in Los Angeles, California.
Denise Forlizzi: Conference Coordinator and Event Planner
Sue Cain: Executive Secretary
Amy Vail, PsyD: Associate and Member of CME Committee & Planning Committee. Private Practice of Clinical Psychology, Olympic Valley, CA and Director of Counseling Program Squaw Valley Academy, Olympic Valley, CA, Bilingual psychologist, Gene Upshaw Memorial Cancer Center, Tahoe Forest Hospital, Truckee, CA
Adrienne Panter. MA: Member Planning Committee. Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student: University of the Rockies, Colorado Springs, CO
Supervisor/Director: Barry M. Panter, M.D. Duties and Responsibilities: Co-host, travel guide, speaker, board member.Assist in program planning, curriculum development, speaker selection and hosting of domestic and international conferences for AIMED, an APA accredited non-profit institute providing continuing education for mental healthcare and other medical providers.
International Conferences: Assistant trip leader and co-host. Ensure client safety and enjoyment for professional groups with up to 150 individuals. Manage travel logistics with contracted hotels and tour agencies in countries around the world. Address and coordinate resources for occasional problems or emergencies.