Profesor Titular – Universidad Central de Venezuela (Spring 2000 – Spring 2010) - Course: Psychotherapy III for master’s level psychology students – (Psicoterapia 3).
Profesor - Universidad Católica Andres Bello – (Fall 2007 – Winter 2009) Course: Crisis Intervention for master’s level psychology students. (Intervención en Crisis).
Lecturer – University of California at Berkeley – (Fall 1995 – Fall 1998) Courses: Human Behavior (developmental psychology) in the Social Environment and Personality Theory for master’s level social work students in the School of Social Welfare.
Adjunct Faculty – The Wright Institute – (Fall 1997 – Fall 1998) Courses: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Psychopathology, Advanced Ethics, and Supervision for doctoral psychology students.
Adjunct Faculty – California School of Professional Psychology – Alameda (Spring 1994 – Fall 1997) Courses: Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; Psychoanalysis and Cultural Issues; Observation and Interviewing for doctoral level psychology students.
In the San Francisco Bay Area and Caracas, Venezuela Dr. Benveniste lectured frequently, in English and Spanish:
Professional lectures in the San Francisco Bay Area were presented at Mt. Zion Hospital, the University of San Francisco, California Pacific Medical Center Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, the Ann Martin Children's Center, The California Psychology Internship Council, The San Francisco Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, the Marina Counseling Center, McAuley Behavioral Health Service - St. Mary's Hospital, Peer Support Group Training at the San Francisco Police Department, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, Lincoln Children's Center,
In Caracas, professional lectures were presented at Universidad Central de Venezuela, Universidad Católica Andres Bello, Universidad de Los Andes, Sociedad Psicoanalítica de Caracas, Red de Apoyo Psicológico, Hospital El Peñon, Hospital de Niños and in Tampa Florida at the Carter-Jenkins Center.
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