Steven Barrie-Anthony, PsyD, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry
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    Institute of Contemporary PsychoanalysisPsy.D.Contemporary Psychoanalysis
    University of California, Santa BarbaraPh.D.Religious Studies
    University of California, Santa BarbaraM.A.Religious Studies

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    Steven Barrie-Anthony, PhD, PsyD, is a research psychoanalyst with a clinical private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area, and across California via telehealth. At UCSF, he provides psychotherapy supervision to residents in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He is active in researching and publishing, with research interests in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy; religion/spirituality; and relationships between emotional experience and spirituality, technology, and social life. Steven recently served as principal investigator and director for a large research initiative examining technologies’ impacts on human relationships, funded by a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation. He has published many popular articles and essays such as for the Los Angeles Times, where he was previously a staff writer. He is a UC Berkeley research associate, and serves on the editorial board of Psychoanalytic Inquiry.
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    Public Theologies of Technology and Presence
    Henry Luce Foundation Jul 1, 2018 - Jan 31, 2022
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: A large multiyear research initiative examining the impacts of technologies on human relationships, and psychological and sociological life. The initiative funded an interdisciplinary cohort of scholar of religion grantees from leading institutions cross the country. It took the position that emerging technologies often evoke fundamental questions about human life and experience, such as what it means to be human, questions of consciousness, empathy, truth, and connection--questions that have often been explored from within the prism of spiritual and religious thought and experience. Funded projects drew on cutting-edge religion scholarship from across academic disciplines and religious traditions, in order to shed new light on technological development and use, with implications for both innovation and ethics. The initiative explored research findings and their implications with influential technology firms such as Google, OpenAI, Neuralink, IDEO, Twitch, and NAVA. The initiative helped support 14 books; more than 50 scholarly chapters and articles; popular articles in the New York Times, The Atlantic, Vox, Aeon, The Conversation, San Francisco Chronicle, and Tricycle; and more than 80 scholarly presentations.

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    1. In I. Delio & N. Herzfeld (Eds.), Religious and Cultural Implications of Technology-Mediated Relationships in a Post Pandemic World. Social Technology and the Paradoxes of Spirituality and Attachment. 2023. Steven Barrie-Anthony. . View Publication.
    2. In I. Delio & N. Herzfeld (Eds.), Religious and Cultural Implications of Technology-Mediated Relationships in a Post Pandemic World. Forward. 2023. Steven Barrie-Anthony. . View Publication.
    3. The Sacralization of the Intimate Edge: Heeding Spirituality’s Call for Mutual Experience within Clinical Work. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. 2022; 42(8):637-648. Steven Barrie-Anthony. . View Publication.
    4. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Christianity in the English-Speaking West. 2015; 540-544. Wade Clark Roof & Steven Barrie-Anthony. . View Publication.
    5. In D. Winston (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the American News Media. Alternative Medicine in the Press. 2012. Steven Barrie-Anthony. . View Publication.