We would like to draw your attention to four upcoming events in October. On Wednesday, October 3rd our monthly mini-lecture returns with a presentation by John Ewing, Associate Director, Film, of the Cleveland Museum of Art. In 1986, John Ewing, co-founder of Cleveland Cinematheque, became the first person hired by the Cleveland Museum of Art to do nothing but program films.
His talk, commencing at 7:30 PM at the Center, 2460 Fairmount Blvd., Suite 312, is “The Challenges of Presenting (and Watching) Art Films.”
The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center is committed to providing the mental health community with stimulating and thoughtful continuing education programs designed to enhance clinical skills. On Friday, October 19th, and Saturday, October 20th we are presenting Gary Grossman, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California at San Francisco.
On Friday evening, in the CPC offices, Dr. Grossman will speak on “Childhood Romance Denied: The Oedipal Drama and its Impact on the Lives of Gay Men.” The reception (6:00 PM) and lecture (7:00 PM) are free and open to the public, and you may reserve by calling 216-229-5959. CEU’s are available.
On Saturday, October 20th, Dr. Grossman returns with a workshop on Developmental Considerations in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy w/ Gay Men. This workshop will be held at the Peter B. Lewis Building on the Case Western Reserve University campus and is open to the public. The cost for the workshop is $45 for Center members, $55 for non-members, and $15 for students/candidates. Three CEU’s are available upon request for an additional $15. Please contact the Center’s office, 216-229-5959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, reservations, and CEU information.
Lastly, Analytic Flicks returns on the first Sunday of the month, October 7th. The film is “The Master,” and the discussion, which starts at 7:30 PM in the Center’s offices, will be led by Ingrid Geerkin, Ph.D. For show times at the Cedar Lee Theater, click here.
You can access information about our upcoming events anytime by consulting our events calendar, www.psychoanalysiscleveland.org/events, or our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/psychoanalysiscleveland. Follow us on Twitter, too @PsychCleveland.