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CPC Member in the News

The Lamplighter, the publication of the Bratenahl Community Foundation profiled CPC member and Bratenahl resident Ilga Svechs, Ph.D. The article was written by Kathy Jones and appears in the latest issue. (February 2017, pg. 9) The article tells how Dr. Svechs came to America after World War II, as a child refugee, and relates her […]

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Research To Support Psychotherapy

  We would like to call your attention to an article that was published in the New York Times on July 17, 2015. “Psychiatry’s Identity Crisis” calls for more research into the efficacy of psychotherapy as a treatment for common psychiatric disorders like depression and anxiety disorders. The author, psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman, points out […]

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Eileen McGinley, MD to Speak at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center in March

  Please mark your calendars and join us for  The Sixteenth Annual June Isquick Visiting Scholar  Program with Eileen McGinley, M.D, who will speak on “The Evolution of the Transference Clinically and Theoretically” Date:             Saturday March 29, 2014 Time:             2:00 —4:00 pm Location:         Rainbow Babies and Children’s Amphitheater University Hospitals, Abington Road Entrance Registration:    This meeting is free […]

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Diagnosis, Science and Psychiatry

Below are three letters by psychiatrists in response to an editorial by David Brooks in the New York Times in which Mr. Brooks, in commenting on the DSM V, calls psychiatry semi-scientific, while defending psychiatrists as “daring adapters” who combine technical expertise with personal knowledge.   The responses are a refreshing and an important perspective […]

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CPC Members Receive Recognition

Congratulations are in order for three members of our Center. Dr. Anna Janicki was recently listed in the Cleveland Magazine’s list of “Best Doctors in the Cleveland Area” for Psychiatry.  The list of Best Doctors was compiled from a survey asking physicians: “If you or a loved one needed a doctor in your specialty, to […]

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CPC Faculty Member Recieves Award

  Faculty member Judith Pitlick received the Edith Sabshin Teaching Award, at the American Psychoanalytic Association’s Annual Meeting in New York last Week.  This award recognizes members of the APsaA who have made outstanding contributions as educators of students who are not candidates in psychoanalytic institutes. Judith L. Pitlick, MA, LPCC is a child, adolescent, and adult […]

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Ninth Annual NAMI Walks in Cleveland

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Cleveland is proud to announce its 9th Annual NAMI Walks for the Mind of America. NAMIWalks ‘11 will step off in Greater Cleveland on September 24, 2011 at Voinovich Park in Downtown Cleveland.  Over the past eight years, NAMI Walks has raised more than $550,000 to support […]

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A Recovery High School, Cont’d.

On Sunday, February 20th, the Plain Dealer carried a front-page story on the rising rate of deaths due to accidental drug overdoses.  The article reveals that about one quarter of the overdose deaths in Cuyahoga County in 2009 were people 30 years or younger, and carried the story of a sixteen-year-old heroin user who sought […]

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Post-Deployment Mental Health

A thought-provoking article in New York Magazine reports on alarming rates of mental illness among soldiers returning from the Middle East, and questions the efficacy of the therapies available to them.

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Eleanor Galenson, Expert on Children’s Sexuality, Dies at 94

Dr. Galenson was a professor of psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Mount Sinai Medical Center in  New York. Read the New York Times obituary here. Dr. Galenson and a colleague, after observing and documenting the actions of infants, concluded that children make the discovery of genital difference between the ages of 15 to […]

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