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Analytic Flicks – If Beale Street Could Talk

Sunday, January 20, 2019 7:30 p.m.—9:00 p.m. Center Library, “If Beale Street Could Talk?”, directed by Barry Jenkins.  Plot: In early 1970s Harlem, daughter and wife-to-be Tish vividly recalls the passion, respect and trust that have connected her and her artist fiancé Alonzo Hunt, who goes by the nickname Fonny. Friends since childhood, the devoted […]

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Our Dysfunctional Nation: Pain and Despair or Tenderness and Empowerment

On June 19, 2018 Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center voted unanimously to pass a resolution to condemn the practice of our government to forcibly separate children from their parents. Also, our Center formed a Social Responsiveness Committee to address the issue of government’s child abuse and human rights violation when they forcibly separate children from their parents […]

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The Piggle Reconsidered

  A recent post on PsychologyToday.com entitled “Revisiting Child Psychoanalysis,” asks the question, “Why are young children in therapy without their parents?” The author, Claudia Gold, MD, a child analyst, was prompted to write the article after attending a presentation and panel discussion at the 2018 APsaA convention. This particular program, “The Name of the […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center at the Cleveland International Film Festival

“About a Girl,”directed by Mark Monheim, is the film we have chosen to sponsor at this year’s Cleveland International Film Festival, which runs from March 18-29  at the Tower City Cinemas. A member of the  Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center will introduce the film at its two showings, Sunday, March 22nd at 6:10 p.m. and Monday, March 23rd at 4:30 p.m. Participation in the Film […]

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October Events at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

  Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, M.D. Psychoanalytic Training, Adult and Child, at Parisian Society  “Traumatized Mother,  Sleepless Baby: Mother-Infant Psychotherapy with an  18 Month-Old Boy”   Date:            Friday Evening, October 17, 2014 Reception:   6:00  —  7:00 p.m. Lecture:        7:00  —  8:30 p.m. Location:     Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center RSVP:         Please reserve by calling  (216) 229-5959  or email: dmorsecpc@sbcglobal.net The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center at the Cleveland International Film Festival

“Broken,” directed by Rufus Norris, is the film we have chosen to sponsor at this year’s Cleveland International Film Festival, which runs from April 3-14 at the Tower City Cinemas. A member of the  Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center will introduce the film at its two showings, Thursday 4/4 at 6:35 pm and Saturday 4/6 at 3:45 pm. “Broken” is the story […]

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Art and Mourning: Tragedy at Newtown

Beatrice Cahill-Camden has offered her commentary on the recent Newtown Conn. shooting. Beatrice  is a junior at Hawken School, a preparatory school in Cleveland. This was written in her English Intensive last semester.    “The Scream” in American Culture” ‘One of those paintings that would not die’ its warring image once conceived would not leave […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center Presents Vera Camden, Ph.D.

On May 18, 2012 Vera Camden, Ph.D. will deliver a lecture entitled, “Harry Potter: A Touch of Evil and the Triumph of Love in Harry Potter.” Vera Camden will be talking about trauma as parasite. She will discuss the role of skin in the parasitic relationship as the skin no longer protects the body but the skin […]

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Not for Parents Only: Three Guides to Helping Children Grow

The emotional health and development of children is the topic of three current, parent-friendly books by child development experts.  Each has his or her own bent, but all subscribe to the importance of tuning in to the child’s subjective experience of the world at any given developmental moment. Kerry Kelly Novick and Jack Novick, Ph.D. […]

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Mini-Lecture, “Heroes in the Nursery”

The Mini-Lecture for May was “Heroes in the Nursery,” presented by Carl Rak, Ph.D.  The title of this lecture evokes a classic paper, “Ghosts in the Nursery,” by Selma Fraiberg, but instead of focusing on negative influences, Dr. Rak presented three cases in which a positive influence enabled at-risk youth to overcome the psychological challenges […]

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