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Our Fall Benefit Honors Dr. L. Douglas Lenkoski

The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center’s 2014 Fall Benefit An Afternoon Buffet Dinner Sunday, November 9, 2014 Please join us in honoring L. Douglas Lenkoski, M.D. Dr. Lenkoski has been tireless in his humanitarian efforts on behalf of the mentally ill. Over the years, he has been an extremely effective advocate on behalf of psychiatric patients, influencing […]

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CPC Members Display Their Creativity

At the recent meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York, three of our members displayed their artistic talents in the art show. Vickie Todd submitted one of her popular Freud watercolor cartoons, and in the caption contest that accompanied the watercolor, three of the top captions were submitted by CPC members. The winning  caption […]

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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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Recommended Reading

Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center member Ed Novak, LPCC has written a book on his favorite pastime, steelhead trout fishing.  The book, “Meet Me at the Net: Stories From Steelhead Alley,” is available from Amazon and also has its own website, www.steelheadalley.net.  Ed’s book offers a humorous, informative and intimate look at fishing, revealing a deep appreciation for […]

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In Memory of Jean Pauline Kushleika

Many here were saddened to learn of our colleague Jean Kushleika’s death.  Here’s a copy of the letter that Joanne Naegele sent to the family in remembrance. Jean Pauline Kushleika 1925 – 2010 By Joanne Naegele Feb. 5, 2011 2PM University House Seattle, Washington Friend…Colleague…Adventurer I learned from Karen on December 27, 2010 that Jean […]

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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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Psychoanalysts in Social Media: Overcoming Resistances

In recent years, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and other social media platforms have become the virtual places where human interaction occurs, with discussions on topics from auto repair to international politics.  Psychoanalysts are joining the conversation.  One of the more widely known psychoanalyst-bloggers is Dr. Gail Saltz, who discusses health, sex, and relationships, not only […]

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A New Internet Presence for Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis and its practitioners—psychoanalysts—aren’t usually associated with cutting edge technologies.  We were slow even to develop websites that would effectively convey our ideas and activities to our local communities.  But among institutes accredited by the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA), the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center is out front as the first adopter of social media. That’s according […]

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