The Michigan Psychoanalytic Society 42nd Annual Symposium
Me and Not Me: Exploration of Our Socially Embedded Self – Raising Our Consciousness About the Dynamic Effects of Social Polarization
With the almost overwhelming range of very recent and past local, national and global examples of intolerance, social injustice, and threats to human rights and life, acts of “terror” of all forms and magnitude, and their impact of immeasurable pain and suffering, one cannot help but feel moved to do something to mitigate the mounting fears (our own and other) and to seek ways to foster and restore HOPE in the minds of those we serve directly, and in the global community as a whole. This symposium will focus on bringing to the forefront a psychoanalytically-informed exploration of valuing human life and the human experience: out complexities, our communalities and individual differences.
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Time: 7:45 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: The Inn at St. John’s, Plymouth, MI
Presenters: Neil Altman, Phd; Farhad, Dalal, PhD; Jacalyn Harden, PhD, LLPC; Jane Hassinger, LCSW, DCSW; Done Spivak, MD; Kathleen Baltman, LMSW, IMH-E®; Kehinde A. Ayeni, MD and Paula Christian Kliger, PhD, ABPP
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