The Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis and the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis present: 

PSYCHOANALYSIS IN THE BARRIO

A Film and Panel Discussion 

Ann Dolinko, Ph.D., Noemi Molina, Ph.D., and Angela Sedeño, Ph.D. 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2016 - 6:30PM-9:00PM

Cathedral Counseling Center, 50 E. Washington Street, Chicago 

This program will include a showing of the PEP-Web sponsored documentary, Psychoanalysis in El Barrio, to be followed by a panel discussion and a dialogue with the audience. The film includes interviews with Latino psychoanalysts working in communities in Philadelphia, New York City, and Texas, as well as with recipients of psychoanalytic services in those communities, and aims to sensitize practitioners to the range of specific cultural and economic factors that provide a context for treatment in the barrio. 

Educational Objectives: 

At the conclusion of the program, participants will be able to 

1) Identify overt and embedded forms of racism in mental health practice. 

2) Address forms of racism more directly with colleagues and in clinical situations. 

3) Describe how prejudice and racism affect career development. 

Fee: $35.00/$45.00 Day of Course (Student Discounts upon Request) 

Registration: Online registration at chicagoanalysis.org 

Questions: Damita Wilson at (312) 897-1411/dwilson@chicagoanalysis.org