September 14. Please call us for availability of rooms.September 7, 2012. We now have 4 rooms left.
September 4, 2012: We have 8 rooms left at the group rate. We must release unsold rooms on September 9th. We have space available for the meeting room and registrants. August 16, 2012: We only have 23 rooms left at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge at the group rate of $269 per night plus tax. When these are gone, rooms will be available at a higher rate. Also we will book group rates at a nearby hotel or hotels.
Three or more people may register together for $395 each. Please call to register for this 800 348 8441
Join us for this exciting conference in the historic, stimulating and culturally rich city of Boston. The Fall Colors should be in full glory.
Continental breakfasts will be available for registrants each day.
Thursday October 11, 2012
Welcome: Jacqueline Panter, MA, MS & Barry Panter, MD, PhD
8:30AM Graves and Grandiosity: Heinrich Schliemann’s Emotional Needs and The
Discovery of Ancient Troy Judith Reynolds, MA
9:30 Construction and Re-Construction in a Case of Parent Loss Ben Garber, MD
10:45 Mary Catherine Bateson: Aging as an Improvisational Art Form Deborah Levinson, LCSW-C
11:45 How Adolf Hitler’s Parkinson’s Disease Affected The Outcome of World War II Tom Hutton, MD, PhD
2:00 Art’s Guarantee of Sanity: The Life & Art of Louise Bourgeois Tali Silver, MA, LMCH
3:00 Creating as an Act of Cultural and Identity Assertion: Italian American Women and Their Art Lorraine Mangione, PhD
Friday October 12
8:30 Memory and Artistic Expression in Mourning the Loss of a Loved One Still Alive
Compared to Mourning Following Death Stephanie Glennon Solow, PhD
9:30 Montaigne’s Death Obsession, Traumatic Brain Injury and Therapeutic Creativity Michael Sperber, MD
10:45 Storytelling and Psychotherapy Sandra Block, PhD
11:45 Collapse & Recovery: Samuel Johnson’s Creative Renewal at 60 Peter Newton, PhD
2:00-4:00 Discussion Group: Friday and Saturday
Saturday October 13
8:30 Creativity in Later Life Roberta Taylor, RNCS
9:30 Emotion in Van Gogh’s Art K. Bekker, PhD
10:45 Aphrodite vs. Athena: The Treatment of Goddess Archetypes by Contemporary Men and Women Artists Karen O’Malia. MS, Ed Counseling
11:45 Piety, Principal or Paranoia: Radio Shows Over the Years Ken Toppell, MD
Sunday October 14
8:30-10:30 The Mind & Music of George Gershwin: Presentation with Piano, Richard Kogan, MD
Optional Workshops (additional Continuing Education): Each 3 hour workshop is $50
Friday 2-5 Aging as an Improvisational Art Form Deborah Levinson, PhD. and MARY CATHERINE BATESON!!
Saturday 2-5 Exploring Your Creative Path Roberta Taylor, RNCS
Physicians: The American Institute of Medical Education (AIMED) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AIMED designates this live activity for a maximum of 21 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Psychologists: The program is co-sponsored by The American Institute of Medical Education and Wisdom Wave. Wisdom Wave is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Wisdom Waves maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This program is offered for 21 hours of continuing education credit.
AIMED is approved for Social Workers, MFT’s, Counselors, RN’s and others.
We have arranged for a rate of $269+tax per night at The Hyatt Regency Cambridge Hotel overlooking Boston (http://cambridge.hyatt.com) The hotel provides complimentary shuttle services serveral times a day. Please contact us to reserve at the group rate: (800) 348-8441,
Registration Fee for 21 Hours of CE is $525 (accompanying registrant $445)
To Register: Please call us at (800) 348-8441; or register below (
deposit $250 per person)
We request full payment at this time. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE
1 800 348 8441 OR
1 323 874 5500
Register in full/reserve accommodations:
For low airfares and car rentals please call The Travel Station (800) 990-2282.
Room Reservations Please contact us (800) 348-8441.
Cancellation: $100 prior to July 11. $100 + 1 night’s room charge from July 11th to Sept 10th.
No refunds after September 10, 2012.