GET OUT meets Freud
Event Start Date: 10/19/2018 6:00 PM
Event End Date: 10/19/2018 9:00 PM

The SPSI Art Salon Committee, in conjunction with the SPSI Diversity Committee, presents “Get Out meets Freud”, a screening of the film written and directed by Jordan Peele, with a panel discussion to follow. Beverages and food will be available.

The event is free, but we encourage you to make a donation to SPSI to support future programming. Thank you for your support!

Please register early, as seating is limited.

About the participants:

Cheryl Henry, MA, LMHC (moderator) is a child and parent psychotherapist with training in Infant Mental Health and Relational Psychoanalysis. She is the mother of 5 children and grandma of a two year-old baby girl of color.

Rebecca Meredith, MA (panelist) is a psychoanalyst, poet and writer. Her poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. As an outgrowth of her tenure as Redmond’s first poet laureate, her name is cut in steel on the city’s connector trail. Her award-winning novel, The Last of the Pascagoula, is soon to have a sequel, Look Up From the Water

Isabella L. Price (panelist) is a filmmaker, writer, podcaster, host, performer and YouTuber out of the Pacific Northwest. She has spoken at PAX Prime, Emerald City Con, GeekGirlCon and New York City Comic Con. Her topics include the intersection of race, sexuality and gender in the fandom community. Currently she is producing films that she wrote and directed, a podcast on the paranormal, a YouTube page, a blog with her writing about intersectionality and gender studies in nerd communities. She is taking her panels and talks to conventions all over the country. She loves the rain, watching re-runs of the X-Files, eating French pastries and hunting down the Mothman in her spare time.

Sandy Walker, MD (panelist) is a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist who works much of the time in community practice. She has chaired the American Psychiatric Association’s Committee of Black Psychiatrists and Council on Minority Mental Health and Health Disparities. She is currently participating in the American Psychoanalytic Association’s Department of Psychoanalytic Education Diversities Section and chairs its Foundation Committee. She is a poet and drummer. Both are shaped by and inform her work.

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