LMP: Farooq, how did you come upon this movie? FM: Lenore, I have to thank you for recommending this movie for me to watch. We had talked about this movie last year, and when I saw it I was moved beyond words. Whenever I have a reaction to a movie which leaves me speechless, I […]
by Eleanor Hoskins, LCSW, CGP, Spring Conference Co-Chair In preparing for the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Spring conference, I had the opportunity to interview our presenter, Cathy Nugent, LCPC, TEP. The conference, which will be held at St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, DC, is titled Care for the Heart and Soul of the Psychotherapist: Psychodramatic Explorations. Throughout […]
LMP: What draws you to this movie, both personally and professionally? RN: First, it has to do with the intersection of African-American/Black and gay identities in American culture. Personally, that intersection represents two identities that are important to me. Professionally, “intersectionality” as a concept, represents an important point of departure in multicultural discourse. Once embraced, […]
Barry Wepman, PhD, CGP, LFAGPA Specific Interest Sections EXCITEMENT AND SHAME IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY Stewart Aledort, MD, CGP, FAGPA FROM TURBULENCE TO CONNECTION: MANAGING ENVY, COMPETITION, AND SHAME IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY Steven Van Wagoner, PhD, CGP, FAGPA HEALING FROM GROUP INFLICTED NARCISSISTIC INJURIES CAUSED BY MICROAGGRESSIONS Nina Brown, EdD, LPC, NCC, FAGPA INTERSECTING MINORITY IDENTITIES […]
MAGPS congradulates Farooq Mohyuddin, MAGPS Past President, on his election to the AGPA Board of Directors. And, we also offer our appreciation to MAGPS member Reggie Nettles, continuing AGPA Board Member.
Discussant Reginald Nettles, PhD, CGP. Details on the website at magps.org Written and directed by Rodney Evans and starring Anthony Mackie and Roger Robinson, BROTHER TO BROTHER invokes the glory days of the Harlem Renaissance through the memories of Bruce Nugent (Robinson), who co-founded the revolutionary literary journal Fire!!with legendary authors Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston and Wallace […]
Our next Cinema Series film, “Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath” will be presented Saturday, January 25 2014 at Lorraine Wodiska’s house. The discussant will be Siddharth Ashvin Shah who is a friend of the film’s director, Sharat Raju, and it’s protagonist, Valerie Kaur. I recently spoke with Siddharth about the film and thought […]