NYPSI named as one of “The 20 best lecture series and spots” in the city

 

Click Here to Read:  NYC’s best lecture series and spots By Amanda Angel, Andrew Frisicano and Amy Plitt on the Time Out New York website on October 5, 2011.

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  1. Tamar Schwartz Says:

    Comment from Maxine Gann, PhD, Director for Public Information, NYPSI & Roger Rahtz, MD, President, NYPSI

    Dear NYPSI members, candidates, supporters and staff, We are delighted to share some good news: TimeOut New York has named NYPSI as one of “The 20 best lecture series and spots” in the city.

    This distinction from such a popular magazine is testament to the dedicated work of several individuals who have created compelling public programs for our organization. Our general interest programs, coupled with our established academic lectures, are helping us reach new audiences and better
    publicize our mission and services.

    NYPSI shares the TimeOut distinction with such well-respected institutions as The New York Historical Society, The 92nd Street Y, The Times Center, CUNY Graduate Center and The Cooper Union.

    Please consider sharing the good news of this recent recognition for our organization. It helps make our organization and profession stronger and better known.

    The link to the complete article is included below as well as an excerpt
    mentioning NYPSI:

    http://newyork.timeout.com/things-to-do/this-week-in-new-york/2035747/nyc%E2%80%99s-best-lecture-series-and-spots?page=0,0

    The New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
    These lectures trend toward academic areas, but look out for the venue’s “Conversations With…” series, featuring cultural commentators and writers such as Joyce Carol Oates and New Yorker staffer Adam Gopnik. Recently, that magazine’s film critic David Denby shared his thoughts on the future of the movie industry. The organization’s psychological framework exposes some insightful lines of questioning, and the floor is usually opened for a Q&A session afterward. 247 E 82nd St between Second and Third Aves (212-879-6900, psychoanalysis.org). Next event: “The 9/11 Hijackers: Who They Were, Why They Did It. Can Psychoanalysis Help Us Understand What Turns A Teenager Into a Terrorist?” Nov 8 at 8:15pm; free.

    Sincerely,
    Maxine Gann, PhD, Director for Public Information, NYPSI
    Roger Rahtz, MD, President, NYPSI

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