The Los Angeles County
Community Outreach Committee
Is Pleased to Announce
Mirrors of the Mind:
September 29 - 30, 2012
A juried exhibition of visual and performing arts created
by Los Angeles psychotherapists and students, including
invited presentations on creativity and the power of art.
Deborah Baker, PhD
Jeff Ball, PhD
Stacy Berlin, PsyD
Natalia Boucher, BA
Debra S. Borys, PhD
Hanna Chusid, EdD
Robin S. Cohen, PhD
Victoria Cooper, MSW
Ashley Curiel, MA
Margaret Donohue, PhD
Danilo Donoso, MA Student
Liv Estrup, MFT
Beverly Feinstein, MD
Mercedes Gertz, MA Candidate
Flora Golden, MFT
Thomas Greening, PhD
Karin Hart, PsyD
Judith Harte, PhD, MFT
Karen Harter, PhD
Carol Jahshan, PhD
Roberta Jalbuena, PhD Candidate
Jeff Jessum, PhD
Lori Katz, PhD
Nairy Kevork, PhD Candidate
John LaSalle, MFT
Elisabeth Linn, PsyD Candidate
Karen Makoff, PhD Candidate
Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD
Judy McLaughlin-Ryan, MFT
Einat Metzl, PhD, MFT
Victor Morton, PhD
Allison Parelman, PhD
Stuart Perlman, PhD
Jamie Robin, MFT
Lolita Sapriel, LCSW
Barbara Shore, PhD, MFT
Karen Shore, PhD
Carl H. Shubs, PhD
Viktor Sigalov, MD
Larry Starr-Karlin, JD, MFT
Ginny Tal, LCSW
Gina Golden Tangalakis, PhD
Jane Van Loon, MFT
Claire Vines, PhD, MFT
Anne Pauline Warman, PsyD, LMFT
Schedule of Events:
September 29, 2012:
Gallery Exhibits and Theater Events 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Open to the community
Saturday, September 29th
10:00 Welcome! Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D., Producer
10:05 Michael and Jahna Perricone, Invited Presentation
Meditation Vibration! --- Creative Mastery through Voice and Sound Meditation
10:35 Georgianne Cowan, Invited Presentation
Hell in High Water
11:45 Deena Booth and the Mythic Players
One-Act Myth: Inanna Rising: Integration of the Dark Divine
Spoken Word Piece: The Revolution Must Have Dancing by Nina Simons
12:30 Paula Thomson, Psy.D.
Gates of Mercy - Live Performance: Choreographic Premiere
It Could Be Frankie - DVD Performance: - Premiered on November 15, 2011
1:15 James Catterall, Ph.D., Invited Presentation
The Arts, Empathy, and Creativity
2:00 Alison Freeman, Ph.D.
Imagine, an Interpretive Dance
2:25 Margaret Fichter, Psy.D.
Original Music Set
3:15 Stuart Perlman, Ph.D.
Portraits of the Homeless: Painting the Unseen Faces Around Us.
4:15 Paula Thompson, Psy.D.
Gates of Mercy
Artist Reception, 6 to 9 p.m.
With LACPA Foundation-hosted silent auction and coffee bar,
benefiting The Soldiers Project and The Miracle Project
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September 30, 2012:
Gallery Exhibits and Theater Events, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
10:00 Robert Carroll, M.D.
Finding the Words to Say it: The Healing Power of Poetry
10:30 Ginny Tal, L.C.S.W.
Poetry Reading: …and we are still lynching “them”
10:45 Elaine Hall, Invited Presentation
The Miracle Project: using creativity, joy and inclusion to bring out the best in children with autism
11:45 Robert Bilder, Ph.D. , ABPP-CN, Invited Presentation
12:30 Stephan Wolfert, Invited Presentation
CRY HAVOC: An interactive journey to meet Shakespeare’s veterans
LACPA Member Food Truck Art Fest, 3:00 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Please join us for this exciting LACPA event!
JURORS: Robert Bilder, Ph.D.; James Catterall, Ph.D.; Rebecca Catterall; Gus Harper
CURATOR: Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D., Community Outreach Committee Chair
EXHIBITION LOCATION: Gus Harper Gallery, 11306 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066
AMPLE PARKING IN STREETS ADJACENT TO THE GALLERY
QUESTIONS: Contact Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D., email@example.com
NOTE: The LA Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced that the construction and closure of the 405 Freeway will take place from Friday night, September 28 through Sunday, September 30. LACPA encourages members and guests to allow more travel time, carpool, and make adjustments to routes.
Additionally, on Sunday morning from 7:15 to 12 pm, the Los Angeles Triathlon will shut down Venice Blvd. from the beach to the 405 Freeway.
There will be no traffic crossing Venice Blvd during these hours. From the beach, you can access the gallery by taking Washington Blvd East. Bear left on Washington Place, and park on Albright Ave, Matteson Ave, Globe Ave, or any number of nearby small streets. (see attached map). The 405 is open south of the 10 Freeway, and can be accessed from National Blvd; exit on Venice, which puts you onto Sawtelle. Then park on one of the small streets near the gallery. Again, consult attached map for parking ideas.