28th Annual Creativity and Madness Conference at Santa Fe Community Convention Center, Santa Fe
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28th Annual Creativity and Madness Conference

Tuesday Aug 2, 2016

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201 Marcy Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
US

Cost:

$545

Ages:

18+

Contact:

Barry M. Panter

Phone: 800-348-8441
Website: Click to Visit

Learn about the correlation between mental illness and creative genius and how to focus emotions to create art.

The conference is presented by The American Institute of Medical Education. the co-directors of the annual conference are Jacqueline Berz Panter and Barry Panter;  who will be celebrating their 28th year of conference. 

Some of the topics that will be discusses at the conference will include: Beethoven’s Deafness: Psychological Crisis and Artistic Triumph; Remapping your Mind: the Neuroscience of Self-Transformation through StoryRumi, Shams & the Mystery of Relationship; You Care for Others, Who Cares For You?; Tis the Gift: Aaron Copland’s Creative Genius and its Dementia-induced Decline; Emotional Expression Through Artistic Creation; Understanding Biopsychosocial Changes In Mentoring, Counseling and Psychotherapy; Wellness in Mind: Your Brain’s Surprising Secrets to Gaining Health from the Inside Out; Do You Have to be a Jerk to be a Genius? In the studio with Dylan, Jagger, Sinatra; Freud’s Oracle, The Life of H.D.; Engaging in Creative Process: Affirming Self-Care; Artistic obsession: A psychoanalytic analysis; The Tragedy of Robin Williams: Would ECT Have Helped?; “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”: Late Life Love, Creativity, and Wisdom Reflected in the Art of Bob Dylan.

Registration information: Conference Registration Fee: $545 / Continuing Education Certificate $30

Link to register: http://www.creativityandmadness.com/archives/3188