Existential Psychotherapy and Irvin Yalom, MD

Clinical psychology professor Martha Straus, PhD, will participate in a conference and panel discussion on the many contributions that Irvin Yalom has made to existential psychotherapy.

Eric Weitzner, MD, and Reed Larsen, LICSW, will join Martha on the panel. Yalom, who will be present via live telecast, will discuss his new book Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the Terror of Death and Other Timely Material.

Putney Family Services organized the event and Antioch University New England is a co-sponsor. The event will be held at the Vermont Agricultural Business Education Center in Brattleboro, Vermont on Friday, February 20. The inclimate weather date is Friday, March 20.

For more information or to register, visit the Putney Family Service’s web site or contact Sarah Perry via email at: [email protected], or via phone at: 603-499-3637 or 802-387-2120.

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