Meet Me Out In The Street—The Power of the Group in Bruce Springsteen’s Music

Lorraine Mangione, PhD will present “Meet Me Out In The Street—The Power of the Group in Bruce Springsteen’s Music” at a Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy colloquium on December 7th. Dr. Mangione, speaking about her presentation noted, “The group, with all its intensity and interaction, is an important unit of experience in life, therapy, and Springsteen’s music. This workshop explores the power, support, and intimacy of the group through Springsteen songs, highlighting the primacy of the group in adolescence/young adulthood and identity formation, and in loss, tragedy, and healing.”

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