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Presented by Bryan Nichols and Apurva Shah (PRE-REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED. PLEASE PAY AT THE DOOR)
Get Out is director Jordan Peele's brilliant film exposing complex factors underlying race relations in America. The film touches on themes that relate to recent research on implicit bias, but evolves into a more sinister depiction of how the denial of the reparative impulse (Klein, Prager) yields an unrepentant, toxic inter-cultural American space that promotes the kind of idealizing and demonizing (Balbus) orientations that transform potential moments of cultural appreciation into a more malignant cultural appropriation. The seemingly inevitable, if explosive, ending provides a suitable exclamation point, to the delight and chagrin of a wide spectrum of audience.
1. Recognize the consequences for African Americans of their lost identity (Fanon) and invisibility (Ellison) and apply it in their clinical work with patients from that community.
2. Understand the genesis of Black Rage (Grier & Cobbs) within its specific historical and cultural context, and be able to trace its different manifestations.
Dr. Bryan Nichols is a Clinical Psychologist with a practice focusing on teens, families, individual adults & couples. He has also been a long time Supervising Psychologist for an L. A. City gang prevention and intervention program. His work in both his practice and the community has led to the recent development of societal, “macro level” ideas about how to remediate persistent issues of bias that infect and undermine interracial relationships and community based psycho-educational interventions.
Apurva Shah, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist working for Kaiser Permanente in Palmdale. An Associate member of the New Center for Psychoanalysis, he is the co-coordinator of the Film and Mind Series. He is also the Founding Director and Faculty at the Antarnad Foundation, a not-for-profit psychoanalytic psychotherapy training program, in Ahmedabad, India. His primary interest, and the focus of most of his publications, is the interface of psychoanalysis and culture.
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