SCPS Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee

Art of Storytelling: The Human Experience of Being a Psychiatrist
Official Trailer

  












'Art of Storytelling: The Human Experience of Being a Psychiatrist'

Color | 75 Minutes
DVD Now Available
$20.00 (price includes tax + shipping & handling)














'Art of Storytelling: The Human Experience of Being a Psychiatrist'

Featuring Drs. Linda Do, Michelle Furuta, Michael Gales, Jamie Garcia, Haig Goenjian, Charles Grob, Ijeoma Ijeaku, Martha Kirkpatrick, Maria Lymberis, Elizabeth McGuire, Arsalan Malik, Joseph Natterson, Kristen Ochoa, Robert Ross, Mary Ann Schaepper, Kimberly Shapiro, Steve Soldinger, and Devin Stroman

Produced by Mindi Thelen for the Southern California Psychiatric Society
Directed by Michelle Furuta, M.D.

Please visit the Official Website for more information




SCPS and The Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee present
Project 1: Feared Vs. Favored Experience

  











SCPS and the Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee present 'Project 1: Feared Vs. Favored Experience.' A group of southern California psychiatrists discover their hopes and fears while working on a collaborative art project. Filmed March 8th, 2014 in Santa Monica, California.




SCPS and The Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee present
Project 2: Life as a Song

  












Psychiatrists explore their musical side in this interactive session hosted by Ami Kunimura, MT-BC and Michelle Furuta, M.D. Event sponsored by SCPS and the Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee.

Please visit The Harmony Resource for more details about the event.



SCPS Art of Psychiatric Medicine Committee

To promote the development of community among psychiatrists through meaningful activities and interactions as it relates to the artistic experience of being a psychiatrist.

As we know, what we do is part science, part art. But as practicing clinicians, there is very little support for the artistic element. At these events various artistic media is employed with the help of guest artists who have expertise in specific areas. Works are collaborative and participants work together on one large-scale project at each event. Discussion of the topic, work, and experience follows.

Final works will be archived for later show and sale in a fundraising effort for non-profit mental health causes in the community. Please contact us for more information.