Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Orgonomic Events in NYC - March 20-21

Courtesy Announcements

The Connie Crothers Quartet in Concert

Benefit to support the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust

Friday, March 20th, 8 p. m.
[Save the date!]

$10 suggested donation.  Light refreshments.  Hot jazz.


Location and directions:
475 Kent Avenue (between Division Avenue and South 11th Street), #410, Brooklyn, NY 11211. 718 302-4377.

Take any subway train to 14th Street, where you can get the L train to Brooklyn. Get out at the Bedford Ave. stop, the first one in Brooklyn. If you want to take a bus from the subway, leave the platform at the Driggs Ave. exit. Take the #61 bus, the only bus that stops there. The bus stop is in front of the pizza place. The ride usually lasts about 10-15 minutes. Get off the bus at Division Ave., turn right one block to Kent Ave., turn right one block to 475 Kent. It's that big, gray former warehouse building. The number on the door buzzer is 410. That means fourth floor, tenth unit. The door to the floor should be locked. Don't worry about it. Someone will be right out.

If you want to take a car from the subway, exit the station from the Bedford Ave., exit. Turn left on Bedford two blocks. There is a car service there, Northside. The ride costs $6.00, tip could be $1.00.

By car or by taxi from Manhattan, get on the Williamsburg Bridge, right lane (an exit lane). Exit at the first exit, "Broadway-Staten Island." Go straight across the intersection. Go two blocks to the next light (Division Avenue), Turn right. Go to the end of the street and turn right at Kent Avenue. 475 Kent is at the end of the block.


Saturday, March 21th 2009: One Day Seminar:
Adolescents and the Sexual Struggle of Youth

Offered by The Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich
Kevin Hinchey: "Revisiting Reich's The Sexual Struggle of Youth."
Kevin Hinchey is a Board Member - The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust and Co-Director of The Wilhelm Reich Museum.

Dr. Philip W. Bennett: "Reich's Response to Sexually Repressive Literature: The Formation of the Committee on Self-Regulation, and the INS Attempt to Remove Reich's Citizenship."
Philip Bennett, PhD, is a semi-retired college professor, currently teaching in the Graduate School of Education at Fairfield University, in Connecticut. 

Dr. Harry Lewis: "ENERGY: The Function of the Orgasm, Anxiety, and the Socio-Cultural Construction of Childhood and Adolescent Sexuality."
Harry Lewis, EdD, is an orgone therapist in private practice and the co-director of The Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich.  He has been a member of the faculty at the New School for Social Research for the past twenty-five years.

Stephan Simonian, M.D.: "An Orgonomic Perspective on the Health of Adolescents."
Dr. Stephan Simonian is a psychiatrist and orgone therapist in private practice in California. He is a member of the Institute for Orgonomic Science.

Jessica Lewis and friends: "A young adult speak-out on adolescent and young adult sexuality." Ms. Lewis is a singer, dancer, and actress in her first year at New York University.


Date:  Saturday, March 21, 2009     Time:  9:30 AM - 5:30PM.

Location:  Village Community School, 272 W. 10th Street (Between Greenwich and Washington Streets), New York, NY. 10014.

Fee: Prior to 3/21: general public: $70; students and those requesting a scholarship: $50.
On the day of the seminar: general public: $80; students and those requesting a scholarship: $60.

To Register:  Call Dr. Harry Lewis at (212) 675-6592, or e-mail him at jehlew@aol.com.
Space is limited. Make out checks to Harry Lewis, Ed.D.  Send check along with your contact information to: Dr. Harry Lewis, 115 Charles Street, New York, N.Y. 10014.

Updated Information may be found on The Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich website: 

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