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Psychiatrist Explores Eye-Opening Lessons Learned From Children's Literature

02-22-2011 08:49 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: American College of Orgonomy

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PSYCHIATRIST EXPLORES EYE-OPENING LESSONS LEARNED FROM CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Princeton, NJ – February 21, 2011 – “Are Children’s Books Just for Kids?” is a public presentation about the parenting and life lessons that abound in contemporary children’s literature. In “Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes, a young mouse deals with suddenly being made fun of at school. How she, her parents, and teacher handle the situation and the lesson it teaches will be explored. Other such children’s books that offer a clear perception of what does and doesn’t work in child rearing will be discussed, and topics such as recognizing and confronting the emotional destructiveness of bullying, by both children and adults, will be addressed. Presented by board-certified psychiatrist Howard Chavis, M.D. as part of a series of talks sponsored by the American College of Orgonomy, the event will take place on Saturday, April 2nd at the Princeton University Friend Center on the corner of Olden Avenue and Williams Street in Princeton, NJ from 3:00PM to 5:00PM. Admission is free due to underwriting support. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. Refreshments will be served. Call (732) 821-1144 or make your reservation online by visiting http://www.orgonomy.org.

Dr. Chavis is a board certified psychiatrist and a board certified medical orgonomist in private practice in Manhattan where he treats infants, children, adults, couples, and families.. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Orgonomy and Secretary of the Board of Regents of the American College of Orgonomy. Dr. Chavis is available for interviews prior to the event.

PR contact, please contact:
Debra Sansanelli
Executive Director
The American College of Orgonomy
aco@orgonomy.org
P.O. Box 490
Princeton, NJ 08542
Phone: (732) 821-1144
Fax: (732) 821-0174
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The American College of Orgonomy (ACO) was established in 1968 and founded by Dr. Elsworth F. Baker, M.D. at the request of Wilhelm Reich who asked him to assume responsibility for the future of orgonomy. Its purpose is to set and maintain standards for all work in orgonomy, to promote and encourage scientific work in the field of orgonomy, and to provide training, education and information to those who are interested.

Located near Princeton, New Jersey, the ACO is a nonprofit educational and scientific organization devoted to setting and maintaining standards for work in the field of orgonomy. The College provides information, training, and research support for those interested and involved in orgonomy.

Today the science of orgonomy brings a natural, energetic understanding and approach to psychiatry, medicine, the social sciences, biology, and atmospheric environmental research.

The College conducts a postgraduate medical orgonomy training program for qualified physicians and psychiatrists. Medical orgonomists specialize in a unique treatment method that employs both a characterologic and somatic approach that can effectively treat a wide range of emotional illnesses.

The College also offers educational programs, including conferences, speakers bureau lectures, and laboratory courses for professionals and interested laymen. The ACO conducts and supports basic and applied physical, biological, and clinical orgone research. In addition, the College publishes The Journal of Orgonomy and makes available for sale many books on the subject of orgonomy.

American College of Orgonomy
P.O. Box 490
Princeton, NJ 08542
Press Contact: Debra Sansanelli, Executive Director
Phone (732) 821-1144
email: aco@orgonomy.org

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