- October 25, 2019
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Presenters: Cheryl Kinsman and Elizabeth Londo
For Halloween, don’t miss this frightening movie of a blossoming relationship gone awry. This very popular movie has been labeled a horror film and even a comedy/satire. It is the story of an African-American man meeting his Caucasian girlfriend’s family for the first time. Events that unfold at the family home become increasingly strange, eerie and there is a strong sense of foreboding. What happens next is akin to the classic Frankenstein story. If you haven’t seen this or if you’d like to re-experience this amazing film, please attend. Fascinating discussion and Halloween candy will also be included. The film stars Kaniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams and was nominated for multiple awards.
About the Presenters
Dr. Cheryl Kinsman is the Executive Director of the Jung Center. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and has a PhD from Loyola University in Chicago. Dr. Kinsman has over 28 years of experience providing psychotherapy and over 10 years of administrative experience. She recently retired from a long career at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center where she worked as a psychologist in the Outpatient Mental Health Clinic and served as the program manager, supervising a large multi-disciplinary staff.
Elizabeth is a business consultant, wife and mother of three sons, and Board Chair at The C. G. Jung Center. She attended Illinois State University and Northwestern University’s School of Business and began her career by consulting with large businesses pursuing stable growth. During the time she spent raising her children, she also ran a daycare operation, launched an early learning initiative, and served as the Executive Director for a domestic violence agency in Wisconsin. More recently, Elizabeth has been lending her experience, background and expertise to consult with growing businesses that can no longer do it all themselves.