- March 18, 2016
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Instructor: Weyler Greene & Kaitlyn Whitebread
Room a movie about a mother and her five year old son trapped inside a sparsely furnished 10-by-10 foot space by a man who had abducted the mother seven years before. Surprisingly, the focus of this film is not a crime story! It is about a profound relation between a mother and her son, their liberation, their healing. It is about the capacity of relationship to empower.
The mother is played by Brie Larson, who just won the Best Actress Academy Award for her work in this film. About this movie Larson stated, “it is a story of love and freedom and perseverance and what it feels like to grow up and become your own person.” Psychologically, it is a story of the healing of trauma and the recovery of a sense of self. Join us for a viewing and discussion of this very deeply moving film
About the Instructors
Dr. Greene is The C. G. Jung Center Analyst-in-Residence and a Clinical Consultant in the June Singer Clinic. He holds a PhD in Psychology from UCLA, and is a graduate of the Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Dr. Greene has taught at the California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles; Antioch University, LA Campus; and the Los Angeles Jung Institute.
Kaitlyn received her BFA in Theater Performance from Ohio University in 2008. While working for professional children’s theater and witnessing the true healing nature of the arts, Kaitlyn’s perspective shifted. In a moment of synchronicity, Kaitlyn was introduced to The C. G. Jung Center and has served as the Clinic and Program Assistant since 2012. Currently, she is pursuing her Master’s in Counseling at Northwestern University.