Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Post Show Discussions
Join us after each performance for a post-show discussion from an esteemed panel of experts, led by Discussion Chair Goldie Eder, LICSW, BCD!
Friday, December 2 Dan Jacobs, MD “Love, Hate, Envy and Shame”
Saturday, December 3 Dan Brenner, MD “Angels and Demons of Love and Loss”
Friday, December 9 Goldie Eder, LICSW, BCD “The Ravages of Love”
Saturday, December 10 Larry Rosenberg, PhD “The Exiles of Love”
Sunday, December 11 Carolynn Maltas, PhD “Ghosts of Love Past”
Friday, December 16 Michelle Seligson, M.Ed, IAAP “Love In and Out of the Shadows”
Saturday, December 17 Ron Goldman, EdD, Jill Fleischer, LICSW and Amy Goldfarb, LICSW "Love Glued"
Sunday, December 18 Kate Dare-Winters, M.Div, LICSW and Mark Albanese, MD “Dulling the Pleasure, Dulling the Pain” or “The Pain of Love”
Mark Albanese, MD is a psychiatrist specializing in Addiction Psychiatry. He is Medical Director of Addictions and Director of Ambulatory Psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance. An Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Albanese is respected internationally as an innovative and hopeful clinician, researcher, and teacher.
Dan Brenner, MD is a psychoanalyst practicing in Cambridge. He is a composer and musician who has written scores for more than 20 short films and four feature films, many of which have shown at film festivals such as Venice, Berlin, and Sundance. He co-wrote the screenplay for the Russian language film The Riddle, and composed the music. One can check out his CD, Little Dark Angel.
Kate Dare Winters, M.Div, LICSW has worked in addictions and mental health for over 25 years. She is a Teaching Associate in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a supervisor at Cambridge Health Alliance, on staff at Right Turn in Arlington, and in private practice in Cambridge.
Goldie Eder, LICSW, BCD is a clinical social worker practicing in Cambridge, where she sees individuals, couples and families. She is a Teaching Associate at Harvard Medical School and Associate Clinical Professor at Smith College School for Social Work. Goldie programs an educational film series for social workers and others, and also assists at the Boston Jewish Film Festival, the Reel Abilities Film Festival, and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, on programming in the Museum’s Disability Access Program. Goldie has a background in theatre, film and radio.
Jill Fischer, LICSW is a certified trainer, therapist and supervisor of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She has a private practice in Lebanon, NH, exclusively devoted to couples therapy.
Amy Goldfarb, LICSW sees individuals and couples in her private practice in Haverhill. She is trained in Internal Family Systems, EFT and Psychodrama. Amy is also an Executive Coach and a skilled actor.
Ron Goldman, Ed.D is a certified EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) therapist and maintains a private practice in Brookline. He is the author and performer of Interplay, and is currently performing his story To Know and Not to Know: That Has Been the Question.
Dan Jacobs, MD is a supervising and training analyst with the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and practices in Brookline. He has written and lectured widely on topics such as supervision, affect, sibling relationships in the work of Tennessee Williams, psychoanalysis in the nuclear age, and the application of classical ideas in psychoanalysis to more modern concepts. Dr. Jacobs has written a play with his wife Susan Quinn, Enter Hallie, set at Austin Riggs Hospital in 1948.
Carolynn Maltas, PhD is a founding member and on the faculty at PCFINE (Psychodynamic Copules and Famiy Institute of New England) and founded a working group on Family and Couple Therapy of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association. The author of numerous articles on couple therapy (particularly, on working with couples with trauma histories), Dr. Maltas is in private practice in Cambridge.
Larry Rosenberg, PhD is a clinical psychologist practicing in Cambridge, and a teacher at Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School. Larry brings an integrative approach to his clinical work and is very interested in Internal Family Systems, where he is a trainer at all levels and in Intimacy From the Inside Out, a couples therapy model.
Michelle Seligson, M.Ed, IAAP is a Jungian analyst practicing in Cambridge, and an active leader and teacher at the Jung Institute. Active at the Center for the Study of Groups and Social Systems, Michelle co-produced the award winning documentary film Who Does She Think She Is? (a 2007 film about women who are both artists and mothers), and A Small Good Thing (2015).