Applying the Method of Cultural Therapy to the Issue of "Reasonable Accommodation" in Quebec



    MONTREAL, Nov. 13 /CNW Telbec/ - This coming Thursday, November 15, 2007,
a Performance and Open Forum applying the method of cultural therapy to the
issue of "Reasonable Accommodation" in Quebec will be presented by Concordia
University's Centre for the Arts in Human Development and McGill University's
Division of Social & Transcultural Psychiatry.
    The event will demonstrate an original technique of cultural therapy
called psychohistoriography. Important social issues are explored by
interpreting the personal stories of community members through various art
forms, such as music, dance and story-telling. The audience will be invited to
participate in an Open Forum on the issue of "Reasonable Accommodation"
following the performance.
    The event represents a pilot research project to establish the Initiative
for the Advanced Study of Culture, Conflict and the Arts Therapies at
Concordia University.

    
                         Performance and Open Forum
                            Thursday, November 15
                                  7:30 p.m.
                 Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry
                           Jewish General Hospital
               4333 Chemin de la Côte St. Catherine, Montreal
                               Free of charge
    




For further information:

For further information: Ann Tanner-McDonald, Communications Advisor,
Faculty of Fine Arts, (514) 848-2424, ext. 2867,
ann.tanner-mcdonald@concordia.ca


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