Join us for the New York City installment of "Recovering Community" a global screening event to mark the release of HEALINGVOICES, a groundbreaking social action documentary which explores the experience commonly labeled as "psychosis" and is bringing together communities around the world to engage in dialogues.

This event features live panel Q&A with Producer/Director PJ Moynihan, Subject/Co-Producer Oryx Cohen, as well as representatives from the East Side Institute, Hearing Voices NYC, and more.  Seating is limited so book your ticket early.

Saturday, May 13
Doors Open: 3:00 p.m./ Screening: 3:30 p.m. 
Anthology Film Archive
32 - 2nd Avenue, NYC
Tickets: $12; Student/Retired/Low Income: $8 

C ontinue the conversation on JUNE 9
with developmental psychologist  Lois Holzman and 
award-winning journalist Robert Whitaker
and get a discount when you sign up for both!
Diagnosis, Drugs & Development 
Lois Holzman, director, East Side Institute and
Robert Whitaker, author
Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicineand the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill  

Join two long-time activists and scholars who challenge how we see madness for a wide-ranging conversation on the madness of contemporary society, efforts to engage and transform it, and what more we might do. Journalist and author Robert Whitaker and developmentalist Lois Holzman, author of  The Overweight Brain and
The End of Knowing, will share the role that psychology and psychiatry play in our madness by medicalizing human emotionality, and offer ways to cultivate different ways to see, be and become.

Friday, June 9, 7:00-8:30 p.m. 
NYU School of Law, Furman Hall, 245 Sullivan St., Rm 216
AT THE DOOR: $40;30 
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