Community Lecture Series

Open to all mental health professionals.

Lunch, learn, and refresh your practice. We offer 10 free lectures each year.

The Brookline Center welcomes all mental health professionals who work in the Brookline schools or community to join our staff for our community lectures. Experienced therapists and specialists present a wide variety of clinically relevant topics. During these lunchtime sessions, clinicians learn from experts in the field, while making connections with colleagues. We provide drinks and snacks.

Social workers may purchase continuing education units (CEUs); attendance for at least four of five lectures in a semester is required to receive them. Please indicate your interest in CEUs when registering.

Registration appreciated but not required

To sign up, email Jeff Brand, PsyD, or call at (617) 277-8107. Drop-ins also welcome!

Spring 2019 Lecture Dates:

March 7, 2019: The Decline of Play and the Rise of Psychopathology in Children & Adolescents
Peter Gray, PhD
Research Professor, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, Boston College

March 21, 2019: An Introduction to Intimacy from the Inside Out: Internal Family Systems in Couple Therapy
Larry Rosenberg, PhD
Private practice (Cambridge, MA)

April 4, 2019: Clinical Treatment of Men: Mission (Im)Possible
Joe Pereira, LICSW, CAS
Private practice (Arlington & Boston) and co-founder of Outlook Associates

April 18, 2019: Women Thriving: A Community Engagement Program Creating Opportunities for Learning, Leadership, and Community
Andrea Johnson, LICSW; Misti Jaynes; Ann Brackett; & Judith Stroum
Brookline, MA

May 2, 2019: Abuse of Power & Therapist/Physician Sexual Misconduct: Psychologists, Lawyers and Social Media Changing the Rules
Rina Folman, PhD
Private practice (Brookline & Fitchburg); psychiatry staff member at UMass Memorial Health Alliance