Performing Psychiatry – January 18, 2018


January 18th, 2018  University Club – 7pm


An enlivening evening of art and performances by staff and residents, with Master of Ceremonies and stand-up comic David Goldbloom

Top 10 reasons to attend the 2018 Performing Psychiatry evening:

  1. Activate your brain circuits with stimulating, moving, beautiful and inspiring artistry
  2. Receive experiential disconfirmation of fixed false beliefs around the capacities of colleagues being limited to clinical, educational, or research expertise
  3. Be moved by a classical Spanish guitar performance by John Klukach and Petal Abdool
  4. Be inspired by the mixed media artworks by clients on the Concurrent Youth Unit at CAMH
  5. Laugh out loud with Lwam Ghebrehariat
  6. Be transported by live music performances of Peter Voore, Ivan Poukhovski Sheremetyev, and the angelic vocals of Monidipa Ravi
  7. Be delighted by the original songs of Thomas Ungar
  8. Sing along to the musical tunes of Jen Schaffer with John Teshima and Carmen Wiebe
  9. Tap your feet to the Irish music of Marco Battaglia and Amit Rotem
  10. Break up a long winter’s night and resist the hibernating-pulls of the cold with a famously fun and spectacular evening out!

TICKETS for this not-to-be-missed, limited-seating event, only $20; free for psychiatry residents (*must be reserved in advance) can be purchased or reserved on linePerforming Psychiatry celebrates and showcases the artistic talent manifest (and hidden) in our academic and hospital-based communities within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.   We hope to see you at what promises to be a fun and inspiring evening!

Sponsored by the University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry, and its Division of Psychotherapies, Health Humanities and Educational Scholarship (PHES)