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POSTPONED DUE TO POWER OUTTAGE. Rescheduled for April 14th. Thanks! MAURIE D. PRESSMAN, M.D. is the Medical Director and Founder of the Pressman Center for Mind/Body Wellness in Philadelphia. His clinic focuses on spiritual psychotherapy and the exploration of the human soul. For over 40 years, he has explored the connections between traditional psychiatry and holistic-spiritual psychotherapy. He has also done extensive research on death and dying, behavior genetics, and learning disabilities. He is a member of twenty-two organizations, including the International Psychoanalytic Association, the American Medical Association, and the American Academy of Child Psychiatry. He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Temple University, Emeritus Chairman of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein Medical Center, and a board member of the Spiritual Eldering Institute. Dr. Pressman is a frequent guest speaker at universities, professional organizations, and Whole Life Expos across the country, and has lectured at meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association; the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on Children, Youth, and Families in Washington, DC.; and at Frontiers of Psychotherapy conferences in Philadelphia, PA. He has also been a frequent guest on various television and radio shows. As a writer, his articles have appeared in international and national medical journals, including the American Journal of Psychiatry and the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. He writes a monthly column in the Monthly Aspectarian and is co-author, with Patricia Joudry, of Twin Souls. This is a book on finding one’s true spiritual partner (Carol Southern Books, an imprint of Crown Publishers, 1995). Enter the Supermind, and Visions from the Soul are also books authored by Dr. Pressman. www.mauriepressman.com
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