Child Colloquium Series: Film Event: Shoplifters, a film by Hirokazu Kore-eda - Presenter: Reyna Cowan, PsyD, LCSW
2019 - 2020 Child Colloquium Series
Sarah Stadler, MD, Chair
Jacqueline Ward, PhD, Co-Chair
David Frankel, PhD, Courtney Hartman, PsyD, Tam-Anh Pham, LMFT, and Yen Quoc, PsyD, Committee Members
Language and Other Communications
The Child Psychoanalytic Program of SFCP welcomes you to a series of presentations demonstrating the scope of intensive work with children. These events offer an opportunity to hear a range of theoretical perspectives and clinical approaches. This year the series focuses on trauma recovery and the important role of the caregiver’s ability to attend to children's deep anxieties and their defenses. We hope you will attend several events and become part of the ongoing discussion, contributing to enriching clinical work and theoretical understanding.
|Program Title:||Eighth Annual Evening at the Movies
“Shoplifters” | a film by Hirokazu Kore-eda
|Date:||Saturday, January 11, 2020|
|Presenter:||Reyna Cowan, PsyD, LCSW|
|Location:||San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
|CME/CE:||2.5 CME/CE Credits available for $ 25.00 (SFCP Members) or $ 30.00 (non-SFCP Members)|
|To Register:||Click here to register for this program →|
Shoplifters, the 2018 Cannes Palme d’Or acclaimed film directed by Japanese filmmaker, Hirokazu Kore-eda, explores questions of family, protection and love. It’s the story of an impoverished family and their struggles to endure poverty and social indifference. A seemingly spontaneous (or impulsive) decision to shelter a young girl from her abusive parents has profound implications both for the functioning of the family and for Japanese society as a whole. In this quiet but profound observation of life in a hovel on the outskirts of Tokyo, Kore-eda explores the nexus of abuse, rejection, jealousy, belonging, family, and the many complex layers of love and loss.
Reyna Cowan, PsyD, LCSW is a psychoanalyst, a personal and supervising analyst at PINC, and is on faculty at both PINC and SFCP. She teaches widely throughout the Bay Area and has a private practice in Oakland, where she works with adults, couples, adolescents, and children. She has a particular interest in film.
- list elements of Winnicott’s ideas of the anti-social tendency and its expression of hope as seen in the way that the family shoplifts.
- understand how past trauma and loss are played out in day-to-day interactions among the members of the family within the film.
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The Child Colloquium Series are offered free of charge through a generous support of the SFCP and the Sophia Mirviss Fund.