Life Is Not Fair: Panel discussion directly following this Sunday’s matinée performance

Please join us immediately following the matinee performance on Sunday, June 2nd for a panel discussion on the many issues raised in Catherine Trieschmann’s Crooked.

Life Is Not Fair

Bringing Issues of Identity, Parenthood and Faith to the Stage

Our panelists:

Dr. Craigan Usher

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Education
Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU)

Dr. Usher is an avid proponent of interdisciplinary studies / the humanities in medicine. He recently taught a course on the TV series Portlandia and often writes book reviews for both lay and child psychiatry publications. In addition to his work at OHSU, Dr. Usher has a background with the EASA Program – an early psychosis intervention project.

Judy Davis

Ms. Davis is a behavioral psychologist with a specialty in forensic character disorders. In addition to her private practice, Ms. Davis works with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) leading Family To Family training and assists victims of domestic violence.

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