Please join us for a fun, entertaining and stimulating way to earn 3 CEU’s. Each Salon event will feature an introduction, film presentation, and facilitated discussion after the film.
Where: Masterton Hall, Room 113 (Portland Campus)
Time: 2:00 – 5:30PM
August: Osage County Sunday October 19, 2014
A dark comedy, tells the tale of the dysfunctional Westin clan all of whom are highly intelligent, sensitive people that have the ability to make each other completely miserable. When the patriarch of the family mysteriously disappears, the Weston clan gathers together to simultaneously support and attack one another. As the clan bickers and jokes, old truths come to the surface. All these nasty truths—and more—bubble up and spew over in all sorts of excruciating ways. Old family secrets burst forth and new family scandals arise. The film depicts 3 generations addressing suicide, adultery, incest, childhood emotional abuse, and drug abuse.
Themes for discussion-Family and Childhood Trauma/Addiction
Program Facilitator, Stacia Fitch, LCSW
Cost: $30.00 per movie event (Discounted fee for USM field instructors and USM social work students)
For More Information: Contact Cathryn (207)780-4120 or firstname.lastname@example.org