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Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute & Society

Our Mother's Sore Expectations

The Association for Psychoanalytic Thought Presents:

Our Mother's Sore Expectations

A talk by the author:  Kehinde Adeola Ayeni, M.D.
Advanced Candidate, Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute

Comments by:  Aisha Abbasi, M.D.
Training and Supervising Analyst, Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute

Sunday March 25, 2007
11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

A light brunch will be served

Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute, 32841 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills

APT members $10, General Public $15, Students $5 (at the door)

For further information or to register, please call Monica Simmons at MPI (248)-851-3380

Kehinde Ayeni, M.D., has written truth wrapped in the guise of fiction....of an ethnically diverse and extremely wealthy African country that has struggled through the legacy of slavery, colonialism, and independence, followed by tyranny and oppression from despots, who repeatedly pillaged her. Our Mother's Sore Expectations demonstrates the perils of denying personal and national history, and that, only that which is self, has the power to heal.

Dr. Ayeni, a public health physician, psychiatrist, and advanced candidate at the Michigan psychoanalytic Institute was born and raised in Nigeria.  A mother of two children, she is in private practice in Farmington Hills, Michigan.  She founded Foundation for Indigenous Development and Advocacy, a non-profit organization whose goal is that every Nigerian child has a minimum of elementary school education.  Proceeds from sales of her book go to Foundida.