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Psychoanalytic Candidates will be moving to mindNYC

Psychoanalytic Candidates

April 15, 2012

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Graduate Student Research on Psychoanalytic Phenomena (NYC – 4.25.2012 @ 8pm)

Graduate Student Research on Psychoanalytic Phenomena (4.25.2012 8:00 pm)

The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis &
Psychology cordially invites you to William Alanson White Psychoanalytic
Society presentation:

Graduate Student Research on Psychoanalytic Phenomena

Revisiting the Trauma Theory: The Relationship Between Specific Types of
Trauma and Clusters of Personality Disorders.
Speaker: Alex Behn, Teacher’s College, Columbia University

Mentor: Barry Farber, Ph.D.

Solitude’s Paradox: The Role of Object Relations and Attachment in the
Capacity to be Alone
Speaker: Jon Detrixhe, Ph.D. , Long Island University
Mentor: Lisa Samstag, Ph.D.

Divorce and Joint Custody: Loss and Transition in the End of Parental
Marriage, Mourning the Marital Relationship, and the Re-Formulation of a
Co-Parental Dyad.
Speaker: Marley Oakes, Ph.D., City College of New York

Mentor: Elliot Jurist, Ph.D.

William Alanson White Institute
20 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023

There is no charge for this evening but seating is limited. RSVP NOW to

reserve a space:


Contact Douglas Rodriguez at:
212-873-0725, ext. 10

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How to Recognize and Address Risks of Adolescent Depression and Suicidal Behavior (NYC – April 25 @ 7pm)


In Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence


How to Recognize and Address Risks of Adolescent Depression

and Suicidal Behavior

Wednesday, April 25, 2012, 7:00-9:00PM

at Hunter College, Lang Auditorium (East 69 St. bet. Pk& Lex) 4th floor

Ken Schonberg, MD: “Demographics and risk factors for adolescent suicidal behavior”

Bill Salton, Ph.D.: “The unique mind of the depressed adolescent –

Where appearances and thoughts collide.”

Mary Commerford, Ph.D.: “How to recognize students at risk: Warning signs are a call for help.”

Ricardo Rieppi, Ph.D.: “What do you do or say when you suspect your teen is at risk? Treatment options and considerations.”

Questions & Answers and Panel Discussion Moderated by Phyllis Cohen, Ph.D.

Cost: $30.00 in advance; $35.00 at the door

Refreshments will be served

Tickets can be paid by pay pal at or snail mail to Dr.Kristina Lupi, 5 W.86St, NY,NY 10024.

To reserve a space go to or call Dr. Kristine Lupi at 212-787-3771


Dr. Kenneth Schonberg is a Professor of Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is a recipient of the William Schonfeld Award from the New York Chapter of the Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and the Adele Hoffman Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. William Salton is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of New York and is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University. He is also a faculty member and supervisor at the New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence. He maintains a private practice in Manhattan and in Westchester.

Dr. Mary C. Commerford is the director of the Furman Counseling Center at Barnard College. She works in the areas of eating disorders and college mental health. She is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst and maintains a private practice in Manhattan.

Dr. Ricardo Rieppi is a clinical psychologist and is currently an advanced candidate in psychoanalysis at the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Dr. Rieppi maintains an independent practice in Manhattan, where he provides psychotherapy and psychological evaluation (in English/Spanish) to adults and adolescents.

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The Practice of Psychotherapy: Patients in Context (Boston; June1-2)



JUNE 1-2, 2012


offered by


under the direction of

Rebecca L. Drill David M. Goodman Judy Reiner Platt Janna M. Smith

Our patients’ ‘private lives’ and narratives are written, shaped, and organized, by the social, political, cultural, and economic landscapes of their daily existence. Their suffering and sense of meaning exists in a language forged by these larger contexts. How do we, as clinicians, learn to speak this language—to be curious, listen, and speak with an understanding of the larger contexts of our patients’ lived experiences? The objective of this course is to enrich the way clinicians sit with their patients by thinking more fully about the impact of “larger contexts” upon our patients’ experience of self, suffering, and wellbeing. As a result of attending this course, participants will be able to describe the places where “wider public life” (sociopolitical factors, economics, gender, class, spirituality, religion, and diversity) plays out in patients’ narratives and within the psychotherapeutic space. This conference is designed to offer an opportunity for attendees to hear paired speakers, the first of whom will describe the larger “terrain”, while the second will present clinical material which illustrates strategies for attending to these influences upon the clinical encounter. This course is designed to look at how and why societal factors impact patient behaviors and thus help therapists bridge the gap between what they do, how they do it, and what they know. Through didactic lectures, questions/answers and panel discussions it will help change the way clinicians view their patients by helping them understand the contexts in which their patients live. This course is intended for health and mental health clinicians, researchers, clergy, educators, and others interested in the behavioral and social sciences.

For further information contact: Cambridge Health Alliance Physicians Organization (CHAPO-CME) P.O. Box 398075-Inman Square, Cambridge, MA 02139; Phone: 617-503-8445; Fax: 617-503-8460; Email:; Web:

FRIDAY – June 1, 2012

8:00 – 8:45 8:45 – 12:30


Psychotherapy and its Larger Context:
How Patient and Therapist are Affected by the World We Inhabit …………………..

Technology, Social Media, and Intimacy: Relationships in a Digital Age…………..

AFTERNOON PROGRAM – Moderator: David M. Goodman

Is the Practice of Psychotherapy Fair? Diversity and Disparities ……………………

12:30 – 1:45 –

1:45 5:30

Robert Jay Lifton & Rebecca L. Drill

Kimberlyn Leary & M. Gerard Fromm

NeilAltman& Janna M. Smith

Margarita Alegria & Shani Dowd

PhilipCushman& William S. Pollack

JudithLewisHerman& Michaela Mendelsohn

Ana-MariaRizzuto& Usha Tummala-Narra

Lynne Layton & Elizabeth A. Corpt


8:30 – 12:15 MORNING PROGRAM – Moderator: Rebecca L. Drill Understanding Psychotherapy, Understanding History:

12:15 – 1:30 –



1:30 BREAK
5:15 AFTERNOON PROGRAM – Moderator: David M. Goodman

Who and What We Believe In: ExploringSpiritualandReligiousIdentityinTherapy…………………………………….

What You Don’t (Want to) Know Can Hurt You:
How the Unacknowledged Infiltrates Treatment……………………………………………

Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice


Course # 3224485

June 1-2, 2012

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Physicians’ Fee: $375 (USD) All Others: $275 (USD)

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REGISTRATION: Physicians – $375 USD All Others – $275 USD
All foreign payments must be made by a draft on a United States bank or by Visa or MasterCard. If paying by credit card, please register online Upon receipt of your registration form, an email confirmation from the HMS-DCE office will be sent to you. Therefore, be sure to include an email address that is checked frequently. If paying by check, make it payable to Harvard Medical School and mail with completed registration form to: Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education, P.O. Box 825, Boston, MA 02117-0825. A confirmation letter will be mailed to the address listed on the form. Telephone, fax, or mailed registrations by credit card are not accepted. Inquiries should be directed to the above address, made by phone, (617) 384-8600, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (EST) or by email: hms-cme@hms.harvard.eduONLINE INFORMATION: To ensure proper registration, please add the first three letters of the code found at the bottom of the registration form. To register or to view course information online, visit our home page:
REFUND POLICY: A handling fee of $60 (USD) is deducted for cancellation. Refund requests must be received by mail or fax (617) 384-8686 one week prior to the course. No refund will be made thereafter.
COURSE LOCATION, ACCOMMODATIONS, and TRAVEL: All sessions will be held at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. Rooms in Boston are limited; you are urged to make your reservations early. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 64 Arlington Street, Boston, MA 02116; 617-426-2000 or 800-225-2008 until May 14, 2012. Please specify that you are enrolled in this course to receive a conference rate. For airline reservations you can contact the HMS Travel desk 877-442-7863 Monday to Friday 9 AM – 8 PM (EST). From outside the U.S., Canada, and Virgin Islands, please call 617-559-3764.
PHYSICIANS: The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ACGME Competencies: This course is designed to meet: • Patient Care • Medical/Clinical Knowledge • Interpersonal and Communication Skills • Professionalism. Disclosure Policy: Harvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Essential Areas, Standards, and Policies. It is HMS’s policy that those who have influenced the content of a CME activity (e.g. planners, faculty, authors, reviewers and others) disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial entities so that HMS may identify and resolve any conflicts of interest prior to the course. These disclosures will be provided in the course materials along with disclosure of any commercial support received for the course. Additionally, faculty members have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled or investigational uses of products during their presentations.
PSYCHOLOGISTS: The Cambridge Health Alliance, Psychiatry Continuing Education Division, is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Cambridge Health Alliance maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This course offers 14 continuing education credits.
COUNSELORS and EDUCATORS: The Cambridge Health Alliance, Psychiatry Continuing Education Division, is an Approved Continuing Education Provider and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The Cambridge Health Alliance solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. This program is approved for 14 clock hours, Provider #5444, and is also applicable for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Counseling/Allied Mental Health accreditation and PDP Educator accreditation for 14 credits.
NURSES: The American Nurses Credentialing Center, Commission on Accreditation, accepts continuing education from the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) toward recertification. The Cambridge Health Alliance, Psychiatry Continuing Education Division, verifies that this course is a planned, organized learning experience designed to augment the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for the enhancement of nursing practice to the end of improving health care to the public as mandated by Massachusetts Regulation 244 CMR 5.00 toward relicensing requirements. This course offers 16.8 hours.
SOCIAL WORKERS and FAMILY THERAPISTS: Application for continuing education credit has been made to the Collaborative of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, and the CT, MA, and RI Chapters of The Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. 14 credits applied for.

January 27-28 March 9-10 April 27-28 May 11-12

School Mental Health Treating the Addictions Child Psychotherapy Meditation

June 1-2 November 2-3 November 16-17 December 7-8


Practice of Psychotherapy Couples
Eating Disorders


MARGARITA ALEGRIA, Ph.D., Director, Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research, Cambridge Health Alliance; Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Principal Investigator, NIMH Latino Research Program Project and National Latino and Asian American Study; Recipient of numerous awards including Mental Health Section Award of the American Public Health Association, and nomination into the Institute of Medicine; Author of numerous publications including contributor to: Health, Education and Behavior; American Journal of Public Health; Patient Education and Counseling

NEIL ALTMAN, Ph.D., Adjunct Clinical Professor, Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University; Editor Emeritus: Psychoanalytic Dialogues: The International Journal of Relational Perspectives; Author: The Analyst in the Inner City: Race, Class, and Culture through a Psychoanalytic Lens; Co-Author: Relational Child Psychotherapy
ELIZABETH A. CORPT, LICSW, Supervisor, Program for Psychotherapy, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance; Teaching Associate, Harvard Medical School; Faculty, Supervising Analyst, and Board Member, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis; Private Practice, Arlington PHILIP CUSHMAN, Ph.D., Core Faculty, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy, Antioch University, Seattle, Washington; Private Practice, Vashon Island, Washington; Recipient of numerous teaching awards from California School of Professional Psychology; Consulting Editor and Reviewer:Contemporary Psychoanalysis; and History of Psychology; Author of numerous publications including: Constructing the Self, Constructing America: A Cultural History of Psychotherapy; Contributing Author: Persons in Context: The Challenge of Individuality in Theory and Practice; Answering a Question with a Question

SHANI DOWD, LHD (hc), LCSW, Director, Culture InSight, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation; Faculty: Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology, Boston University, and Department of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine; Recipient, Doctor of Humane Letters, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (in acknowledgement of care to communities of color); Board of Directors, Fields, Walters and Hannagan Charitable Foundation; Board of Trustees, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

REBECCA L. DRILL, Ph.D., Clinical Director, Program for Psychotherapy, and Principal Investigator Cambridge Health Alliance site, NIMH Grant on Comparing Alternative Dimensional Approaches to Personality Diagnosis, and American Psychoanalytic Association Grant on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Process and Outcome, Cambridge Health Alliance; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Private Practice, Wellesley

M. GERARD FROMM, Ph.D., ABPP, Evelyn Stefansson Nef Director, Erikson Institute for Education and Research, Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge; Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Health Alliance; Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale University School of Medicine; Faculty, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis; President-Elect, International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations; Author/Editor of numerous publications including: The Facilitating Environment: Clinical Applications of Winnicott’s Theory; Lost in Transmission: Studies of Trauma Across the Generations

DAVID M. GOODMAN, Ph.D., Teaching Associate, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Health Alliance; Assistant Professor of Psychology, Lesley University; Research Fellow and Supervisor, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders and Danielsen Institute, Boston University; Private Practice, Boston; Publications include: The Demanded Self: Levinasian Ethics and Identity in Psychology; The Other: A Conversation at the Intersection of Discourses (forthcoming); Contributing Author: Answering a Question with a Question

JUDITH LEWIS HERMAN, M.D., Director of Training, Victims of Violence Program, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Awards include: Lifetime Achievement, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies; Women in Science, American Medical Women’s Association; Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association; and Lifetime Achievement, Trauma Psychology Division, American Psychological Association; Author of two award winning books: Father-Daughter Incest and Trauma and Recovery; Co-Author: The Trauma Recovery Group: A Guide for Practitioners

LYNNE LAYTON, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Faculty and Supervisor, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis; Supervisor, Boston Institute for Psychotherapy; Editor: Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society; Associate Editor: Studies in Gender and Sexuality; Author: Who’s That Girl? Who’s That Boy? Clinical Practice Meets Postmodern Gender Theory; Co-Editor: Psychoanalysis, Class and Politics: Encounters in the Clinical Setting; Bringing the Plague: Toward a Postmodern Psycho- analysis; Narcissism and the Text: Studies in Literature and the Psychology of Self

KIMBERLYN LEARY, Ph.D., MPA, ABPP, Chief Psychologist, and Director of Psychology and Psychology Training, Cambridge Health Alliance; Associate Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School; Faculty Affiliate, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School; Faculty: Boston Psychoanalytic Institute and the Psychoanalytic Institute of New England; Author of many scientific articles/chapters including contributions to: Men- talization, Internalization, and Representation; The Inner History of Devices; The Glow of Darkness: African-Americans and Psychoanalysis (in press) ROBERT JAY LIFTON, M.D., Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Health Alliance; Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Psychology, The City University of New York; Recipient of numerous national and international awards and honorary degrees; Author of many books including: Witness to an Extreme Century: A Memoir; Death in Life: Survivors of Hiroshima (winner of a National Book Award); The Nazi Doctors; Super- power Syndrome: America’s Apocalyptic Confrontation with the World; Crimes of War: Iraq; Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism MICHAELA MENDELSOHN, Ph.D., Researcher, Victims of Violence Program, Cambridge Health Alliance; Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Private Practice, Cambridge and Wellesley; Lead Author: The Trauma Recovery Group: A Guide for Practitioners; Contributing Author: Sources and Expressions of Resiliency in Trauma Survivors: Ecological Theory, Multicultural Practices

JUDY REINER PLATT, Ed.D., Director, Division of Continuing Education, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance; Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
WILLIAM S. POLLACK, Ph.D., Senior Clinical Consultant and Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance and McLean Hospital; Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Principal Investigator, New Models of Male Depression; Founder and Director, Centers for Men and Young Men and Real Boys® Educational Programs; Consultant to The United States Secret Service, including its collaborative Safe Schools Initiative with the U.S. Department of Education; Private Practice, Newton; Books include: Real Boys’ Voices; Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood; Real Boys Workbook; In a Time of Fallen Heroes: The Re-Creation of Masculinity; A New Psychology of Men; New Psychotherapy for Men ANA-MARIA RIZZUTO, M.D., Training and Supervising Analyst, PINE Psychoanalytic Center; Recipient of awards for the psychology of religion from The American Psychological Association and The American Psychiatric Association; Author: The Birth of the Living God: A Psychoanalytic Study; Why Did Freud Reject God: A Psychodynamic Interpretation; Co-Author: The Dynamics of Human Aggression: Theoretical Foundations and Clinical Applications JANNA M. SMITH, MSW, Social Worker, and Recipient of the Havens Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Health Alliance; Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Private Practice, Cambridge and Quincy; Editorial Board, Harvard Mental Health Letter; Author of three award winning books: My Father is a Book: A Memoir of Bernard Malamud; Private Matters: In Defense of Personal Life; and A Potent Spell: Mother Love and the Power of Fear; in press, An Absorbing Errand

USHA TUMMALA-NARRA, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology, Boston College; Teaching Associate, Harvard Medical School at Cambridge Health Alliance; Co-Editor: Sources and Expressions of Resiliency in Trauma Survivors: Ecological Theory, Multicultural Practice; Contributing Author: Womansoul: The Inner Life of Woman’s Spirituality; Women Psychotherapists: The Journey of Female Healers

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NYSPA’s Division of Psychoanalysis: God at an Analytic Impasse: Poverty, Devotion, and the Elusive Self (5.11.12)

New York State Psychological Association
The Suffolk Institute For Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Presents:God at an Analytic Impasse: Poverty, Devotion, and the Elusive Self
May 11th 2012

6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
NYU Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South, #914/912
New York, NY 10012


This event is Co-sponsored by:
The NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and
The Division of Psychoanalysis of The New York State Psychological Association

Guest Speaker:
Sue Grand, Ph.D.,author of The Hero in the Mirror: From Fear to Fortitude and The Reproduction of Evil: A Clinical and Cultural Perspective

Lewis Aron, Ph.D., ABPP & Jeff Wells, M.Div.

Dr. Grand’s fascinating paper presents her work with a migrant worker who struggles out of poverty to become a physician and caretaker. Unknown to himself as a human subject, his life is a devotion to the needy other. His own health is compromised and his sacrificial practices draw him close to near-death. Analysis of his masochism fails. To save his life, the dyad must examine his Christian convictions of passion, devotion, and sacrifice. These values collide with the analyst’s philosophical/metaphysical system, derived from relational analytic theory, her own reform Jewish ethos, and atheistic beliefs. Can patient and analyst meet – and save his life?

Please join Dr. Grand, her discussants, and many colleagues as we explore this compelling intersection of psychoanalysis, religion, and social justice in the consulting room.

$ 50.00 NYSPA Pyschoananlysis Division, SIPP, and NYU Post Doc Member
$ 70.00 Others
$ 20.00 Students
*CE Credits available through SIPP



The 75th Annual Convention will be held in Saratoga Springs, NY June 8 – 10, 2012. The event will boast an appropriate theme for the weekend “Art and Psychology” – Saratoga is an arts community and will host the 6th Annual Saratoga Arts Fest the same weekend. Convention attendees and their guests will enjoy special discounts to the Arts Fest activities. Bring the whole family for a weekend of education, arts and fun! Discounted Arts Fest tickets available with convention registration. Arts Fest tickets sell out fast! Sign up today!

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Division 39 Early Career, Grad Student, and Candidate Outreach Committees

The Division 39 Early Career Committee, Grad Student Committee, and Candidate Outreach Committee would like to encourage you to support our events during the Spring Meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

We are hoping everyone will be able to join us!

We have highlighted our programming below:

President’s Reception for Graduate Students, Early Career
Psychologists, and Candidates
Saturday, April 21, 6:30–8:30 pm
Room: La Terraza, La Fonda
Join us for this free event, including beverages and snacks!


Early Career Invited Panel:
‘Creating a Clinical Identity Formation – Fitting In and Figuring it Out’ Date: Thursday, April 19 1-2:45 pm
Location: Coronado, La Fonda

Early Career Board Meeting
Date: Saturday, April 21 5-6:30 pm
Location: Boardroom, La Fonda


Candidate Outreach Committee Invited Panel
The Creating and Evolving Psychoanalyst
Thursday, April 19, 10–11:45 am
Room: De Vargas, Eldorado

Candidate Reception co-sponsored by Sections I and V
Friday, April 20, 5:30–6:30pm
Room: President’s Suite


Graduate Student Invited Panel (open to all)
Creative Engagement in Psychodynamic Training: Working Across Differences Saturday, April 21, 8–9:45 am
Room: La Terraza, La Fonda

Live Supervision and Discussion: The Dynamics of Supervisory Exchange (open to all)
Saturday, April 21, 1–2:45 pm
Room: La Terraza, La Fonda
Special Workshops for Graduate Students:

Workshop I – Carlo Strenger, Ph.D. (open only to graduate students) Friday, April 20, 5–6:30pm
Room: Coronado, La Fonda

Workshop II – Kenneth Kosik, M.D. (open only to graduate students) Saturday, April 21, 5–6:30 pm
Room: Coronado, La Fonda

We hope to see you during these exciting events!

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