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Doors Of Perception Probe Mental Health

by Lucy Gellman | May 25, 2016 7:19 am | Comments (2)

Lucy Gellman Photo When Matt Feiner sailed over the handlebars of his bike in a freak accident, the impact shattered his bones and his helmet, shaking him to the core. Regaining his mental health would take even longer than the physical recovery.

A deep blue pen — and later, collages, one for every day of the year — helped, sketching out his recuperation in real time.

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Today On WNHH

by Lucy Gellman | May 19, 2016 7:27 am

Lucy Gellman Photo Today’s programs on WNHH radio delve into one poet’s growing preoccupation with death, check in with the New Haven Health Department, and do some time traveling with the telegraph.

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Gesell’s 65th Marked WIth Summit On Childhood Development

by Staff | May 18, 2016 7:08 am

KARISSA VAN TASSEL PHOTO Peg Oliveira contributed the following write-up.

Current research points to social and emotional learning in the early years as a stronger predictor of lifelong learning. To share the latest information on emotional intelligence The Gesell Institute of Child Development hosted a Symposium on Social and Emotional Learning in Early Childhood on May 6 at the Yale School of Management.

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Fellowship Place’s Artists Step Out

by Allan Appel | May 6, 2016 6:20 am

Allan Appel Photo Eugene Magliaro’s acrylic on canvas painting is all grays and blacks. It is by his own description a stark vision, grim and apocalyptic. Yet its most important feature, from which it gets its name, is the “green herb budding” at the lower left of the composition.

Magliaro said that makes the picture’s theme a triumph of optimism against great odds.

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