You are invited to attend a FREE event hosted by the
Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
MPSI Meets: The silent suicide epidemic of farmers
Friday, February 26, 2021
5:15 - 6:30 PM
More than 450 farmers killed themselves across nine
Midwestern states from 2014 to 2018. Join us in conversation
with Adam Brummond and Martin Larsen on the impact of
climate change, tariffs, debt and isolation driving farmers to suicide.
Prior to the event, please view the free 20-minute film
Dying Breed (2020) on Netflix, Amazon or Vimeo.
This event is organized by Minneapolis Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
fifth-generation farmer and conservationist in Olmsted County, MN.
LA-based Dying Breed filmmaker.
Active partner in the family farm in Racine, MN
The Minnesota Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (MPSI) is a vibrant and growing community for psychoanalysis in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. MPSI is a not-for-profit educational organization, providing a variety of training and educational opportunities in the field of psychoanalysis for members, varied professionals as well as the interested general public.
MPSI is comprised of two divisions – the Society, a member organization of clinicians and professionals interested in psychoanalytic principles, and the Institute, which provides psychoanalytic training.
The Society is a constituent society of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Members are clinicians and professionals who share a common enthusiasm for furthering the understanding and application of psychoanalytic concepts to the practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and, as it applies, to related professions that enrich lives across culture and society.
An institute of the American Psychoanalytic Association, the MPI is dedicated to training future psychoanalysts. It offers an opportunity for clinicians to expand and deepen their professional skills based on psychoanalytic perspectives.
MPSI also offers a low-fee clinic, MPSI Psychotherapy Center - learn more here
Members receive early notification and free or reduced admission to a variety of lectures, study groups and seminars on psychoanalytic thinking, and invitations to participate in ongoing educational opportunities.
Member benefits also include access to PEPWeb - an online resource of books and articles - as well as the opportunity to teach, serve on organization committee's and leadership, and listing on the public list of member therapists.