Thursday on Lake Effect: Integrative Psychiatry, 'The Drowning Girls', Ancient Brewing Techniques
Thursday on Lake Effect:
A local professor helps teachers integrate local issues into the classroom. Later, a New Berlin psychiatrist explains how - and why - she integrates practices from Western medicine and other traditions. Then, the peculiar, logistical concerns of Renaissance Theaterwork’s season opener recounts the story of England’s infamous “Brides in the Bath” murders. And we’ll get a preview of one of the frothier events at this weekend’s Wisconsin Science Festival.
- Lynn Woehrle, professor, Mount Mary University; Rachel Morello, WUWM education reporter
- Dr. Aruna Tummala, integrative psychiatrist
- Suzie Dueker, Elyse Edelman, and Marcee Doherty-Elst, actors; Mallory Metoxen, director, The Drowning Girls
- Bettina Arnold, professor, UWM; Josh Driscoll, PhD candidate, UWM; Chad Sheridan, lead cellar-man, Lakefront Brewery