Lucila Nerenberg, M.D.
Clinical Instructor
Faculty, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan.
Tel: (313) 930-0201, ext 57.
Chelsea Arbor Treatment Center
900 Victor's Way, Suite 310
Ann Arbor, MI, 48104



If you are interested in the First Year Seminar Medicine, Culture and Creativity, please ask your academic advisor or CRISP directly. The Winter '98 term is listed as University Course 151.004.
This course includes active discussion of health challenges and cultural strengths for African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans and Latinos/as.





If you are interested in the Migrant Farmworker course of Spring/Summer '98, please email my secretary at:


This is a 3 credit course (Psychology xxx) that will include theory and practicum on farms and agencies in Lenawee county (less than an hour southwest of Ann Arbor). Outreach clinics and services are in a Peace-Corps-like setting and done mostly in Spanish, on the farms where the farmworkers live. Knowledge of Spanish or experience working with underserved populations is an advantage, but is not obligatory. The Spring course is a prerequesite to the summer course, with possible exceptions on an individual basis.


If you are interested in setting up an internship, please check with your own department first, then contact me at :