Filmmaker Katy Kavanaugh offers an enthralling look at Finding Felix, which documents the effect of foreign films on the way children formulate their identity by integrating specific audiovisual memories.
Filmmaker Katy Kavanaugh offers an enthralling look at Finding Felix, which documents the effect of foreign films on the way children formulate their identity by integrating specific audiovisual memories.
Rozzell and Roderick Sykes, two artists from Los Angeles, saw a need and changed their community. Kimberly Lieu ventures with us to St. Elmo Village, a cooperative art space which has been changing young people's lives for 45 years.
Rozzell and Roderick Sykes, two artists from Los Angeles, saw a need and changed their community. Kimberly Lieu ventures with us to St. Elmo Village, a cooperative art space which has been changing young people's lives for 45 years.
Artist Britta Kwamya highlights a time in her childhood fraught with familial upheaval, touching on themes of loneliness and empty spaces.
Artist Britta Kwamya highlights a time in her childhood fraught with familial upheaval, touching on themes of loneliness and empty spaces.
"There is much wonderment in the way children approach their bodies and move," notes Dr. Velleda Ceccoli, focusing our attention back to the most basic impetus of childhood development -- movement.
"There is much wonderment in the way children approach their bodies and move," notes Dr. Velleda Ceccoli, focusing our attention back to the most basic impetus of childhood development -- movement.
Childhood is prized as a time of innocence, but early sexual experiences can frame the development of one's desires for a lifetime. Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel explores how our sexual code develops from child's play to romance.
Childhood is prized as a time of innocence, but early sexual experiences can frame the development of one's desires for a lifetime. Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel explores how our sexual code develops from child's play to romance.
"I'm a Voodoo priestess!" announces a goth-clad teen to her religious mother, sending out waves of angst. Therapist Amanda Gregory delves into the world of the self-proclaimed heretic, revealing an often less-than-mysterious conclusion.
"I'm a Voodoo priestess!" announces a goth-clad teen to her religious mother, sending out waves of angst. Therapist Amanda Gregory delves into the world of the self-proclaimed heretic, revealing an often less-than-mysterious conclusion.
David Jacobs paints and sculpts easily recognizable subjects to explore how different cultures interpret the same information, encouraging the viewer to create their own narrative.
David Jacobs paints and sculpts easily recognizable subjects to explore how different cultures interpret the same information, encouraging the viewer to create their own narrative.
Alternative Therapists Directory member Amber Adams has focused her work as a Feldenkrais practitioner on numerous children, often with life-altering results. Here, Adams illuminates an essential component to childhood growth -- the "Self."
Alternative Therapists Directory member Amber Adams has focused her work as a Feldenkrais practitioner on numerous children, often with life-altering results. Here, Adams illuminates an essential component to childhood growth -- the "Self."
Born in 1945 at the climax of U.S. racial paranoia during WWII, Japanese-American writer and artist Rosemary Ishii MacConnell spent many of her formative years at a camp quite different from those of most other children.
Born in 1945 at the climax of U.S. racial paranoia during WWII, Japanese-American writer and artist Rosemary Ishii MacConnell spent many of her formative years at a camp quite different from those of most other children.
"Conversion" or "Reparative" Therapy held an ominous spotlight recently, when Psychology Today defended such practitioners in their popular directory. Associate Editor Adam A. Neal responds, along with many of our Alternative Therapists Directory members.
"Conversion" or "Reparative" Therapy held an ominous spotlight recently, when Psychology Today defended such practitioners in their popular directory. Associate Editor Adam A. Neal responds, along with many of our Alternative Therapists Directory members.
Arlen Schumer illustrates a Duke University article on neuroscience and the biological basis of personalities, translating dry research into vivid comics that anyone can understand.
Arlen Schumer illustrates a Duke University article on neuroscience and the biological basis of personalities, translating dry research into vivid comics that anyone can understand.
Mainstream society may continue to prize the two-parent family over perceived "dysfunctional" alternatives, but Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel explores how much remains to be learned about children raised well in unconventional family structures.
Mainstream society may continue to prize the two-parent family over perceived "dysfunctional" alternatives, but Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel explores how much remains to be learned about children raised well in unconventional family structures.
In this important exploration of ADHD, therapist Alyssa Siegel analyzes the pervasive childhood "epidemic" through the most personal lens: her son.
In this important exploration of ADHD, therapist Alyssa Siegel analyzes the pervasive childhood "epidemic" through the most personal lens: her son.
Psychic Medium Thomas John has read for celebrities, enthusiasts, skeptics, and the bereaved alike. In his new book, Never Argue with a Dead Person, he describes one supermarket visit that resulted in his connecting a deceased young boy with his still-grieving mother.
Psychic Medium Thomas John has read for celebrities, enthusiasts, skeptics, and the bereaved alike. In his new book, Never Argue with a Dead Person, he describes one supermarket visit that resulted in his connecting a deceased young boy with his still-grieving mother.
Children are powerless under their parents. Through her illustrations, artist Boeeuen Choo examines what people do not want to talk about or look away from.
Children are powerless under their parents. Through her illustrations, artist Boeeuen Choo examines what people do not want to talk about or look away from.
Rosemary Ishii MacConnell’s studio is in her home situated in the high ridges and peaks of Marin County, California. Like her life, her work sits between two worlds, with cultural references to both.
Rosemary Ishii MacConnell’s studio is in her home situated in the high ridges and peaks of Marin County, California. Like her life, her work sits between two worlds, with cultural references to both.
"To be a happy, successful, worthwhile, independent person, I had to be thin," confesses Australian-born Kathryn Stumpf, exposing the gritty truth of her decades-long fight with an immobilizing eating disorder.
"To be a happy, successful, worthwhile, independent person, I had to be thin," confesses Australian-born Kathryn Stumpf, exposing the gritty truth of her decades-long fight with an immobilizing eating disorder.

Books By Contributing Authors & Artists

Never Argue With a Dead Person
by Thomas John
Your Brain on Sex
by Stanley Siegel
The Silver Age of Comic Book Art
by Arlen Schumer
Focalizing Dynamic Links
by Michael Picucci and Barry Lipscomb
Art From Dreams
by Susan Levin
Bad Behavior
by Bill Hayward
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