Kathryn Stumpf – Closed for Business

November 24, 2014 Editor 1

Depression, for me, is like a vacancy. An absence of thought and emotion, of concern, ambition and desire. There’s a ‘Closed’ sign dangling in front of my eyes and no saying how long I’ll be […]

Rachel M. Walls – Poetic Healing

November 6, 2014 Editor 0

My first poem just sort of came to me. I had no idea, at the time, the impact it would have on my life. During a warm summer evening in Barcelona, I encountered a woman—the most […]

Exploring psychoanalysis with The Zurich Lab

September 15, 2014 psychology 0

On Friday, September 5th and Saturday September 6th, Psychology Tomorrow Magazine joined hands with The Zurich Lab for some fantastic discussions. The workshops were led by Jakob Lusensky, a jungian psychoanalyst-in-training with a private practice in Berlin, Germany, and […]

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