The Meet Factory in Prague

August 23, 2012 Kit Reisch 0

“I see great advantages in having an opportunity to work in an entirely new culture, the greatest of which is one’s lack of personal significance or connection to that place.  The conceptual freedom that is […] […]

Achieving Failure: Holocaused

August 23, 2012 Stanley Siegel 0

[An excerpt from The Patient Who Cured His Therapist: And Other Stories of Unconventional Therapy by Psychology Tomorrow’s Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel] ACHIEVING FAILURE What could be more relative than the notions of success or failure? We read newspaper […] […]


August 23, 2012 Aakash Nihalani 0

Aakash Nihalani is fast becoming recognized as one of the US’s most striking emerging installation artists. Celebrated for his ephemeral modifications of the urban landscape, the young Brooklyn-based tape specialist wields an abstract narrative of […] […]

Another Side of the Story

August 22, 2012 Alyssa Siegel 0

As therapists, we are taught to form a collaboration with a client free from bias; to dispel our own values, beliefs, and opinions in order to meet a client where he/she is, and to simply learn […] […]

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