How Anger Can Heal Us

August 3, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

Anger, generally considered the most forbidden and primal of all emotions, is more accurately the most complex, nuanced, and misunderstood, particularly by mental health professionals. Anger has positive psychological and social purposes that range from […] […]

The Healing Power of Fiction

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Interview with: Lucy Horner, author of Tolstoy Therapy: A Fiction Prescription Q: Your book, Tolstoy Therapy: A Fiction Prescription, is a beautiful narration of both your own and other people’s healing experiences through the technique […] […]

Bird in the Wall and Others

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Bio I was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1989 and spent an influential chunk of my childhood in Southeast Asia. A big turning point for me was living in Jakarta, Indonesia and being evacuated to […] […]

Family Mirror

August 3, 2014 Suzanne Montalalou 0

After my husband passed away twelve years ago, I knew I needed help. I was left alone to raise two children who were five and seven years old. I began counseling to help me work […] […]

Slowly we unfurl

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Gaia Alari, also known as Marie-Esther, is an entirely self-taught artist from Milan, Italy. Since 2009, she has dedicated her free time away from her medical studies and work to improve her skills in the field of […] […]

Intuitive Flow Through Artwork

August 3, 2014 Giora Carmi 0

In 2002, I went back to school for Art Therapy at NYU. I immediately saw that basing art therapy on psychoanalysis, which is the common practice, was a mistake. Psychoanalysis is basically a thinking system. […] […]

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