The Old Country

May 13, 2016 Anonymous 0

Family habits are hard to quit. Cycles move through us and are passed down; we all carry our own portion of psychological damage, the inherited limitations that shape our existence. Our individual share of what […]

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

August 3, 2014 admin 0

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 […] […]

The Cuddler

May 31, 2014 Anonymous 0

Yes, I Paid a Woman to Cuddle With Me In my mind’s eye, I am backstage behind a curtain while Oprah tells her studio audience they are about to meet a man who paid a […] […]

Sheri Heller, LCSW – Let the Phoenix Rise!

May 15, 2014 Editor 0

Rev. Sheri Heller, LCSW (Psychology Tomorrow Blog) is the creator of the Sistah Tribe-Phoenix Project, a therapeutic theater event consisting of performance, debriefing and comprehensive workshops designed to inspire and encourage healing for at-risk underserved […]

Tracy Shawn – Why a Novel About Anxiety?

February 15, 2014 Editor 0

Years ago, I was sitting alongside other budding novelists in an ongoing writing class, rapt attention on the much-revered teacher. She asked each of us to share what our novels-in-progress were about. Trying to the […]

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