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 […] […]

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 […] […]

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. […] […]

Radical Therapy

August 3, 2014 Alyssa Siegel 0

I was taught that as a counselor, I should never let my personal values enter into therapy. To maintain a veil of neutrality. The idea behind this approach is, for the most part, sound. We […] […]

Phone Therapy and Other Poems

August 3, 2014 Ellen Bass 0

We’re delighted to feature in this issue four poems by the award-winning poet Ellen Bass. In the below bouquet of poems, Bass explores the experiences of witnessing and intervening in the lives of those around […]

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