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Relatable Empathy: Teaching Empathy Through Body-Based Movement Groups

https://www.psychologyarts.com/topics/relatable-empathy-teaching-empathy-through-body-based-movement-groups

Finding a “New Normal” with Archetypes & Expressive Arts Therapies Copy

https://psychologyarts.com/topics/finding-a-new-normal-with-archetypes-and-expressive-arts-therapies

Treat Yourself: The Importance of Putting Yourself First & Self Care

If I asked whether you were the victim of childhood emotional neglect (CEN), would you know how to answer? Probably not. CEN is often misunderstood and therefor, misdiagnosed.Childhood emotional neglect means an individual was not provided the emotional support from parents and other adults that is required to grow up to be a confident person with a healthy self-esteem. Though...[ read more ]

Are the “5 Stages of Grief” Real?

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance: these are the very well-known five stages of grief, as postulated by Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book On Death and Dying. At the time of the book’s publication, very little instruction was given in medical school on the subject of death and dying, which was what motivated Kübler-Ross to share her findings in her work with terminally...[ read more ]

What Causes Insomnia? 15 Key Culprits

If you’re someone who spends most of the night tossing and turning and checking the time on the clock, you’re definitely not alone. According to the National Institutes of Health, close to 20% of Americans suffer from some kind of sleep disorder. That’s a lot of people walking around cranky and groggy!Symptoms of InsomniaPeople troubled by insomnia experience difficulty falling...[ read more ]

#MeToo and The Rise of the Victim Archetype

The stats are staggering, 1 in4 women, 1 in 6 men. This is nothing new, what is new is the changing culture and the coming of age of the #MeToo movement. Victims are coming forward and being heard.  And its not stopping. As an Archetype, the Victim is all about personal empowerment.  According to Caroline Myss in her brilliant book...[ read more ]

Sand Tray Therapy: Expressing More Than Words

Many of us have early childhood memories of making sand castles at the beach, or playing in a sandbox at the park playground. That peaceful memory of being alone in your thoughts as you mold the sand and create something unique is a clue to the effectiveness of sand tray therapy as a therapeutic tool.Although sand tray therapy is very...[ read more ]



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