Depth Psychology and the Creative Arts: Theater, Therapy, Individuation

Lisa Schouw, a clinical psychotherapist, singer/songwriter, theater maker, and singing teacher, began her formal study as a depth psychotherapist later in life when she was nearly 50, after discovering Pacifica Graduate Institute and pursuing her Master’s degree in the Engaged Humanities and the Creative Arts program there.
Perhaps one of the most profound ways Schouw is integrating depth psychology into creative practice is through what she calls “theater of testimony,” the creation of a theatrical piece which arises from the gathering of “real people’s stories” portrayed in conjunction with some current aspect of social or cultural issues.

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