Gender roles are in flux in a good way, so that we all have access to archetypes related to human attributes that have been divided up by traditional sex roles. Psychologists believed for much of the 20th century that mental health required fidelity to traditional sex roles, which often, when viewed in archetypal terms, meant Warrior and Explorer…Continue
Added by Carol S. Pearson on February 27, 2018 at 10:32am — No Comments
Sandplay therapist, Judy Zappacosta, MFT, first became interested in the Black Madonna at a suggestion from Dora Kalff, founder of Sandplay therapy, to visit one of the mysterious iconic figures in Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Zappacosta was immediately drawn into the “silence and dark interiority of the Black Madonna,…Continue
The Herculean amount of syllabus that the students need to complete for their coursework as well as the hectic and busy life that they lead leaves them with very little time as well as enthusiasm to complete their numerous assignments as well as essays within the stipulated deadline prescribed to them by their respective educational institutions. Students, therefore, often take the assistance of the various service providers like “…Continue
Added by Adam Hebrew on February 22, 2018 at 10:13pm — No Comments
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Jungian analyst, Robert Johnson’s work on “Living your Unlived Life “has been deeply inspirational to Heather Beck, author of “Take the Leap: Do What You Love 15 Minutes a Day and Create the Life of Your Dreams.” Beck is also earning a Ph.D. in the Somatic Studies program at…Continue
Added by Bonnie Bright on February 22, 2018 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Carl Jung’s body of work has set into motion a scientific revolution on the order of Copernicus. While many mainstream academic psychologists and mainstream intellectuals dismiss Jung and his work as regressive and…Continue
Added by James Newell on February 16, 2018 at 5:30pm — No Comments
As a cultural historian, Kayleen Asbo has crafted a fascinating career by weaving together mythology, depth psychology, music, literature, and women’s studies. The work of bringing together so many different fields stems from her burning passion and desire to create something that is truly unique. Her love of music, along with what she calls her “medieval…Continue
Added by Bonnie Bright on February 13, 2018 at 8:30pm — No Comments
The most profitable film genre in America today offers horror, as does television: These include narratives about the apocalypse, ghosts, zombies, and vampires.
Why do we like them, and what are they telling us?
Given nuclear proliferation, terrorism, and climate change, it is no surprise that people are drawn to movies about the apocalypse.…Continue
Added by Carol S. Pearson on February 9, 2018 at 9:09am — No Comments
As a psychology teacher, there are a tonne of interesting and complex concepts you’ll try and convey to your students in every lesson. Some of these concepts can be long-winded, overwhelming and sometimes just plain difficult to explain simply by talking or explaining to your students via word of mouth or scribblings on the whiteboard. Fortunately, there is a vast wealth of resources, websites and apps available online at your disposal, giving you the confidence and information you need to…Continue
Added by Jennifer Scott on February 5, 2018 at 7:45am — No Comments
Filmgoers may have laughingly dismissed Godzilla, the Teenage Werewolf, and The Creature from the Black Lagoon in the 1950’s, but nobody laughs at the real-life monsters we see on television every day in the form of terrorists, genocidal dictators, and political leaders who incite divisiveness and spout nuclear threats. We get it.…Continue
Added by Jean Raffa on February 1, 2018 at 6:34pm — No Comments