Psychotherapy and the Arts
A newsletter collaboration of Div. 32 and Div. 10
The Psychotherapy and the Arts editorial team is delighted to reintroduce the newsletter as a collaboration between Divs. 10 and 32.
Profiles in Psychotherapy the Arts
- Introducing new members
Mary Gregerson, PhD, is a new member of Div. 32 and of the Psychotherapy and the Arts special interest area.
By Mary Gregerson, PhD
- News from our members
Learn more about the activities, initiatives and projects your colleagues are working on.
- News from our Elder Bard
Norman Molesko shares his poetry and news about his upcoming book.
By Norman Molesko
- Ilene Serlin, PhD, writes about and practices dance therapy to promote well-being
Ilene Serlin co-wrote a chapter of a new book about dance and well-being and practices dance therapy with Syrian refugees.
By Ilene Serlin, PhD
- Jana Rivers-Norton, PhD, has writing featured in readings, publishing
Jana Rivers-Norton reports on an AZ-Humanities Organization book reading and news about her upcoming book about healing mother-daughter relationships.
By Jana Rivers-Norton, PhD
- Camilo Villanueva shares transpersonal paintings
Camilo Villanueva, an artist in Buenos Aires, provides a representation of the field of transpersonal art.
By Camilo Villaneuva
- Wise words from The Bard of Humanistic Psychology
Original poetry from Tom Greening on aging, life and self-reflection.
By Tom Greening
- Creative Connecting Program supports couples with dementia
Heather Hill, PhD, developed the Creative Connecting Program to assist couples in which one partner has dementia.
By Heather Hill, PhD
- Mini opera Ororborium explores evolution of human consciousness
Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD, collaborated with composer Jonathan Dawe on a mini opera.
By Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD
- Larry Graber reports on clinical hypnosis and creative arts therapies
Larry Graber discusses his latest work to develop a whole person approach to healing trauma.
By Larry Graber
News and Updates
- India's first emotional awareness artist residency and archive for research in archetypal symbolism
Artists, writers, musicians, dancers, educators and creative practitioners are invited to attend India’s first emotional awareness residency.