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June 15 for the July 2021 issue and

Dec. 15 for the Jan. 2022 issue. Electronic

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President’s Letter

Out of Theory, Into Life “The world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting – over and over announcing your place in the family of things.” —Mary Oliver On the morning of August 10th, I was playing with my then 13-month-old son, Will, when my wife, Katie, came downstairs looking distraught. Her face was pale; her body was trembling. It went through my mind that she looked dissociated. I began to panic. “What’s wrong?” I quickly asked. “I just took a pregnancy test, and it was positive,” she said, [...]

January 1st, 2022|President's Letter|

Featured Interview

The World of Creativity— Scabbiolo Interviews Franco #3

Seth: The previous interviews in this series between Franco and Scabbiolo have been a World of Confusion for me, so I'm happy to have the chance to enter into this world of confusion and ask you both some questions. First of all, why is confusion important? Franco: Well, it's terribly important to overcome the fear of confusion because we have the tendency to look for certainties, to look for knowledge, to look for elements to immediately make things crystal clear—what Descartes was calling, “clear and distinct ideas,” as it were. And that of course is an illusion, because in [...]

January 1st, 2022|Feature Interview|

On Making Art: A Conversation Between Terry Hanson and Peter Hopkins (part 2)

The following is the second part of a conversation between Terry Hanson and Peter Hopkins on art and the influence of the artistic process on their work as therapists. The discussion left off last time with Peter talking about the feeling of failing that can sometimes happen while painting, and the role that the superego can play in impeding the artistic process. Terry: I wonder if the feeling that you described when you’re painting, that the painting is in some way failing, is actually your superego defense against something. That you are in fact in an area of risk, [...]

January 1st, 2022|Feature Interview|

Beginner’s Mind

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