Ten Tips for Blogging About Dissociative Identity Disorder

Originally posted on Art by Rob Goldstein:
? 10 Tips for Blogging with DID The thing about triggers is they don’t have to have any obvious connection to anything. Something as mundane as finding that I’ve followed someone I don’t remember can unsettle me for days. It’s not uncommon for me to find comments about…

Art as therapy in Samoa

On the South Pacific Island nation of Samoa, twenty minutes drive from the capital city Apia, is the Tiapapata Art Centre. Perched on a hillside and surrounded by jungle, it is here where victims of abuse learn to express themselves through art classes in drawing, pottery and woodblock as part of an ongoing art […] via… Continue reading Art as therapy in Samoa

From another Blogger

So what is Art Therapy … exactly? Well according to my google search art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Art therapy can comprise of sculpture, painting, drawing or anything else artistic which comes to mind. I […]… Continue reading From another Blogger

License to Hate: Understanding Racist States of Mind

​LICENSE TO HATE: UNDERSTANDING RACIST STATES OF MIND Guest Speaker: Narendra Keval Adult and adolescent psychotherapist and consultant clinical psychologist Thursday 6 October 2016 (6.30pm ‐ 8.30pm) 
Fee: £25 (£15 concessions ‐ students, unwaged, Trust staff) Venue: Tavistock Centre, London The provocative use of immigration issues in the recent British referendum has provided fertile ground… Continue reading License to Hate: Understanding Racist States of Mind