Moving therapy from the couch to the water, Float On transforms clients through the healing experience of sensory-deprived floatation. Marshall Hammond explains why taking to the warm, salt-concentrated water has caused thousands of people’s ailments to float away.
Moving therapy from the couch to the water, Float On transforms clients through the healing experience of sensory-deprived floatation. Marshall Hammond explains why taking to the warm, salt-concentrated water has caused thousands of people’s ailments to float away.
"We deserve to be free from the tyranny of normal," writes Ben Peck, who deftly traces the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) from its inception as a military tool to its pervasive use today, framing eccentric personality as dysfunction.
"We deserve to be free from the tyranny of normal," writes Ben Peck, who deftly traces the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) from its inception as a military tool to its pervasive use today, framing eccentric personality as dysfunction.
Artist Nancy Marks has brilliantly crafted work that celebrates the personal artifact as an extension of a person, immortalizing those who have passed away through the objects they either used every day or cherished throughout their lives.
Artist Nancy Marks has brilliantly crafted work that celebrates the personal artifact as an extension of a person, immortalizing those who have passed away through the objects they either used every day or cherished throughout their lives.
Columnist Dr. Velleda Ceccoli immerses us in the dazzling Venice Biennale, which included a choreographed piece inspired by 18th century Venetian painter Giovanni Tiepolo’s iconic work, Mondo Novo (New World).
Columnist Dr. Velleda Ceccoli immerses us in the dazzling Venice Biennale, which included a choreographed piece inspired by 18th century Venetian painter Giovanni Tiepolo’s iconic work, Mondo Novo (New World).
Is anger ever the answer, or is it only an obstacle to love? Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel investigates our cultural fear of anger, offering us insight into why acts of rage are as essential as acts of romance, and reminding us that by forfeiting anger, we risk a harmful imbalance within ourselves and society.
Is anger ever the answer, or is it only an obstacle to love? Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel investigates our cultural fear of anger, offering us insight into why acts of rage are as essential as acts of romance, and reminding us that by forfeiting anger, we risk a harmful imbalance within ourselves and society.
What if reading literature weren't only pleasurable, but also an act of therapy? In her interview with Lucy Horner, author of Tolstoy Therapy: A Fiction Prescription, novelist Tracy Shawn reveals to us the unexpected psychological benefits of absorbing ourselves in the world of fiction.
What if reading literature weren't only pleasurable, but also an act of therapy? In her interview with Lucy Horner, author of Tolstoy Therapy: A Fiction Prescription, novelist Tracy Shawn reveals to us the unexpected psychological benefits of absorbing ourselves in the world of fiction.
From her space in Brooklyn, New York, artist Jess Underwood creates layered, symbolic compositions reflecting both the representational and abstract traditions. Her use of animal forms, color, and multidimensionality serves as a kind of imagistic reference to the innate spirituality of her work.
From her space in Brooklyn, New York, artist Jess Underwood creates layered, symbolic compositions reflecting both the representational and abstract traditions. Her use of animal forms, color, and multidimensionality serves as a kind of imagistic reference to the innate spirituality of her work.
Why is the word "psychic" fraught with controversy, when the practice of perceiving energy can be traced back to every culture throughout history? Adam Neal interviews bestselling author and psychic Litany Burns, enlightening us about how psychic abilities can benefit anyone as practical tools for daily life.
Why is the word "psychic" fraught with controversy, when the practice of perceiving energy can be traced back to every culture throughout history? Adam Neal interviews bestselling author and psychic Litany Burns, enlightening us about how psychic abilities can benefit anyone as practical tools for daily life.
Following the untimely death of her beloved husband, Suzanne Montalalou was left with two young children and an indelible scar on her soul. The tumultuous period would leave her grasping for the best possible therapy to keep herself and her family afloat.
Following the untimely death of her beloved husband, Suzanne Montalalou was left with two young children and an indelible scar on her soul. The tumultuous period would leave her grasping for the best possible therapy to keep herself and her family afloat.
In practice for nearly two decades, hypnotherapist Brian Green conveys the unmistakable healing benefits of hypnosis and regression. Green shares with us his most remarkable cases, from healing traumatic injury to evaporating life-long pain within a few sessions.
In practice for nearly two decades, hypnotherapist Brian Green conveys the unmistakable healing benefits of hypnosis and regression. Green shares with us his most remarkable cases, from healing traumatic injury to evaporating life-long pain within a few sessions.
Combining her visual artistry with a background in medicine, Alari poises herself at the fulcrum of fantasy and anatomy, engaging her imaginative flair with a stunning attention to the accuracy of her subjects.
Combining her visual artistry with a background in medicine, Alari poises herself at the fulcrum of fantasy and anatomy, engaging her imaginative flair with a stunning attention to the accuracy of her subjects.
Israeli-born Giora Carmi, now an art therapist in New York, explores his evolution of a method called “Intuitive Flow,” borne of his experience with clients achieving life-changing insight through the creation and observation of visual artwork.
Israeli-born Giora Carmi, now an art therapist in New York, explores his evolution of a method called “Intuitive Flow,” borne of his experience with clients achieving life-changing insight through the creation and observation of visual artwork.
How would you define a "radical" in society? Therapist and regular columnist Alyssa Siegel asks us to consider this concept, and asks herself how counseling those with radical opinions, lifestyles, or personalities must account for both her own personal biases and the necessity of providing beneficial, objective feedback.
How would you define a "radical" in society? Therapist and regular columnist Alyssa Siegel asks us to consider this concept, and asks herself how counseling those with radical opinions, lifestyles, or personalities must account for both her own personal biases and the necessity of providing beneficial, objective feedback.
Award-winning poet Ellen Bass explores the experiences of witnessing and intervening in the lives of those around us, ultimately reminding us of our shared humanity.
Award-winning poet Ellen Bass explores the experiences of witnessing and intervening in the lives of those around us, ultimately reminding us of our shared humanity.
Through his partnership with NASA, Director and composer Kenji Williams has brought audiences to the brink of space and beyond. In StarJAM, Williams takes his art another step further, creating a live musical conversation between the earth and outer space.
Through his partnership with NASA, Director and composer Kenji Williams has brought audiences to the brink of space and beyond. In StarJAM, Williams takes his art another step further, creating a live musical conversation between the earth and outer space.
Psychospiritual educators Georgi Y. Johnson and Bart Ten Berge elucidate our understanding of trauma through the story of Sam, a little boy who suffered the tragic death of his younger sister.
Psychospiritual educators Georgi Y. Johnson and Bart Ten Berge elucidate our understanding of trauma through the story of Sam, a little boy who suffered the tragic death of his younger sister.
A victim of a violent sexual assault at 21-years-old in her native Colombia, Natalia Velez Santos knows the meaning of a life undone by trauma. After unsuccessful rounds of therapy with multiple practitioners, she was recommended a surprising alternative to heal her pain: Become a cat owner.
A victim of a violent sexual assault at 21-years-old in her native Colombia, Natalia Velez Santos knows the meaning of a life undone by trauma. After unsuccessful rounds of therapy with multiple practitioners, she was recommended a surprising alternative to heal her pain: Become a cat owner.

Books By Contributing Authors & Artists

Hush Hush and Other Veneers
by Alexandra Dell'Amore
Your Brain on Sex
by Stanley Siegel
Blue Hanuman
by Joan Larkin
Focalizing Dynamic Links
by Michael Picucci and Barry Lipscomb
In Bed with Gore Vidal
by Tim Teeman
Bad Behavior
by Bill Hayward
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