Trauma’s Labyrinth

7 Feb

I am so in love with this blog. The author is a “mental health scholar” with a fancy-pants PhD from Stanford AND she’s an interning psychotherapist, so her writing is informed from both a theoretical and practical perspective (yaye praxis!). If, like me, you are interested in the relationship between mental illness and creativity, or if, also like me, you are fascinated with intergenerational trauma, I am confident you will dig this site. Added bonus: she loooooooves Carl Jung.


2 Responses to “Trauma’s Labyrinth”

  1. Laura K Kerr February 8, 2013 at 3:05 am #

    Thanks so much for your gracious endorsement, although I feel compelled to point out I am still a psychotherapy intern (completed over two-thirds of my training and loving the work).

    I like your website too — informative AND beautiful!

    • evewc18 February 8, 2013 at 7:46 pm #

      My apologies–I fixed it. Thanks so much. I look forward to following your work.

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