While Psychiatry Slept: Reawakening the Imagination in Therapy

This book has been written by psychiatrist Dr. George Mecouch. The publishers say: “Where has the imagination gone in current psychiatric practice? While Psychiatry Slept dares to ask this question. It challenges psychiatry’s literalistic theories and demonstrates how the imagination is always revealing…
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William Blake: Biography offers glimpse into artist and poet’s visionary mind

“The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself.”William Blake Paul Glynn, writing for the BBC says: “One day in 1801, when William Blake was living on the Sussex coast, he went on a long country walk when he got into…
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Into the Woods and Out Again

Into the Woods and Out Again: A Memoir of Love, Madness, and Transformation , by Dina Glouberman (June 2018). The publishers say: “1971 was the year Dina Glouberman went mad. Now, for the first time, Dr Dina Glouberman, renowned psychotherapist and author, co-founder of the world famous Skyros Holidays, creator of Imagework therapy,…
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