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Find your stride with Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
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Anxiety is both a common and an important experience to acknowledge, especially for actors.
Psychoanalysis has contributed greatly to our understanding of our psyche over the past 130 years. But it’s time for a 2020 update.
Giving our community members the gift of certainty during this giving (and uncertain) season.
WILA offers a 10-week support group for women who have experienced sexual trauma.
Some reflections on the new forms of connection through social distancing
Sometimes the capacity for hope seems to depend on human ability to discover our way in life.
Quarantine has stimulated food issues in a primal way. We are grabbing for more because we feel deprived.
The therapeutic process as a model for allyship
The new teletherapy services offered during social distancing and covid-19 create new landscapes for emotional attunement.
In these uncertain times, we at WILA want to provide you with the comfort of your psychoanalytic horoscope!
As many therapists begin to “see” patients from home during covid-19, the new virtual spaces of therapy give way to new self-disclosures.