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Expressive Arts Therapy & Complex Mental Health

Expressive Arts Therapy Expressive Arts Therapy is a form of therapy that utilizes and embraces the energy of the arts in its many forms. It provides an inroad to understanding ourselves from a subconscious and intuitive place. With the guidance … Continue reading →

An Introduction to ACT

Today, we have a guest post from our PMVC member Dr. Jennifer Barbera. In this post, Dr. Barbera gives us an introduction to ACT – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We would like to thank Dr. Barbera for contributing to the … Continue reading →

7 Signs of Unhealthy Anxiety

Anxiety is a natural response to the environment when there is real danger. When anxiety happens without any crisis or emergency, it can lead to much distress.  How do you know when anxiety may be unhealthy? Our PM clinician Trish … Continue reading →

The Writer’s License

Foreword by the Editor of the Psychotherapy Matters Blog: Dr. Steingart contributed this post after writing it for a course that he took at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies on Creative Non-Fiction taught by Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall.  Psychiatrists rarely–if ever–admit to … Continue reading →