psychology notes.

This site was originally created in 2009 as a virtual repository for all of the various psychology and therapy-related things (quotes, articles, videos, music, pictures) I came across both online and in my work as a psychotherapist. It has morphed into something slightly different in the past four years, and is now perhaps slightly more outward facing, but is still at heart a place for me to collect and share things related to the life of the mind.

Disclaimer: Posting something to this site does not mean that I necessarily agree with or endorse the opinions being expressed therein. All text on this site is informational and for educational purposes only. This site is not meant to be a substitute for professional mental health or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified mental health provider with any questions regarding a medical condition or mental health issue. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this site.

And please, be kind to one another.

Currently reading, and highly recommended (especially for any artists/writers out there).

Takes on, and triumphs over, the long-standing cultural myth that therapy and/or psych medications somehow hinder the creative process in individuals. It does so with essay after intelligent essay from working poets who have been in treatment of one form or another, talking about how psychiatric treatment (for everything from depression to schizophrenia) has actually helped their writing rather than hindered or lessened it in any way.

  1. fantasticalfeena reblogged this from drgigimd and added:
    Oh my goodness someone buy me this!
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    I really want to read this.
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    This looks interesting. Definitely getting a copy.
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    I’d say that Prozac would definitely help my writing process. It was like alcohol without the nauseating effects....
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    Will keep an eye out for this one!
  15. istayhighoffyourmemory reblogged this from psychotherapy and added:
    I would love to read this because I am currently doing some research on the physiology of creativity and have run across...
  16. elainesky87 reblogged this from psychotherapy and added:
    interesting :)
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    @basseyworldlive i dont kno if you’ve read this.. seems to combine two important areas for you
  21. iamtheproblem reblogged this from psychotherapy and added:
    hmmmm. apparently i can’t get it from the library. hmmmmmmmm. oh, schuler books has it. problem over!