Taming Worry Dragons: Engaging Imagination To Treat Anxiety

By Dr. Sandra Clark, Psychologist I have been working with anxious children and teens for over 20 years and have been impressed with how well they use their imaginations both in maintaining anxiety and in reducing it! The power of imagination, use of metaphor, heroic quests, story telling, and play are essential to helping anxious […]

Tell Stories And Unleash The Drama

Using Dramatic Participatory Processes By Gregory Lendvay, PhD Magical teachers are storytellers! I learned that from an old man that I lived next to as a young child. He set up activities in his garage so that I could join in making things and repairing objects that were broken. He put hand tools on a […]