THE SELF IN PERFORMANCE: Autobiographical, Self-Revelatory, & Auto-Ethnographic Forms Of Therapeutic Theatre Susana Pendzik, Renee Emunah, And David Johnson, Co-Editors Autobiographical Therapeutic Performance as Individual Therapy by Armand Volkas A woman reclaims her power and self-love in the face of an absent father, ‘taming the wolf’’ within her that threatens to devour her self-esteem. A man […]
by Nadia Ashjaee, Psychotherapist and Expressive Arts Therapist.
Do you spend most of your day worrying?
Do you feel isolated or disconnected?
Is anxiety taking energy away from other activities?
Anxiety feels fast. A string of worried thoughts beads together until it wraps around your throat. Breathing becomes harder. Your heart pounds. You’re not sure if you can see straight. There might be a loud message on repeat, saying, “I can’t do this.”