Dave: Parallel playing is akin to writing poetry, fragments, often disparate, are blended into a collage-like whole. In a real
Dave: There’s no town drunks here we just take turns. Sometimes it seems to me our small universes are made out
Amy: When I sat down to write this post today, I intended to write about the more “clinical” matter of anxiety.
Amy: I love this little post from Alain de Botton’s The School of Life. He talks about the importance of
Jazz musicians as family therapists: Check out this case where jazz musicians were my “consultants” to a couple in therapy. It’s just as surprising as you might imagine.
Jazz Musicians As Psychotherapists: Music can healing force. Here jazz musicians are invited to “consult” to family therapy sessions. The results have been amazing.
Amy: Here’s another thoughtful vignette from Alain de Botton’s “The School of Life.” While overly simplistic at times, Botton peers
Please enjoy this drawing by Relationship Rhythms friend, Anca Tiurean. Anca is a talented Romanian psychotherapist and socio-cultural animator. We
Amy: Here’s a rather provocative post from Alain de Botton’s “School of Life”. We were a bit ambivalent about posting
Dave: In an earlier post, Defiance in the Family: A Rebellion in the Name of Health, I described our idea