Mujeres que salen de los brazos de sus hombres.

– Pintura de Max Liebermaan “Samson und Delilah” – Hace mucho que no escribo en mi lengua, hace mucho que no leo en mi lengua. Y hoy por casualidad, por pura casualidad virtual y moderna me he topado con un viejo amigo, Bihotz, Salva. He encontrado online sus artículos y he podido leer en miSigue leyendo “Mujeres que salen de los brazos de sus hombres.”

9 months ago

It has been 9 months without words. Complete silence. Just work, pushing hard, jumping the precipice from the student life to the working life. No words. Only work. And decisions. I have been half year on the air. Ipsy-Intercultural Psychiatry’s Arts Therapy Department opened its doors to me in the summer. Suzie Mar and Martine. AnSigue leyendo “9 months ago”

You need yourself. Providing mental health services to refugees is life-saving.

Not only house and food is needed. You also need yourself, yourself in a good state in order to start a new life. Providing mental health services to refugees is life-saving, says Melanie Megevand, the International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) women’s protection and empowerment co-ordinator in Jordan. She argues that these services should be treated asSigue leyendo “You need yourself. Providing mental health services to refugees is life-saving.”

My first session of Dance therapy with people diagnosed with Depression

Enthousiasm of beginner. I wrote everything down. Initial plan. What happened. Everything. I will not do this with every session.  I guess in the beginning everybody is enthousiast and writes everything down. However is impossible. And not necessary. Well. Here I explain my first session with people that come for a day treatment with the diganosis ofSigue leyendo “My first session of Dance therapy with people diagnosed with Depression”

A session of Dance therapy in colours: Painting my patients as a way of keeping notes.

Yes I do Dance Therapy. Another way of approaching our inside. Through movement. And I sometimes use some other medium to write my reports after the session. Colours. Words are slowlier. Lines and colours express faster. To me. And I just found this two pictures I did in the beginning of my internship and ISigue leyendo “A session of Dance therapy in colours: Painting my patients as a way of keeping notes.”

Where is the mind? Reflection after seeing a japanese psychiatric medication advert of 1970

This is a Japan advertising of 1970 for a psychiatric medication. I like it because the BODY appears on it. Not only the HEAD. If you type “Psychiatric” word, most of the images will show basically the head, the brain. Psyche is in the brain. We only think with your heads. Well I don’t believe so. ISigue leyendo “Where is the mind? Reflection after seeing a japanese psychiatric medication advert of 1970”