For Inquiring Minds


Body of Art, founded by Amy Olson in 2018, is a Movement Based Expressive Arts practice providing experiences fusing movement, visual and written arts. The approach is based on the idea that we are all artists, given the proper environment, and by engaging in the arts we become REAL, in the sense that we live a more embodied, poetic and joyful existence. This link will direct you to a site that DOES NOT provide psychotherapy services.

AAPCSW promotes psychoanalytic education, advances clinical social work, facilitates the production and dissemination of knowledge, and advocates for high standards of practice.

Established in 1985, the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp) is today well recognized for its excellence in providing first-quality education and high-level training standards to an international multidisciplinary group of various healthcare treatment providers and helping professions, who treat the full spectrum of eating disorder problems.

Supports people of all sizes in addressing health directly by adopting healthy behaviors. It is an inclusive movement, recognizing that our social characteristics, such as our size, race, national origin, sexuality, gender, disability status, and other attributes, are assets, and acknowledges and challenges the structural and systemic forces that impinge on living well.

Numerous clearly written resources about what psychodynamic psychotherapy is and isn't, and the evidence of its efficacy.

 C. G. Jung’s deep psychological insights and Marion Woodman’s passionate commitment to articulating the sacred feminine and bringing embodied consciousness into our lives.

A website dedicated to pre-eminent figure in British psychoanalysis, Donald Winnicott (1896-1971),  recognized internationally for his contributions to the understanding of psychological development, from infancy to maturity.