Healing Magic: Comic images, Fractals, Synchronicity, and Neuroscience This event has passed. Monday, October 24, 2022 at 2 pm ET Convert to your timezone here Register now for the free webinar… If you can’t attend this event live, all who register will receive a 48hr-active link to watch the recording. Healing Magic: Comic images, Fractals, Synchronicity, and Neuroscience Art often expresses more than what words can say, making them a powerful tool for healing. In their newly published book, The Eel & the Blowfish: A Graphic Novel of Dreams, Trauma and Healing, the teachers of this webinar explore a psychotherapeutic journey of discovery. In this talk, they show how, with the help of images, the analysis of dreams and transference helps to work through emotional issues. This seminar presents an alternative approach to healing through images. They can offer an aesthetic distance that softens the pang of difficult topics and speak a language that words cannot. Who is this seminar intended for? All are welcome. Psychotherapists, somatic practitioners, yoga and psychology teachers, other kinds of clinicians, trauma sufferers may find particular value. Enter Your Details to Register: Once you have registered, you will be sent an email confirmation with information about how to view/attend the webinar. Please check your inbox and if it lands in “spam”, drag the email into your inbox to ensure you receive the emails you need to attend. For support, please reply to your confirmation email or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Leanne Domash, PhD is a psychologist/psychoanalyst, playwright and Embodied Imagination practitioner. She has had a life-long interest in the creative process and has written and/or presented nationally and internationally on art, architecture, writing, wit and humor, theater, and spirituality as they intersect with the psychotherapeutic process. She recently published “Imagination, Creativity and Spirituality: Welcome to Wonderland” (Routledge, 2021). Leanne is Clinical Consultant, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Voluntary Psychologist, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, NY, NY; and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY, NY. Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Monica, California. She is adjunct professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute and at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Terry conducts workshops and trainings nationally and internationally in clinical intuition, creativity, interpersonal neurobiology and nonlinear science. She is a prolific author and editor, including Mythic Imagination Today (Brill, 2021) and A Fractal Epistemology for a Scientific Psychology (Cambridge Scholars, 2020). She illustrates her own books, co-curates a yearly psychotherapist art exhibition, “Mirrors of the Mind: The Psychotherapist as Artist”, and attempts to maintain balance in life with piano, ballet, and yoga.