Geek therapy: Connecting with clients through comics, video games and other ‘geeky’ pursuits

Reblogged article, by Bethany Bray • • • Stephen Kuniak was in a serious car accident during his first year in the master’s in counseling program at Duquesne University in Pennsylvania. While recovering, Kuniak noticed that he didn’t feel the extreme pain of his shattered femur and other injuries as much when he was engaged … More Geek therapy: Connecting with clients through comics, video games and other ‘geeky’ pursuits

‘What’s the Matter with Batman?’ Psychologist analyzes the Dark Knight

Reblogged from Wynne Parry, LiveScience He wears a caped bat costume in public and funds an alter ego out of his personal fortune. As a child he witnessed his parents’ murders; as an adult, he puts his own life on the line, practicing a personal brand of vigilante justice. He may be a comic book character, … More ‘What’s the Matter with Batman?’ Psychologist analyzes the Dark Knight

Wanted: A Real Man

What is a Real Man? ___ “Wanted: A Man of Steel. Please send photos of your abs and your junk.” This is a real ad… it’s something I am writing about for an upcoming piece. What do you think about the questions: Is there such a thing as a Perfect Man… A Man of Steel? … More Wanted: A Real Man

The Quiet Leader: Why Superman is a terrible leader

  This is the seventh article on the Quiet Leader. To keep up with the latest Quiet Leader articles, join the Quiet Leadership Facebook Page here or add your name to the email list by clicking the FOLLOW button on the top right. Please “Like” the article and share it with other Introverts and those who … More The Quiet Leader: Why Superman is a terrible leader