Cinematherapy: A general discussion

In 1892, one of the greatest inventions ever, paved the way for the big-screen experience. Thomas Edison was one of many inventors that brought the gift of moving pictures to the world. During my years in practice, I came to realize that regular talk-therapy is not always enough to generate changes in a patient’s internal […]

The Father Complex in Film

Over the past 60 years there have been a plethora of films about Father-son relationships pointing up the powerful impact of the Father upon emotional and psychological development. Standouts that come to mind are The Godfather, East of Eden, Hud, The Great Santini, In the Name of the Father, Catch Me If You Can, and Big Fish to name a few. These films […]