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Cinema Therapy Why Did I Get Married

Cinema Therapy: Why Did I Get Married?

“Everyone’s relationship appears to be a mess” is a statement that may be one of the messages in the 2007…
Charlyne Gelt, Psychologist Encino, CA

By Charlyne Gelt

Psychologist, PhD| 5  min read

Movies That Celebrate Marriage

Romantic movies nowadays focus on relationships and bonding especially outside an official or legal relationship between two individuals. It is…
Sylvia Smith

By Sylvia Smith

4  min read

Learning The Art of Loving

Image courtesy: www.lanasomething.com   What is love? Do we truly know how to love? The mystery that is love has…
Sylvia Smith

By Sylvia Smith

4  min read

Begin Again: Movie Review

Contemporary film can be used as a tool in therapeutic setting to help clients look at their lives and address…
Charlyne Gelt, Psychologist Encino, CA

By Charlyne Gelt

Psychologist, PhD| 4  min read

Cinema Therapy: Papa Hemingway In Cuba

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out…
Charlyne Gelt, Psychologist Encino, CA

By Charlyne Gelt

Psychologist, PhD| 4  min read

Meet the Patels: When Culture and Personal Wants Collide

Image courtesy: anokhimedia.com Meet the Patels is a new documentary starring Ravi Patel about tradition, dating, love, and familial pressure.…
Sylvia Smith

By Sylvia Smith

2  min read

Witty, Raw, Comedic Television: A Review of Catastrophe

Catastrophe is Amazon’s brilliant British sitcom about marriage and relationships. The show surrounds Sharon Morris, played by Sharon Horgan and…
Sylvia Smith

By Sylvia Smith

2  min read

Cinema and its Role in Therapy

Image courtesy : www.thefilmyap.com   The 1998 film, A Price Above Rubies, starring Renee Zellweger, Glenn Fitzgerald, Christopher Eccleston and Allen Payne,…
Charlyne Gelt, Psychologist Encino, CA

By Charlyne Gelt

Psychologist, PhD| 4  min read

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