On this week’s episode, Corrie Ferguson shares how she gets by with a little help from her beloved brother and everyone’s favorite wizard, Harry Potter.
Author: Madison Ford
The “Harry Potter” books can teach us lessons about ourselves and the world we live in. This week, Josh Cook tells us how the “Potter” books opened up his world and helped him uncover his own identity.
The connection between mental and physical health is often overlooked. Learn how Remus Lupin taught this week’s guest to deal with physical and mental illnesses.
Social workers deal with mental health, among many other things, in their everyday jobs. Here’s how Emily Wilhelm Riley incorporates “Harry Potter” into her work.
Our names are deeply interwoven with our identities. Here’s how Severus Snape and Tom Riddle taught me to embrace mine.
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This week, learn how expressive arts therapy can combine artistic expression and the love of “Potter” into a magical method of healing.
Dr. Janina Scarlet, the host of “Harry Potter Therapy”, talks to us about the magic of the “Potter” series in this week’s episode.