What is Stereotypic Movement Disorder? Stereotypic Movement Disorder is classified under Motor Disorders in the DSM-V. Individuals who have such disorder tend to have repetitive, purposeless movement. For example, an individual may repetitively hand wave or bang their… Read More
Depth psychology is a perspective, or a way of seeing. It is an approach to seeing the world in a broad, inclusive way taking into account more than what can be experienced by the five senses. Academically, depth psychology could be defined as the study of the unconscious mind. However, depth psychology is defined by much more than just psychology. Because deeper parts of the mind tend to speak in the language of images, depth psychology includes art, mythology, story, archetypal patterns, symbols, and philosophy. With this in mind, depth psychology works holistically with an individual to support their growth and healing.