Month: May 2014

What is Superhero Therapy?

Since the term “Superhero Therapy” has been gaining more popularity, I have written a post about it for Psychology Today, specifically, for Dr. Langley’s Beyond Heroes and Villains column.

In the post, the term Superhero Therapy is defined as relating to either psychoanalyzing Superheroes or to incorporating Superheroes into a therapy setting to treat a specific disorder, such as depression, anxiety, or trauma. I also discuss how such examples might be incorporated and provide a few examples.

Click here to find out more information about Superhero Therapy and to read the full article