At first glance ‘mind stuff’ appears chaotic. All manner of stuff can be perceived at any moment in time. All manner of stuff not perceived is also in play at any moment in time. The complexity of the stuff gives rise to the appearance of chaos when in reality thoughts, perceptions and the like are [...]
About Diane Kern
Diane has been a practicing psychotherapist for over thirty years. She is credentialed to teach college level psychology, social science and anthropology. She has taught at California Community Colleges and Universities. She studied psychoanalytic theory and practice in the School of Criminology at the University of California at Berkeley where she earned her doctorate degree. She traveled to India to study cross-cultural conceptions of mental illness. Research was undertaken in social work agencies and at the All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi. She has had a balanced yoga practice for twenty five years.