What is Depth Psychology


Kalsched – Wholeness and the Lost and Recovered Soul

Autistic Perspectives/Resources by Autists for Autists

Scars – William Stafford

Scars by William Stafford

On Belonging and Coming Home

David Whyte – On Belonging and Coming Home

Neurodiversity Paradigm

The neurodiversity paradigm is a specific perspective on neurodiversity – a perspective or approach that boils down to these fundamental principles:

1) Neurodiversity is a natural and valuable form of human diversity.

2) The idea that there is one “normal” or “healthy” type of brain or mind, or one “right” style of neurocognitive functioning, is a culturally constructed fiction, no more valid (and no more conducive to a healthy society or to the overall well-being of humanity) than the idea that there is one “normal” or “right” ethnicity, gender, or culture.

3) The social dynamics that manifest in regard to neurodiversity are similar to the social dynamics that manifest in regard to other forms of human diversity (e.g., diversity of ethnicity, gender, or culture). These dynamics include the dynamics of social power inequalities, and also the dynamics by which diversity, when embraced, acts as a source of creative potential.

Taken from the Psychology Today article Neuro-Diversity:The Movement 

Poetry of Self Compassion

Poetry of Self Compassion –  David Whyte

Dr. Robert A. Johnson – In Search of the Holy Grail

Retrieving lost kindness