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With psychological assistants
Dan Gaylinn, Ph.D, CHT (PSB 35036)
Moving Toward Health
a continuing class of dance and movement exercises for people with serious and chronic illness and pain hosted by Dr. Serlin:
• 10:30am-noon on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month
• Congregation Kol Shofar, 215 Blackfield Drive, Tiburon, CA in the Kitah Gedolah (large classroom)
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In B.E. Thompson, & R.A. Neimeyer (Eds.), Grief and the expressive arts: Practices for creating meaning. New York: Routledge.
Dr. Serlin's chapter in this new book, scheduled for publication in early 2014, features the poignant story of an Israeli woman who endured war-related losses and challenging personal experiences.
Whole Person Healthcare
"...a glimpse into the future of healing. It is a magnificent effort, bringing together authorities who have made landmark contributions in fashioning a form of healthcare that honors all we arebody, mind, spirit." Book info
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Ilene Serlin: Dance, Movement & Humanistic Therapy
An interview with Dr. Serlin on dance movement therapy from an existential-phenomenological perspective is featured on the Somatic Perspectives on Psychotherapy website. Available in podcast and PDF transcription.
Psychology Today blog
Dr. Serlin hosts a blog at Psychology Today online.
• Boston Bombing: An existential wake-up call
• It's Not All in Your Head! Being sensitive ought to be met with understanding
• Mid-Life Crisis—Myth or Reality? Turning Crisis into Wisdom
PEC Connect blog
Dr. Serlin hosts a blog for subscribers of PEC Connect online. Recent article:
Wellness Fair: A Kick-Off Partnership
Teaching caregivers how to overcome second-hand trauma. Dr. Serlin and her colleague Dr. Eleanor Pardess presented this breakthrough study at the 2011 APA annual convention in Washington, DC. Read article
Wellness Fair: A Kick-Off Partnership, was Dr. Serlin's featured article in the summer 2011 issue of the Marin County Psychological Association Newsletter. Read article
Marriage Guide for the Quarter-Life Crisis Dr. Serlin's review of Elizabeth Gilbert's book, Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage, was featured for discussion in the July 26, 2011 issue of PsycCRITIQUES Blog.
Read the blog Read the review
Trauma and the Arts
A review by Dr. Serlin of Stephen K. Levine's Trauma, Tragedy, Therapy: The Arts and Human Suffering. In PsycCRITIQUES: APA Review of Books, May 2010
The Benefits of Dance Therapy
Read an interview with Dr. Serlin about the new and emerging field of dance therapy. In the Associated Content blog, February 2, 2011.
Hear Dr. Serlin's interview with Serge Prengel from the USABP Somatic Perspectives series:
A Tribute to Rollo May and the Arts and Rollo May on Existential Psychotherapy
Two articles by Dr. Serlin published in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, October 2009.
Treating War Trauma in Israel
An article by Dr. Serlin published in the American Psychological Association Div. 56 Trauma Psychology Newsletter, Fall 2008.
Dr. Serlin's letter to the editor of the American Psychological Association Monitor, pub. March 2008.
Introduction to Humanistic Psychology: an online course for psychologists.
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