Arts, Entertainment & the Culture of Cyberspace
We have a love for the arts, theatre and film!
We have a particular penchant for art, theatre and film that has anything to do with how all of THAT might relate to cyberspace; ergo cyberpsychology. Oh, and of course, how we might use film and the arts in our work with clients both online and in-person.
We seek out film and art that might offer a message to our audience- students of Online Therapy Institute/Online Coach Institute, readers of TILT Magazine~ Therapeutic Innovations in Light of Technology , and others who have a general interest regarding the impact of cyberspace on our culture.
We offer a column in each issue of TILT Magazine entitled Reel Culture. Each film review is written by Jean-Anne Sutherland, Ph.D. She is a professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and we love her words. Here are the highlights:
- How Therapists and Academics Use Film in Their Work
- Depiction of Therapists in Film
- Scientology, Psychiatry and the Science of Documentary Making
- Cyberbullying: It’s Quick and it’s Easy
- Our Interdependent World: Tiffany Shlain’s Connected
For the following documentaries, we offered featured articles in TILT Magazine and interviewed the directors for the annual Counselor Educators in Second Life conference:
We provided corporate sponsorship and contributed an essay to Gretta Louw’s Art Project, Controlling_Connectivity and followed up with a feature article.
Be sure to check out the Arts, Entertainment and Culture category at our Blog:
Visit our bookstore for recommendations regarding the use of Film and Therapy!
If you are involved in project that you would like us to consider reviewing or include in our training contact us.