A while back, Nora McAdams from Best Counseling Degrees contacted me about an info graphic that shows the different psychotherapy treatments throughout history. This is a really neat read, and I thought I’d post here as past “treatments” might just might inspire a few plots to take a dark twist, and new therapies might work well in dystopian or sci-fi works (take a look at the end at what the future might bring!) Bare minimum, it will make people glad that mental health has progressed from the scary land of lobotomies. Have a look:
Source: The Evolution of Psychotherapy
But wait, there’s more: MORE ANGELA!
That’s right, I’m gallivanting across the internet today! At Romance University, I’m discussing the Importance of Vulnerability In A Relationship. Whether you write romance or not, this will help you deepen the connection between your characters, so I hope you’ll check it out.
Also, I am over at Jessica Bell’s The Alliterative Allomorph talking about What Makes a Successful Co-author Relationship. Becca and I have a great partnership as co-authors, but it’s because we’re a strong fit. I go through some of the ingredients any collaborative team should have so you can determine who would be a good co-author to work with if you’re considering that road.
Angela is a writing coach, international speaker, and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also is a founder of One Stop For Writers, a portal to powerful, innovative tools to help writers elevate their storytelling.