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The Case Study of John

The Case Study of John

Introduction: The case study that was selected was the case of John. John for the most part has considered himself successful and prides himself on being able to pay his bills and maintain a job with clout. He has found an identity within his job, which satisfies his lifestyle to the degree that it appears […]

Dreams and the Calamity of Reality – Peter Midnight

Dreams and the Calamity of Reality – Peter Midnight

An Excerpt from Peter Midnight: We dream because the waking world had been tainted by limitation. The world of dreams is called Elafox, while the world of nightmares is named Heliax. Underneath these two worlds is the Deep. Though we won’t dive too far into the story of these worlds at the moment, you must […]

Humanism and what is Beyond the Science of Psychology

Humanism and what is Beyond the Science of Psychology

Humanistic Psychology Humanistic Psychology focuses largely on the human as a whole, taking into consideration every aspect of the person. It focuses on the ideas of human emotional intelligence, the creative aspect of the being, free will and the idea of self actualization, which was heavily studied by both Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers (Stephen, […]

Introduction to Frameworks

Introduction to Frameworks

Written by: Robert J. Escandon C.Ht., MA This is the 1st part of The Sword, The Armor and the Shield. Introduction According to ancient Greek philosopher Plato, the world is full of frameworks, which he calls forms. Aristotle, student of Plato calls these frameworks, Universal Forms, and states that these forms are a deeply rooted part […]

You’re Never Alone

You’re Never Alone

Turning Loneliness into moments of Self Analysis by: Robert J. Escandon MA, C.Ht. Being alone is a big thing for an individual to think about let alone face. We live in a world where our phones connect us to everything, but at the same time disconnect us from the very things that are most important […]

Culture and Therapy

Culture and Therapy

Characteristics of Counselors and Clients Written by: Robert J. Escandon MA, C.Ht. When dealing with a diverse population, it’s important to take their culture into complete consideration. Our world is simply just not composed from our viewpoint and perspective, rather it is an accumulation of various viewpoints and perspectives. Living in Miami has allowed me […]

The Patient and the Voice of the Therapist

The Patient and the Voice of the Therapist

The Voice of the Client on a Grander Scale Written by: Robert J. Escandon MA, C.Ht. The goal of counseling is to meet the needs of the clients and patients we meet, for the arching goal of bettering the world in which we live in. There is a correlation between a client’s mental health and […]

5 things to Keep a Relationship Healthy

5 things to Keep a Relationship Healthy

Don’t let misunderstanding ruin your Relationship by: Robert J. Escandon MA, C.Ht.   1) TO ASSUME IS TO FAIL Assuming makes you look DUMB. To assume that the other person knows what you’re thinking or knows what you want them to do, is folly and pretty dumb. Even after 15 years or 5 months, a person […]

Strange Media Sampler OUT NOW

Strange Media Sampler OUT NOW

Posted by on Nov 30, 2016 in Music | No Comments

Hey there and beware, check out the NEW Strange Media Sampler! The time has come. Our 2016 label sampler is out and ready for mass consumption. You can use this link to find your preferred method of acquiring music and grab a copy. (HINT: It’s FREE on our BANDCAMP) Strange Media 2016 Sampler If you’re […]

Frederick and Simon as told by The Hunter

Frederick and Simon as told by The Hunter

Posted by on Oct 6, 2016 in Art | No Comments

Frederick and Simon as told by The Hunter written by: Robert J. Escandon   A Dog with two heads begins a run that he has prepared for his entire life. For the most part, the proper reference is to not call it a “he” but to call them, “they”. Perhaps we don’t fully understand why a […]