Pop Culture Psych 101: Using the Silver Screen as a Vehicle for Self-Discovery with Travis Langley PhD and Lisa Bahar MFT

Original Air Date Wednesday, March 7, 2018

In this week’s episode you will learn about:

Using pop culture in psychology

Cinema therapy

Free will vs actions determined by influence

⦾ Using a connection to a film character to break down emotional walls

Travis Langley, PhD, editor of The Walking Dead Psychology: Psych of the Living Dead, and Star Wars Psychology: Dark Side of the Mind is a psychology professor who teaches course on crime, media, and mental illness at Henderson State University. He speaks regularly on media and heroism at universities, conferences, and popular culture conventions including San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic Con, and Wizard World conventions throughout the world. More here.

Lisa Bahar is a licensed psychotherapist located in Newport Beach and Laguna Niguel, California. Lisa is known as a creative therapist particularly with her use of Cinema-Therapy, a collaborative tool of using film stories as symbolic metaphors of problems and challenges clients may be facing. More here.

Pop Culture Psych 101: Using the Silver Screen as a Vehicle for Self-Discovery with Travis Langley PhD and Lisa Bahar MFT

Original Air Date Wednesday, March 7, 2018

In this week’s episode you will learn about:

 Using pop culture in psychology

 Cinema Therapy

 Free will vs actions determined by influence

Using a connection to a film character to break down emotional walls

Travis Langley, PhD, editor of The Walking Dead Psychology: Psych of the Living Dead, and Star Wars Psychology: Dark Side of the Mind is a psychology professor who teaches course on crime, media, and mental illness at Henderson State University. He speaks regularly on media and heroism at universities, conferences, and popular culture conventions including San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic Con, and Wizard World conventions throughout the world. More here.

Lisa Bahar is a licensed psychotherapist located in Newport Beach and Laguna Niguel, California. Lisa is known as a creative therapist particularly with her use of Cinema-Therapy, a collaborative tool of using film stories as symbolic metaphors of problems and challenges clients may be facing. More here.

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