I am an Atlanta writer and consultant in psychology (with a PhD). As a writer, I am interested in the way psychology, culture and politics interact. For more than 20 years, I wrote a weekly column, “Headcase,” that takes up these subjects.
In my practice, I specialize in working with the imagination’s process — not just in creating art but as the means by which we remember our lives, experience the present and visualize the future.
My work is inspired by the imaginal psychology of James Hillman and Carl Jung, as well as the psychoanalytical theory of Sigmund Freud. I have had extensive education and training in psychotherapy but no longer consider my work psychotherapy. Therefore, my work does not qualify for insurance reimbursement. I do offer sliding-scale fees.
I call my work Imaginal Training. Read more about it at CliffBostock.com. To contact me: write cliffbostock at gmail. com or call me at 404- 518 – 4415. Email is preferred.
This blog is a space for rumination about my interests and life experience.