Editor-in-Chief: Gabrielle Orcha, MFA, A.B.D

Contributing Writers

Mădălina Telea-Borteș was born România in 1991 in the wake of the country’s transition to democracy. She has temporarily relocated to România (from the United States) to conduct oral history research about the psychological facets of communism, for her dissertation.

 

Myka Hanson is a Ph.D. candidate in Depth Psychology and Somatic Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her dissertation focuses on soul and archetypal psychology in Stephen King’s novel Bag of Bones. She is a certified Dream Tender under Dr. Stephen Aizenstat, and she runs a private Dream Tending practice in which she incorporates her expertise in depth psychology. In her personal time, she loves cooking with her husband and two stepdaughters and taking their dogs to the dog park. https://mykahanson.com/

 

Sara Lovett is a writer, performer and teacher whose work sits at the interface of psychology, somatics and ritual. She holds a BFA in acting from The University of Texas at Austin, and an M.A in Somatic Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute where she is pursuing her doctorate. She is the author of the memoir, The Invisible Bones, and the upcoming book, The Friendship Index, and is the recipient of two Norman Mailer awards.

 

 

Camille Jara Ventura is a mother, wellness guide, and student. She is currently researching the identity processes of mothers through conversation and writing. She lives near San Diego, California.