In a Crisis, We Can Learn From Trauma Therapy

“I define resilience as the ability to navigate adversity and to grow and thrive from challenges,” Dr. Reivich added. And, she emphasized, it is an ability that can be learned.”

In a Crisis, We Can Learn From Trauma Therapy – The New York Times

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SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

Symbolist Poetry and the Salon de la Rose+Croix

“This painting by Charles Maurin has a dedication to Baudelaire in the lower right-hand corner, and recalls the spirit of his poems, such as “The Damned Women.””

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