Recent Publications*

 

*Dr. Silvestri has published over 100 articles and chapters.

February 2020

(Ongoing Column #16)

 

Being inspired fills you with the urge to be creative. It is a way to view the world as an interdependent aesthetic experience. Inspiration allows you to be mindful and see things in context rather than depending on content.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201912/be-inspired-stretch-your-perceptual-edges

WINTER 2019-2020

Our emotional well-being is extremely dependent on how we deal with “stress” and its ensuing patterns of fear and anxiety. Stress—whether it’s brought on by busy winter holidays, dreary wintry weather, or disturbing world events—can undermine our health and relationships.

January 2020

(Ongoing Column #15)

 

Being inspired fills you with the urge to be creative. It is a way to view the world as an interdependent aesthetic experience. Inspiration allows you to be mindful and see things in context rather than depending on content.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201912/be-inspired-stretch-your-perceptual-edges

December 2019

(Ongoing Column #14)

 

I have been a student of Aikido, a martial art based on peace and harmony, for the past thirty years. What I learned on the mat during classes, has helped me, more importantly in my everyday interactions.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201912/surely-we-need-not-only-be-in-harmony-sustain-it

October 2019

(Ongoing Column #13)

 

A common theme in my practice, as with many psychotherapists, is the presenting problem of not being satisfied with life, which in most cases leads to different degrees of “anxiety” and/or “depression.”

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201910/ditch-linear-thinking

June 2019

(Ongoing Column #09)

 

“How wonderful that we have met with a paradox. Now we have some hope of making progress”

— Niels Bohr

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201906/the-tao-self-fulfillment

May 2019

(Ongoing Column #08)

 

I recently read The Art of Is: Improvising As A Way Of Life by Stephen Nachmanovitch (New World Library: Novato, Calif., 2019).

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201904/the-ecology-improvisation

January 28, 2019

(Ongoing Column #05)

 

How can a loaf of bread help with understanding the complexity of relationships?

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/wider-lens/201901/love-the-word-is-not-the-thing

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Dr. Kenneth Silvestri, Ed.D, CCH, RSHom

Psychotherapist | Certified Classical Homeopath

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