How “The Matrix Resurrections” Critiques Psychotherapy

I loved the new Matrix movie. I felt skeptical initially. Another reboot? I watched it only because my parents wanted to. But surprisingly it had many smart ideas about what it means to live today in the age of the internet, social media, and virtual reality.

But I digress. This is not a movie review. I leave that to others. But as a therapist, I found the movie’s…

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The relationship between mental health, spirituality and politics told from the point of view of a working psychotherapist.

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