Thanks so much to everyone who’s supported Karnacology in 2016. It’s been another remarkable year both in terms of the breadth and the quality of posts – a huge thank you to all of the therapists, analysts, and mental health professionals who have very kindly written such compelling and original pieces for us. Posts have covered everything from the scientific status of psychoanalysis and the transgenerational inheritance of trauma, to Brexit, child sexual abuse, boarding school syndrome, mentalizing in arts therapy, and why Oedipus didn’t have an Oedipus complex. Visitors to the site more have more than doubled over the last year – with site views also doubling from 45,506 in 2015 to a mighty 84,685 in 2016. With our recent move to the main Karnac domain website we’re hoping that 2017 will be even more exciting – and as always, please let us know if there are particular subjects or therapies that you’d like to see covered. Or if you’d like to write for us yourself, simply drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
To catch up on the most popular articles of 2016 please click on the links below:
1. David Bowie: Alienation and Stardom, by Rod Tweedy
3. Under the Totem: In Search of a Path, by Michael Eigen
4. The Scientific Status of Psychoanalysis, by Pushpa Misra
5. Psychoanalysis and Architecture, by Cosimo Schinaia
6. Better Late than Never, by Lorraine Price
7. Illuminati ritual abuse and mind control, by Wendy Hoffman
8. Into the Darkest Places, by Marcus West
9. Treating People with Psychosis in Institutions, by Belinda Mackie
10. Breathing as a Tool for Self-Regulation and Self-Reflection, by Minna Martin
We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a happy and peaceful New Year.
See you in 2017!