Join contributing editors,  psychotherapist, Stanley Siegel; Canadian novelist Sheila Heti; Photographer Bill Hayward; Portland relationship counselor, Alyssa Siegel; Canadian body/mind expert and author, Jeff Warren by presenting your work in the inaugural issue of Psychology Tomorrow Magazine.

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine aims to explore the practice of psychology as an art in all its complex possibilities. Against the current trend in psychology to pathologize human behavior through medical and scientific explanations, the magazine will emphasize the creativity of the therapeutic process for both patients and therapists.

As daring, Psychology Tomorrow will go a step further by looking at the relationship between psychology and contemporary visual arts, photography, fashion, writing, poetry, dance and video. Our understanding of human behavior depends as much on our appreciation of creative self-expression as it does scientific research.

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine will present the cutting edge of the art in the practice of psychology and the psychology in contemporary art.

If you think your work addresses these ideas please write to us at PsychologyTomorrowMagazine@ gmail for submission details.