Online Magazine that Openly Explores the Cutting Edge of Psychology for Now and Tomorrow.

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine will explore the practice of psychology as an art in all its complex possibilities. Going against the current trend in psychology to pathologize human behavior through medical and scientific explanations, the magazine will instead 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, dance and video. Our understanding of human behavior depends as much on our appreciation  of creative self-expression as it does scientific research.  

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Dear Friends,

Thank you for the tremendous outpouring of support concerning my Psychology Today debacle. Over ten thousand people visited my website to view the column “Sex Worker or Therapist,” the one that created the firestorm. Many of you expressed your outrage in the Comments section or sent letters directly to the editors of Psychology Today.

Sadly, their response was to remove all twenty-five of my past columns from the magazine’s site because I made their unfortunate behavior public. And although they continue to refuse to engage in conversation with me, your outrage must have made a strong impression.

Jo Colman, owner and CEO, wrote in a private correspondence to a mutual friend (which he did not expect me to see) that my column was popular but attracted the “wrong type” of reader, an extraordinary statement of bigotry. I’ll leave it to your imagination to figure out who he means.

All the  past columns in the “Intelligent Lust” series have been reposted on my website stanley-siegel.com.

I have received an invitation from the Museum of Sex to host my column on their website. I’ve agreed to continue it there on a biweekly basis beginning next month. I’ll keep you updated on that.

My response to Psychology Today, with the encouragement and support of colleagues and friends, is to begin a new online periodical called 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 towards pathologizing 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, dance and video. Our understanding of human behavior depends as much on our appreciation  of creative self-expression as it does scientific research.

Whether it’s in the photographs of Bill Hayward who asks well-known artists to create a backdrop and a pose that reflects the essence of who they are, or in one of Stanley Siegel’s case stories in which he asks a warring couple to hang sheets throughout their house to symbolize and honor the division between them, or in an excerpt from the Canadian writer Shelia Heti’s new novel “How Should A Person Be,” Psychology Tomorrow Magazine, will present the cutting edge of the art in psychology and the psychology in art.

Psychology Tomorrow Magazine will be published quarterly online and will be viewed by subscription. Please support our effort to bring Psychology Tomorrow Magazine to life by making a financial contribution through :

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/422560855/psychology-tomorrow-magazine

We are also interested in related content for publication in the magazine. Please write for  submission details to: psychologytomorrowmagazine@gmail.com

Warm regards,

Stanley Siegel