Arutt Chery Psyd Clinical and Forensic Psychology

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Arutt Chery Psyd Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Arutt Chery Psyd Clinical and Forensic Psychology is listed in the Psychologists category in Beverly Hills, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Arutt Chery Psyd Clinical and Forensic Psychology which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arutt Chery Psyd Clinical and Forensic Psychology on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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9025 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 273-2755

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Dr. Cheryl Arutt shared Emotional Health and Creativity's post.
Thank you, Emotional Health and Creativity, for this post.
Emotional health, intensity and being creative - "Rather than shutting down more intense experiences, these emotional “muscles” and strategies provide the breadcrumb trail to find our way back from intense states, allowing us to visit certain states of mind for creative purposes (or to learn about ourselves), without finding ourselves trapped there." Dr. Cheryl Arutt Musician Sting commented in the documentary All We Are Saying: “Do I have to be in pain to write? I thought so, as most of my contemporaries did; you had to be the struggling artist, the tortured, painful, poetic wreck. I tried that for a while, and to a certain extent that was successful. “I was ‘The King of Pain’ after all. I only know that people who are getting into this archetype of the tortured poet end up really torturing themselves to death.” ~~~ #artists #emotionalhealth
Creating is a way to channel emotional intensity. Expressing painful feelings through art allows us to deal with them in a way that is constructive.

Dr. Cheryl Arutt shared Danielle Daniel - HolisticPsych's video.
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