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Down the Rabbit Hole
Paul Kiritsis, PsyD Clinical Psychology, DPhil., MA (History)


Blogs and Articles

Official Review: The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia

The has reviewed “The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia” by Paul Kiritsis. The book was awarded 4/4 stars. Click on the link below to access the review: Book Review by (  ..

Interview with Author Voices: The Online Gazette for Today's Innovative Authors

Paul Kiritsis was recently interviewed by Author Voices: The Online Gazette for Today’s Innovative Voices. Click on the link below to access the interview: Read Paul's interview with Author Voices ( ..

"The Authorship of the World" Speech

“The Authorship of the World” is a short lecture that was given at the Sofia University Commencement Ceremony on Saturday 22nd June, 2017, as a student response to the graduation theme, “Many Paths, One Humanity.” Click on the link below to hear the lecture: ..

Paul Kiritsis launches new book

Paul Kiritsis’s new book, The Creative Advantages of Schizophrenia: The Muse and the Mad Hatter, will be released on June 1st, 2019. Stay tuned for the book launch details! ..

Kiritsis to Present at the 2019 ATP International Transpersonal Conference

The Association for Transpersonal Psychology (ATP, a division of the Transpersonal Institute) will be celebrating the Golden (50th) Anniversary of the transpersonal field on April 12-14, 2019, with an International Transpersonal Conference at Asilomar Conference Grounds near San Francisco, California. Many of the previous transpersonal conferences were historically held there.  ..

Integrative Medicine: Is the whole greater than the sum of its parts?

For me studying the history of esotericism has revealed some creamy pearls of wisdom–that every epoch has constructivist paradigms for medicine and disease, and that prognostic impressions, orthodox treatment strategies, and protocols are informed by internalized and largely unconscious assumptions about the way the “external” world is. Thanks to seventeenth century Cart ..

Empathy: Innate or Learned?

Putting oneself in the shoes of another comes easily to most of us. We cry at projected images on electronic media of rustic peoples who have just lost their homes to natural disasters; feel anger and resentment towards minorities being discriminated against because of their race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or gender; and orchestrate rallies holding aloft powerful political slog ..

The Dreaming Self: How much do we really know about dreams?

Time has revealed dream phenomena as paradoxical realms that are highly resistant to empirical investigation. Despite attempts to probe, encroach upon, uncover, and map territory traditionally exalted under philosophical inquiry, they remain enigmatic and ineffable. Dreams fascinate, mesmerize us, and pique our curiosity, namely because they appear so diametrically opposed to  ..

Photos from the Book Launch for Confessions of a Split Mind

Here are some photos from the Confessions of a Split Mind book launch on Saturday 17th February at 12.00pm at the Sofia University Library in Palo Alto. ..