Zheni Nasi, MA: On Suffering, Anthroposophy, & Psychotherapy

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To watch the film, Medicating Normal, please visit www.medicatingnormal.com/watch.

Zheni Nasi, M.A., has a degree in diplomacy and psychology. Her professional life extends across countries and in the fields of diplomacy (United Nations High Commission on Refugees - Greece), conflict management (Sick Kids Hospital – Toronto, Canada), health care (Department of Health and Human Services – NJ, USA), and social justice (Maytree Foundation - Toronto, Canada). She is a member of the Board of the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP) in North America, and a representative of AAP to the International Federation of Anthroposophic Psychotherapy Associations (IFAPA) in Switzerland.

Zheni works from a humanistic and transpersonal trauma-informed perspective. She uses an individualised approach to therapy. Among various modalities she employs, anthroposophic psychotherapy has given her the most comprehensive understanding of the human being and human suffering, as well as most insights to a healthy therapeutic relationship.
Anthroposophic psychology says it as it is: psychology is the study of the soul. Anthroposophic psychology considers how striving to balance soul capacities (thinking-feeling-will) can help the human being reach their full potential. It has a deep appreciation of intricacies and interdependence of the human being as a microcosm of the universe we live in.

Anthroposophic psychology is an integrative approach and may include other therapeutic modalities (guided imagery, body movement, working with clay, watercolor painting, pastel drawing, psychodrama, mytho-poetic and/or storytelling).

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Angela Peacock, MSW, former U.S. Army Sergeant, and subject of the film, Medicating Normal. A recent graduate with a masters in social work from Washington University in St. Louis, Angie is part of the film’s outreach team for the film, facilitating discussion of the film’s issues for communities worldwide. Her past awards and positions include- George C. Lang Courage Award from Wounded Warrior Project, Policy Fellow for Veterans of Foreign Wars and Student Veterans of America, outpatient mental health therapist intern, and a finalist for Student Veteran of the Year in 2019. She is a mental health advocate, a writer, and a YouTube creator who travels in her RV across the United States in an effort to improve the mental health care system and bring voice to patients who have been harmed by it.
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