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Glossary Are you sometimes confused by the language of the mental health and disability sectors? Both sectors try to use person first, recovery oriented and trauma informed plain English to describe and talk about people’s lived experience of a mental health condition and recovery.

Cinematic Terms - A FilmMaking Glossary - Filmsiteorg

'legs' a film that has 'legs' has strong and profitable box-office, stamina and audience drawing power far beyond the opening weekend; the term usually applies to films that last many months: Examples: Il Postino (1994), Titanic (1997), Hoop Dreams (1994), My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) leitmotif: an intentionally-repeated, recurring element or theme associated with a particular person, idea

A Glossary of Jungian Terms - Terrapsychcom

Coagulated by Craig Chalquist, PhD, author of Terrapsychology: Reengaging the Soul of Place (Spring Journal Books, 2007) and department chair of East-West Psychology at CIIS - Celtic Deities Glossary - Norse Deities Glossary - Jung's RED BOOK: Healing the Faustian Ego [ new! I collected these terms and concepts on my journey through Jung's letters, seminars, and Collected Works as well as from