Research & Scholarship
- Mythological and Archetypal themes in the treatment of adults and adolescents
- The relationship between trauma and addictions
- The relationship between psychology, literature and religion
Hall, B. (2016) Psychotherapy’s Pilgrim-Poet: The Story Within. Colorado Springs, CO: University Professors Press.
Hall, B. (2014). “Artemis without Arrows: Feminine Aggression Lost and found.”
Depth Insight, autumn issue, 2014.
Hall, B. (2017) Psychotherapy’s Epic Journey: Descent, Dis-memberment, and Re-membrance. Fordham University Conference: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Trauma: On the Fragmentation and Restoration of the Human Soul. New York, NY
Hall, B. & Raley, K. (2016) Pre-Conference Learning Institute: Mythic Play with Adolescents; The Use of Bibliotherapy and Heroic Stories in Counseling. American Counseling Association and Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapists Association Conference. Montreal, Canada.
Hall, B. & Raley, K. (2016) 90 minute presentation: Mythic Play with Adolescents; The Use of Bibliotherapy and Heroic Stories in Counseling. Colorado Mental Health Conference. Denver, CO.
Hall, B. (2015) Presentation: Mythic Play with Adolescents: Effective Use of Bibliotherapy and Mythology with Adolescents. American Counseling Association Conference. Orlando, FL.
Hall, B. (2015) Lecture: “Psychotherapy’s Epic Pilgrim.” C.G. Jung Society of Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs, CO.