During 2009, I began editing my blog writing from the previous two years. My focus was on further development of a 'feminine myth' which I began during graduate school at New York University. The 'feminine myth' was a reaction to the patriarchal monomyth as well as a result of a broadening of my framework for meaning. The three working categories of this paradigm are mythology of planet, mythology of other, mythology of self. In other words, this feminine framework suggests that being in relationship with planet, other people and self provides a meaningful framework for living.
This period also coincided with my earliest work in the use of visual arts within my counseling practice. The experience of my work and my clients has contributed greatly to my understanding and development of this paradigm.