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Part 2: CUTV News Radio Spotlights Dr. Art Rosengarten of Moonlight Counseling

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Solana Beach, CA – Any therapist who has been in practice for a long time becomes more and more eclectic over the course of their career. Each therapist develops their own unique assortment of tools they can utilize when it’s appropriate to benefit their patient.

Psychotherapist Dr. Art Rosengarten is the founder of Moonlight Counseling, where he offers an eclectic integration of eastern and western psychology. As a psychologist in private practice for nearly 40 years, Dr. Rosengarten is a longtime practitioner and teacher of eastern, meditative approaches with a Jungian orientation as a psychotherapist.

“I’m a mystic living in modern times,” laughs Dr. Rosengarten. “Eastern philosophy has long explored this other side of the human psyche, the deep side of the human psyche. As a result, much of this practice is best learned from the wisdom of the east.”

While studying at the California Institute of Asian Studies, Dr. Rosengarten was first introduced to Tarot, playing cards commonly associated with fortune-telling. Dr. Rosengarten was more interested in exploring the Tarot cards from the perspective of a psychologist. 

“I saw immediately that these symbols could have incredible value in psychotherapy,” says Dr. Rosengarten. “You have these rich, ambiguous images that are psychological in nature.”

Today, Dr. Rosengarten is the author of several books on the Tarot, including Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility, which has been in print for 16 years and is widely considered the classic in the field. The book speaks to people interested in alternative approaches to therapy dialogue.

For more information on Moonlight Counseling, visit www.moonlightcounseling.com

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