Month: September 2016

Spider-Woman, Shameless, Library Progress, A Geek Therapy Playbook?

#62: This week we discuss a Library entry about Spider-Woman related to parenthood, an episode of Shameless that Josué isn’t so sure about adding to the Library. We go over a near final entry into the actual wiki and Josué asks Lara if he should write a short book on how to “do” Geek Therapy. ​*The […]

Watching Movies With Intention, Matrix Trilogy, Braveheart, Scott Pilgrim, Lion King, Newsies, Billy Madison, The Pianist, Titanic

#61: This week we talk about watching movies with intention, such as watching your favorite film to cheer you up. Josué and Lara discuss some of their favorite movies including The Matrix Trilogy, Braveheart, Scott Pilgrim vs The World, The Lion King, Newsies, Billy Madison, The Pianist, and Titanic. ​*The Geek Therapy Library is designed […]

Introverts, Periods, BuzzFeeds’s Version of Geek Therapy, Spider-Man, Batgirl, Mr. Robot

#60: This week Josué and Lara talk Introverts, Periods, BuzzFeeds’s Version of Geek Therapy, Spider-Man, Batgirl, Mr. Robot, and more. ​*The Geek Therapy Library is designed to help fans communicate through their favorite movies, books, and games. It is a resource for therapists, teachers, and parents to find a way to work with or talk about things through […]

The Evolution of Star Trek’s Fandom

#59: Happy 50th Anniversary, Star Trek! At Star Trek Mission New York, just days before the 50th anniversary, Ali Mattu moderated the panel “The Evolution of Star Trek’s Fandom” featuring Ryan Britt, Cici James, Telka Vassie, Ed Gross, and Josué Cardona. This week’s episode is a recording of the panel. Panel info from Star Trek […]

Music, DC Bombshells, Green Lantern, Extra Life

#58: This week we talk about making music entries in the Library, DC Bombshells, Green Lantern, and Extra Life charity marathons. ​Visit Lara’s Extra Life team HERE. *The Geek Therapy Library is designed to help fans communicate through their favorite movies, books, and games. It is a resource for therapists, teachers, and parents to find a way […]