Therapists React to WANDAVISION with guest Kati Morton

From Cinema Therapy.

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Wanda Maximoff’s journey of grief shows us that grief and sorrow mean the person, the relationship, mattered. Grief and sorrow are not unhealthy – it’s how we deal with them that can lead to healing and peace, or to unhealthy coping mechanisms… like taking over a small town and creating an entire fake reality.

Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker and filmmaker Alan Seawright are joined by guest, licensed therapist Kati Morton, to talk about Wanda’s magically-enhanced maladaptive daydreaming to cope with the loss of Vision. Wanda’s faced a lot of trauma in her life, and isn’t ready to cope with it in a healthy way, but over the course of her story, arrives in a healthier place. Of course, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany’s brilliant performances make the story all the more heart-wrenching. (Yes, many tears are shed in this episode.)

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Cinema Therapy is:
Written by: Megan Seawright, Jonathan Decker and Alan Seawright
Produced by: Jonathan Decker, Megan Seawright & Alan Seawright
Edited by: Alan Seawright
Director of Photography: Bradley Olsen
English Transcription by: Anna Preis