Author: Dr Anne Hilty

Dr Anne Hilty is a scholar-practitioner of psychology from New York, living in Europe and East Asia since 2005. She has been in clinical practice since 1989 and the health care field since 1980. She engages in a variety of research projects for social welfare and cultural preservation. Additionally, she is a writer with an extensive portfolio.

Neo-Paganism, A Psychological Perspective I: Trend

In recent years, there’s been a tremendous surge of interest in and adherence to ‘neo-paganism’ – for some, a religion with pre-Christian roots; for others, a nonreligious system of magic; for still  more, an expression of their ecological, feminist, mythological, cultural, and/or esoteric interests.