Interview with Sophie Marinopoulos
LUMA Days 4 joined forces with the 1st edition of Agir pour le Vivant (Actions for Sustainable Living) Festival.
LUMA Days joined forces with Agir pour le Vivant as part of the Festival’s lunch-dialogues which took place between 24th and 30th of August in the mythical Hotel Nord Pinus in Arles. On this occasion, the Festival guests were invited to take part in a series of interviews around the issues of transition, the crisis of our imaginations, the new geography and the subject of responsibility.
In this interview, a psychologist and psychotherapist Sophie Marinopoulos shares with us her take on the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on our mental health, and particularly that of the children. She also underlines that children’s development and creativity is heavily influenced by their relation to nature.
Sophie Marinopoulos is a Psychologist and Psychoanalyst, specialising in issues relating to childhood and the family, and is the author of a Ministerial Report on a National Strategy for a Healthy Culture, as well as of numerous books on the family. She is the Co-Founder, together with Henri Trubert, of the publisher, Les Liens qui Libèrent.