clock June 30, 2017 • Joelle Diderich clock June 30, 2017 • Jessica Iredale clock June 30, 2017 • Joelle Diderich “The mind is the most powerful thing,” says Naomi Watts, the morning of the release of her latest project, the Netflix show “Gypsy.” Watts portrays Jean Holloway, a cognitive behavioral therapist whose boredom with her own life — married to a lawyer, mother to a young daughter, dodging invites from mundane neighbors in suburban Connecticut — leads her to give in to her temptations, which quickly spirals into a double life.
I wanted to know how things work — I’ve done [different] kinds of therapy over the years, but I hadn’t done this kind of therapy, and learning about that made it very interesting to me.
We create these thought patterns that can cause so much damage — and if we can control those thought patterns, we can actually change behavior.
What I liked about it is it felt like a cautionary tale — we all have dark thoughts, we all live with fantasies and desires — but it’s what you actually do with them.
clock June 30, 2017 • WWD Staff