I'm Still Worthy: A Psychological Overview of MCU Thor in Therapy

About this Training

You would be hard-pressed to find a character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe who has experienced more loss and trauma than Thor. Within the MCU, we have watched Thor experience repeated betrayals, banishment, the loss of his family, the destruction of his home world, and the near-extinction of his people and culture, to name just a few. We also see Thor struggle with the serious emotional and mental impact of these events, and witness his journey to reclaim feelings of worth and purpose following events he perceives as personal failures. In this training we will look to provide an outline and analysis of the story and major mental health themes of Thor Odinson within the MCU, and how one may integrate these themes into a mental health setting.

I'm Still Worthy: A Psychological Overview of MCU Thor in Therapy

Learning Objectives

  • #1

    Identify three examples of a loss or trauma that Thor experienced.

  • #2

    Identify the depressive symptoms that Thor presented following his perceived failures.

  • #3

    Compile themes of Thor’s journey to rediscover his self-worth to those that clients may be experiencing.



Matt Fellows

Matt Fellows is a psychotherapist and published author from the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from North Dakota State University and a masters degree in counseling psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis. He has been academically and professionally involved with the integration of geek culture and psychology since 2012, and has a passion for finding therapeutic bridges between geek culture and populations that often require unique or specialized approaches in treatment. Professionally, Matt has worked with LGBT+ substance abuse clients, individuals with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and co-morbid serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI), and currently works with clients who have been civilly committed for sexual offenses. His author credits include a chapter in the 2020 clinician's guide "Integrating Geek Culture Into Therapeutic Practice: The Clinician's Guide To Geek Therapy". Matt's professional geek therapy interests include the Marvel Cinematic Universe and comics, Dungeons & Dragons, Avatar: The Last Airbender, video games, and all things Star Wars. He has a soft-spot for comic book villains and firmly believes that the Dark Side of the Force has cooler powers than the Light Side.

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    Learn how to understand and work with your clients using proven strategies derived from competent practice, knowledge, and culture while knowing what questions to ask them.

  • Learn From A Leader In The Field

    Presented by one of the leading experts in the field of Psychology, this training presents upon the topic using real life examples.

  • Become Knowledgeable In The Culture

    Through understanding the culture and connecting with our clients, we create meaning, relationships, and a place for new thought to birth.

Course Curriculum

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