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Study By App is proud to now offer a review application for high school and College students taking Greek Mythology. The focus of this application is to explore the many facets of Greek Mythology and gain a better understanding of the Ancient Greek culture that developed such beliefs.It is our goal that this application will help to clarify confusion about Greek Mythology and enlighten the interested learner on a path of discovery that will introduce some concepts of Greek Mythology that can be downright eye opening.This application takes the learner on a journey into the deep past by breaking down Ancient Greek mythology into the following major topics:Introduction to Greek MythsGreek CosmologyGreek Myths of the OlympiansOlympic Children of ZeusThe IliadThe OdysseyGreek HeroesGreek TragedyTales of Triumph and WoeThis application was authored and developed by Riven Barton, Ph.D. Riven Barton is an expert in mythic and archetypal symbology. With a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and Religion from Prescott College, she laid the foundation for her masters and doctoral work in Myth and Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Utilizing her additional training in art therapy and her extended experience as a holistic body worker, Riven has created an integral counseling practice based on experiential and traditional models of therapy. Included in her work is her research and experience of collective and cultural psychology. Believing that the individual psyche is made up of far more than ones personal experiences, Riven integrates into her work the effects and impacts that the broader collective psychology and environment may have on the individual. The result is a more inclusive model of the psyche which integrates personal and collective change into a cohesive model of self.Riven can be contacted: firstname.lastname@example.org