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  • Understanding the Connection Between Going Back to School and Adolescent Anxiety
    As summer winds down and returning to school becomes an unavoidable reality, many teenagers are experiencing a rush of varied emotions. Some teens enjoy school and are eager to trade […] link to source

  • Self-Development: From Bondage to Freedom
    Freedom is necessary for self-development. Without it, the child would be unable to experiment with different selves, which would stunt their development and growth. There are a number of ways […] link to source

  • Can Art Therapy Help Heal the Pain of PTSD?
    Art therapy has experienced tremendous growth over the past two decades, not only advancing treatment options but also advancing into different populations and treatment settings. In particular, art therapists have […] link to source

  • 5 Common Myths about Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
    Whether you’ve been to therapy or not, you’ve probably heard about cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). It’s a popular type of therapy that many, many therapists use to help their clients treat […] link to source

  • Book Review: Born Anxious
    The story of Daniel P. Keating’s new book, Born Anxious: The Lifelong Impact of Early Adversity – and How to Break the Cycle begins from the day we are conceived. While […] link to source

  • Therapists Spill: When I Dislike a Client
    Years ago, when John Duffy, Ph.D, was training to become a clinical psychologist, he asked his supervisor to stop seeing a client. The man was brash and rude and shamelessly […] link to source

  • Clinicians on the Couch: 10 Questions with Psychologist John Lundin
    We rarely get a glimpse into the personal thoughts of therapists outside their offices. We rarely get a glimpse into their personal lives. Which is exactly what we do with […] link to source

  • Book Review: The Transformative Power of Ten Minutes
    How much can we accomplish in ten minutes? Perhaps we can answer a few emails, or load the dishwasher, but could it really be enough time to do something to help […] link to source

  • Why We Fear Death and How to Integrate It into Our Lives
    From our first breath in this lifetime until the split second the heart clock stops ticking away the moments of our incarnation, we are on call to this concept called […] link to source

  • Being a Parent and Not ‘Parenting’
    I have a love affair with words, and when society transforms a noun into a verb (verbing), I take note. Examples of this:  “xeroxing,” “blogging,” “plating,”  “googling” … all convert objects […] link to source

  • The Essentiality of Sleep Through the Recovery of Depression
    When I think of how important sleep is, I am reminded that sleep deprivation is often used as a form of torture. In an article titled “Why Sleep Deprivation is […] link to source

  • How to Navigate 3 Big Obstacles in Therapy
    Therapy is tremendously powerful for all sorts of concerns and conditions. “[T]herapy is a very unique, ongoing relationship that is created in a safe space that can undo the pain […] link to source

  • Book Review: Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind
    Comparing our thought process to that of a monkey may feel a little insulting at first. We like to think that we can easily keep our thoughts under control, but the […] link to source

  • Book Review: Collaboration in Psychological Science
    For some years now, there has been a trend towards working as teams in school and academia. Team projects can either go quite well, or can result in one person doing most of […] link to source

  • Book Review: The Self-Compassion Skills Workbook
    Is it really possible to transform ourselves in just fourteen days? Tim Desmond, author of The Self-Compassion Skills Workbook believes it is. Desmond provides an overview of what self-compassion is before presenting his fourteen […] link to source

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