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PNND15-1Listening to the Untold Stories

By Kenneth Hardy

Many poor, young, black people see themselves as trapped behind a wall-less prison with no exits. They know all too well that their daily experience—whether it’s going to lousy schools, succumbing to drug use and abuse, or being the victims of crime and lack of employment prospects—doesn’t matter unless it disrupts the lives of the white mainstream.

PNND15-2Some Uncomfortable Reflections on Growing Up White

By Fred Wistow

At a time when many are calling for a renewed national conversation about race, an aging, liberal, white New Yorker—who admits he’s never been a party to any such conversation, not with a black person anyway—shares some highly uncomfortable, extremely personal reflections.

PNND15-3Encompassing the Big & the Small

By Mary Sykes Wylie

The promise of the community mental health movement of the 1960s, providing high-quality psychological and social services to poor families, remains unfullled. But today, two professionals bring together both a grasp of broader social issues and a store of practical clinical wisdom to offer complementary perspectives on how to best help poor communities.

PNND15-4The Science of Couples Therapy

By Julie Schwartz Gottman and John Gottman

The pioneers who birthed couples and family therapy never paused to scienti cally study the relationships they treated. Now, after systematically observing and doing therapy with thousands of couples, two of the field’s leading researchers summarize what they’ve learned about successful relationships and effective couples therapy.

Breaking the Chain of Resentment: How to Help Clients Move Past Old Wounds

A Cure for the Yips: Brainspotting and Performance Blocks

Destigmatizing Autism: The Future of Neurodiversity

Who Do You Trust?: Revisiting the McMartin Preschool Case

Review of We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s and The Witch-Hunt Narrative: Politics, Psychology, and the Sexual Abuse of Children

Sometimes it can be easier to argue about witch-hunts than risk confronting the dark, unsavory reality of child abuse.


Saturdays Lost: Revisiting a Bittersweet Ritual

By Richard Holloway


America's Conversation About Race

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