The Relationship Revolution
By Melinda Blau
The Internet may seem like a 21st-century nightmare version of the worst excesses of the marketplace. But it's creating new possibilities for connection and conversation that are transforming our very notions of human relationship.
By Mary Sykes Wylie
Have you ever noticed how often you surf the net or check e-mail when you feel bored or restless or depressed, as if relief is just a click away? The Internet doesn't just provide information or social connection: it can be its own form of cybercoke.
The Mindful Internet User
By John Grohol
How mindfulness can reduce the stress of multitasking and information overload.
Allying with the Internet
By Elizabeth Doherty Thomas
A guide to the wealth of websites and message boards that can be useful to clients and therapists alike.
The New Technologies of Change
By Jordan Magaziner
Advances in technology are challenging the idea that therapy must revolve around the traditional, face-to-face clinical encounter.
Extending the Conversation
By Marina London
When it comes to the business of therapeutic practice, most practitioners have a lot to learn about how to use the new social media effectively.
As the Twig Is Bent
By Mary Sykes Wylie
While it's common knowledge that childhood trauma can have far-reaching consequences for adult mental health, its impact on adult physical health is less obvious. Now a new study demonstrates an astonishing correlation between childhood maltreatment and a vast range of later-life illnesses.
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By Garry Cooper
- The therapeutic connection
- Predicting suicide
- Updating psych textbooks
- Trauma and PTSD
- Time crunch
- Meeting clients' needs
By Barry J. Jacobs
A parent's failing health can stir up a hornet's nest of trouble among adult siblings.
Point of View
By Ryan Howes
For existential therapist Irvin Yalom, even depth-oriented therapy doesn't go deep enough.
By Robert Hill
Too often, a faltering memory is a source of not only everyday inconvenience, but paralyzing dread.
- Commentary By Terry Hargrave
Reviewed By Diane Cole
Stuff - Homer & Langley - The Story of Stuff
Hoarding is not only an individual pathology, but a metaphor for our consumption-crazed culture.
By Jere Chapman
A tale about fatherhood and the pleasures of ice cream.