There's something both inspirational and humbling about watching the clinical work of master therapists like Virginia Satir, Milton Erickson, Peggy Papp, and Erving Polster. While it's tempting to think they have a unique therapeutic gift, it's even more helpful to ask, "How do they do it?" And in this Webcast series, that's what we do.
With Erving Polster, Peggy Papp, Richard Schwartz, Steve Andreas, and Jeffrey Zeig
A daughter marvels as her mother goes from grief to an exuberant rebirth.
Research increasingly shows that screen time is no substitute for old-fashioned human contact.
During the false memory controversies of the 1990s, many therapists saw Elizabeth Loftus, one of the most honored psychologists in the history of the field, as public-enemy number one.
Helping families heal cutoffs is painstakingly delicate work, with a high risk for stumbling over buried land mines.
Enduring recovery from obsessive compulsive disorder means riding out the demands of an inner bully.