Discover how to use the basics of Attachment Theory in your practice to change the way you interact with clients and improve outcomes.
The Sibling Effect: What the Bonds among Brothers and Sisters Reveal About Us • When a Brother or Sister Dies: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Exploring the complex fabric of an often poorly understood family bond that shapes us, in one way or another, throughout our lives.
Girls Like Us: Fighting For a World Where Girls Are Not for Sale • Ask Me Why I Hurt: The Kids Nobody Wants and the Doctor Who Heals Them
Those gritty TV depictions of kids scratching out an existence on the streets aren’t just a sensationalistic fabrication.
A new book examines how one man, under the guise of religious faith, kept his family isolated in a world of abuse and brutality, and how another family broke boundaries to help them escape.
Few cases offer as eerie a therapeutic challenge as a suddenly non-communicative child, lost in a dissociative shutdown.
An understanding of the unconventional ways people demonstrate resilience is important in helping us avoid pathologizing clients and stop believing there’s only one clinically “correct” way to help them.
There’s no substitute for a clear clinical model that can guide you through the therapeutic change process.
Therapists must offer abused children a different felt experience of who they are.