Pioneering trauma expert Bessel van der Kolk shares his thoughts on the differences between public and private trauma.
Many well-intentioned therapists have suggested that their clients just “let go” of hate, as if it were a heavy load that they could simply drop to the ground.
After wading through the controversies and contradictions in the research literature on SSRIs, a critic of Big Pharma explains why he thinks these drugs may have gotten a bad rap.
Does our growing understanding of the brain and the prospect of further scientific discoveries mean there’s a new generation of magical pills on the horizon?
For many therapists, an air of mystery surrounds the role of psychopharmacology in mental health treatment. Here's a step-by-step tour of the complexities of the psychiatric consultation.
The chemical effect of psychoactive meds is only part of their impact. In fact, people often develop complex relationships with the pills they take.
Over the last 150 years, we’ve seen waves of mass infatuations with psychotropic drugs—antidepressants being the latest. While all these drugs are different, their story arc seems to follow a predictable course.
How can therapists apply the valuable insights Attachment Theory brings? To answer that questions, we've brought together some of the leaders in the field to demonstrate approaches that draw on the practical application of Attachment Theory and illustrate with examples from their own clinical practices.
With Diane Poole Heller, Bruce Ecker, Susan Johnson, Daniel Hughes, Maggie Phillips, David Feinstein.