A Quiet Revolution
By Jerome Front
If you're a therapist these days, it's hard to open a publication--or your mailbox--without hearing about mindfulness. Are the Eastern wisdom traditions changing the face of our field and our notions of the therapeutic relationship?
The Soul of Relationship
By Molly Layton
Making "contact" with our partner means first recognizing a subtle inner substrate where we encounter everything from boredom to anxiety to sexual interest to outright rage . . . and more.
Any Day Above Ground
By David Treadway
Letting go of our childlike fascination with the promise of the future is one of the hardest challenges of truly being in the moment.
By Zindel Segal
There's increasing evidence that mindfulness helps depressed people fight relapse.
Pathologizing for Dollars
By Lawrence Diller
The Rise of the ADHD Diagnosis
By Richard Simon
By Garry Cooper
-- Controversy at APA
-- Motivating the depressed client
-- Educational videos for babies flunk
-- Different alcoholics, different treatments
-- Does therapy breed isolation?
-- Exercise outraces depression
By Matthew Selekman
What to do when your teen clients give you the silent treatment.
by Richard Handler
Extraordinary Knowing: Science, Skepticism, and the Inexplicable Powers of the Human Mind A book by a respected researcher argues that telepathy and clairvoyance may be on a continuum with more common traits of intuition and empathy.
By Don Ferguson
With tens of thousands of Iraq War vets with PTSD returning home, therapists increasingly face the challenge of helping them with their troubled marriages.
by Robert Scaer
by Frank Pittman
American Gangster, Michael Clayton, and 3:10 to Yuma Our complex relationship with our screen idols is at the root of the Hollywood movie experience.
By Lynn Grodzki
A woman recovering from cancer develops a new sense of her body and her comfort zone.