Beyond the Consulting Room
By William Doherty
Too much is at stake these days for us to take refuge in our practices after the election. In such challenging times, therapists need to create for themselves a new professional role as agents of social change, not just critics of what isn't changing.
Journey to Rwanda
By Laurie Leitch
Fourteen years ago, Rwanda was the hellish scene of one of the most ferocious genocides in history. A therapist who traveled there reports on what it's like to confront the unthinkable.
From Intention to Action
By Jeffrey Kottler
Each year, thousands of poor Nepalese girls "disappear" from their villages. On an impulse, an American therapist winds up devoting himself to ending these disappearances.
By Patrick Dougherty
When disaster strikes close to home, the emotional shock waves make business as usual impossible for both therapists and clients.
By Mary Sykes Wylie
Poet David Whyte offers an idiosyncratic fusion of verse, myth, story, and personal charisma, demonstrating to audiences all over the world that psychology doesn't go far enough in making us face the "dangerous truths" of life.
By John O'Donohue
Understanding both the terror and innocence of beginnings is the key to discovering how to journey forth into the unknown.
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By Garry Cooper
- Infidelity and disclosure
- Do antidepressants blunt love?
- Treating complicated grief
- More on the Dodo Bird Verdict
- Deep brain stimulation for extreme depression
- Mad pride
By James Levine
Helping kids with ODD begins with getting past the many myths surrounding the disorder.
By Tammy Nelson
Exploring the role of sexual fantasy in helping couples recharge their sex lives.
By Don-David Lusterman
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The Cure Within: A History of Mind-Body Medicine
The story of mind-body medicine is full of tales of overpromising results
By Frank Pittman
Burn after Reading The Coen brothers specialize in redefining the rules of whatever movie genre they happen to be subverting.
By Jeanne Mills
It's the wise grandparent who knows how to avoid the potential tug-of-war over who knows most about bringing up children.