Long Term Caring
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Refeathering the Nest
By Katy Butler
When families become stressed by a member's long-term care needs, it's easy to continue the usual relationship patterns and perpetuate long-standing resentments. But sometimes it's possible to learn new ways of being and interacting.
Caring for the Caregiver
By Katy Butler
Those who care for ailing family members often are undertaking a marathon, not a sprint.
By Barry J. Jacobs
Few of us instinctively know what to do and say when families are confronting the death of a loved one. But we can start by being with them in the struggle.
By David Seaburn
Drawing on spiritual resources can ease the pain and sorrow of death for client and therapist alike.
By Steven Hayes
Learning to accept our fears as guideposts to who we really want to be.
By Garry Cooper
- Is therapy harmful?
- The unintended consequences of black-labeling antidepressants
- A depression vaccine
- Unexpected resilience among adolescents
- Mediating sibling quarrels
- The difference between rage and anger
By Robert Taibbi
Effective clinical supervision requires an understanding of how supervisees develop and mature.
by Richard Handler
The Brain that Changes Itself and Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain
New revelations about neuroplasticity are exciting and captivating, but still may not have much practical payoff.
By Frank Pittman
A Mighty Heart, Away from Her, and Evening
It takes courage to live life, and to live with the life you chose
By Joe Kort
Our best teachers aren't always the two-legged kind.