Search Magazine Archives

Sort by:

Case Study

Get Out of My Life! Working with Cut-off Family Members in the Consulting Room

November/December 2014

Helping families heal cutoffs is painstakingly delicate work, with a high risk for stumbling over buried land mines.


Magazine Article

Clinician's Digest

The Many Faces of Domestic Violence

November/December 2014
The Ray Rice case evokes a discussion of the many faces of domestic violence.

Magazine Article

Cure or Control?

Depression as a Chronic Condition

November/December 2014
Evidence continues to accumulate that many people with depression suffer bouts of it all their lives, even after a good response to therapy. So what if we give up the idea of cure and opt for the idea of management?

Magazine Article

Editor's Note

Depression, the most important public health issue in the world.

November/December 2014

Do therapists have a responsibility to educate people about society's role in generating unprecedented levels of depression?


Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!

Family Matters

Rocking On! From grief to rebirth

November/December 2014
A daughter marvels as her mother goes from grief to an exuberant rebirth.

Magazine Article

In Consultation

The Many Guises of OCD

November/December 2014

Enduring recovery from obsessive compulsive disorder means riding out the demands of an inner bully.


Magazine Article

Out of the Tunnel

Escaping the Trance of Depression

November/December 2014
Depressed clients repeat the same thoughts, activities, feelings, and experiences again and again, as if entranced. Good depression treatment is largely about awakening them from this bad trance.

Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!

Point of View

The Malleability of Memory: Putting Psychotherapy on the Witness Stand

November/December 2014

During the false memory controversies of the 1990s, many therapists saw Elizabeth Loftus, one of the most honored psychologists in the history of the field, as public-enemy number one.


Magazine Article

The CBT Path Out of Depression

Two Perspectives on How It Works

November/December 2014
While widely acknowledged to be the most empirically supported therapy ever invented, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is often criticized for being too rigid and mechanical. Not so, say two of its foremost practitioners.

Magazine Article

The Depression Epidemic

Can Mood Science Save Us?

November/December 2014
It’s time to get beyond simplistic notions about “chemical imbalances” and finally reckon with how deeply rooted depression is in the uncertainties and false values of our 21st-century consumer culture.

Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!

The Power of How

Helping Depressed Clients Make Better Choices: An Interview with Michael Yapko

November/December 2014
One of the most useful ways of understanding depression is the stress generation model, based on the idea that depressed people need better skills and resources for managing life challenges so that they don’t wind up feeling trapped and victimized in their own lives.

Magazine Article

The Power of Small Changes

A Step-by-Step Approach to Treating Depression: An Interview with Judith Beck

November/December 2014
Relapse prevention begins in the first session, when we tell clients that we want to help them become their own therapists.

Magazine Article
November/December 2014
Depression Unmasked
Exposing a Hidden Epidemic
Magazine Issue

Bookmarks

Side By Side: No creative artist is an island

September/October 2014
Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs

An investigation of some of history’s most famous creative teams leads to the conclusion that no artist is an island.


Magazine Article

Bubble-Wrapping Our Children

The Perils of Overprotective Parenting

September/October 2014
We've become so focused on keeping children safe that we exaggerate the dangers they face despite the fact that they’ve never been safer. Still, no amount of statistical reports can get parents to stop hovering over their child. What’s a therapist to do?

Magazine Article

Case Study

Questions of Gender: A therapist struggles with the clinical choices he’s made

September/October 2014
A therapist takes an unflinching look at a puzzling case that spanned 14 years, wondering if he made a wrong turn.

Magazine Article

Clinician's Digest

Psychotherapy in the Media Spotlight

September/October 2014
Bessel van der Kolk, a leading trauma therapist, takes on the New York Times.

Magazine Article

Editor's Note

Growing Up In an Age of Distraction: Is There a Crisis of Pseudo-Connection in Today’s Families?

September/October 2014
Has the time come to consider whether the profound changes in our economy, technology, and culture over these last couple of decades have opened up a breach in the very experience of intimate connection in middle-class families around the world? And if so, what can we as therapists do about it?

Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!

Family Matters

Defying Nature’s Odds: Life is the grand exception

September/October 2014
From the first cell division to the final journey down the birth canal, risks and dangers abound.

Magazine Article

Getting Unhooked

Connecting with Traumatized Kids Who Push Your Buttons

September/October 2014
Most parents “loan” children their adult regulatory system beginning at birth. But developmentally traumatized teens have missed out on this opportunity when they were little. Thus, a major goal of therapy is to backfill this absolutely essential experience, which is often not an easy job.

Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!

In Consultation

The Power of the Pen in Therapy: Some journaling exercises to enhance your work

September/October 2014
Some guidelines for bringing the creative power of therapeutic journaling into your work.

Magazine Article

Point of View

The Tribal Classroom: Applying attachment theory in schools

September/October 2014
Lou Cozolino believes that attachment theory and neuroscience may offer the key to transforming our troubled educational system.

Magazine Article

The Downside of Happiness

Beware of What You Wish For

September/October 2014
Although happiness is widely beneficial, organizing one’s life around it can lead to a great deal of effort and time being spent unwisely. Trying too hard to be happy interferes with the pleasure, engagement, and meaning we could otherwise find in the world.

Magazine Article

The Rise of the Two-Dimensional Parent

Are Therapists Seeing a New Kind of Attachment?

September/October 2014
We used to think that disordered attachment was the result of early parental neglect or abuse. But today, has a paradoxical mix of parental overinvolvement and inattention led to a social epidemic of pseudo-attachment?

Magazine Article
Bonus - Read the entire article FREE!
September/October 2014
There & Not There
Growing up in an age of distraction
Magazine Issue
Page 20 of 52 (1281 Items)