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Family Matters

A New Turn in the Road: Life at 94

David Seaburn • 5/8/2017

The life of a seemingly frail 94-year-old takes a surprising turn.

Magazine Article

Therapeutic Creativity with a Storyteller's Mindset

A Clinician Explores the Intersection of Creative Writing and Psychotherapy

David Seaburn • 5/12/2016

By David Seaburn - Both doing psychotherapy and the writing of fiction are about stories. The essence of the art of both pursuits is the openness to the possibility that, no matter how small, no matter how fleeting, things might not only be different, but, perhaps, better.

Daily Blog

Family Matters

The Bonds that Sustain Us: A Family Weathers a Time of Uncertainty

David Seaburn • 3/8/2016

What parent doesn’t know the ache of helplessness that comes when you can’t do anything for your child but feel entirely responsible anyway?

Magazine Article

Family Matters

A Palm under the Moon: A grandpa’s love story

David Seaburn • 9/1/2015

A young child’s bedroom is a place for magic and enchantment.

Magazine Article

Family Matters

Defying Nature’s Odds: Life is the grand exception

David Seaburn, David Seaburn • 9/11/2014

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

Magazine Article

Family Matters

More More Time: Discovering the Endless Present

David Seaburn, David Seaburn • 9/5/2013

A new retiree discovers the elusive secret of the endless present.

Magazine Article
Copyright:
4/8/2013
Authors:
RON TAFFEL, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
 
MARTHA STRAUS, PHD
 
DAVID SEABURN, PHD, LMFT
 
LAWRENCE DILLER, MD
 
MATTHEW SELEKMAN, MSW, LCSW
 
VICTOR SHKLYAREVSKY, PSYD
 
TERRY HARGRAVE, PHD
 
ADAM COX, PHD, ABPP
Product:
NRC095569
Type:
$49.99 USD

The Stories We Live

In therapy--as in Fiction--There’s Always Possibility

David Seaburn • 6/1/2011

Both doing psychotherapy and the writing of fiction are about stories. The essence of the art of both pursuits is the openness to the possibility that, no matter how small, no matter how fleeting, things might not only be different, but, perhaps, better.

Magazine Article

Winter Passage

Acknowledging Spirituality in Life's Final Journey

David Seaburn • 9/1/2007

Drawing on spiritual resources can ease the pain and sorrow of death for client and therapist alike.

Magazine Article

Hallway Therapy

Systems Thinking Goes to the Classroom

David Seaburn • 1/1/2007

A therapist takes us along on a typical week providing family-oriented mental health services in the hurly-burly of a school setting.

Magazine Article
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Copyright:
4/8/2013
Authors:
RON TAFFEL, PHD
 
MARY SYKES WYLIE, PHD
 
MARTHA STRAUS, PHD
 
DAVID SEABURN, PHD, LMFT
 
LAWRENCE DILLER, MD
 
MATTHEW SELEKMAN, MSW, LCSW
 
VICTOR SHKLYAREVSKY, PSYD
 
TERRY HARGRAVE, PHD
 
ADAM COX, PHD, ABPP
Product:
NRC095569
Type:
$49.99 USD
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Therapeutic Creativity with a Storyteller's Mindset

A Clinician Explores the Intersection of Creative Writing and Psychotherapy

David Seaburn • 5/12/2016

By David Seaburn - Both doing psychotherapy and the writing of fiction are about stories. The essence of the art of both pursuits is the openness to the possibility that, no matter how small, no matter how fleeting, things might not only be different, but, perhaps, better.

Daily Blog
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Family Matters

A New Turn in the Road: Life at 94

David Seaburn • 5/8/2017

The life of a seemingly frail 94-year-old takes a surprising turn.

Magazine Article

Family Matters

The Bonds that Sustain Us: A Family Weathers a Time of Uncertainty

David Seaburn • 3/8/2016

What parent doesn’t know the ache of helplessness that comes when you can’t do anything for your child but feel entirely responsible anyway?

Magazine Article

Family Matters

A Palm under the Moon: A grandpa’s love story

David Seaburn • 9/1/2015

A young child’s bedroom is a place for magic and enchantment.

Magazine Article

Family Matters

Defying Nature’s Odds: Life is the grand exception

David Seaburn, David Seaburn • 9/11/2014

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

Magazine Article

Family Matters

More More Time: Discovering the Endless Present

David Seaburn, David Seaburn • 9/5/2013

A new retiree discovers the elusive secret of the endless present.

Magazine Article

The Stories We Live

In therapy--as in Fiction--There’s Always Possibility

David Seaburn • 6/1/2011

Both doing psychotherapy and the writing of fiction are about stories. The essence of the art of both pursuits is the openness to the possibility that, no matter how small, no matter how fleeting, things might not only be different, but, perhaps, better.

Magazine Article

Winter Passage

Acknowledging Spirituality in Life's Final Journey

David Seaburn • 9/1/2007

Drawing on spiritual resources can ease the pain and sorrow of death for client and therapist alike.

Magazine Article

Hallway Therapy

Systems Thinking Goes to the Classroom

David Seaburn • 1/1/2007

A therapist takes us along on a typical week providing family-oriented mental health services in the hurly-burly of a school setting.

Magazine Article
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David Seaburn is a writer living near Rochester, New York. His latest novel is Chimney Bluffs. He's recently completed another novel, titled More More Time.