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Three Myths About Old Age

...And What We Can Learn from Our Older Peers About Aging Successfully

Jay Lebow • 1/14/2018

By Jay Lebow - By examining how older members of our society actually live and looking at what we can learn from people who age successfully, one study shifts the focus away from the deficits experienced in aging to the factors that permit individuals to function effectively, both physically and mentally, well into old age.

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Big Squeeze

No research? No reimbursement

Jay Lebow • 1/1/2010

A tipping point has been reached in the impact that psychotherapy research results, no matter of interest only among a small circle of academic, are going to have on what goes on day-to-day in therapists' offices.

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From Research To Practice

The Verdict Is Clear

Jay Lebow • 9/24/2009


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A Look at the Evidence

Top 10 Research Findings of the Last 25 Years

Jay Lebow • 3/1/2007

Whatever the skeptics say, our research editor argues that the last quarter-century has produced an astonishing amount of meaningful research. Here's the list of his Top 10 research developments of the past generation.

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From Research to Practice: Scoreboard for Couples Therapies

Which are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Couples therapy is on a roll. Whereas a mere 20 years ago, surveys showed that consumers didn't think much of it, today it's become increasingly accepted by the general public. Yet the research about couples therapy, as well as research about couples themselves--why some marriages succeed and others don't--hasn't kept pace with the growth of couples therapy.

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From Research to Practice: Scoreboard for Couples Therapies

Which are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Research can tell us a great deal about what works and what doesn't both in couples' relationships and couples therapy.

Magazine Article

Scoreboard for Couples Therapy

Which Are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Research can tell us a great deal about what works and what doesn't both in couples' relationships and couples therapy.

Magazine Article

Aging

Fact and Fiction

Jay Lebow • 7/7/1998

By examining how older members of our society actually live and looking at what we can learn from people who age successfully, one research study shifted the focus away from the deficits experienced in aging to the factors that permit individuals to function effectively, both physically and mentally, well into old age.

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Three Myths About Old Age

...And What We Can Learn from Our Older Peers About Aging Successfully

Jay Lebow • 1/14/2018

By Jay Lebow - By examining how older members of our society actually live and looking at what we can learn from people who age successfully, one study shifts the focus away from the deficits experienced in aging to the factors that permit individuals to function effectively, both physically and mentally, well into old age.

Daily Blog

From Research to Practice: Scoreboard for Couples Therapies

Which are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Couples therapy is on a roll. Whereas a mere 20 years ago, surveys showed that consumers didn't think much of it, today it's become increasingly accepted by the general public. Yet the research about couples therapy, as well as research about couples themselves--why some marriages succeed and others don't--hasn't kept pace with the growth of couples therapy.

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Big Squeeze

No research? No reimbursement

Jay Lebow • 1/1/2010

A tipping point has been reached in the impact that psychotherapy research results, no matter of interest only among a small circle of academic, are going to have on what goes on day-to-day in therapists' offices.

Magazine Article

From Research To Practice

The Verdict Is Clear

Jay Lebow • 9/24/2009


Magazine Article

A Look at the Evidence

Top 10 Research Findings of the Last 25 Years

Jay Lebow • 3/1/2007

Whatever the skeptics say, our research editor argues that the last quarter-century has produced an astonishing amount of meaningful research. Here's the list of his Top 10 research developments of the past generation.

Magazine Article

From Research to Practice: Scoreboard for Couples Therapies

Which are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Research can tell us a great deal about what works and what doesn't both in couples' relationships and couples therapy.

Magazine Article

Scoreboard for Couples Therapy

Which Are the Winners in the Latest Research?

Jay Lebow • 9/1/2006

Research can tell us a great deal about what works and what doesn't both in couples' relationships and couples therapy.

Magazine Article

Aging

Fact and Fiction

Jay Lebow • 7/7/1998

By examining how older members of our society actually live and looking at what we can learn from people who age successfully, one research study shifted the focus away from the deficits experienced in aging to the factors that permit individuals to function effectively, both physically and mentally, well into old age.

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Jay Lebow, Ph.D., is a contributing editor to the Psychotherapy Networker and clinical professor at Northwestern University. He's also senior therapist and research consultant at the Family Institute at Northwestern University.