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Are We Taking Boundaries Too Seriously?

A Story About Breaking Tradition, and What Happened Afterwards

Michael Hoyt • 12/14/2017

By Michael Hoyt - We therapists tend to worry a lot about boundaries, sometimes to the point that we forget that sharing our humanity can be a gift, not a distortion. But when is it okay to go with our impulse and when is it wiser to hold back?

Daily Blog

Pets: Our Most Unassuming Teachers

A Special Feature from Our Family Matters Department

Michael Hoyt • 3/24/2017

By Michael Hoyt - A man reflects on the death of a beloved pet, his burial, and the ones that came before.

Daily Blog

Family Matters

Dust to Dust

Michael Hoyt • 3/1/2009

Throughout our lives, our pets are our most unassuming teachers.

Magazine Article

Love, Dr. Lagerfeld

Sometimes It's Okay to Trust Your Instincts

Michael Hoyt • 1/2/2009

We therapists tend to worry a lot about boundaries, sometimes to the point that we forget that sharing our humanity can be a gift, not a distortion.

Magazine Article
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Are We Taking Boundaries Too Seriously?

A Story About Breaking Tradition, and What Happened Afterwards

Michael Hoyt • 12/14/2017

By Michael Hoyt - We therapists tend to worry a lot about boundaries, sometimes to the point that we forget that sharing our humanity can be a gift, not a distortion. But when is it okay to go with our impulse and when is it wiser to hold back?

Daily Blog

Pets: Our Most Unassuming Teachers

A Special Feature from Our Family Matters Department

Michael Hoyt • 3/24/2017

By Michael Hoyt - A man reflects on the death of a beloved pet, his burial, and the ones that came before.

Daily Blog
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Family Matters

Dust to Dust

Michael Hoyt • 3/1/2009

Throughout our lives, our pets are our most unassuming teachers.

Magazine Article

Love, Dr. Lagerfeld

Sometimes It's Okay to Trust Your Instincts

Michael Hoyt • 1/2/2009

We therapists tend to worry a lot about boundaries, sometimes to the point that we forget that sharing our humanity can be a gift, not a distortion.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)
Michael F. Hoyt, Ph.D., is a senior staff psychologist at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Rafael, California. His most recent books are Some Stories Are Better than Others and Interviews with Brief Therapy Experts.