How Private Practice Can Survive COVID-19
Discovering new possibilities for private practice in a time of upheaval—and planning for more uncertainty.
Listening to Suicidal Clients: How to Get Beyond our Fears
A suicidologist opens up about her personal struggles and what actually helps when working with suicidal clients.
A VAST Difference: Depathologizing ADHD
Rather than a curse, Ned Hallowell believes an ADHD diagnosis can be a blessing.
Community Matters: New Possibilities for Mental Health
A passionate advocate for mental health in underserved communities confronts the question, “Why don’t more black people go to treatment, and why don’t they take their kids?”
Research or Reality? The Flawed Science of Psychotherapy
As academic researchers continue the push for manualized, protocol-driven therapy, a psychodynamic therapist pushes back.
Immigration and Trauma: How Can Therapists Help?
How therapists can help the traumatized community of immigrants and asylum seekers.
Terminal Illness and the Choice to Die
A number of states have passed legislation giving terminal patients the option of medical aid in dying. What therapists need to know about helping patients and families as they move through that emotionally fraught process.
From Symposium Storytelling Evening 2019
“Whoops,” I said, thinking this was a lighthearted moment. “Looks like you should’ve gone with that other psychologist.” But Ted didn’t joke back.
A Therapist Switches Chairs: From Clinician to Client to Author
In her latest bestselling book, Lori Gottlieb offers an unusually intimate look at her experience as both a therapist and a client.
Toward a New Vision for Healthcare: Bringing Therapists and Physicians Together
When it comes to addressing the profound impact of trauma, pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris is calling for primary care physicians and therapists to develop new forms of collaboration that could transform our healthcare system.