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Please take a moment to put into words whatever stood out for you about today’s webinar.

It might be a particular bit of information, a new insight, a reaction to the overall experience of the session, or an unexpected connection that might not have occurred to you before. By contributing to the Comment Board, you’re not only stimulating your own brain, you're contributing to the entire group’s overall sense of discovery and exploration.

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09.13.2010   Posted In: M001 Dancing With Your Brain: Becoming a More Mindful Therapist   By Psychotherapy Networker
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    The Relationship Revolution

     

    Well, it’s arrived: the September/October issue is online! I think that this is a really special issue--truly, this topic of how our human relationships are affected by our digital ones is extremely relevant. Read more

    09.13.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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      Dan Siegel's September Series

       

      I think there’s just something universally difficult about coming back to everyday life after a long holiday weekend like Labor Day. Sometimes it’s because having that extra day to sleep in throws you off schedule, and sometimes it’s because that long weekend was actually spent accomplishing more on your ever-growing to-do list. In any case, most people seem to feel that their week afterward--even if the week is only four days!--is unusually tiresome.

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      09.10.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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        Back Issues: Oldies, But Goodies

         

        These days, news is considered “old” if a piece is written even a few hours ago. With so much technology at our fingertips, everyone strives to know what’s going on right now. It used to be that school textbooks might have been updated every few years or so but now, many are revised yearly to include current events or encourage new online resources. Read more

        08.31.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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          The Today Show Interviews “Emerging Adulthood” Author

           

          Early this morning, I thought my half-asleep mind must have been playing tricks on me when I heard the name Jeffrey Arnett--the author of “Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from the Late Teens to the Twenties” who I blogged about yesterday--on the Today show. But a few hours and cups of coffee later, I remembered to check out the Today show morning segments, and there he really was! Read more

          08.24.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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            This Generation of 20-somethings: Why Are They Different?

             

            Today is the first day of school. Not for me--as I sit in front of my office computer rather than in front of a professor--but for many. For those still in college, for my brother beginning his very first day of college classes, and for tons of other kids around the country. Some students don’t begin until after Labor Day, but you can almost feel it crackling in the air, that first-day-of-school expectancy fluttering around, affecting thousands of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and others. Read more

            08.23.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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              Eating Our Emotions—Judith Matz’s “Attuned Eating” Approach

               

              Recently, Judith Matz’s In Consultation article (July/August) received compliments from a reader who also specializes in emotional eating. “It’s about time this approach gets some mainstream lip service!” she writes. “This article so clearly articulates what is truly at issue here.” Read more

              08.12.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                Can Man’s Best Friend Experience PTSD From War?

                 

                I’ve been learning a bit about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) lately because in our upcoming September issue, we briefly explore technology intended to help individuals suffering from PTSD, particularly vets traumatized from experiences in Iraq.

                Today, this AP news article really caught my eye, which says that a German shepherd exhibited signs of PTSD after performing her duties with the military in Iraq.

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                08.04.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                  Networker Articles Admired By AlterNet Fans

                   

                  The Networker was featured again yesterday on news site, AlterNet.org--this time not just for one specific article, but to showcase the increasing popularity of Networker articles among its readers.

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                  07.30.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                    Journey into the Wilderness

                     

                    While immersing myself in Dick Anderson’s “Seeking the Silence” (July/August,) I felt that familiar feeling of awe that comes from observing someone do something that I could never do myself! It’s like when I’ve attended a particularly good concert, or when I've seen something remarkable like the performers in Cirque du Soleil. I always think, "Wow. . . I wish I could do that!"  Read more

                    07.29.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                      The “New Monogamy” Hits the News

                       

                      The Networker made the news earlier this week with one of the leading stories in our July issue, Tammy Nelson’s “The New Monogamy.” The Washington Post featured this piece in their Health section, displaying some of the more controversial ideas covered in Nelson’s article.

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                      07.23.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Jordan Magaziner
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                        Is the “New Monogamy” New? And other reactions

                         

                        Thanks, Deborah A., for posting such an informative comment on the online version of Tammy Nelson’s “The New Monogamy.” Deborah complimented the article as “honest, insightful, and self-disclosing” but she also said that she’s “amused and disturbed” by the label of new monogamy.

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                        07.19.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Jordan Magaziner
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                          “The New Monogamy”

                           

                          I thought this month’s issue was so interesting, to say the least! I feel that the “new monogamy,” as author Tammy Nelson puts it, is definitely reflected in everyday life and in the media. I was also intrigued by the cover question: “Can we have our cake and eat it too?” Read more

                          07.12.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                            Lynn Grodzki's Marketing Within Your Comfort Zone

                             

                            Today, part 2 of Lynn Grodzki’s Practice-building in Hard Times, fit perfectly with the themes and strategies she emphasized last Wednesday. She focused today on marketing within our comfort zones, Read more

                            06.22.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                              Lynn Grodzki's Practice-Building in Hard Times

                               

                              Today’s session with Lynn Grodzki was incredibly clear, practical, and insightful. Although I don’t have a private psychotherapy practice, I learned a lot of important information that would be helpful to anybody especially in these rough economic times. Read more

                              06.16.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                                Rich Simon to be Awarded Mental Health Media Prize

                                 

                                Editor Rich Simon--our very own Networker rock star--will be honored for his editorial excellence with The Erikson Institute Prize for Excellence in Mental Health Media. This new award, presented by the Erik H. Erikson Institute for Education and Research, pays tribute to Rich Simon as well as NPR reporter Alix Spiegel and Erica Goode of The New York Times. Read more

                                06.11.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                                  Lynn Grodzki's

                                   

                                  To everyone who registered for today's one-on-one with Lynn Grodzki: everyone here at Psychotherapy Networker sincerely apologizes for the inconvenience. We are so sorry about the technical difficulties that happened today, and are working to ensure that this will never happen again.

                                  Please tune in for Lynn Grodzki's session to explore how to "survive and thrive" in these difficult times, next Wednesday, 12-1 pm. More information and details are soon to come.

                                  Thanks so much again for your patience.

                                  06.08.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                                    The Tug-of-War over Trauma

                                     

                                    Susan Clancy’s article, “The Trauma Myth”, published in the March/April Networker, is getting renewed buzz from its recent appearance on Alternet.com. This excerpt, from her book with the same title, has fueled a wide range of reactions, from appreciation to disgust.

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                                    06.08.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                                      Positively Controversial--Ehrenreich’s Book is causing a Stir

                                       

                                      Barbara Ehrenreich’s 2009 book about the intricacies of positive psychology--which she doesn’t think is such a positive contribution to the country--has evoked strong emotions from its readers.

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                                      05.28.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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                                        The New American Family: One-on-One with Ron Taffel

                                         

                                        Today’s one-on-one between Ron Taffel and Rich Simon about the “New American Family” was fascinating for me especially as I’ve grown up as part of this new era. I completely related to everything Taffel described--the powerful influence of the peer group, the “second family”, the dwindling sense of hierarchy, and the lack of rituals.

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                                        05.26.2010   Posted In: NETWORKER EXCHANGE   By Psychotherapy Networker
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