Contributed by Kevin McKenzie

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You've Got to Be Kidding

The Power of Humor in Therapy

Shared laughter is an attachment language. Though therapists usually engage more knowingly with tears, the exchange of brighter affect is another kind of... Read more

You Can Do Anything

The Outsized Dreams of Adolescents

What if we stopped looking to modify the unique functioning of the teenage brain—delusional though it may be at times—and did more to foster the creative... Read more

Kevin McKenzie

Kevin McKenzie is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England. His work and training have focused on integrating developmental and interpersonal perspectives in therapy with adults and emerging adults.