Therapy in the Media

Mental health news around the world
Article November 30, 2022

Is Our Culture Making Us Sick?

Gabor Maté on Stress and Disease

Gabor Maté's newest book is a reminder of the many ways in which we are not our symptoms. Read more

Article September 14, 2022

It’s All in Your Head?

A Primer on Chronic Pain

A new book by physician Haider Warraich reveals the untold story of chronic pain. Read more

Article September 14, 2022

Cultivating Positive Age Beliefs

The Impact of Ageism on Our Bodies and Minds

Yale researcher Becca Levy discusses how our beliefs about aging affect our wellbeing, regardless of age. Read more

Article July 13, 2022

Leaning toward the Light

Mary Pipher Turns Her Gaze Inward

In her new memoir, Mary Pipher refuses to dumb down what it takes to create a rewarding life. Read more

Article May 22, 2022

De-escalating Disputes

How Therapists Can Stop Runaway Conflict

Exploring “high conflict” with a bigger picture in mind. Read more

Article March 22, 2022

A Vehicle of Awakening

Can Psychotherapy Be a Spiritual Practice?

In The Zen of Therapy, psychiatrist Mark Epstein explores what a Buddhist therapy has offered his clients. Read more

Article January 7, 2022

Suicide as a State of Being

One Man's Ongoing Struggle

A new memoir from celebrated writer Donald Antrim reflects on the nature of suicide. Read more

Article January 7, 2022

Is Meditation as Safe as We Think?

The Risks We Don’t Talk About

Meditation is generally considered one of the safest practices for our clients. But one organization says that’s not always the case. Read more

Article September 15, 2021

The Plasticity of Personality

Can We Switch Our Stripes?

A new book explores the science of personality change. Read more

Article July 15, 2021

A Cacophony of Opinion

Can We Trust "Expert" Judgment?

Why is it that two or more experts in a given field can look at identical case histories and data and come up with broadly differing assessments and... Read more

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