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Article May 1, 1994

Long-Distance Therapy

Helping an isolated family heal their trauma
Annie Wenger-Keller

From the May/June 1994 issue IN THE SPRING OF 1991, MY MOTHER, A MENNONITE AND a nurse-midwife, called me from rural Pennsylvania. “Can you give me... Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Life can be sweet just play it by the numbers Read more

Article May 1, 1994

THE PAST FEW YEARS HAVE NOT#160; been friendly to psychotherapists.#160; Probably no other contemporary field has suffered so many widely publicized body blows... Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Appasionata

Fables and fairy tales and fires in our souls

From the May/June 1994 issue NOW THAT THE EXPIRATION DATES HAVE PASSED ON OUR familiar fables and fairy tales about gender, it is time to create some new... Read more

Article May 1, 1994
Gillian Walker and Susan Shimmerlik

Millions of learning-disabled adults rely on intellectual guerrilla tactics to survive. Read more

Article March 1, 1994

Following the Money

Why fewer and fewer men are becoming therapists.
Ilene Philipson

If the male perspective is lost entirely from our profession, the culture will once again see emotional work as women's work, and I think we all will lose Read more

Article March 1, 1994

Challenging cases are the least of many therapists' worries these days. The Golden Age of Private Practice is coming to an end and no one is-quite sure what... Read more

Article March 1, 1994

From the March/April 1994 issue We have grown used to having front-row seats during natural and political cataclysms like the Los Angeles earthquake... Read more

Article March 1, 1994
Olga Silverstein and Beth Rashbaum

Not only does his mother withdraw from him, she may even defer to him at this stage, which can be just as upsetting. Out of fear of emasculating him a boy... Read more

Article March 1, 1994

The adaptations necessary to make it in the competitive world of managed care go against many therapists' psychological grain. Read more