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Article March 1, 2024

Social Anxiety in Kids

How Our Good Intentions Make It Worse

Making accommodations for socially anxious kids can be easier than getting them off their phones and out of their rooms—but it’s also dangerous. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Scarred, Not Scary

Bringing Disfigurement Out of the Shadows

Therapists can help disfigured clients build the necessary skills to navigate the documented reality that they’re often avoided, judged, and asked invasive... Read more

Article March 1, 2024

What Story Does Your Voice Tell?

Insights from a Speech Coach

When we can explore our relationship to our own voice, we can harness one of the most direct paths to authenticity and connection. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

A Comedy about Breaking the Rules of Therapy

'Shrinking' is Sweet and Unrealistic—and That's Okay

For therapists, the TV comedy Shrinking is a low-impact escape that still contains echoes of the messy, wrenching work they do. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Inviting Your Inner Critic for Coffee

Why Is It So Hard to Show Up for Ourselves?

When it comes to self-talk, a therapist explores our tendency to be our worst enemy. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Unlocking the Potential of Holistic Healing

Four Strategies to Bring the Body into Therapy

As the world embraces the theory of how trauma is captured in the body, clinicians are introducing clients to holistic healing techniques like sound baths and... Read more

Article March 1, 2024

I Want to Be My Client's Friend

A Taboo Longing in the Therapy Room

How far is friendship from the special type of closeness we call the therapeutic relationship? Read more

Article March 1, 2024

In Search of The Great Male Friend

One Man’s Quest for Intimacy

Grown men don’t say things like “I’ve got nobody to play with.” Or do they? A journalist explores what therapists are seeing across the country: the... Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Esther Perel on the Art of Making Friends

Skills for Cultivating Vibrant Connections

Navigating the potential discomfort of opening ourselves up to others is a skill we all have to learn through trial and error. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Emotional Support Animals

Cures or Crutches?

In the last few decades, pets who offer company and calm have become therapeutic tools to help people manage their mental health. Read more

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