July/August 2019View All Issues
For a long while, most of us thought we had the signs and signals of teenage girls down: the growing obsession with friends, the pain of peer rejection, the rebellions both large and small. All that’s still going on, but in a tech-based world that can feel far more uncertain.
The World of Adolescent Girls
Helping Them Find Their North Star
Craving Device-Free Attention
Technoconflicts in Families Today
Therapists are used to adolescent girls grumbling about their hovering, overinvolved parents. But these days, many have a new complaint—technoference in the home. Even as they’re tethered to their own screens, teens are wanting more, not less, of their digitally distracted parents’ attention. Read More
Working with Difficult Men
Where’s the Leverage for Change?
Therapists in a Fishbowl
The Challenges of Small-Town Practice
The Biotech Dragon
A Kid-Friendly Approach to Self-Regulation
Terminal Illness and the Choice to Die
What's the Therapist's Role?
The Vicious Cycle of Silence
How We Can Better Protect Victims of Domestic Abuse
The Last Joke
The Pathos of a May-December Marriage