May/June 2014View All Issues
No other single condition tests the therapeutic relationship quite so stringently, demands so much from the clinician, or combines so many disparate treatment challenges in one messy package as the traumatized client.
Outside the Box
Bringing Families into Trauma Treatment
When Victims Victimize Others
Some Clients Challenge our Capacity for Compassion
Engaging the Emotional Brain
Highlights from Symposium 2014
Do Brain Games Build Cognitive Muscle?
Grim Job Prospects for Mental Health Grad
The Case for Neurofeedback
Rewiring the brain in the consulting room
Rush to Judgment
Beware of the ADHD diagnosis
Brain Imaging and Psychotherapy
Why is it so controversial?
The evidence that AA works is many steps behind
Me and My Belly
A Lifelong Relationship