May/June 2015View All Issues
Throughout history, for most people it was just expected that work was a difficult, tedious, underpaying, and often soul-killing grind. But in today’s world, something we call “burnout”—that mélange of weariness, depression, and apathy, seasoned with a tincture of cynicism—has become as pervasive as the common cold.
Little and Often
Using Micro-Practices for Self-Care
Don't Go It Alone
The Power of Focusing Partnerships
The Colors of Tomorrow
Highlights From Symposium 2015
After a brutal winter that would’ve given Ernest Shackleton pause, more than 3,700 therapists welcomed the opportunity to escape cabin fever, get out of the house, and greet spring at the 38th annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium. What follows are some of the highlights from this year’s exploration of the clinical innovations, scientific advances, and technological developments shaping the future of our field. Read More
Surviving Treatment Reviews
How to Speak the Language of Insurance Plans
The Use of Positive Childhood Triggers in Psychotherapy
Brave New Couples
What can science tell us about the changing face of couplehood today?
Getting Over Weight?
A Critic of our Cultural Obsession Goes Too Far
Never Too Late
A son reconstructs his story of his mother.