Mary Pipher on Activism: Applying our Healing Skills in the Wider World
Bestselling author and retired psychotherapist Mary Pipher makes a case for therapists’ having the know-how to become effective social activists---and for why saving the environment isn’t such a lost cause.
Symposium 2010 Starts a New Kind of Conversation
It may seem strange to think of 3,000 people getting together in the lap of hotel luxury as a "primitive tribal gathering," but the Networker Symposium definitely isn't your everyday psychotherapy meeting.
The Enduring Mystery of Temperament
Clinicians have long considered theories that emphasize inborn predispositions as antiquated and even reactionary. but the work of researchers like Jerome Kagan and startling developments in fields like behavioral molecular genetics are making therapists think again.
Temperament and the Elusive Concept of Normality
An understanding of the inborn dimensions of human temperament reveals that the concept of "normal" is far richer and more expansive than previously imagined.
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