The Problem with the Borderline Diagnosis: Getting Beyond the Label
Have we unfairly pathologized clients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder?
Immigration and Trauma: How Can Therapists Help?
How therapists can help the traumatized community of immigrants and asylum seekers.
Breaking the Unspoken Rule: A MeToo Memory Offers Healing
A MeToo memory leads a mother and daughter to connectionand healing.
Changing Attitudes Toward Addiction Treatment
Until they’ve done the challenging and sometimes painful work in therapy, many people can’t even begin to imagine curtailing their drug use. For them, therapy is a before, not an after; and their engagement in therapy, rather than their abstinence, is the primary goal of treatment.
Are We Ready to Talk Pot?
Thirty-three states and the District of Columbia have legalized medicinal or recreational marijuana, or both. But sizeable protests against legalization are emerging, often aided or helmed by psychiatrists concerned by the drug’s potential effects on young people.
Where’s the Leverage for Change?
The conflict between an older, more traditional view of masculinity and a newer, more progressive one is the underlying issue in many marriages today. Helping these couples means violating many of the fundamental principles in the traditional therapy playbook.
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The Biotech Dragon: A Kid-Friendly Approach to Self-Regulation
Engaging kids in talk therapy is often a frustrating struggle. So what happens when you introduce a video game and some cool bioresponsive tech?
The Last Joke: The Pathos of a May-December Marriage
A shared sense of humor can help couples make heavy issues feel lighter. But what happens when there’s no one there to get the joke?
Coming Face to Face with Our Ancestors
For decades, Bert Hellinger and his Family Constellations approach have been a lightning rod for controversy. But the latest research on epigenetics and the multigenerational impact of trauma have given new credibility to some of the underlying principles of this work.
Peter Levine’s Bottom-Up Approach to Healing
Body psychotherapy, once shrouded in controversy, has gained growing acceptance in the wider field. So how do these popular bottom-up approaches actually work?
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