Putting Big Pharma on the Couch
In 1986, people being treated for depression were twice as likely to be in therapy as to be taking pills. Now, for every person in therapy, there are four times as many taking pills for depression. Isn’t it time we stage our comeback?
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A Controversial Study on Abortion Offers Surprising Findings
Whatever one’s position on abortion, it’s hard to dispute that the debate has ramped up radically over the last year.
How both therapy and the challenges adolescents face have changed in the digital age.
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.
Highlights from Symposium 2019
Mary Pipher, author of the classic Reviving Ophelia and nine subsequent books, was this year’s recipient of the Networker’s Lifetime Achievement Award for her many contributions to broadening the perspective of the field and expanding its moral imagination.
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.
Who Am I to Judge? The Question of the "Good Enough" Parent
A child-custody consultant wrestles with the question of what is a good enough mother.
Where the Trauma Never Ends: Inside Chicago’s Urban War Zones
Chicago’s inner city has long been termed an “urban war zone.” A new book by acclaimed journalist Alex Kotlowitz reveals the personal stories of trauma and grief, as well as solace and support, that unfold over one summer.
The Shopping Trip: Showing Up Is Its Own Reward
Sometimes you learn your most important life lessons from the person who most frustrates and disappoints you.
The Scourge of Opioids
A new book takes a close-up look at the opioid epidemic in America.
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