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Family Matters

Rhythm Guitar: Stepping Out of a Big Brother's Shadow

January/February 2021
Finding harmony in a difficult sibling relationship.

Celebrating the Creative Journey

A Writer's Remembrance

March/April 2021
Even for seasoned writers, being edited by Rich wasn't an easy process, but it led them to the murky, half-buried thing waiting below the surface—the thing that actually mattered.
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Editor's Note

May/June 2021
I’m inspired by the courage of the therapists featured in this issue, who are stretching beyond their customary professional roles to apply their clinical skills in new ways. It takes commitment, an adventurous spirit, and often it’s a juggling act. But their common goal—and their passion—is to expand access to those too often shut out of the mental health system.
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Community Wisdom

Walking in Balance with Indigenous Cultures

May/June 2021
In working with an Indigenous community, a therapist learns the importance of walking with his clients, not out in front of them.

Hip Hop Therapy

The Healing Power of Giving Kids the Mic

May/June 2021
The process of creating beats and lyrics is rooted in therapeutic practices. At one South Bronx high school, a school social worker has traded the therapy room for the music studio.
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Case Study

Evoking the Inner Artist: How to Replace Discomfort with Creativity

May/June 2021
Vulnerability, doubt, fear, and uncertainty—feelings most people try to avoid—are essential to cultivating creativity.

Point of View

Casting a Wider Therapeutic Net: Dr. Joy on Therapy for Black Girls

May/June 2021
The founder of a rapidly growing online community helps young Black women candidly discuss and destigmatize mental health issues.

The Fox and the Hedgehog

Flexibility and Focus in the Therapy Room

July/August 2021
As a therapist, is it better to adapt an eclectic approach or specialize in the one you believe in most? Perhaps the answer isn’t as simple as it seems.

Point of View

The Angry Therapist: Transparency as a Therapeutic Tool

July/August 2021
John Kim believes that a therapist’s own vulnerability helps clients feel comfortable enough to bare their own souls—and he practices what he preaches.

Family Matters

Hanging Out with Dick Van Dyke: A Lesson in Stepping Up

September/October 2021
An encounter with a superstar teaches a young woman about courage.
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