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.
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.
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?
Hanging It Up
What are the signs that it’s finally time for a therapist to stop seeing clients?
Listening to Inner Parts that Hold the Hurt
If most chronic pain is maintained by complex mind–body interactions, how can therapists help treat it?
The Transformative Power of Loss: Helping Clients Cope with Aging and Grief
Facilitating bereavement support groups for aging clients.
Rhythm Guitar: Stepping Out of a Big Brother's Shadow
Finding harmony in a difficult sibling relationship.
Resilience and Strength in Perilous Times
A cancer diagnosis, while devastating, can be a powerful teacher. Through the fear and anxiety, we can discover how to reliably calm ourselves and ask for support.
Hanging Out with Dick Van Dyke: A Lesson in Stepping Up
An encounter with a superstar teaches a young woman about courage.
Embracing a Shared Retirement Vision: Helping Older Couples Make Rewarding Choices
Helping older couples create a shared vision for their retirement years.
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