Few of Us Can Resist the Seduction of the Internet
Have you ever noticed how often you surf the net or check e-mail when you feel bored or restless or depressed, as if relief is just a click away? The Internet doesn't just provide information or social connection: it can be its own form of cybercoke.
The Way To Say It... What to do when your hot buttons get pushed
Some practical guidelines for handling confrontive and critical clients.
Working with Alcoholics: AA as a crucial adjunct to therapy
Therapists need to get beyond the common misconception about Alcoholics Anonymous.
Helping Asperger's clients find connection
To go through life with Asperger's as an adult is like walking onto a stage and being the only actor who doesn't know the lines or plot. But as the condition becomes better understood, therapists are developing ways to provide stages directions that can make a difference.
Reversing Chronic Pain: Ten steps to reduce suffering
More and more chronic pain patients are being referred to therapists after their physicians conclude that they show every appearance of being healed.
There's no shortcut to lasting change
Many clients believe that the therapy process all by itself will magically improve their lives and relationships. We must help them recognize that without their own consistent efforts, therapy is unlikely to give them what they want.
Enlisting the ODD Child: How to move beyond the power struggle
Helping kids with OCD begins with getting past the many myths surrounding the disorder.
Once skeptical about the value of regularly seeking client feedback, therapists at a public agency become true believers.
Psychodynamic therapy makes a comeback * New hope for the treatment of bipolar depression * Psychotherapy for infants * Diagnosing pediatric bipolar disorder * Promoting self-help * A new trauma diagnosis * How well do therapists diagnose?
Something For Nothing
Shoplifting, now a worldwide epidemic, is curiously neglected by the mental health field.
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