Sherry Turkle Sees e-Life at the Crossroads
MIT professor Sherry Turkle has spent the last 30 years studying what our machines have come to mean to us, and how they're altering--sometimes radically--our experience of intimacy, privacy, personal identity, and human connection.
Whatever Became of Feminism?: Harriet Lerner on the Legacy of the Women's Movement
Whatever happened to feminism? Psychologist and bestselling author Harriet Lerner offers some perspective.
The Best Clinical Resources on the Web
A guide to the wealth of websites and message boards that can be useful to clients and therapists alike.
Movie Magic: The Search for Transcendence in a Celluloid World
Virtual Reality Therapy
Wilderness Solitude Opens New Doorways into the Self
At an age when many are sticking even closer to their couches and remote controls, a restless soul decides to seize his last chance to explore the wilderness alone.
The old family house consoles a grieving daughter
- Is therapist privacy a thing of the past? - Creating networks of therapists - A cautionary tale about self-help books - The new DSM's take on personality disorders - The brain-scan wars
A new awareness for our time
Our collective survival depends on a shift in our most basic assumptions and perceptions, one that'll drive changes in commerce and industry, as well as in our individual actions and behaviors.
The Art of the Practical: The Triumphs and Limits of Psychotherapy
From Freud to Zoloft, the story of therapy in this country has been the triumph of pragmatism over esoteric theory.
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