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A Legacy of Living with Courage

Discovering the Watchful Heart

March/April 2021
The legacies of extraordinary people we’ve lost invite us to embrace the examples they’ve left behind. But how exactly do we do it?
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Reflections on Rich

Friends Celebrate His Life and Legacy

March/April 2021
Sharing how Rich Simon impacted our lives—and the field as a whole.
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Facing the Waves

Therapy in the Surf Circle

May/June 2021
Learning to surf requires awareness, focus, and flexibility—perhaps the most essential qualities for navigating the complexities of life. For some young clients, the ocean is proving to be a powerful co-therapist.
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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.

Access for All

Tackling Therapy’s Biggest Challenge

May/June 2021
Will screening peer counselors for empathy create an affordable, effective option for the tens of millions of Americans who can’t access therapy, or perhaps don’t want it?

Courts of Dignity

Replacing Punishment with Compassion

May/June 2021
A movement to integrate trauma-informed care into our justice system aims to decriminalize mental illness and address a foundational cause of mass incarceration.
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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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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.
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