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The Truth About Bullying: How therapists can help harassed kids
While some believe the incidence of school bullying has reached epidemic proportions, therapists remain largely uninformed about the nature of the problem and what to do about it.
Kids These Days
The old compact between family and society—each doing its part to protect and promote the whole—seems to be badly strained, if not flat-out broken. Thus, the semi-facetious question on our cover, “Are Parents Obsolete?” alludes to deadly serious challenges not just to parents, but to the entire institution of parenting itself.
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What Neuroscience is Teaching Us About Connecting With Our Kids
Our growing understanding of attachment and the processes that shape the parenting brain are opening new possibilities for helping stressed-out parents who are turned off to their own children.
Beyond Clinical Correctness: Unearthing the logic of the client’s solution
An understanding of the unconventional ways people demonstrate resilience is important in helping us avoid pathologizing clients and stop believing there’s only one clinically “correct” way to help them.
The Sadness Ghost: A 6-year-old discovers the power of his imagination
It’s not necessarily that sadness must always be avoided, but maybe we need to find a way to give it its place.
Understanding the Health Implications of Early Life Trauma
While it's common knowledge that childhood trauma can have far-reaching consequences for adult mental health, its impact on adult physical health is less obvious. Now a new study demonstrates an astonishing correlation between childhood maltreatment and a vast range of later-life illnesses.
On the Front Lines
A young orphan in Rwanda learns to get beyond an experience of unimaginable horror.
Listening to Your Heart: Sometimes Life's Greatest Gifts are Disguised as Disappointments
A mother deals with the news that her child will have a lifelong impairment.
Going, Going, Gone: A young boy finds his Charon for the final journey
An ill child finds his place among a group of other boys in again men's bodies.
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