Issues & Developments

Tracking the evolution of our field
Article November 11, 2021

Rage Rooms

Stress Relief’s New Darlings?

Are rage rooms a passing fad? Or a symptom of a larger issue? Read more

Article November 11, 2021

Beyond the Brain-Body Split

A Relational Neuroscience Perspective

Thinking about behavior only in terms of reinforcement and consequence is outdated. It’s not mind over matter. It’s both. Are new therapists getting that... Read more

Article September 15, 2021

Editor's Note - September/October 2021

Clinicians’ Attitudes Toward Their Own Struggles

As the culture’s sanctioned authorities on mental health, therapists are still widely expected to be equanimous in the face of inner turmoil. So, outside of... Read more

Article January 8, 2021

Managing Therapist Burnout

Eight Tips for Resetting in 2021

How do we hit the reset button as we begin a new year? Research on burnout across professions says the answer isn’t less work but rather more meaning and an... Read more

Article December 30, 2020

Bridging the Gap

School–Therapy Collaboration in Trying Times

Although it’s never been easy to take oh-so-familiar systems principles and put them to work in real life, the devastating sweep of the pandemic has made... Read more

Article December 30, 2020

Reaching “Unreachable” Teens & Tweens

12 Tips to Get You in the Side Door

Building a relationship with heavily armored, developmentally regressed, profoundly sad adolescents is no small feat. They don’t exactly let you in the front... Read more

Article December 17, 2020

Esther Perel on Adapting to Uncertainty

And How Relationships Are Changing in a Pandemic

There’s a profound change occurring in our relationship to space. In working remotely, it feels at times like we’re doing home visits. In video calls, we... Read more

Article June 30, 2020

Detours on the Fertility Journey

Helping Clients Navigate Their Options

Over 48 million couples experience infertility every year, and over 20 percent of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Although hope and love propel most people... Read more

Article May 1, 2020

Radical Compassion in Challenging Times

Handling Worry with RAIN

At times, when things fall apart, as they are in our world right now, each of us has an essential medicine to offer. So the inquiry—Who do you want to be... Read more

Article May 1, 2020

Isolation and Self-Care

Singing from the Balconies

Even in a restrictive time like this, when so many of us are divorced from the ordinary structures of our lives, there are practical things we can do to... Read more

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