I think that this article offers some excellent suggestions for parents if you’re contemplating bringing or have already brought your child to psychotherapy. While I think the article is most relevant for children 12 and under, there are principles that could also be applicable to adolescents. http://saraschwartzgluck.com/helping-child-make-time-psychotherapy/
Actually, has he ever left? This is an important article. The psychoanalytic community has had a curious affair with neuroscience. Some analytic clinicians feel that years of deep work repeatedly demonstrate its effectiveness and would rather not look to science to legitimitize its practice. However, in today’s world, without objective research and scientific backing, psychoanalysis’ […]
Check out this thought provoking, Dear Abby-esque inquiry & response. What do you think? http://www.thenation.com/article/asking-for-a-friend-is-it-me-or-is-it-capitalism/ While it seems unrelated, I found myself thinking of this clip that I saw of Lady Gaga earlier today. She’s speaking to the lies that we can buy into (which we all do) https://www.facebook.com/thepeoplesvoicetv/videos/562976593849786/and how we’re losing connection with […]
I love this video and I’m really into what School of Life You Tube Channel is putting out. Debunking the process, a little bit at a time and moving beyond the stigma.
Little girl explains Her Needs to Mom, who’s separating from Dad.
An architect shares her views of the psychotherapeutic frame, reminding us how extensive that frame really is. Read her thoughts HERE
“Perfectionism is self-abuse of the highest order.” – Anne Wilson Schaef “Perfectionism is the voice of the opressor, the enemy of the people.” -Anne Lamott Just over the fence from one of the country’s most prestigious and sought after educational insitutions (Stanford), an alarming number of teens have taken their own lives within the last […]
The Atlantic is such a gem. I read this article this morning. Re: Our Relationship