Archives for Therapy

Saving Detective Goren: First, Diffuse Worst Fear

Usually, I let blatant misrepresentations of my profession in the media simply slide. Who has the time? Plus, psychotherapy isn’t the only one suffering from a “Hollywood makeover”—just ask Ladies of the Night how much their life resembles Julia Roberts’ in Pretty Woman. But, when one of my all-time favorite
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Is Anger The Kathy Griffin Of Emotions?

“Anger as soon as fed is dead- ‘Tis starving makes it fat.” Emily Dickinson Asking someone who is mad “What’s underneath the anger?” has become such a widely accepted catchall pseudo-caring response that I fear being outcast for suggesting otherwise. It patronizes, rejects and invalidates the person’s feelings and tops
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Sadness Gone Mad

On the surface, 27-year-old Bill Zeller was on track for a life of success and content. He was a popular fifth-year doctoral student in Princeton’s computer science program and had already made headlines for creating software programs such as MyTunes and Graph your Inbox. But in the early morning hours
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Top 10 Benefits Of Therapy

1. The gift that keeps on giving: Research has shown that the benefits of therapy continue long after treatment has concluded. 2. Live Better: Therapy can reduce mental suffering by alleviating depression, anxiety, and addictions, eating disorders, sleeping problems and many more. By doing so, it greatly improves your enjoyment
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