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Mindfulness and Psychotherapies

May 26, 2020
Head outside your home right now and you’ll likely see empty streets, vacant tables at restaurants and deserted shelves at grocery stores. Conferences, sporting and theatrical events are being…
May 11, 2020
Each May as we enter a new Mental Health Month, I think about people. Talking about mental health and mental illness is not abstract to me. I think of family members, friends and patients. I think…
H. Steven Moffic, MD
April 22, 2020
“How shall the heart be reconciled to its feast of losses? . . .” Stanley Kunitz, from The Layers *** In our understanding of disaster, there is usually a stage of disillusionment after an…
April 03, 2020
“It’s just behaviors.” These three words of clarification from Deborah Birx, MD, the coronavirus response coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, were offered as part of the…
August 19, 2019
Experiencing countertransference in therapy is essentially unavoidable and can often lead to boundary violations in the patient-clinician relationship, a behavioral health consultant and educator…
April 15, 2019
Jamie Marich, PhD, advocates a buffet approach to expressive arts therapies in the treatment of trauma.
March 19, 2019
A therapist who now finds himself "in the loving embrace of change" urges professionals to help their clients overcome self-blame and negativity.
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