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Why Do Kids with Autism Have More Gastrointestinal Problems?

Parents of children with autism have long reported a cornucopia of symptoms that don’t show up in the official autism literature. For many of these kids, chronic gastrointestinal... Read More

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Power, Love, and Mindfulness: Three Interpersonal Dimensions

Therapists today adopt and adapt therapeutic practices and philosophies that have been practiced, developed, and studied over many decades, and new modalities emerge every day. Many... Read More

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Practical Strategies for Coping with ADHD in the Workplace

As children, individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity, better known as ADHD, rarely have much control over their environments at school. As an adult, one would hope that you... Read More

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Making Sense of Sensitivity: How to Help Your Anxious Child

These days, most of us live with some degree of stress. For kids, between their homework, friends, after-school activities, sports, and worries about getting into college, it’s a... Read More

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Why Mindfulness Alone Isn’t Enough for Growth

As we develop in the practice of mindfulness, our capacity to be with our experience increases, and our relationship with ourselves softens and becomes sweeter. Being with our experience... Read More

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Miscarriages at Full Term: How Do Couples Cope?

I lost my breath. Stunned beyond words, I froze as I learned that a friend and her husband lost their baby in utero at full term. In that moment, my mind attempted to refuse such a... Read More

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Are You Financially Compatible with Your Significant Other?

It’s tax season! You know, the time of year when couples argue about finances a little more than usual. This time of year often brings out the differences in partners concerning the... Read More

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The Power of Forgiveness: You Decide When the Harm Ends

In the largest context, forgiveness has the awesome power to stop the cycles of revenge and violence that drive egregious abuses of power. Dr. Frederic Luskin, author of Forgive for... Read More

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How to Keep Intimacy Alive After the Children Arrive

One of the primary obstacles couples attempt to overcome in therapy is feeling emotionally disconnected. Life tends to get in the way, with careers, kids, home upkeep, and family activities... Read More

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Attunement in Hakomi Therapy: Bringing ‘Self’ to the Surface

We are not our thoughts. Many arrive at psychotherapy with a limited or unstable sense of Self. They feel unsure, conflicted, or “blank,” sometimes acting out in ways that seem... Read More

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Parenting While Depressed: 10 Things to Remember

Parenting is difficult enough when you feel fantastic, but when you’re struggling with depression, it can seem downright impossible. It need not be so, though. Experiencing depression... Read More

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Idealize, Devalue, Discard: The Dizzying Cycle of Narcissism

The relationship cycle typical of extreme narcissistic abuse generally follows a pattern. Individuals in emotionally abusive relationships experience a dizzying whirlwind that includes... Read More

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GoodTherapy.org Celebrates 8-Year Anniversary

March 30, 2015   .   2 Comments

February 7, 2015 marked GoodTherapy.org’s eighth year as a company dedicated to reducing harm in therapy, supporting caring therapists, and helping find collaborative treatment and... Read More

Do Bigger Family Incomes Mean Bigger Brains for Kids?

March 30, 2015   .   1 Comment

Dramatic headlines pointing toward brain structures that control emotion, intelligence, or memory get a lot of attention, but there’s an important neuroscience fact that doesn’t... Read More

Join Us for an #AutismTalk Twitter Chat

March 27, 2015   .   4 Comments

To recognize National Autism Awareness Month in April, GoodTherapy.org will host a Twitter chat on the topic on April 23, 2015 at 11 a.m. Pacific. Please join us on Twitter by searching... Read More

Are Men More Likely Than Women to Want Kids? And Other News

March 27, 2015   .   7 Comments

A popular stereotype holds that women are the ones eager to settle down, have lavish weddings, and then birth and care for babies. A recent piece in New York magazine’s The Cut... Read More

Do Breastfed Children Become Smarter and Wealthier Adults?

March 25, 2015   .   6 Comments

Despite ongoing public outreach campaigns and an increased willingness on the part of American mothers to try it, breastfeeding rates aren’t what they should be. Organizations... Read More

Study Finds Seniors Increasingly Happy with Their Sex Lives

March 24, 2015   .   4 Comments

By 2030, seniors are expected to account for almost 20% of the U.S. population. Many of today’s seniors are living active, enriching lives, getting married and remarried, and... Read More

Can a Drug Boost Compassion? Research Suggests So

March 23, 2015   .   3 Comments

A complex cocktail of early life experiences, religious beliefs, and political leanings, among many other factors, determines how compassionate a person is. Not only does compassion... Read More

How Does Mass Surveillance Affect Our Health? And Other News

March 20, 2015   .   8 Comments

It’s been more than a decade since the Patriot Act increased concerns about the government spying on its citizens, and nearly two years since Edward Snowden revealed that many... Read More

Are Conservatives Happier Than Liberals? Study Casts Doubt

March 19, 2015   .   5 Comments

As if endless debates about social and cultural issues aren’t enough to perpetually divide conservatives and liberals, the two groups are locked in another dispute—this one... Read More

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Topic Experts answer your questions about psychotherapy, mental health, and relationships.

Help! I'm Afraid to Talk to My Therapist about Self-Injury

You are feeling frightened and ashamed to talk to your counselor about ... Read more »

Help! I Believe My Father-in-Law Is Abusing My Daughter

Of course you are concerned! Anytime we see a behavior like that in a child and she or he is unable or unwilling to explain the change, we Read more »

Should My Son Play Football? My Husband and I Disagree!

Thanks for your question. An excellent one indeed and one which I know many parents can relate to. Even though I’m a football fan myself (from Pittsburgh!), I understand your concerns and share ... Read more »

How Can I Avoid Being Dragged Down by a Depressing World?

Let me start off by saying, I hear you! I actually recently noticed that watching too much news was getting me down a bit, too. I cut back and shifted my focus to other, more uplifting things and I ... Read more »

Is It Friendship If You Have Nothing in Common Anymore?

Thanks for your question. I guess the simple and perhaps even smart-alecky answer would be, “Don’t talk about politics and stick to sports!” I have very good friends who disagree with me ... Read more »

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