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Brilliance Darkened: Have We Learned from Robin Williams?

The world recently lost a brilliant entertainer. A family lost someone they loved and cherished. A lot has been said and written about the tragic death of Robin Williams. In the days... Read More

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Domestic Violence and Relationships: Is Love Enough?

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and with the recent spotlight on incidents involving football stars Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, there has been a lot of discussion... Read More

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Charting a Course for Better Managing Your Anxiety

Arriving at a Fork in the Road: The Start of Your Journey Robert Frost wrote in his famous poem, The Road Not Taken, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled... Read More

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What to Do When You Have a ‘Control Freak’ Roommate

Living with a roommate or two has become more and more popular these days, and not just among the college-age population. For many adults, the rising cost of living, coupled with the... Read More

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How to Talk to Your Partner about Your Affair

The initial aftermath of affair exposure is a critical time in the life of an intimate relationship. What you say or don’t say can make a big difference in the outcome of your partnership. Let’s... Read More

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Who’s Taking Care of the Caretaker?

The other day I was supposed to meet a dear old friend. The last few times we had plans, she canceled last minute because her mother, now 86, needed something. I understood, of course.... Read More

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The Story Domestic Violence Statistics Don’t Tell

There is a life-threatening condition that causes millions of injuries and 1,300 deaths each year in the United States. Despite living in an age of medical marvels and technological... Read More

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Why You’re Not Ruining Your Kids

It’s the secret fear every parent harbors: that the time we yell at the kids in the car, play Candy Crush instead of listening to their story, or fight with our spouse in front of... Read More

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3 Creative Things to Try Before Going to Couples Counseling

It’s been well-documented—both in pop culture and in the empirical community—the incidence of partnerships turning to relationship counseling as a last resort to save the relationship.... Read More

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Parental Influence: Telling Adult Children What to Do

Megan doesn’t want her daughter to be a theater major in college. Tim doesn’t think his son’s about-to-be fiancée is right for him. Samantha doesn’t want her son to join the... Read More

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Domestic Violence and Trauma: 4 Things Everyone Should Know

October is recognized as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is an important issue to bring attention to, as awareness is the first step in making changes. Domestic violence... Read More

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Top 5 Articles on Domestic Violence from GoodTherapy.org

The topic of domestic violence entered the media spotlight well ahead of Domestic Violence Awareness Month this year. October has been dubbed domestic violence awareness month since... Read More

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Exercise Can Counteract Gene for Alzheimer’s, and Other News

October 24, 2014   .   No Comments

Alzheimer’s is caused by a number of genes, and many people who don’t have a genetic variant associated with the condition still contract the disease. A gene called APOE... Read More

Mitigating Sexism in Male-Dominated Fields for Attractive Women

October 23, 2014   .   2 Comments

Research into sexism in hiring has repeatedly shown that women experience discrimination when they apply for what are often considered stereotypically male jobs. Among women viewed... Read More

Myths About the Brain Common among Teachers

October 22, 2014   .   2 Comments

The just-so stories of pop psychology can make for interesting dinner debates and speculative discussions, but when these stories are treated as fact in educational settings, they can... Read More

How Do Toddlers Respond to Adult Emotional Cues?

October 21, 2014   .   3 Comments

The world of children can seem like a foreign culture, featuring values and rules that may appear quite different from those that govern the adult world. Even from a young age, though,... Read More

Children Raised in Institutions at Increased Risk for ADHD

October 20, 2014   .   3 Comments

At least 58,000 children are placed in institutional settings in the United States each year, and these institutions frequently fail to meet their basic physical, psychological, and... Read More

Autism Linked to Air Pollutants, and Other News

October 17, 2014   .   6 Comments

A researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has found evidence of a connection between a rise in autism rates and an increase in air pollution levels. Amy Kalkbrenner, a public... Read More

Study Finds Common Anesthetic May Alleviate Symptoms of PTSD

October 16, 2014   .   3 Comments

Posttraumatic stress (PTSD), which results from a traumatic life experience, can upend a person’s life, resulting in intrusive memories, nightmares, anxiety, depression, fear,... Read More

Does Gender Equality in Marriage Benefit Men, Too?

October 15, 2014   .   4 Comments

Opponents of gender equality have long argued that both men and women lose something when the sexes are treated equally and share duties. The results of a research project that dates... Read More

The Factors That Predict a Stable Marriage May Surprise You

October 14, 2014   .   3 Comments

We’ve all heard the dismal statistic that approximately half of all marriages end in divorce, but divorce isn’t a sudden and unpredictable event. Scientists have long attempted... Read More

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

Should I Give My Emotionally Abusive Husband Another Chance?

You are in a tough spot. You have been married for 16 years, and of course there’s a part of you that would love to see him change and spare all of you the challenges that come with restructuring ... Read more »

Is It Possible to Become Dependent on Therapy? I'm Not Rich!

Thanks for the letter and your thoughtful questions. I am very pleased that you reached out, seeking advice on what to do. You ask if it’s possible to become dependent on Read more »

It Took a Mere 35 Minutes to Diagnose Me with Bipolar!

I am assuming that you consulted with either a psychiatrist or Read more »

How Can I Trust after My Girlfriend and Friend Betrayed Me?

Thanks for writing in. Gosh, I’m sorry you’ve been through such an emotionally brutal experience. I can’t imagine the blow of losing a girlfriend and an allegedly good friend at once, ... Read more »

Am I Depressed?

Determining whether you meet the criteria for diagnosis of a depressive issue would require a face-to-face session ... Read more »

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