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  • Fanning the Spark: The Sexual Passion of Opposites

    April 5, 2010 . 11 Comments

    When I opened my psychotherapy practice in the late 1970s I saw myself as a feminist psychotherapist, putting the majority of my focus on women. I would ... Read More

  • Passing As Nondisabled

    April 5, 2010 . 6 Comments

    While some disabilities are immediately evident, other disabilities are invisible. Beginning in childhood, people with disabilities who have the option ... Read More

  • Google Awards with PageRank 7!

    April 4, 2010 . 2 Comments

    The Team is thrilled to announce that on April 3, 2010 Google promoted to PageRank (PR) Level 7. This new level is awarded ... Read More

  • Study Finds Coping Methods Influence Impact of Racism

    April 4, 2010 . 5 Comments

    Many people experience daily life free from incidents of racism, but there are many others who experience the issue on a regular basis, and such incidents ... Read More

  • Researchers Explore Self-Treatment for Binge Eating

    April 3, 2010 . 7 Comments

    Bing eating has been identified as a significant issue contributing to concerns of obesity and poor physical and mental health in many people, and investigations ... Read More

  • The Body’s Cycle of Learning

    April 2, 2010 . 8 Comments

    Last month’s article noted that “as the body reacts to external situations we have internal reactions. The degree to which we can allow the “charge” ... Read More

  • Researchers Uncover Action of Genetic Defect in Schizophrenic Mice

    April 2, 2010 . 4 Comments

    Over a decade ago, it was found that a certain genetic abnormality had about a thirty percent chance of predicting the development of schizophrenia in ... Read More

  • Therapist Creates “Clinical Portrait of Porn Addiction”

    April 2, 2010 . 6 Comments

    Because of serious concerns surrounding client confidentiality and the preservation of trust within the client-therapist relationship, providing the community ... Read More

  • Psychodrama: Family Sculpting

    April 1, 2010 . 2 Comments

    Dramatic activities are powerful tools when used in a family therapy setting. One such tool is called psychodrama. An example of one type of psychodrama ... Read More

  • Parallel Parenting: Minimizing Conflict for Children’s Sake

    April 1, 2010 . 3 Comments

    When parents divorce they are faced with the need to continue a relationship that has not worked. For some this is not a difficult transition. They set ... Read More

  • Origins of Self-Control Located in the Brain

    April 1, 2010 . 11 Comments

    The ability to choose a long-term benefit over instant gratification may be a difficult dilemma with which people grapple every day, but it’s also ... Read More

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  • A Call for Help Adjusting from the Military to Civilian Life

    June 26, 2015 . 11 Comments

    Thanks for writing in, and thank you for your service. I can only imagine the difficulty of transitioning from being in the service overseas to civilian life. I’m curious as to why, if indeed you ... Read more »

  • Help! A Decade Later, I Just Found Out My Husband Has 2 Kids

    June 19, 2015 . 11 Comments

    What an incredible breach of trust. Not only did he lie to you about not having kids, which I'm sure made sense to him at the ... Read more »

  • Help! I'm Lost in My Mind, with No Sense of Life Purpose

    June 12, 2015 . 11 Comments

    I don’t suppose it’s much consolation, but you describe your situation very well—lost in your mind, indeed. You seem very much in ... Read more »

  • Our Relationship Has Hit a Wall; How Do I Get My Needs Met?

    June 5, 2015 . 11 Comments

    It sounds like you are in a very frustrating, even painful, place in your relationship right now. While all Read more »

  • Help! If I Have an Abortion, Do I Have to Tell My Boyfriend?

    May 29, 2015 . 11 Comments

    Despite using protection, you have gotten pregnant; naturally, you are shocked. You are not happy with your boyfriend, ... Read more »

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