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Bipolar Disorder

  Recently, I attended the Massachusetts General Hospital Patient and Education Series on Bipolar Disorder. As a therapist and a human being I found the workshop on Bipolar Di...
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The Truth about Self-Harm

I have seen many female adolescent clients who admit that they cut themselves. To most people, self-harm sounds very scary, maybe weird, or even “crazy.” For my clients, it was...
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Stress vs. Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety: Intrusive Thoughts of Worry and Panic Coping with everyday worries is part of life, at times annoying and distracting, but something millions contend with as they move thr...
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Cyclothymia or Bipolar 3 Disorder

            Cyclothymia, also known as Bipolar disorder type 3, is a mood disorder, and a relative of the widely recognized bipolar disorder.   It...
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Worry: Trouble Between Parents and Teens

I sometimes work with parents who struggle with their children's behavior, especially teens. These parents are often in regular conflict with their son or daughter, and may compla...
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Coping with an Early Pregnancy Loss

From the moment of conception, most women start fantasizing about how their lives will change following the birth of their baby.  They begin to wonder about whether they will have...
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What Do I Know Anyway?

There are many times that I sit with clients who are stuck, living with anxiety, depression or just feel like they don’t know how to move forward. The ongoing narrative in their ...
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Siri Hustvedt, A Reflection On Acute Trauma

Below is a powerful and personal illustration by Siri Hustvedt, writing in The New York Times on February 20th, 2012 of the emotional impact of her automobile crash over ten year...
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Bear Cub Alone but Okay

The bear cub, the one with the splayed foot didn't know how long she had been walking. But she knew she was lost. The rich sweet smells of Huckleberry and Pine were faint and far o...
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