Should I Start Therapy?

It is clear that there remains a perception that a person needs to have some sort of calamity or personal crisis to warrant going to therapy. Many...

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How to Re-Enter the World

After a year of internalizing the message, “Stay at home. Do not socialize. Keep 6-feet apart. Wear a mask,” how do we suddenly become comfortable re-adjusting again...

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The Strengths and Limitations of Diagnoses Numerous people have asked me about their diagnosis during the course of therapy. Sometimes it’s very direct: “So, what’s wrong with...

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Recently, I have spoken with a number of people who reached out seeking therapy for the first time. We all have coping skills for dealing with life’s...

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Expanding Our Collective Consciousness

Imagine an alien accidentally teleported to your neighborhood and started exploring your favorite stomping grounds. What would they …see? …hear? …smell? …taste? …feel? What conclusions would they...

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Therapy is not….

Over the last decade, therapy has become more common and less stigmatized in popular culture. Millennials and Gen Z are talking more openly than their parents’ and...

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