Your donation of a therapeutic opportunity can reverberate throughout the receiver’s life and be woven into our community and our society.
Using D.W. Winnicott’s idea of the “false self” to explain insidious narcissistic injury.
Learn more about the WILA Alumni Association’s upcoming CE Event “Engaging with Racism and Xenophobia in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Supervision” with Dr. Usha Tummala-Narra.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness month, we want to provide some clarity to those who have experienced sexual assault as well as guidance and resources.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, provided are some reflections and some suggestions for improving communication in romantic relationships.
Consider participating in our Year-End-Give by supporting WILA’s work to provide quality mental health to our community members.
Repetition Compulsion is explored through psychodynamic and cross-cultural perspectives.
A look at resolutions and what they are (part I) followed by strategies for actually keeping them (part II)
Gardening, like therapy, requires attention, faith, and taking some action.
When it’s gray outside, we can connect to our weather “inside.”
In honor of WILA’s End of Year Give, check out our collaboration with local candle maker Flores Lane on a new line of candles.
This year’s charitable season, opening on Giving Tuesday, might be more important than ever.
For some, the urge to engage in a detox diet may be a desperate and misguided attempt to cleanse oneself of toxicity.
Healing trauma isn’t a “one size fits all” approach. Consider some potentially surprising options in this post.
Can camping improve mental health?