As many therapists begin to “see” patients from home during covid-19, the new virtual spaces of therapy give way to new self-disclosures.
Whether you have been personally affected by COVID-19 or indirectly through family or friends, it has been hard to keep the anxiety at bay.
In honor of the Chinese New Year, let’s review some fascinating options that Chinese Medicine can offer.
When feeling low on energy, there are some ways to bring back our zest for life.
What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger. But, does it really?
This Giving Tuesday, please help us promote change in the world through our therapy as activism work.
Self-exploration in therapy can be a particularly creative process and experience.
Finding language for what we think and feel is part of the work of therapy. How can we open our heart and mind through encounters with new language?
Instagram is not therapy but it can be part of the process.
Our sense of self and our idea of true connection to others are shifting in our tech age.
Psychoanalysis and art share important pathways to increase connection to self, creativity, and resilience.
In her newest book, Chelsea Handler offers us reflections on the unconscious, grief, and the power of therapy … between belly laughs, of course.
Slowing down the process in which we choose a coping method and reflecting on our current processes is vital.
Psychotherapy clients can benefit so much from therapy if they follow some essential guidelines.
Can we really hack our way to happiness/success/enlightenment, or is self-transformation harder than it looks?