Mr. Rogers’ message regarding loving ourselves and one another is just as inspiring and essential for healthy families and communities as it has been for decades.
Whether you celebrate Rosh Hashanah or participate in the new school year in any way, they can provide helpful markers for reflection and a new start.
New psychoanalytic research demonstrates how needs and emotions are connected.
It’s time to say farewell to summer and hello to fall (and all the emotions that elicits).
Just when you thought love and sex can’t get more complicated, they do.
The real question isn’t whether procrastination is a problem; it’s whether it’s truly sustainable.
We have all been with our mothers for every experience, struggle, relationship, victory and every dream she had ever dreamed until we came into being in the world through our own physical birth.
Please join us for a weekend therapy marketing boot camp to learn concrete tools to establish and market your psychotherapy practice.
Rituals allow us to meld the familiar with the unknown. Much like therapy.
Along with feelings of love, gratitude and celebration of the mothers in our lives, many of us also experience feelings of sadness, grief and anger.
As with our beloved LA traffic, so with life—just because you run into detours, construction sites, and twisty hilly roads doesn’t mean you won’t eventually get to your destination.
Beloved, busy and joyful Maestro Herbert Blomstedt is an inspiration to all of us on finding and creating meaning and passion in later life.
Through group therapy, despite the initial dread that most of us feel, we can discover ourselves through a community…
This post introduces the new mommies group that WILA offers, as explained in a recent interview by its very own co-facilitators.
Being bored is boring. But why is it so hard to change it up?