One man asked me to give him as much of my pain as I could because if we carry it together, we will surely make it through.
We combat toxic masculinity by setting a positive example for other men, especially teenagers and boys, to follow.
When we are responsive to the “bids” of people we work with, then we can create positive working relationships.
Research suggests that physicians underestimate the level and duration of grief experienced by parents of stillborn babies.
I communicated irregularly with a tendency to criticize, but learning how to communicate assertively ended that pattern.
Treating trauma is a powerful way for a therapist to observe profound human strength. It makes the work worth doing.
Treatment plans are central to psychotherapy, but the way in which they are created and utilized can pose ethical problems.
Many of us in the clinical community observed how supportive relationships led to better outcomes for those in recovery.
Vacations provide kids with all kind of enriching experiences that aid in cognitive development and frontal lobe growth.
Dealing with my son’s PTSD and anxiety turned into a healing process for the both of us.
When our teens have ideas and are ready to work for change in our world, how do we keep their hopeful spirits rising?
Attachment shapes our capacity to love and the styles of a partner can influence the success or failure of the relationship.