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Talking Ourselves Out of Feeling Phony

Talking Ourselves Out of Feeling Phony

By Stacee L. Reicherzer, PhD We’ve all walked out of sessions feeling like a phony. Perhaps the client was unresponsive to our interventions, or didn’t seem to connect at all… READ MORE

Why Can’t I Just Get Things Done?

Why Can’t I Just Get Things Done?

By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT, author of The Monkey Mind Workout for Perfectionism “I’m a procrastinator,” Andi said. “I put off exercise, house cleaning, paying bills, everything! I don’t know what’s… READ MORE

Healing Sexual Trauma

Healing Sexual Trauma

By Erika Shershun, MA, MFT, author of Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook Trauma is the result of experiencing an overwhelming event without the internal and external resources necessary to integrate that… READ MORE

Beyond Diapers: Moving toward Equity

Beyond Diapers: Moving toward Equity

By Kara Hoppe, MA, MFT, coauthor of Baby Bomb Despite having made an agreement pre-baby with my husband, Charlie, to do an even, fifty-fifty share of our parenting responsibilities, I… READ MORE

Creating Sparks of Hope in Troubled Times

Creating Sparks of Hope in Troubled Times

By Kathryn Hope Gordon, PhD, author of The Suicidal Thoughts Workbook An estimated 12 million US adults reported serious suicidal thoughts in 2019. This was before the COVID-19 pandemic, political… READ MORE

Post-Pandemic Back-to-School Anxiety

Post-Pandemic Back-to-School Anxiety

By Christopher Willard, PsyD, author of Mindfulness for Teen Anxiety, 2nd edition Its back-to-school time. But like, now it’s really, actually back to school time for a lot of adolescents…. READ MORE