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By Cheryl Fraser, PhD

“We don’t make love much anymore. I’m rarely in the mood. My partner doesn’t want sex as ofte...

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By Sharon Martin, MSW, LCSW

Self-criticism, or being overly hard on yourself, is usually based on cognitive distort...

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By Jon Hershfield, MFT

If you work with clients who have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), one challenge in trea...

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By Lisa Schab, LCSW

Even the well-seasoned therapist can feel “stuck” with a client who’s overwhelmed, blocked, or...

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By Christopher McCurry, PhD

Most people want to get rid of their anxiety, and teens are no exception: “If I didn’t...

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By Sheri Turrell, PhD

Adolescent distress shows up in many ways, from moodiness and irritability to more explicit a...

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By Lauren Muhlheim, PsyD

It can be helpful for all therapists, not just those working with patients with eating dis...

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By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT

While many parents, teachers, and even teens themselves may view procrastination as a wea...

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By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT

The two most common reasons teens procrastinate are: 1) lack of motivation, and 2) feelin...

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