A researcher and physician recently published a book called, "The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living." I listened to an interview with this author on the Dallas Radio Show, "Think" with Krys Boyd … [Read more...] about Positive Psychology in Action
An article in the NY times came out yesterday in which the author argued, among other things, that psychotherapy "has an image problem." He says that many people want psychotherapy but that access to … [Read more...] about Research Support for Therapy
The other side of the coin in talking about trauma is happiness. I will regularly make posts on this blog on what I have found out about happiness in my research and clinical work. I will talk about … [Read more...] about Happiness
I was watching footage from NYC on 9/11 after the towers were hit but before they collapsed and then after they collapsed. This footage showed the effect of trauma on people. Of course, the trauma of … [Read more...] about Trauma
Hello Everyone, I am grateful for this country that we live in. There are so many places in the world even as I write this post where overt injustice, vicious oppression, or violence by gangs are the … [Read more...] about What a country is this United States
I have found over and over and over again that people who work through their feelings--however unpleasant or scary they are--have happier, more fulfilled lives. I love doing this kind of work because … [Read more...] about Psychotherapy: Why do it?