Stephanie Warm, LCSW


Therapy that sticks: Quick-fix psychotherapies have been hailed as the gold standard. But depth therapies can be far more enduring and profound

Linda Michaels, March 2020


I Have Nothing to Say Today, Should I Still Go to Therapy?

Nathan Feiles, January 2020


The Tyranny of Time: How Long Does Effective Therapy Really Take?

Jonathan Shedler, Enrico Gnaulati, March/April 2020


Why Does Talk Therapy Take So Long? The case for open-ended psychotherapy.

Jo-Ann Finkelstein, October 2019


The Puzzle of Therapy

Jeffrey Chernin, May 2020


Why self-help strategies may not be helping much at all

James Barnes, July 2019


Therapists and Patients Find Common Ground: Virus-Fueled Anxiety

Sarah Maslin Nir, May 2020

Questions for Your Prospective Therapist, From Your Own Couch

Juli Fraga & Hilary Jacobs Hendel, May 2020


Humility and self-doubt are hallmarks of a good therapist

Helene A Nissen-Lie, February 2020


Beyond the Buzzwords: What Does Trauma-Informed Care Truly Mean?

Rachel Levy, May 2020


For Patients, “Good Therapy” is About More than Symptom Reduction

Jose G. Luiggi- Hernández, June 2020


Why Does My Therapist Ask Me to Talk About Our Relationship?

Lisa Wallner Samstag, November 2019


Show or Tell: Therapeutic Communication as Theater

Michael Karson, November 2019


The War for the Future of Psychotherapy

Todd Essig, December 2019


Cradled by Therapy: Why therapy works is still up for debate. But, when it does, its method is up for debate. But, when it does, its methods mimic the attachment dynamics of good parenting

Elitsa Dermendzhiyska, December 2019


Dark Feelings Will Haunt Us Until They Are Expressed in Words

Tom Wooldridge, May 2020


For Donald Winnicott, the psyche is not inside us but between us

James Barnes, May 2020


The Need to Be Listened To: What to expect from online therapy sessions during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fred Griffin, March 2020


The New Psychoanalysis

Stephen Seligman, May 2020


What the Therapist Heard: ‘What would you do if your client behaved like a dog?’

Jonathan Izard, December 2019


Therapeutic Change According to the Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Blake Griffin Edwards, January 2020


3 Things Young Adults Want from Therapy

Jillian Winters, September 2018


The New Theatrics of Remote Therapy: How does treatment change when your patients are on a screen?

Adam Gopnik, May 2020



Bodies / Eating:

The Feminist History of Fat Liberation

Sarah Simon, October 2019


Embodied: Deconstructing Diet Culture and The Science Behind It

Josie Taris & Anita Rao, December 2019


The Way I Ate

Susan Burton, June 2020


She learned to love eating -- and herself -- despite a lifetime of fat shaming

Sandee LaMotte, February 2020


Intuitive eating: The anti-diet, or how pleasure from food is the answer, say its creators

by Sandee LaMotte, January 2020


Body Positivity: Why the Work Is Far from Finished

Stephanie Yeboah, May 2020


Thinking about your weight? What you might be getting wrong about the Health at Every Size approach. Carrie Dennett, May 2020


The rise of the body neutrality movement: ‘If you’re fat, you don’t have to hate yourself’

Anna Kessel, July 2018


The First Body-Positive Children’s Book Just Came Out, and It’s Exactly What the World Needs Now

Emily Foley, February 2020


Go Ahead. Eat Your Holiday Feelings.

Christy Harrison, November 2019


Kids will keep developing eating disorders until we address our relationship with food

Joshua Wolrich, October 2019


When I Speak Out Against Fat-Shaming, I’m Told to ‘Just Lose Weight’

Your Fat Friend, November 2019


Resources to help heal your body image and relationship with food

Jodie Arnot


Food Psych: a podcast about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size®, and body liberation.

Christy Harrison


Body Kindness

Rebecca Scritchfield



Pets as Therapeutic

Why “crazy cat ladies” are healthier than you may think

Erica Crompton, May 2020


5 Great Reasons to Adopt a Dog During the Pandemic

Catherine Sanderson, April 2020


‘Dogs have a magic effect’: how pets can improve our mental health

Ann Robinson, March 2020



Challenging the Status Quo

Racial Microaggressions Increase Symptoms of Traumatic Stress

José G. Luiggi-Hernández, May 2020


The Racist Roots of Fighting Obesity

Sabrina Strings & Lindo Bacon, June 2020


System for Mental Health Diagnosis Is Corrupt, Some Experts Say

Blake Griffin Edwards, January 2020


‘I thought I was a lost cause’: how therapy is failing people of colour

Coco Khan, February 2020


Does ‘Mental Illness’ Exist?: The Problem with Psychiatric Diagnosis

Lucy Johnstone, December 2019



Kids, Adolescents, and Parenting

The Courage to Be Alone: On our daily walks together, my young daughter and I begin to navigate a new reality.

Megan Craig, May 2020


If You Run Away, I'll Be Right Here: An exploration of how imperfect parenting builds trust and resilience.

Tanya Cotler, January 2020


How a Game with My Daughter Helped Us Cope with Quarantine and the Past

Amy Herzog, May 2020


Every kid needs to feel seen — here are 2 ways you can do this

Daniel Siegel & Tina Payne Bryson, January 2020


Trauma, Play Therapy, and Research

Cathy Malchiodi, April 2020


How the Coronavirus is Influencing Children’s Play

Kate Cray, April 2020


Rupture and Repair: Emotions, Attunement, and Attachment

Hilary Jacobs Hendel, February 2020


The Heart and the Bottle: A Tender Illustrated Fable of What Happens When We Deny Our Difficult Emotions

Maria Popova, May 2015


Why Teenagers Reject Parents’ Solutions to Their Problems

Lisa Damour, February 2020


Baby and adult brains ‘sync up’ during play, finds Princeton Baby Lab

Liz Fuller-Wright, January 2020


Stanford psychology expert: These are the top 3 things kids need—but most parents fail to provide

Nir Eval, February 2020


What Your Teen Wishes You Knew About Sex Education

Cory Turner & Anya Kamenetz, February 2020




We’re All Grieving. This Is How We Get Through It.

Esther Perel, April 2020


Cry, Heart, But Never Break: A Remarkable Illustrated Meditation on Loss and Life

Maria Popova, March 2016


The Strangeness of Grief

V.S. Naipaul, December 2019



Being Human

This year, I’m no longer trying to be a ‘new me’ — I want to be happy with who I am

Christine Inzer January 13, 2020


Patterns of pain: what Covid-19 can teach us about how to be human

Susie Orbach, May 2020


What’s Your Most Important Memory of Touch?

Kristen Radtke, April 2020


You Can Blame Coronavirus for Your Vivid Dreams

Elizabeth Gulino, April 2020


The Intimate Act of Performing Pain

Carolina Reilly, February 2020


The Coronavirus Pandemic Can Evoke Memories from Our Past: How childhood experiences can influence emotional responses to the crisis

Kristen Beesley, April 2020


You’re not imagining it: We’re all having intense coronavirus dreams

Rachel Schnalzer, April 2020


What do our dreams mean?

Cath Pound, May 2020




Even When I’m Psychotic, I’m Still Me

Susanne Antonetta, February 2020


Rethinking “Delusions”: Envisioning a Humanistic Approach to Troublesome Beliefs

Ron Unger, February 2020


Hearing Voices Groups Bring Positive Changes to Participants’ Lives

Ana Florence, June 2020



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