Category Archives: Psychotherapy

Money in Psychotherapy

Money in Psychotherapy by Diane A. Suffridge, Ph.D. I publish a blog every two weeks for therapists who are in training or newly licensed.  The question poses a dilemma that is common to new practitioners, and the answer provides some suggestions … Continue reading

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Using Technology to Enhance Attachment Security

Your text message made me feel 🙂 Using technology to enhance attachment security  by Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D. “I received a text message from my wife, and before I even read it, I smiled!” John Bowlby’s attachment theory (1969, 1973, 1980) revolutionized … Continue reading

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Why “Just Get Over It” Doesn’t Work with Anxiety and Depression

Why “Just Get Over It” Doesn’t Work with Anxiety and Depression  By Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D. We are continually bombarded with messages from the media and self-help gurus that we are in charge of our own happiness. All we need to … Continue reading

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