Dialogue in Marriage

  • 30th September 2018

To know someone and to be known by the other is the essence of true love. This intimacy needs to grow in a healthy  relationship. A hindrance to good listening in marriage is fear of hearing the other’s true feelings. It is helpful to keep in mind that we can’t…

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Positive Psychology

  • 3rd September 2018

For many decades the fields of psychology and medicine has been concerned with pathology and “what is wrong with the patient?” Fortunately, a movement began a few years ago that has encouraged preventative care and being more proactive in healthcare. In the field of clinical psychology, this movement is known…

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Pornography: Beyond Casual Interest

  • 30th June 2018

It is of little surprise to most individuals that one of the preeminent concerns leading many parents and adult clients to enter into therapy involves the poor impulse control related to online pornography viewing. Parents, understandably concerned, often focus on the active pursuit and eager viewing of these materials. Adults,…

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Bad Mood?…Blame the Weather

  • 23rd May 2018

This year, autumn felt like an extended summer. Winter couldn’t make up its mind if it wanted to be mild or harsh and then it didn’t want to end, giving us a snow storm in March. Spring has been a series of major ups and downs in temperatures, going from…

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A Psychodynamic View of Reactive Depression

  • 10th April 2018

In an attempt to spark interest in a type of therapeutic approach known as “psychodynamic,” here excerpts from an interview with Dr. James Hollis, a well-known Jungian analyst and the author of Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really, Grow Up.  (To view the entire…

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March Madness

  • 17th March 2018

March Madness. Basketball. Sweet Sixteen. Final Four. It’s that time of year when college basketball rules ESPN and prime time TV. Brackets are posted. Cinderella teams emerge. Highly ranked teams are upset. The frenzy of excitement spills over into the beginning of April, and a team of 19-23-year-old young men…

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PTSD: Symptoms and Journey to Healing

  • 7th February 2018

Trauma is a fact of life in our current society. As Bessel van der Kolk, one of the world’s foremost experts on trauma states in his book, The Body Keeps Score, “Veteran and families deal with the painful aftermath of combat; one in five Americans has been molested; one in…

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Should I Get A Mental Health Evaluation?

  • 26th January 2018

A few weeks ago a jubilant president Trump declared that his annual physical examination went exceptionally well; Rear admiral Dr. Ronny Jackson, the president’s physician further endorsed this comment. Of note was Dr. Jackson’s statement that the president requested a mental health evaluation, which yielded perfect results on the Montreal…

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Holiday Expectations

  • 20th December 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…unless, that is, there is a house to clean, cookies to bake and shopping that includes just the right candle for a perfectly accented table setting. Meanwhile there are the outside decorations, outfits for the office party (one for each, of course) along…

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Board Certification: Does It Really Matter?

  • 6th November 2017

The idea of a neuropsychological evaluation may sound quite intimidating, as thoughts of electrodes and brain scans often arise; however, those are not part of a neuropsychological evaluation, although they may certainly be recommended. If recommended, EEGs, brain MRIs, or other medical procedures would be ordered and reviewed by a…

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