Archive for May, 2009

May 23 2009

Online Screening Test for Alcohol Problems

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May 19 2009

My TV Interview About Narcissism, Crime, and the Popular Media

To see my interview on narcissism on Fox32 TV, click here.

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May 16 2009

Abuse and Neglect: The Two Big Issues for Family of Origin Work

When I do an initial assessment, I ask many questions about family history. Although it is always an ongoing process, after a few sessions, I will usually understand how long parents were married, any divorces or major illnesses, parenting styles, length and quality of clients relationships, educational and career history, and importantly any experience of abuse and/or neglect. Why is this important?

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May 16 2009

Psychotherapy Often Deals With Our Family History, But Does History Really Matter?

Now is now and then is then. I hear this often in my work with clients. I understand their concern and try to help them determine the relevancy of their family history to their current life situation. This is called “family of origin” work within the field of family therapy. What does this work look like?

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May 14 2009

Limbic Resonance: How We Feel Love

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May 10 2009

Sexual Abuse of Children by Adult Women: Transcripts of Interviews

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May 06 2009

The Research Link Between Provocation, Displaced Agression and Rumination

I want to discuss this later, but want anyone interested in this area of study to read this research article by clicking here.

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May 04 2009

Treating Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Structured Writing Therapy: A Randomized Controlled Trial Arnold A.P. van Emmerik, Jan H. Kamphuis, Paul M.G. Emmelkamp

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