To all my current and previous clients and colleagues: I am letting you know that I was diagnosed just before the holidays with prostate cancer. I’m aware that confidentiality of health information is a very sensitive topic. But I feel… Continue Reading Health challenges
Following the horrific mass shootings in the Atlanta area this week, people have been trying to make sense of why and how an individual could kill a number of people, apparently targeting women of Asian background. Our need to make… Continue Reading Intersections of violence
No, this isn’t a post about Medicare for All (which is a great goal, but a problematic 2020 campaign platform, in my humble opinion). But this post is about you, if you have Medicare and are seeking psychotherapy, and me,… Continue Reading Medicare Coverage
Among counseling students and faculty, there is a fun exercise that consists of naming the diagnostic categories for the characters from “Winnie-the-Pooh.” Tigger has ADHD, Eeyore has dysthymic disorder, and Piglet has generalized anxiety disorder. But Winnie-the-Pooh himself seems to… Continue Reading Is there an “Addictive Personality”…?
With the recent spate of revelations about sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and sexual assault being reported in the media, many people of conscience wonder exactly what the aggressors owe the people who were the targets of their hurtful behavior. There… Continue Reading Sin and Injury: When Sorry Is Not Enough