Tag Archives: Psychologist

Breaking Silence: Talking about Trauma

Talking about trauma: as is so often the case in healing, it is a matter of when, how and to whom. Continue reading

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Dissociative Identity Disorder and the Media: Ethical Questions

Navigating interactions with the media is an opportunity for exercising ethical decision making skills. Continue reading

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Change

Coping with change can be a challenge for trauma survivors, or anyone. Continue reading

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Therapy and Social Networking

Dr. Keely Kolmes writes extensively about the implications of social media involvement for therapists and consumers of psychotherapy services at her blog, Mindful Musings. In the wake of privacy-related changes in Facebook and Google services, we began a conversation about our concerns and approaches to social networking as clinicians. You can read about that conversation over at her blog: People in Your Social Circle: Dr. Kathleen Young Chats with me About Social Networking Challenges for Clinicians. Continue reading

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Mental Health Month: Live Your Life Well

May is Mental Health Month. Through conversations and education we can raise awareness, decrease stigma and help people get the help they need. Continue reading

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