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Affordable, Quality Psychotherapy in America: Open Path Psychotherapy Collective

Paul Fugelsang | Posted 08.04.2014 | Healthy Living
Paul Fugelsang

It's been about a year and a half since I first introduced my idea for making mental health care more affordable for more people. I blogged about it r...

3 Steps To Successful Co-Parenting

Caroline Choi | Posted 07.09.2014 | Divorce
Caroline Choi

It's important to look at the big picture in your divorce and focus on what is in the best interests of your children. When you get along as co-parents, your children will likely be happier given the difficult circumstances that they are already facing with the divorce.

The 'Golden Rule' of the Helping Professions

Ross A. Rosenberg | Posted 02.04.2014 | Healthy Living
Ross A. Rosenberg

As people who are entrusted with so much responsibility, professional helpers should conduct themselves according to a standard that prohibits them from providing services that they themselves need.

Today's Modern Family -- Beyond the Laughter

Lori Sokol | Posted 01.23.2014 | Impact
Lori Sokol

Perhaps the sustained success of the sitcom, Modern Family, which won its fourth consecutive Emmy award for Best Comedy Series last month, is due to its pioneering depiction of today's progressively popular bi-racial, same-sex, multiply-married couples.

Telling a Secret Is Only Half the Story

Evan Imber-Black | Posted 06.22.2013 | TED Weekends
Evan Imber-Black

Placing a secret on a post card and having it go anonymously online differs markedly from the carefully crafted telling of a secret in a context of meaningful relationships. The former may be a rehearsal for the latter, but it never replaces it.

Secondhand Trauma: When PTSD Is a Family Affair

Lisa Cypers Kamen, MA | Posted 03.26.2013 | Impact
Lisa Cypers Kamen, MA

When PTSD transfers from the battlefield to the home, this disorder quickly becomes a family affair. So set an extra plate at dinner tonight; PTSD is joining you.

Dear Son -- A Message for Your At-Risk Teen

Andrea Wachter | Posted 03.04.2013 | Parents
Andrea Wachter

We know that this is an extremely complex issue and by no means think that simple solutions can adequately address such complex problems. If you have a son or daughter who is struggling, isolated and angry, here are some words that you might consider writing or saying.

Families Don't Cause Eating Disorders, But Can Be Critical to Lasting Eating Disorders Recovery

Kenneth L. Weiner, M.D., FAED, CEDS | Posted 08.05.2012 | Healthy Living
Kenneth L. Weiner, M.D., FAED, CEDS

Regardless of an individual's stage in the recovery process, there are some meaningful strategies that families can employ to help support a loved one as he or she confronts and combats his or her eating disorder.

Follow the Money: Why Relationships May Soon Be Psychiatric Diseases

Ian Dowbiggin | Posted 06.06.2012 | Science
Ian Dowbiggin

How many times have we exclaimed in exasperation: "My family's driving me crazy"? Until now, it was a mere figure of speech. By this time next year it could entitle you to free therapy.

Change Your Lifestyle and Change Your Psyche

Philip Goldberg | Posted 03.18.2012 | Healthy Living
Philip Goldberg

Pill-pushing won't stop unless consumers take matters into their own hands by changing their lifestyles instead of their prescriptions. That takes time and effort, but research amply demonstrates that it's worth it.

Could Stress Cause An ADHD Diagnosis?

Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D. | Posted 01.13.2012 | Healthy Living
Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D.

In recent decades, drug companies have been very successful in convincing parents that pills are the only solution to their child's problems. Now the pendulum is starting to swing the other way.

Vanilla Ice Divorces Wife

AOL Music Blog | Posted on Jul 13th 2011 12:45PM by Contessa Gayles | Posted 09.12.2011 | Divorce

One-hit wonder rapper-turned-reality TV star Vanilla Ice has split from his wife after 14 years of marriage. Ice, born Robert Van Winkle, married w...

Do ADHD Kids Abuse Drugs More Often?

Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D. | Posted 07.04.2011 | Home
Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D.

Scientific research studies, with their graphs, tables and numbers, give us a solid kind of feeling. Scientific research somehow feels hard and weight...

The Economic Disparity of Children's Mental Health Care

Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D. | Posted 06.17.2011 | Home
Marilyn Wedge, Ph.D.

In my view, the inequality in mental health care for children could be corrected if Medicaid adopted a mental health care model similar to that of health insurance companies.

Is Daddy An A-Hole?

Mark Goulston, M.D. | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Mark Goulston, M.D.

I have been seeing increasingly more a-holes in my coaching practice. I know what you're thinking: Why would they ever go to a shrink for advice or help?

An Intervention in Hollywood

Meg F. Schneider, MA, LCSW | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Meg F. Schneider, MA, LCSW

The Hollywood and media industries need to come together and stage one big intervention before their not so well-meaning co-dependence with Lindsay ends in tragedy.

How Stepmothers Can Find a Good Therapist

Rachelle Katz | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Rachelle Katz

There are many terrific therapists; it just takes a little work to find the right one for you.

"To Obama:" Introducing A New Verb: Part II

SaraKay Smullens | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
SaraKay Smullens

"To Obama": 1. to rise above personal assault for the greater good; 2. to take rivals, hold them close, and use their innumerable talents for service.