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On Being a Patient – YouTube

Posted in Anxiety, Attachment, Communication, Death, Dependency, Depression, Suffering, The Mind

On Being a Patient A beautiful and brilliant piece by colleague Garrick Duckler as published in International Psychoanalysis – The fears and hopes connected to being a patient in therapy.

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How to Repair Family Relations During the Holidays – WSJ

Posted in Anxiety, Children, Communication, Dependency, Parenting, Uncategorized

Get ready – ’tis the season!!! How to Repair Family Relations During the Holidays Source: How to Repair Family Relations During the Holidays – WSJ

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How Therapists Mourn – The New York Times

Posted in Death, Grief/loss, Suffering

A warm and compassionate piece written by Robin Weiss, a psychiatrist in Baltimore.   Source: How Therapists Mourn – The New York Times

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The Architecture of Psychotherapy – The New York Times

Posted in Attachment, Communication, Dependency, Grief/loss, The Mind, Uncategorized

A beautiful piece on ‘the frame’ of psychoanalysis or psychoanalytic psychotherapy.   Source: The Architecture of Psychotherapy – The New York Times

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Mental-Health Crunch on Campus – WSJ

Posted in Anxiety, Depression, Parenting, Suffering, Teens, Uncategorized

More news to be aware of concerning mental health and college campuses. Important to consider as the fall school schedule begins.   Source: Mental-Health Crunch on Campus – WSJ

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Babies’ Mental Health Matters | Matthew Melmed

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Babies’ Mental Health Matters Source: Babies’ Mental Health Matters | Matthew Melmed

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