Whose Life is this Anyway?: When College Students Kill Themselves

Colleges are taking responsibility for distressed students to curb student suicides – and avoid litigation.

When Therapy Becomes an Addiction

A new book by a former therapist serves as a cautionary tale.

Finally kicking back: How years of work on the couch paid off at the beach this summer

The secret to the perfect vacation isn't what you do, but who you are

What Does Hollywood Have Against Therapy?

The entertainment industry should educate and inform about the therapeutic process - not diminish it. 

Putting your words out there, trying to be heard

We’re all getting published, punching in our keywords, hoping that someone will listen.

Dr. Paul helps me too

In Treatment offers validation for those of us already there.

My Plumber, Myself

A broken basement pipe leads to an unlikely connection between a writer and a plumber  – and a frank conversation about life, death, marriage and mental health.