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Katherine King Psy.D.
Solutions to three common mistakes to help you get the most from a gratitude practice.
Tired of falling down the same old rabbit holes in your mind? This useful thinking tool provides six new ways to approach your everyday problems.
Feeling upset? Forget mindfulness. In fact, forget everything for a while.
If you think self-care is all about candles and yoga, think again. Noticing your habits of self-talk and making other changes to your daily routine can go a long way.
Retirement can be wonderful, but it's not always easy on a marriage. Thankfully, there are things you can both do to make the transition go more smoothly.
Research has shown that arts participation has powerful benefits for older adults, yet for too many people, engagement in the arts stops when adulthood begins.
Cognitive processing therapy helps make sense of the impact of past trauma.
There are a number of things that might be eliciting or perpetuating a behavioral problem in someone with dementia. A thorough analysis and some experimentation can go a long way.
Our core beliefs influence us everyday, but we rarely think of them.
Well-being in adulthood is dependent on our early—and continued—psychosocial development.
If cognitive behavioral therapy hasn’t helped you — or hasn’t helped enough — you have options.
When we sense we're running out of time, what really matters comes into focus.
"Feeling old" today? Think twice before you use this familiar phase.
Kate King, Psy.D., is an assistant professor of psychology at William James College.