Worry is driven by mood, not logic. Anxiety holds your deepest yearnings. And you can subdue it for good. Three experts turn everything you know about anxiety inside out.
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Blake Griffin Edwards is a licensed marriage and family therapist and behavioral health executive in Washington State.
In the event that you have the opportunity to step into a chair role — for any meeting, but especially for a board — this primer may prove helpful.
Ridding ourselves of the notion that we can talk ourselves into wholeness or peace from a distance is unrealistic.
Person-centered psychotherapy amounts to a radical therapeutic ethic in the midst of the ever-changing landscape of managed care in the 21st century.
Many do not realize that "the scientific method," as we know it today, came from studies of children at play.
Research links emotional well-being to communicating with others in positive ways. Yet children’s feelings are often inaccessible at a verbal level.
Why setting goals and measuring progress is the key to successful therapy.