Contributed by Terry Hargrave

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Case Study August 1, 2012

Stategies for the Aging Brain

Coping with memory loss

Since our population is aging, memory decline is something middle aged and older clients are increasingly bringing to therapists. The human mind is quite... Read more

Failure to Launch

The Struggle to Leave Home in the 21st Century

By longstanding American tradition, when kids reach a certain age, say 18, 20, 22, they’re expected to fly the home coop and begin living their own... Read more

Case Study July 1, 2006

Failure to Launch

The struggle to leave home in the 21st century

The difficulty young people are having moving away from home today is producing confusion for both parents and kids. Read more

When You're 64

You May Be Ready to Retire, But What About Mom and Dad?

With the life expectancy of the elderly rising, today's Boomers, much maligned for their presumed selfishness, are facing a far more daunting challenge in... Read more

Terry Hargrave

Terry Hargrave, PhD, a professor of marriage and family therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous articles and books, including Restoration Therapy: Understanding and Guiding Healing in Marriage and Family Therapy.