Social Work

Harry Ayling

A therapist must abandon his treatment plan to provide mental health services to the homeless population. Read more

On the Front Lines of Crisis Work

What Keeps a Clinician Going in High-Stakes Therapy?
Gary Weinstein

By Gary Weinstein - I've been doing crisis work for nearly 30 years. I've confronted a number of forks in my professional road, opportunities to take a less... Read more

Symposium Highlight April 9, 2015

Couples Therapy, Brainspotting, and Truth in Love

Testimonials from the 2015 Psychotherapy Networker Symposium

I had the pleasure of attending the Brainspotting seminar with David Grand today. What fresh and amazing information! I am drawn to anything that involves the... Read more

Larger than Life

Marianne Walters Was Family Therapy's Foremost Feminist

Marianne Walters didn't invent a brilliant new therapeutic paradigm, publish a large and magisterial body of research, or establish her own unique school of... Read more

Stronger Medicine

Anti-Depressants Haven't Made Therapy Obsolete

Americans have a history of valuing quick-fix solutions to difficult problems. But the simplistic psychopharmacological approach to depressive disorders... Read more

Symposium Highlight October 20, 2014

Rediscovering the Myth

For John O'Donohue, Therapy Is a Journey into the Unknown Self

Poet John O'Donohue's introduction to the therapy field came through his unlikely friendship with neuropsychiatrist Daniel Siegel, known for his book The... Read more

Mirror Mirror

Emotion in the Consulting Room is More Contagious Than We Thought

Far from the therapy office, in the precisely measured environment of the research lab, brain scientists are discovering that a particular cluster of our... Read more

The Whole World Is Watching

Therapy and the TED Talk Stage

Earlier this year, therapist Michele Weiner-Davis spent hours in front of a camera, her husband patiently hitting the record button as she rehearsed for what... Read more

The Ethics Gray Zone: Is it an Ethical Violation or Not?

When Unique Issues Arise, Therapist Need to Determine Whether or Not it’s a Potential Ethical Violation

Sometimes ethical violations we face with our clients become so subtle and complex that we risk alienating clients when we’re trying our best to protect them. Read more