AB: Our readers may understand our current preoccupation with the upcoming Presidential election in the United States. Indeed, with the election
Dave: My partner in blogging Amy Begel wrote an excellent personal essay, This Woman’s Perspective: What “Trump-ism” Has Awakened In Me.
Amy: I’m in Los Angeles this weekend, and decided to make myself a T-Shirt to express my solidarity with all
Dave: I have a long interest in patterns of illness in families. Much of my clinical work is involved in
Amy: When I sat down to write this post today, I intended to write about the more “clinical” matter of anxiety.
Amy: In this Op-Ed from The New York Times, writer Jared Sexton beautifully captures what he calls the “toxic masculinity”
Amy: I love this little post from Alain de Botton’s The School of Life. He talks about the importance of
Jazz musicians as family therapists: Check out this case where jazz musicians were my “consultants” to a couple in therapy. It’s just as surprising as you might imagine.
Jazz Musicians As Psychotherapists: Music can healing force. Here jazz musicians are invited to “consult” to family therapy sessions. The results have been amazing.