Dave: The birth of the baby represents a quantum jump in intimacy and the complexity of living. There is a
We often hear about depression as “anger turned inward.” Sometimes it works the other way around, with anger masking a depression. Here’s what that can look like.
The extra-marital affair, or an affair which occurs in any committed relationship, ranks as one of the most traumatic events in the lives of an intimate couple. The sexual violation and, more than that, the dishonesty and betrayal make the recovery process a fragile one.
The is Part II of the Case Reflection, A Family Group Psychosis: (See Post from 6/30) DK: Two weeks later, the
DK: Here’s an example of a case which illustrates how the Family Group Psychosis works. (See post from 6/6). This case
AB: One of the many pleasures of my family therapy practice is when family physician students come to my office
DK: I have mentioned before that, though a General Psychiatrist and a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, I have worked with
AB: It’s a common occurrence in my office practice for individuals or couples in therapy to refer to themselves as
(See post from March 14th: How to Fire A Five-Year Old Boss) Dave: I have to take a moment to
Amy: “If you don’t start offending your wife, I don’t think you’re going to have a marriage.” I heard these words