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Attachment Trauma

During the early developmental years of an infant and young child’s interpersonal life is the need for intersubjectivity.  Intersubjectivity involves the infant and parent’s discovery of each other, and the development of the self in relationship with the other.  The intersubjectivity experience in a...
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Having a Nervous Breakdown?

One minute everything seems fine. Then in a flood of intense emotion and erratic thoughts, it all changes. Life becomes a distorted kaleidoscope, with nothing familiar from before. Even speaking is difficult. It is impossible to explain what is happening because the event is...
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Geopolitics and the Psychopath

“A small proportion of people who suffer from psychologically abnormal personalities have, throughout history, had an immeasurable detrimental impact on our societies, our politics and our world. Enabled by their ruthlessness to readily acquire positions of power, they have long dominated the psychologically normal...
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Business Mindset for Therapists

Grateful for Therapy

As a therapist and having done my fair share of time on the couch, I am reminded during this time of thankfulness for the work that is therapy. It is life transforming not only for the client but also for the therapist. I could...
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