About Susan Gonsalves
Susan Gonsalves is Managing Editor of Psych Central Pro and Editor-in-Chief of New England Psychologist. She is a full-time, freelance journalist who has also worked in academia, for newspapers and online magazines, and at a non-profit organization that provides assistive technology for people with disabilities.
Articles by Susan Gonsalves:
Working Towards Cultural Competence in Therapy
What Do You Do When Your Values Differ From Those of Your Clients?
Asperger’s Syndrome vs. OCD: How to Avoid Misdiagnosis
Shifting Cultural Patterns Challenge Addiction Therapists
Cruel, Immoral Behavior is Not Mental Illness
Behavioral Health Non-Profits Benefit From Grant
Narcissistic Traits or is it Something Else?
What We Know Can Be Done With Technology
7 Mistakes You Might Be Making on Your Therapist Website
Mobile Phone Addiction as the Behaviorist Sees It
CBT & Mindfulness Awareness: Key Factors in Repairing the Brain
When is it Appropriate for a Therapist to Disclose with Patients?
Report: Millennials Experiencing More Depression
Post Op Body Image Changes: Conversations with a Therapist
Seven Things Therapists Should Know Before Hosting An Online Session
Why Do Couples Fall In and Out of Love?
Families with Special Needs Children Need Special Help
Mindfulness and Resilience: Enhancing Your Practice and Own Life
The Other End of the Stethoscope: Listening to the Heart in Our Care
Sexual Dysfunction Common Among People With Chronic Illness
Impact of Narrative Therapy in Shaping End of Life Experiences
Sorting Out the Antidepressant `Withdrawal’ Controversy
Rethinking Abstinence in Addiction Recovery
Forensic Psychologists Bring Psychological Science to Court
CT Ranks High on Study of Psychopathy by Location
Is the Essence of Addiction Really a Primary Brain Disease?
Moving Beyond Motives in Mass Shootings
Dehumanization is Causing a Global Mental Health Crisis
Working With Patients From High Control Groups, Part 2
Working with Patients from High Control Groups, Part 1
Despite Lack of Attention, Cults Still Continue
Diagnosing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Deviating from Long-Established Medical Practice
The Dilemma: To Join a Group Practice or Go Solo
Eating Disorder Recovery Coaching as an Added Support to Therapy
CDC Report Shows Challenge Facing Health Campaign Goals to Prevent Suicide
Goldwater Rule is Re-visited
This Side of Suicide: Using the Written Word to Cope with Loss
The Biggest Mistake Therapists Make When Diagnosing PTSD
How Clinicians Can Strengthen Their Connection with Patients: Q & A with Frank M. Dattilio, Part 2
How Clinicians Can Strengthen Their Connection with Patients: Q & A with Frank M. Dattilio, Part 1
Protecting Yourself From Violent Patients
How to Combat the Pitfalls of Workplace Stress
Red Flag Bill Moves Through Legislature
To Overcome the Mental Health Bias, Clinicians Must Serve as Examples
What’s Missing From the #MeToo Conversation? A Trauma Therapist Responds
Can the Flipped Classroom Work in the Counseling Center?
Private Practice: Not For the Faint of Heart
Survey Shows Firefighters Have Widespread Mental Health Issues
Mental Health Coverage Still Inadequate
Should States Bring Back Asylums?