Why a therapist should talk politics (NYT): If the patient describes a nearly unbearable work situation, the therapist will tend to focus on the nature of the patient’s response to the situation, implicitly treating the situation itself as unchangeable, a fact of life. But an untenable or unjust environment is not always just a fact […]
Naomi Rose, MA, is an Oakland, CA-based book developer with a specialty in helping therapists write books, and the author of Starting Your Book: A Guide to Navigating the Blank Page by Attending to What’s Inside You. She talked to WTCI via email about her work, why she believes it’s good for therapists to write […]
What Your Shrink’s Office Says About You…or under what circumstances would you let a fellow therapist photograph you in your office? (Daily Beast): Thanks to his unique combination of being both a practicing psychoanalyst with nearly 30 years of experience and also a trained professional photographer, Dr. Mark Gerald has been able to throw open a […]
It’s being tried (NYT): Mental health patients do not have the ready access to office visit notes that, increasingly, other patients enjoy. But Mr. Baldwin is among about 700 patients at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center who are participating in a novel experiment. Within days of a session, they can read their therapists’ notes on their […]
Anthony Centore details the process of launching a new online therapist directory.