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  • Why Are People Still Reluctant to go to Therapy?
    There has been a lot written in the past as to why people are reluctant to call a therapist for help. From trying to “toughen” it out themselves, to making Read more
  • Belief Systems
    I would like to write about a topic that I have been interested in for some time - how belief systems are formed and how they run our lives. Since this Read more
  • Anger Management
    Anger Management has become common topic to write about not only because of the increase in worldwide violence in the media, but also the increase in workplace violence that appears Read more
  • Difficult People
    Problem Interactions in the Workplace Interviewed on this topic by Janet Pfeiffer on Anger911 radio (1/14/15) Http://www.iheart.com/show/53-anger-911-radio  Problem interactions in the workplace is a subject I’m sure we have all encountered at one Read more
  • The Complexity of Adolescence
    I would like to write about a topic that I presented with a colleague several years ago entitled The Complexity of Adolescence. Adolescence is a transitional stage of physical, cognitive, emotional, Read more
  • SELF-INFLICTED VIOLENCE
    From the book The Scarred Soul: Understanding and Ending Self-Inflicted Violence by Dr. Tracey Alderman Self-inflicted violence or self-harm is most associated with individuals who engage in skin-cutting and are often Read more
  • Childhood Wounds and How They Play Out in Our Relationships
    Everyone has Childhood Wounds even if we were brought up in a loving and stable home environment. We are not talking about physical wounds, but emotional injuries that become embedded Read more
  • SOCIOPATHY
    I would like to write about a topic that I have become more and more interested in and have been seeing more of in my clinical work - sociopathy. Whether Read more
  • Burnout: The Dangers of Acute and Chronic Secondary Stress
    This essay was first presented to a group of social workers at a major medical center in northern New Jersey entitled, “Burnout: The Dangers of Acute and Chronic Secondary Stress.” Read more
  • Resiliency, Perseverance, and Integrity
    Our work and careers are a major part of our lives. The reasons we have careers is not only the financial reward our jobs provide, but also the satisfaction our Read more
  • The "Invisibility" of Mental Illness
    Physical illness and disease has always been viewed differently from mental illness. With physical illness, many have pointed out, there is a quantifiable or measurable aspect in that a physician Read more

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