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About Group Therapy

Group therapy provides psychotherapy treatment in a format where there is typically one therapist and six to twelve participants with related problems. Sometimes a therapist may recommend group therapy...
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Components of Recovery

Recovery has only recently become a word used in relation to the experience of psychiatric symptoms. Those of us who experience psychiatric symptoms are commonly told that these symptoms...
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Therapy Revolution

So, you’re considering to give psychotherapy a try. Maybe you’ve been once before and after one or two sessions, you gave it up because you didn’t feel like you...
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The Buddha & The Borderline

The Buddha & The Borderline, by writer, artist and advocate Kiera Van Gelder, exposes a regularly hushed-up topic: borderline personality disorder (BPD). BPD is shrouded in stigma. There’s little...
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The House on Crash Corner

Mostly anecdotal, “The House on Crash Corner,” by Mindy Greenstein, , has a message if you “listen between the lines.” It’s a message on life and death, of understanding,...
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The Quest for Mental Health

One thing about getting older is that history feels more relevant. I grew up in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Cognitive-behavioral therapy was in its infancy, and dialectical...
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