It matters that people have a way to use the latest findings in psychology beyond buying a pill for depression. It matters that people have a way of looking at their lives that lets them ask the big questions and determine how they want to live – and that this is supported by therapists and mental health professionals.

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The problem with psychology is that it doesn’t keep up with the latest fads.  That was the conclusion of a panel discussion covered by the APA Monitor.  Recommendations for the future of psychology included the inevitable “pay more attention to key markets,” “embrace technology” like Twitter (maybe you...
Baseball is arguably the ultimate existential sport – and I have been a Mets fan from birth.  I would like to say that for me, being a Mets fan has been genetically encoded—an existential given—even though I know it is impossible having been born to a Yankees fan and a Minnesota Twins fan just a few years after the Mets came...
When pondering the dilemma of being a human being and a member of the human race in these increasingly chaotic and radically shifting times, I sometimes feel overwhelmed trying to make some kind of sense out of it all. We find ourselves filled with so much awareness and energy, alive with the potential for unimaginable creativity and...
"Your experience of life can teach you everything you need to know if you are but awake enough to receive the message. " - Hendricks & Weinhold (1982) It is an interesting dynamic that human beings often seem to require permission to be in the moment. Our conception of time as defined by discreet events linked together often...
Women, and to attempt to be more precise, women living in western societies have the lived experience of menopause. Menopause has been shaped by clinical diagnosis and defined as a number of symptoms. Author and British psychologist Sue Brayne recently published, “Sex, Meaning and Menopause” as research based narrative on the physical...

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