Monday, November 06, 2006

More feel good, feel bad

There are posts about things that make you feel bad, or good. What would you guess on these?

Separating and Self : The Anti-enmeshment Factor

Getting Crazy and Humor

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Sunday, November 05, 2006

Feel good, feel bad

There are posts about things that make you feel bad, and posts about things that make you feel good. It won't take much imagination to decide which ones these two belong to:

Humiliating Others-Deliberate Abuse that Cuts Deep

Oprah, Child Abuse, and Secondary Trauma

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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Falling asleep in shul is not just another Jewish thing

I’ll bet you’re thinking, oh no.

Another Jewish thing, like the one she did on Rosh HaShana or when she was even MORE Jewish and wrote about being in the synagogue on Yom Kippur. And then there’s that weird mantra post she wrote about finding lost objects. Nam myo ho re. . . (never mind).

Foiled again.

No, this one's really about listening. Could have been titled, What the Rabbi Didn't Say.


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Friday, November 03, 2006

Antidepressants and kids

I posted this on on November 1, 2006 when a story came out in the news, once again dissing medication for teenagers, declaring the jury's still out.

Frankly, when this happens professionals in my field want to scream. So I did.

Check this link about suicide, antidepressants, and teenagers.

Therapy Doc

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Me

This is a humorous look at SADS and my personal discovery of light. Check it out. It was posted on November 2, 2006.

It's autumn, what did you expect?

Thursday, November 02, 2006

About the Co-Investigator

Sometimes a therapist will consult with me, looking for the easy answer to what's going on with a patient and where to go with it next.

I want to say, What's the rush, it took a long time for whatever this is to evolve, what's the hurry to fix it boom, boom, boom. Get to know your client, enjoy the relationship.

But what I end up saying is that it's the patient who will tell the therapist where to go next and what strategies are going to work.

So the rest of the story is here. I wrote it on 10-31-06.

It's a interactional kind of therapy.