Tag Archives: New York Times

Caregiver Support

This weekend’s New York Times had a lovely blog post about the stresses and even trauma that caregivers can suffer. We are so proud to have Audrey at MFT3 who specializes in just this type of therapy. If you or someone … Continue reading »

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Weathering an Unspeakable Tragedy

In the wake of the Newtown tragedy, the killings in the elementary school of Sandy Hook, CT, I keep finding myself at a loss for words. I am numb, horrified, angered beyond belief, indignant, sad to a deep depth, and … Continue reading »

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Therapy is actually hard work

A recent article in the New York Times has left me a bit steamed. In it, the author (Dr. Richard A. Friedman) states that he does not believe that insight can help someone in therapy feel better. To this point … Continue reading »

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Waiting for the second marshmallow

A series of recent tidbits have been rattling about in my brain and I think I have finally found the thread that connects them all. So bear with me and see what you think. It all started with a New … Continue reading »

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Age Old Battle

I continue to struggle with a viewpoint posed in a recent New York Times article. In “Playing the Fool” as posed by the writer, the premise is that it is oftentimes best to go along with patients who are drug-seeking … Continue reading »

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The Marriage Effect

The New York Times Magazine had an interesting article this past weekend titled “Is Marriage Good for Your Health?” and as many can surmise, yes, marriage does have many positive side effects. If you have recently looked into purchasing health … Continue reading »

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It’s Valentine’s Day

I know, so many people are offput by the somewhat contrived essence of Valentine’s Day, a Hallmark cash cow and one more way for those who are un-coupled to feel even more left out. I know, I know. But that’s … Continue reading »

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Time to stop repeating ourselves and just live

I know that this is a bit late, Groundhog Day was Feb. 2, but I was struck by this thoughtful review of the movie of the same name starring Bill Murray. It’s not exactly new (1993), and maybe not on … Continue reading »

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The Cost of Mental Health Care

The New York Times has run two articles recently, “How to Find Mental Health Care When Money Is Tight” and “In Anxious Times, Medical Help for the Mind as Well as the Body” which ran 2 weeks ago. While I … Continue reading »

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