Anxiety Series Part One: What Is Anxiety And Are You Suffering From It?

Are You Suffering From Anxiety? Of all the disorders listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), anxiety disorders are the most common. Almost everyone either knows someone who suffers from anxiety or has suffered from it themselves at some … Continue reading

Non-Verbal Communication as Cues and Clues for Clinicians: An Attachment Perspective

When clients have had insecure childhoods, healing and growth can be facilitated by thinking of therapy as a reparative attachment relationship in which the therapist deliberately tunes into the non-verbal interactive dynamics at play. The following post explores this idea. … Continue reading