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Understanding Binge Eating Disorder

Understanding Binge Eating Disorder

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 From 5:30pm-6:15pm Minimized, misunderstood, and too-often under-acknowledged, Binge Eating Disorder (or BED) only recently began gaining public recognition just 4 years ago after first obtaining the status of clinical diagnosis in the DSM-V...

Can I Hear You Cry?

Can I Hear You Cry?

“There is no such thing as a baby’ –meaning that if you set out to describe a baby you will find you are describing a baby and someone. A baby cannot exist alone but is essentially part of a relationship” (Winnicott, 1964, p 88). The story begins on a late summer...

Rules vs. Relational Intelligence

Rules vs. Relational Intelligence

Therapists learn a lot from their clients. While working with a couple on marital conflicts, we landed on a few practical ground rules designed to keep disagreements from becoming all-out wars at their house. Fearing the guidelines might feel too oppressive to the...