SELECTED PSYCHOLOGY-RELATED ARTICLES
Coping With Addictions by Eric Endlich
How Do I Know If I'm Addicted? If any of the following conditions describes you, you have been abusing alcohol or drugs: * your substance use prevents you from doing what you need to do at work, at school, or at home * you repeatedly use a substance in ways that can be physically dangerous (e.g., driving under the influence).....
Entitled Kids, Defensive Parents by Linda Sapadin, Ph.D.
We have been in a new era of child rearing for quite sometime now. This new era was supposed to be an improvement over the old one, in which disciplining children was based on an unreflective use of fear, punishment and “do it, because I said so.”
Forgiveness, Child Abuse, Dissociation and an Experiment with Gentle Reparenting by Eric Loeb
The following is my contribution to Lois Einhorn’s book, Forgiveness and Child Abuse, Would YOU Forgive (Robert D. Reed Publishers, 2006). I was included because I was Lois’ therapist when her memories surfaced.
The Psychological Evaluation in Child Custody Cases by David S. Wachtel, Ph. D.
The relationships between the legal system and mental health care providers have become increasingly interconnected in recent years. The increased strain on the family and the emergence of the “disposable society” have resulted in overwhelming numbers of divorces, re-marriages and blended families having become much more commonplace and acceptable