Category Archives: 2015 Articles

Seduced by Swiping

By: Elizabeth Edge, LCSW, CSAT Vanity Fair’s article “Tinder is the Night” by Nancy Jo Sales speaks to the culture of quick hookups through online apps such as Tinder. One-night stands and quick sexual fixes seem to be what our … Continue reading

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The Possibility of Change

by Laura McNulty, LMFT People often come to therapy because they would like something in their lives to change.  It might be a relationship, a feeling of disconnection, a creative rut, a harmful habit or a general sense of imbalance.  … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

By Elizabeth Eiland Figueroa, LMSW   “Is your couch heavy?” a colleague asks me. She is buying my office furniture, and needs to plan how she will load it into her borrowed truck.  I think of all the emotional weight … Continue reading

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Toss off a Song

by Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. A few years ago I had the following dream: I am in a line of people and we are all walking single file into a lake.  There is no hurry.  Everyone is calm and moving easily … Continue reading

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