Magazine article Psychotherapy Networker

Across the Great Divide by Michael Ventura

Magazine article Psychotherapy Networker

Across the Great Divide by Michael Ventura

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Across the Great Divide By Michael Ventura

As they've aged, the Boomers have kept redefining previous generations' ideas about the stages of the life cycle. But while the pop bromide may insist that "50 is the new 30," when you're pushing 60, you're no longer middle-aged--you're about to be old.

In Praise of the Older Therapist By Walter Lowe, Jr.

Among the more curious findings of the therapy-research literature is the failure to show that experienced clinicians get any better results than novices. Maybe the problem is that, too often, experience can make you less aware of the uniqueness of the people in your office.

Getting Older and Better

Four ways of maintaining your edge as a clinician, no matter what your age.

Bitter Pill By Lawrence Diller

Researchers and practitioners alike have long been concerned that Ritalin use in childhood could lead to later drug abuse. But when a University of California researcher published a study that seemed to confirm those concerns, she set off a firestorm in the world of AD/HD treatment.

Who Am I, Who Are You ? By Diane Ackerman

One of life's everyday miracles is that each human personality is unique, and will never exist again in all of creation. But how is it possible for vast numbers of humans to have such elaborate, novel personalities? …

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