Archives for April, 2009

The Thinking Client's Therapist

The best part about therapy is that even after thirteen years, unlike your marriage, your relationship with your therapist will still be in the honeymoon stage.

Therapy isn’t the real world. It’s a fantasyland where you, the client, are the center of someone’s undivided...
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Over The Borderline

Wild mood swings, emotional promiscuity, depression, mania, intense relationships characterized by extremes of idealization and devaluation, feelings of rejection or abandonment, identity or gender issues, impulsivity, irritability, emptiness, paranoia, dissociation, self-harm, suicidal ideation, great difficulty controlling intense anger and even psychosis: These can be...
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Welcome to Therapy Unplugged

We're pleased to welcome Sonia Neale to Therapy Unplugged. Sonia is planning to write about many mental health topics here, ranging from her experiences in therapy, with raising three teenagers, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and just generally trying to demystify the process of psychotherapy...
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