Joan E. Childs, LCSW, compares the process of writing her new book “I Hate the Man I Love” to child birth, “The process was long, arduous and painful, but perhaps the most gratifying feeling…” The book will be released February 2020
How a colonoscopy helped me realize to “Live each day as if it were your last, because one day it will be!”
To create and maintain closeness in a relationship, you might want to consider couple counseling, to embrace change and growth and achieve closeness and connection.
I have just returned from Italy where I spent four spectacular days with my friends and colleagues from my training (ECCT) with Hedy Schleifer.
The Duality of Gun Violence & Mental Illness
June 14, 2019 | 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
3.0 CEU – Continuing Education for Behavioral Health & Other Professionals
Please join me at my next speaking engagement, The Duality of Gun Violence and Mental Illness, April 30, 2019 12:30 – 2:00 pm, NSU Lifelong Learning Institute, 3100 SW 9th Ave, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33315
Have you or anyone in your family been affected by mental illness? Have you been impacted in anyway by gun violence? I have suffered the consequences of both. Both these tragedies left me reeling with a cascade of grief that continues to haunt me as I write this blog today.
How a marriage can survive, grow and even flourish from the shock of an affair.
As part of the human species we all have a shadow side. What is the shadow side of our personality? It’s the dark side—that side that we don’t want to own and project it on others in a way to rid ourselves of our unacceptable parts. It is the hidden power of the dark side of human nature and we all have it!
From the moment I saw him in the palm of her hand, resting against her chest and nibbling on her necklace, I knew he would be mine.