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April 12, 2019

I recently gave a talk to parents of teenagers. As I was describing the changes that take place in the teenage brain, it suddenly occurred to me that if you didn’t know I was talking about a teenager, you might think I was describing an entirely different species! One...

January 12, 2018

When I was a student, I wrote a dissertation on Child Sex Trafficking. I set out to discover what young girls who had been trafficked had experienced, how they survived, and what life was like once they got out. What emerged from the study was that girls who had at lea...

June 20, 2017

Bob (a fictional character) comes to see me for the first time, and reports that he constantly feels tired, struggles to sleep at night, has developed a number of physical symptoms, and is generally feeling more emotional and less able to cope in his every day life tha...

April 29, 2016

Anxiety throws you into a vicious cycle that is always difficult to break. Let’s take Sam, for example. Sam was riding the bus one day, and suddenly he started to feel a little claustrophobic. He noticed his heart racing, his hands sweating, and he suddenly felt dizzy,...

March 6, 2016

We’ve all been there. That moment when something happens and your world is turned upside down. A loss, a pending divorce, a(nother) family feud, a diagnosis, a meeting with your child’s teacher…the list is endless. I guess that’s because crisis is inevitable. First com...

February 21, 2016

One of the most common things I see in therapy is people battling with low self-esteem. This presents itself in many different forms. Sometimes it looks like a person very concerned with what other people think of them. Others constantly look for reassurance from peopl...

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