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Posts published in April 2018

The Online Journal of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE)

  “SKIN”, Issue 1, Winter 2017 Edition 2017 Editorial Staff Other/Wise Executive & Managing Editor: Farrell Silverberg Other/Wise Editorial Team: George Bermudez Joyce Rosenberg General Introduction to Other/Wise Winter 2017: This much-awaited issue of Other/Wise concerns IFPE’s 2016, 27th Annual…

Why is behavior change so hard?

Editors note: This is one in a series of posts focused on articles published in the March 2018 special edition of Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, which addresses recent advances, issues and discoveries surrounding the neuroscience of coaching and…

Scientific Meeting » NIH Special Event for Autism Awareness Month

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC) is pleased to invite you to attend our annual special event to recognize National Autism Awareness Month. We will be hosting a Panel Presentation featuring speakers from…

The Language of Narcissists

Communicating with someone who has narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) can be confusing. Facial expressions don’t always match the situation and even what is communicated through words can feel irrelevant or crazy-making. Language is one of the key tools of manipulation for…

Best of Our Blogs: April 3, 2018

There’s the fact that you have to deal with it forever. And there’s the reaction you get from loved ones, your community and even society as a whole. Having an illness isn’t an easy way to live. It’s more isolating…

Do You Practice Savior Behavior?

A few years ago, I had a delusion that I was Wonder Woman incarnate and penned these words: “I am thrilled to say that my invisible Wonder Woman cape and tights are in the Jeep (along with my faerie wings, which are…

7 Ways to Stop Time

Many of us have an iffy relationship with time. Largely, we resent it. Because when we’d rather time slow down, it seems to, almost on purpose, sprint and slip away from us. This is why many of us find ourselves…