SELECTED ARTICLES: GENERAL INFORMATION & ADVICE
  Author Article Title Posted Date Article Sum Article Downloads
View Dr. Jennifer Baxt, DMFT, NCC, DCC What is psychoanalytical therapy all about? 10/9/2008 What do you know about psychoanalytical therapy? Find out what is means and how to acheive it through through online counseling?
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View Arthur Becker-Weidman, Ph.D. Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute 12/7/2008 This article describes the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute, which was formed to provide a certification process for therapists who want to practice this effective and evidence-based treatment for Complex Trauma and disorders of attachment. The article describes the Institute and its certification process to become certified as a therapist and consultant.
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View Dr. Jennifer Baxt, DMFT, NCC, DCC Parents, babies and frustration 1/22/2008 There comes a time in many people’s lives when they find that special someone. They date, they get married and then they can’t wait until they have a little bundle of joy.
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View Dr. Jennifer Baxt, DMFT, NCC, DCC Is counseling right for you? 8/28/2008 There are various types of counseling available. This article talks about counseling and if it is right for you.
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View N.P.Rygaard Therapy with adoptees in puberty 2/29/2008 The background of these reflections is a number of therapies with a uniform content matter: the adopted child enters puberty, and the family experiences a number of serious conflicts to the surprise of those involved. These conflicts often contain the element of intense anger towards the adoptive parents, some times even violence. I have tried to convey some reflections on useful ways of understanding this chain of events, hoping that they can be useful for therapists when planning the therapeutic sessions: 1. What is special about the bonding process between adoptive parents and the adoptee? 2. What problems may be generated by these circumstances? 3. How can you work?
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