Failed to load licensing components!

Please RE-INSTALL / REPAIR SKIN! DO NOT UNINSTALL SKIN which will cause unrecoverable data loss!




Andrew Susskind

If You Build It, They Will Come: The Transformational Space of Men’s Groups

Men’s therapy groups provide an exceptional opportunity for men to be fully themselves with one another. In addition to traditional roles men often play, they also have deeper longings for more meaningful, authentic contact in their lives, and group therapy is one venue where they get to practice the here-and-now experience of deeper connection and vulnerability. In his 1988 book Bradshaw: On The Family (which was later expanded into a PBS series), John Bradshaw made the distinction between human doings and human beings. Men’s groups offer a space for men to experience themselves more dimensionally, and less imprisoned in the doing role.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015/Author: Andrew Susskind/Number of views (1714)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Gender Specific
Tags:
Patricia O’Gorman, PhD

Why Your Girly Thoughts Are Harmful to You . . . and What You Can Do About Them!

Have you ever wondered, as I have, why women are more represented among those who use psychotherapy? Do women really have more problems? Do they strive for greater insight? Or are they just more aware?

Friday, November 14, 2014/Author: Patricia O’Gorman, PhD/Number of views (961)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Gender Specific
Tags:
Carol Teitelbaum

The Beautiful Face of Recovery


Betty Ford saved many women’s lives – women she never met. Thanks to her honesty and willingness to express her vulnerabilities on a national, public level, as well as to personal friends and family, more and more women have been able to admit that they too have addictions to alcohol and/or drugs. Betty Ford revealed her addiction to the public in 1978. In 1982, she, along with former ambassador to Belgium Leonard Firestone, founded the Betty Ford Center.

Friday, November 14, 2014/Author: Carol Teitelbaum/Number of views (1018)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Gender Specific
Tags:
Dan Griffin

Gender and the Path to Wholeness

As I have been looking at gender — primarily masculinity — and addiction off and on for more than a decade and a half, I have arrived at some nascent ideas that I am sure are not original but are compelling nonetheless.

Thursday, December 2, 2010/Author: Dan Griffin/Number of views (892)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Gender Specific
Tags:
Carol Teitelbaum

It Happens to Boys: Walking the Heroic Path

What Makes Boys Afraid to Talk about Sexual Abuse?

Wednesday, September 29, 2010/Author: Carol Teitelbaum/Number of views (924)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Gender Specific
Tags:
RSS
12


Addiction Therapeutic Services