Category : Behavioral Health

Denial: Is it Always Pathological?


First appeared in Huffington Post Denial is a word that people in recovery use often. It refers to an addict denying his...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

Childhood Trauma and the Wheel of Trauma and...


Feelings happen in the body. That’s why when we’re stressed out psychologically we experience it physically. If we...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

FORGIVENESSS INTERVENTIONS


Experiential Exercises for Working through Forgiveness Tian Dayton’s best-selling book, Forgiving and Moving On, is now...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

The Grief Workshop


Grieving Old Losses Losses that have gone underground for years, that have remained open wounds deep within the self, may...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

Encounters with the Self and the Group:...


Psychodrama allows complexes and conflicts to be concretized by casting group members to play roles from the life of the...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

The Benefits of Journaling in Treatment and...


The translating of emotion into words is both illuminating and healing. It allows us to label what we’re feeling so that...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

Relationship Trauma Repair: A User-Friendly,...


The greatest shift over the past two decades in the mental health world is the recognition that the body, as well as the...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013
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