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Authoritarianism, Cave Dwelling and the Contemporary Escape from Freedom

Authoritarianism, Cave Dwelling and the Contemporary Escape from Freedom

Today (during the third decade of the 21st Century) we are finding powerful forces moving many countries toward authoritarianism. These forces are identified in this essay.

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Relational Psychotherapy: Enriching the Psychodynamic Repertoire

Relational Psychotherapy: Enriching the Psychodynamic Repertoire

Relational psychotherapy is often referred to as a “two-person psychology” which acknowledges that there are two full subjectivities in the therapy room.

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Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships X: Forming A Relationship

Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships X: Forming A Relationship

Couples move through four overall stages of development, the initial stage being defined as “forming,” and the subsequent three stages being defined as “storming,” “norming” and “performing” — to borrow terms used by Tuchman.

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What Has the Coronavirus Taught Us in Our Life?

What Has the Coronavirus Taught Us in Our Life?

One thing that amazes me, is that COVID-19 has provided reminder of our interconnectedness.

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A New Core Anchor for a Different Voice: Connection

A New Core Anchor for a Different Voice: Connection

My educational experience in cross-cultural coaching at the Professional School of Psychology (PSP) actually began ten days prior to the …

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Pathways to Sleep II: How Do We “Manage” Sleep?

Pathways to Sleep II: How Do We “Manage” Sleep?

There is a paradox embedded in the question being asked in this essay: how do we “manage” sleep? We all …

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Leading into the Future II: A Tale of Three Societies

Leading into the Future II: A Tale of Three Societies

Many societies in our world are in the midst of major transformation from a premodern to modern social structure. This is being replicated in the shift of other societies from a modern to postmodern social structure.

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The New Johari Window II: Two Models of Interpersonal Awareness

The New Johari Window II: Two Models of Interpersonal Awareness

Joe Luft’s original model contained four quadrants that represented the total person in relation to other persons. These four quadrants also define the essential features of the New Johari Window.

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The Case of Yael by Louis Breger, Ph.D.

The Case of Yael by Louis Breger, Ph.D.

We present one of the cases from Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting and then provide our own comments regarding this case, exploring the inter-subjectivity perspective that underlies Lou Breger’s work.

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My Hope for Having Children: A True Story of Love, Sacrifice, Faith, Courage and Hope

My Hope for Having Children: A True Story of Love, Sacrifice, Faith, Courage and Hope

Maria Calderon-Romero, Psy.D. My essay is on hope with a focus on the most incredible, yet breath-taking part of my …

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