Knowledge Is Power
What You Need to Know
Learning Makes You Stronger
Self growth and healing need to happen in and out of the therapy room. This page offers helpful articles, videos, interviews, and courses on mental health topics. Topics include marriage, parenting, and self help.
Whether you’re a client or looking for a new life hack, these resources will open up doors for better living.
Most of us are taking on other people’s expectations. But what do you want to take on? Learn what is real and fake responsibility in this article.
Therapy works, assuming you’re getting good therapy. Learn the five signs there might be a problem.
DBT Quick Tips: emotional regulation skills
Learn seven strategies to shave away the layers of pain that will make things tolerable and maybe even enjoyable.
Focusing on our five sense, we can steer our bodies away from exploding.
profound parenting: connect with your child
Before talking about how to raise your child, you need to know where you stand as a person, parent, and spouse.
clarity on the uniqueness of our children and where we want to help them go makes our job as parents more straight forward.
CBT Made Easy: Clinician Trainings
Psychodynamic Insights: Clinician Trainings
Therapists think differently. Learn the different levels of clinical reasoning to improve your insights and effectiveness.
In this video learn how pain protects us from suffering and leads us to what is meaningful.
General Clinical Trainings
What does Carl Jung and his depth psychology have to offer to psychotherapy and a better understanding of transcendence.
How therapists can respond to a suicide attempt in clients with rigid overcontrolled issues
The 13 Principles of Faith: Jewish Philosophy
Idolatry at it’s basic level is the externalization of a person’s psychology. Feelings, thoughts, and beliefs that should remain inside the person and motivate growth
The fifth principle outlines that God alone is fitting to be worshiped and nothing else. This doesn’t just exclude the idea of idolatry but any
The Science of Jewish Morality: ethics in action
In this final class we return to the question of truth asking the question, is something born out of limitation or is it a manifestation
The definition of truth is not clear cut in Judaism. Is there one “truth” to be grasped or is truth something more organic than that?