Roger Keizerstein

Members Download Article Roger Keizerstein, LCSW, is a child psychotherapist and a certified clinical trauma professional. He has been in private practice in East Setauket, NY, for 35 years. His stories and essays have appeared in Newsday, The New York Times, The...

Aware: The Science & Practice of Presence

Aware: The Science & Practice of Presence By Daniel J. Siegel   Members Download Article Members Printer Friendly PDF Science is now illuminating some of the ways in which we can see how cultivating our capacity to be aware enhances our health and...

The Neuropsychotherapist Volume 6 Issue 9

THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 6 Issue 9 (September 2018) ISSN 2201-9529 As we move into Spring in the southern hemisphere and Fall in the north, this issue celebrates both new growth and the harvest in a fascinating selection of articles. In keeping with our aim to...

The Ethics of Caring

Book Review The Ethics of Caring: Finding Right Relationship with Clients by Kylea Taylor Reviewed by Gunnel Minett   The Ethics of Caring: Finding Right Relationship with Clients by Kylea Taylor. Hanford Mead Publishers, Santa Cruz, CA, third edition, 2017, 335...

Will Semi-Smart AIs Replace Psychotherapists?

Members Download PDF PDF Print Version Only Will Semi-Smart AIs Replace Psychotherapists? David Van Nuys   There’s a lot of excitement in the air these days about artificial intelligence (AI), along with a lot of speculation about who will be impacted in...

The Importance of Breaking Rules

Members Download PDF PDF Print Version Only The Importance of Breaking Rules—Therapy, Art and Integration By Kate Cohen-Posey It has been more than fifteen years since I began integrating art with ego–state work. Evocative images can personify distressing...

The Treatment of a 12-Year-Old with Trauma

Members Download Article PDF Print Version Only When Colin was 10 years old he was told that he had diabetes. In retrospect, his symptoms leading up to his diagnosis made complete sense, but since he had such a full, busy schedule, his parents and pediatrician...

Neuropsychotherapy and Alcoholics Anonymous

Members Download Article PDF Print Version Only A few Fridays ago, “Keith” said, in an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting I attended, that his niece is an addictions counselor, and that she does not recommend AA for her clients, that AA “is a cult,...

Conservative Brains vs Liberal Brains

Members Download Article PDF Print Only Version Neuroscience and politics have traditionally occupied distant regions of my mind—I hardly ever think of one when discussing the other. While I find neuroscience fascinating and inspiring, I feel mostly frustrated,...

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