Learning to Think for Ourselves

May 13, 2016 Alyssa Siegel 0

Many clients come to counseling expecting therapists to give them the answer – to tell them what to do about a particular problem or symptom. They also often want to know what’s “normal.” At the […]

In Favor of Casual Sex

May 13, 2016 Stanley Siegel 0

Sex is far from the primitive, base instinct we are led to believe it is. It’s our most complicated human need. Whether in a casual encounter or a long relationship, through sex we communicate our […]

Rachel M. Walls – Poetic Healing

November 6, 2014 Editor 0

My first poem just sort of came to me. I had no idea, at the time, the impact it would have on my life. During a warm summer evening in Barcelona, I encountered a woman—the most […]

How Anger Can Heal Us

August 3, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

Anger, generally considered the most forbidden and primal of all emotions, is more accurately the most complex, nuanced, and misunderstood, particularly by mental health professionals. Anger has positive psychological and social purposes that range from […] […]

Scenes From A Bed

May 31, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

A bed is more than a place to rest our weary bodies or have sex with a loved one, casual friend or ourselves. A bed is where we encounter our most intimate relationship– the one […] […]

I Am A Slut

May 31, 2014 Ben Peck 0

I first had sex in 1996, when I was 18. It happened in a Columbia University dorm while my roommate was sleeping. A girl from down the hall crept into my bed, took off her […] […]

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