Couples Therapy

May 13, 2016 Alyssa Siegel 0

Anyone who has ever been in a long term relationship will tell you that it weathered some very rough times, even moments rife with uncertainty about its viability. More than any other reason, people come […]

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 […]

Disordering Gender: Breaking the Transgender Taboo

October 2, 2015 Editor 0

What are therapists treating when they treat clients for “Gender Identity Disorder”? Both insurance companies and standards of care demand that therapists carefully diagnose patients who present ourselves as having gender identities at odds with […]

Sacred Sexuality and Sex

September 7, 2015 admin 0

Sex and Soul To define sacred sexuality, it is important to rediscover what sex means to us. Paramount for growth in this area is to break out of preconceived thinking. To help us step out […]

Mute About Money

June 8, 2015 Editor 0

Money competes quite well with sex for the position of the number one no-talk topic in our society. Friends, relatives and significant others typically do not speak openly about money. We can begin to understand […] […]

Defining Your Relational Currency

June 8, 2015 admin 0

Excerpt from “For Love and Money: Exploring Sexual & Financial Betrayal in Relationships” Money, it turned out, was exactly like sex: You thought of nothing else if you didn’t have it and thought of other things […] […]

How Old Are You Really?

December 24, 2014 Stanley Siegel 0

Once, when I was visiting my daughter in Portland, Oregon, I boarded a street car on my way the Pearl District to visit an art gallery where I’d also planned to meet a friend. Anxious […] […]

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