Once again I interrupt my planned sequence of blog posts to cover a controversial study. I had intended to continue a discussion of claims about long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy being superior to shorter forms of therapy.
Archives for February 2014
Earlier this month, I posted a blog titled, Understanding Lack of Access to Mental Healthcare in the US: 3 Lessons from the Gus Deeds Story. In that post, I highlighted how current mental health commitment
It’s that time of year again. Our screens bombard us with images of bouquets of red roses, strawberries dipped in chocolate and French perfumes. Overnight, stores and shop fronts are filled with pink and
From “60 Minutes,” CBS Television, January 26th, 2014 Creigh Deeds: There’s just a lack of equity in the way we as a society, and certainly as a government and insurance industry, medical industry, with the
Part one: Psychoanalytic psychotherapy uber alles? One might conclude from a quick internet search that the benefits of long-term psychoanalytic or psychodynamic psychotherapy (LTPP) versus shorter treatments has already been shown: LTPP has a superiority