Special thanks to Professor Keith Laws, blogger at LawsDystopiaBlog and especially the pseudonymous Neurocritic for their helpful comments. But any excesses or inaccuracies are entirely my own responsibility. You may be more able to
Promoters of Emotionally Focused Psychotherapy offer sciencey claims with undeclared conflicts of interest, cherry picked evidence, and bad science. The temptation exists for researchers and clinicians to search for the strongest and most provocative version
We all hope that an alternative can be found to treating persons with schizophrenia with only modestly effective antipsychotic medication that has serious side effects. Persons with schizophrenia and their families deserve an alternative. That
Much ado about very little: Lancet study of cognitive therapy for persons with unmedicated schizophrenia
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.
David Dobbs’ Social Life of Genes was racing past 6000 words when it screeched to a halt with an exhortation from Steve Cole. The quote could have come right out of a positive psychology motivational