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Psychotherapy (INACTIVE)

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  • Ron Artest-themed T-shirt gives credit where credit is due

     
    I know the Los Angeles Lakers' Game 7 win over the Boston Celtics for their 16th NBA championship is now a month old, but there still seems to be a lot of Laker-related merchandise floating around town. My new favorite......
  • Who's lining up for the next 'Celebrity Rehab'? Tila Tequila is out; Jeremy London considers it

     
    The bread and butter of "Celebrity Rehab," the VH1 show that attempts to get troubled Z-listers back on the wagon, is the drama the cast experiences on the road to recovery. So it's not all that surprising that the show's......
  • Psychiatrists change their recommendations for depression's treatment

    The American Psychiatric Assn., which labored to bring forth a revision of psychiatry’s “Bible” earlier this year, has just released a more modest opus likely to generate much discussion among mental health professionals. With the...
  • Book Review: Adam Phillips' "On Balance"

    Book Review: Adam Phillips' "On Balance"
    On Balance Adam Phillips Farrar, Straus and Giroux: 314 pp., $26 What is it, exactly, that makes reading Adam Phillips such a refreshing, rewarding and invigorating experience? A psychoanalyst who splits his time between his private practice and his...
  • Hoarding: When stuff really piles up

    Hoarding: When stuff really piles up
    When an elderly Chicago couple were found buried alive in their debris-filled home recently, their plight became a public example of a poignant situation that faces millions of people: the inability to sort through and discard possessions, some of them...
  • Book review: 'Fragments' by Marilyn Monroe

    Book review: 'Fragments' by Marilyn Monroe
    There are cartons of this stuff in attics all over America — the poems, pensées and grocery lists of yearning, dissatisfied people who at some time wished for an emotional coherence that was beyond their reach. These scribbles are of no great...
  • The Production: How 'The King's Speech' found its voice

    The Production: How 'The King's Speech' found its voice
    It's a peculiar person — if not an unabashed sadist — who takes pleasure in someone's stuttering, particularly at a public event. Yet when filmmaker Tom Hooper heard that Colin Firth couldn't stop stammering while accepting an acting honor for...
  • Sober traveling: AA roadside assistance for a recovering alcoholic

    Sober traveling: AA roadside assistance for a recovering alcoholic
    I creep through Los Angeles traffic on Interstate 10 toward my destination: an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting a couple hundred miles east on the Arizona border. My goal for this trip in the winter of 2008 is to drive from California to a conference in...
  • Summer reading: Current events

    Summer reading: Current events
    Allah, Liberty and Love The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom Irshad Manji Simon & Schuster: $25 The author looks at the contentious world views sometimes dividing Muslims and non-Muslims and suggests solutions to transcend those differences....
  • What it looks like inside a migraine

    It can be hard to explain how your world looks to someone whose reality is very different. That's especially true for people with epilepsy and aura-filled migraines. Increasingly, instead of struggling to explain with words, people with these illnesses...
  • Anxiety treatment: Medication, therapy or both can help

     Anxiety treatment: Medication, therapy or both can help
    Karen Smuland has always been an anxious person. But after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York's World Trade Center, she had her first panic attack and ended up in an emergency room, convinced that she was dying. The 48-year-old architect from Bend,...