Tag Archives: mindfulness

Treating Depression with Therapy Instead of Medication

Medication is helpful for some people some of the time, but often people come to me after trying anti-depressants and seeing very little difference. What can therapy provide that pills can’t? Check out this great piece in the New York Times to learn more about how therapy — and specifically accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) […]

Mindfulness is a Pain

Would you rather spend 6-15 minutes alone with your thoughts, or give yourself an electric shock? Would you be surprised to learn that 67% of men and 25% of women chose the shock? Check out this recent study to learn more about the anxiety that comes up when we try to shift gears out of […]

Leave Your Phone In Your Pocket

You have a few spare moments while you are standing in line, waiting for a bus, riding in a taxi, whatever. So you pull out your phone. You tell yourself that you’re being productive and efficient by using these moments to check email or respond to texts. But if you are honest with yourself, productivity […]