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A Russian medical proverb states: "Feelings that have no vent in words, may make other organs weep." This means that the way we feel - especially being sad, feeling hurt or angry - can have very ... Read More »
Horses have been employed for centuries as transport, beasts of burden, and companionship. For many years horses have been used on a very small scale for therapeutic purposes. I have witnessed equine ... Read More »
Whether or not someone is actually deemed to be cool sounds like stuff of playground gossip and, in fact, it is. But recently a group of social scientists at the University of Rochester Medical ... Read More »
During the course of a physical exam I have with an adolescent, the routine discussion of drug use will make its way into the conversation. Frankly, if it didn’t occur, I wouldn’t be doing my ... Read More »
Posted in Parenting Teena... by Eric Komoroff on Nov 26, 2012
Even for adults, it can seem as if the world of jazz is an insular one—like you either get it or you don’t. So it’s easy to see why young people may feel a bit put off, especially given its ... Read More »
I have recently spoken to several people who have returned to the west coast after having unfortunately traveled back east just as Hurricane Sandy hit. As one person recounted his experience I could ... Read More »
1. 'Tis the Season(al) Affective Disorder: Why Am I a Scrooge over the holidays? Mood is worse over the holidays. Recognize there is great debate here about whether the ... Read More »
Can peas replace Prozac pills and apples replace Abilify tablets? Hippocrates, who believed in the healing power of nature, may have been on to something when he advised us nearly 25 centuries ago to ... Read More »
There is a tendency for people to come to therapy with the expressed desire of feeling better, and by this, many mean off loading their painful or unpleasant emotions. There is also a tendency for ... Read More »
Well over 4 years ago, I was proud to have my office participate in what I felt would become a landmark research study assessing whether boys (just like their female counterparts) were starting ... Read More »

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