Care Sought & Unmet Is Shaming

Shame and pride serve many intrapersonal and interpersonal functions, and understanding how best to work with each in psychotherapy, particularly with survivors of relational trauma (see Schore, 2001), is essential. This is part of a series of posts that have been...

It’s so much easier being yourself

The following session took place one year, 4 months into my therapy with “Clay”. Clay is a very attractive, always well-coiffed, intelligent, articulate man in his mid-50s who originally sought therapy to determine if he “had ADHD”. ...

Catching The Wave

Read this article along with the rest of the issue as a course and gain 2 hours credit:[Content protected for subscribers only] Go to course   “Jessie” was in her late 60s, a single, never married woman who worked caring for animals. At the time of...

Memory Reconsolidation As A Way Of Life

 A colleague on a listserve, whom I’ll call “Dave”, wrote about the relationship between left and right brain processes as relates to memory reconsolidation, and how left brain processes can rigidify and destroy or harm the “big...

Ken Benau

Download Article: TNPTVol5Issue5pp58-59 Ken Benau, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with 27 years’ experience. He has a private practice in psychotherapy, consultation and training in Kensington, CA, located in the San Francisco Bay area. For many years,...
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