Your Therapist Is Better at Handling Emotions Than You Are!

Meeting Of Support Group Impressive findings from the other side of the therapy couch: your therapist is better at regulating her emotions than you are, according to a small new study in the Journal of Psychotherapy*. The authors wanted to see if psychotherapists are better at regulating emotion than the rest of us, so they Read more about Your Therapist Is Better at Handling Emotions Than You Are![…]

For Social Anxiety, Therapy Beats Antidepressants!

For the estimated 7% of people who suffer from social anxiety disorder, antidepressants are often the first line of defense. But a new meta-analysis published in The Lancet Psychiatry found that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is actually more effective—and unlike with antidepressants, the effects last after you stop. The analysis looked at data from more Read more about For Social Anxiety, Therapy Beats Antidepressants![…]

Can One Dose Of Antidepressant Lead To Changes In Your Brain?

It is estimated that up to 1 in 10 adults suffer with depression. Medications for treating depression can be effective, yet certain medications which are taken for depression such as SSRIs, (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) may take up to a month or longer before patients begin to experience relief of symptoms. Still, some patients may Read more about Can One Dose Of Antidepressant Lead To Changes In Your Brain?[…]