Facing unknowns is very difficult. In the face of an epidemic, we are uncertain how to respond. Threatened by contagion, terrified by unknown risks, we
Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips
Licensed Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Diplomate in Group Psychology, Certified Group Therapist, Author, Radio Host and Media Consultant Covering a Wide Range of Psychological Topics
On Thursday 11/14/19, a male student opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. Pulling a pistol from his backpack, he killed a
Most of us have found ourselves at the end of some chapter in our life, be it by choice, age, circumstance, illness or traumatic event.
One of the most powerful and frightening articles I read this summer was Leslie Jamison’s Opinion piece, “Rape, Race and the Jogger”. She starts by
In the aftermath of the recent presidential election, families reflect the divide and uncertainty that the nation faces. With the unrelenting media coverage and visceral
There is collective fear and suffering in our nation. In our cities, there have been too many shootings of black men, police officers and innocent
Resiliency has been defined as the ability to deal with adversity, be it small daily stressors or unexpected traumatic events. More specifically, resiliency is seen
Researchers recently asked the same question using the Swedish Twin study in which they assessed whether an adolescent’s anxiety was transmitted by genetic or environmental
What people do not see and may not understand is that the homecoming of a veteran is both a treasured event and a complex process.