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“People are the experts on their own lives:” A Conversation with Michael Silverstein, Ph.D.

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By Elizabeth Helen Spencer Clients who walk into Dr. Michael Silverstein’s office are sure to feel accepted and understood. In our interview, I was struck by his openness and the wealth of knowledge and experience he brings to his work. If there’s a single attribute that quickly comes across, it’s “non-judgmental.” Dr. Silverstein considers all […]

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The Power of Positive Thinking

Have you ever started to complain and then stopped yourself mid-sentence? Perhaps you tried to let go of the complaint by reminding yourself of something you’re grateful for. But that gratitude list may feel more like an admonishment than a blessing: “I shouldn’t be so negative when I have lots to be thankful for, like […]

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What a Troll Can Teach Us About Fear

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“You are lucky it wasn’t the heart!” Princess Elsa nearly kills her younger sister with her magical powers as they are playing together making snowmen and sliding down magical mountains of ice in the movie Frozen (2013, Walt Disney Animation Studios). It is then that the audience meets Pappie, the Troll King. The parents go to […]

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