Monthly Archives: May 2013

What Do People Mean By “Resilience” As An Outcome Of Therapy?

It’s becoming a bit of a pop star in the academic and scientific world, the word “resilience”. But what does it mean when it’s used (say, like “empathy”) within the context of psychotherapy? Let me give you a scenario… You suffer from a general (though intermittent) anxiety revolving around things in your environment that are… Read more »

Artists on Depression

The blog Hyperbole and a Half has been receiving a lot of attention today due to an entry which very effectively illustrates (literally and figuratively) the author’s own recent experiences with depression. There is no single, monolithic “depression experience”. In other words, the author’s illustration doesn’t necessarily need to be seen as definitive (you may… Read more »