I just presented on the topic of Managing our Digital Lives (#ilife #phoneworlds) for a group of graduate students at… Read more Digital Life and its Consequences: #iLife #phoneworlds
Telehealth has provided people with more options in how to give and receive mental health services. According to the American Psychological Association, telepsychology,… Read more Artificially intelligent therapists?
Spoiler alert for the book Brain on Fire – By Susannah Cahalan. The following is written for any reader but with… Read more Mental illness or auto-immune?
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wears the same style shirt every day. Why? Because it saves him time and energy (Harding,… Read more Freedom paradox: Chained by options
The paradox of our times is that we have access to everything but often feel like we are not doing… Read more Do less to do more
In his stand up, comedian Louie C.K. spoke to the phenomenon of incessant self recording by video or selfies of every… Read more #postyourlife… or just live it
You can’t live without them and its becoming difficult to live with them. And I am not talking about romantic… Read more Relationship with our smartphones
If these pairs of letters look familiar to you then you are probably a survivor of food sensitivities or know… Read more GF, DF, WF, CF: Food Disabilities
I have had the privilege of co-facilitating groups (with very bright and talented interns) for international students at university counseling… Read more Myth: Chinese people don’t need therapy
Our world today is smaller than ever. Given the amount of time many of us spend texting, facebooking, emailing, tweeting…… Read more Breaking up: physical and virtual