Frozen Embryos and the Price of Life in Modern World

As technological advances offer more and more options for families on how to bring a child into the world, a new area of challenges is emerging for couples and families. What does one do with frozen embryos once they are no longer medically needed? What options are...

Inherited Family Trauma

“Emerging trends in psychotherapy are now beginning to point beyond the traumas of the individual to include traumatic events in the family and social history as a part of the whole picture. Tragedies varying in type and intensity—such as abandonment, suicide...

Memory is in the blood and bone

Amy Bombay is an assistant professor of psychiatry doing research on heightened predisposition to psychological distress among Indigenous population of Canada as well as other places around the world.  Similarly to other studies in this field, Bambay’s research...

Bert Hellinger on reaching deep insights in systemic work

In this short video Bert Hellinger talks about the art of phenomenological observation and how it can be used to reach deep insights in systemic work.For those of you who prefer reading, we include a transcript of the video. Please see below.   ‘The...

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