Clinical Psychology

The Coronavirus and Post-Traumatic Growth

On March 6, 1987, a ferry traveling from England to Belgium capsized, causing the death of 193 people. In the months after the disaster, many of the approximately 300 survivors suffered symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, including upsetting dreams; anxiety; emotional detachment and numbness; and difficulties with sleep and concentration. More

Is There Any Way to Emotionally Prepare for Parenthood?

This guide was originally published on May 23, 2019 in NYT Parenting. While the adage that “nothing can prepare you for parenthood” is mostly true, there are some things you can do to get into the right headspace before you have kids. Preparing mentally and emotionally during pregnancy can reduce the risk More