Amy Stambuk, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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This is where you verify the license for (and complaints against) psychologists or other mental health professionals.
Laws governing confidentiality, professional conduct, use of the title "social worker," and a definition of psychotherapy.
This link from the Association for Play Therapy provides an overview of the background and benefits of play therapy. It also explains the role the family takes throughout the process.
This link from the EMDR International Association provides a helpful guide to Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), how it works, and related research.
Brené Brown has a PhD in social work and studies human connection and vulnerability. When issues surface in her personal life, she discovers her resistance to going to therapy. In this candid and very humorous talk she shares her personal journey with taking the plunge and what she learns about herself along the way.
This is a related talk to the one above. The key to vulnerability is to deal with our shame. Brown's research reveals gender differences which I find interesting. Women tend to experience shame about not being perfect and not being able to do everything, while men tend to experience shame related to weakness.
Winch is a psychologist who makes the case that we should put our emotional health right up there with our physical health. He has a twin brother and shares a lovely story about staying connected and the importance of not working through difficulties alone.
Daniel Kahneman gives a provocative talk on what we remember about our experience and how much space it takes in our brains. You may be surprised.
This is a really neat dialogue about how to talk with kids about sex, death, and race. The takeaway? Be direct, open, and honest.
Hip, current talks about what it's really like to be a parent.
A fresh look at parenting and how to take a load off.
Podcasts geared toward early childhood.
Good overview of the changing adolescent brain…explains a whole lot about behavior too.
Check out the book too, but Bazelon paints a clear picture of how technology is being used to spread meanness…she also makes a call for the return of empathy.
The world's largest collection of books, toys and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls. This is a super cool site. If anyone finds websites this cool for boys, please let me know!