The Pandemic Has Created a ‘Zoom Boom’ in Remote Psychotherapy

In the before times, clinical psychologist Leslie Becker-Phelps met with patients in a tidy private office in Basking Ridge, N.J., carefully observing their demeanor, body language and, with couples, interpersonal vibe. That changed with COVID’s social-distancing exigencies. “My office is a 14-foot by 14-foot room,” she explains, “and I am not going to do therapy … Read more

It’s Clearer Than Ever – The Active Compound in Ecstasy Can Safely Assist PTSD Therapy

For people with post-traumatic stress disorder, recalling memories of physical or sexual assault, combat or disaster-related events can induce intense anxiety or panic attacks as well as debilitating flashbacks.   In the US, about seven percent of people suffer from PTSD and lose an average of about four working days each month as a result. … Read more