What can you do when you can’t “think your way out” of painful emotions?

As a clinical psychologist (now retired), I have long believed (and there is strong evidence to support this assertion) that many significant emotional issues are rooted in unprocessed powerful emotional experiences in early life. Common examples are when youth are unable to process experiences of grief and loss (death, divorce, rejection, etc.) While a certain … Continue reading What can you do when you can’t “think your way out” of painful emotions?