Misleading data reports

As someone who values the work and knowledge building of research, I find it is important to be able to recognize some of the ways in which research gets misused or misunderstood. Ideally statistics are a way to take a mass of data and present it in a clearer way,...

MCLS: Dr. Jay Einhorn

I imagine that many of you are working on new year’s resolutions to think about the role of money in your relationship with your clients/patients, and you’re in luck! This month’s Master Clinician Lecture Series addresses exactly that issue. As you...

MCLS: Dr. Glader

It’s time for the next installment in the Master Clinician Lecture Series! The purpose of this series is to explore complexity in its various forms as we all strive to become masters of clinical work. This month our very own Dr. Gretchen Witte Glader will be...

MCLS: Dr. Martinez

It’s time for the next installment in the Master Clinician Lecture Series! The purpose of this series is to explore complexity in its various forms as we all strive to become masters of clinical work. This month, I will be leading the discussion. The topic is...

MCLS: Dr. Moltz

Our first in the Master Clinician Lecture Series on complexity was a great success. Dr. Sam Moltz gave a thorough, up-to-date presentation on what we eat, how we digest it, and how that impacts our brain and mind. We all came away with new knowledge we could apply...

Master Clinician Lecture Series

I’m happy to announce that the calendar is coming together for the Master Clinician Lecture Series, with a focus on Complexity in Psychotherapy. The series will begin on June 13th with Dr. Sam Moltz, Setting the Foundation: The profound effect of diet,...