When in Denmark… a treatise about time off from work

It is hard not to notice, as an ex-pat, the sheer number of Danish holidays that occur this time of year.  Some of my clients notice that I do not really observe them;  They seem too indulgent somehow, so I go into the office anyway.     Recently I have had a couple of client report having […]

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Cybertherapy for New Zealand’s Youth

Cybertherapy Program Launched in NZ I have a few great passions:  Relationships, Family, Psychology, the American Southwest, and Technology.  Cybertherapy is the intersection of technology and Psychology and it’s been getting a lot of my attention lately. I just finished teaching a college course called “Virtual Selves” about this very topic. Today, I am posting […]

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One Psychologist’s Take on the Danes and Medication

I’ve never seen an official document outlining the Danes’ policy towards medication, but as an ex-pat, with experiences in both the US and Denmark (both provider and consumer), I imagine it to read something like this:  “We Danes believe that less medication is better”.  It’s probably a little more polished than that, but nevertheless, there […]

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