June is PRIDE Month

June is PRIDE month. It might be redundant, but I feel the need to reiterate that every group should be celebrated, respected and supported each and every day. We know from statistics and research that there is no more vulnerable group than LGBTQ+ youth. Yet, even the most informed and conscientious adult allies of LGBTQ+ […]

Why should I care about my Attachment Style?

In college, I was a research assistant on two studies investigating the attachment relationship between 18 month old children and their mothers. Attachment theory, first described by British psychoanalysts John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth in the 1950’s, has been an important hallmark  of psychology for generations, but over the past couple of decades has been […]