by Rabbi Yosef Cornfeld, M.S.W.
Narrative Therapy is an approach that builds on the idea that people give meaning to their lives according to stories they tell to themselves. These stories guide the person on how to act, think, feel, and make sense of new experience. Often, by the time a person has come to therapy, Continue reading
by Yosef Cornfeld
Addiction is a major subject of problem behavior in today’s society. While the primary concept of “addictions” is centered on the chronic, compulsive use of certain psychoactive drugs such as opiates (heroin, morphine), the concept has be used by association to apply to non-drug behavior, such as overeating, gambling, compulsive sex, etc. Associated with the concept of addiction Continue reading