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Our November Lunch & Learn Webinar is Taking On Therapist Burnout

Our Lunch & Learn Therapist Training Webinar Series Returns in November, with a timely discussion of therapist burnout. Part of the Nysa Method to treating personality disorder is keeping therapists connected to their work, their patients, and themselves. Time and again, when our therapists learn safe methods and practices for…

Vulnera-phobia in Therapists (And How to Resolve It)

Vulnera-phobia is a term we use at Nysa Therapy that means exactly what it sounds like: The fear of being vulnerable. We often think of this fear as something that we, as therapists, are meant to resolve in our patients and clients. But we also see how the fear of…

October Webinar: Understanding Cutting & Other Self-Harm Behaviors

As part of our Lunch & Learn personality disorder training series for therapists, we’re taking on a topic that most therapists have faced: cutting and other self harm behaviors.  As part of our Therapist Development Program, Nysa Therapy has launched a free webinar series taking on topics that matter to…
September 27 Lunch & Learn: Understanding Borderline Rage

We’re Launching Brand New Lunchtime Webinar Series for Therapists

We’re excited to offer a new personality disorder training series! At Nysa Therapy, we provide therapists and students studying to be mental health professionals with the skills and tools they need to effectively treat personality disorder. That’s why we are proud to announce the launch of our “Lunch & Learn”…
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Pop Culture & PD: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Pop culture can be an excellent example and opportunity for learning about personality disorder. If you’ve seen it, you will never forget Jim Carey as Joel and Kate Winslet as Clementine in the 2004 cult classic, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. If you don’t want to read spoilers, this blog…

Reflections on “Quiet” Personality Disorder

Most people lead lives of quiet desperation. – Henry David Thoreau – As strange as this might sound, I’ve always loved this quote. Since I was a teenager this quote has explained a feeling I have about many of the people I meet every day. Most are friendly and appropriate…

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