When institutions and authority figures present open questions as settled and use coercive power to get their way, the collapse of public trust is a predictable result
My father felt I owed him something that children can’t give to their parents—perfect understanding
A different version of the famed manual of mental disorders
Kevin Dutton’s new best-seller rehashes Norman Mailer’s ideas on deviance, but it leaves out Jewish men
Ellen Ullman’s new novel pushes a psychoanalyst, a patient, and a mysterious eavesdropper back to their traumatic roots—in the Holocaust
Outside my cloistered yeshiva, I found a new social order and a friend who, unlike me, was trusting enough to submit to someone else’s authority
Doreen Seidler-Feller, a Los Angeles psychologist, observant Jew, and rabbi’s wife, has a thriving practice as a sex therapist to the Orthodox
Merkin delves into a psychologist’s past, and more in the news
We can too make ’em straight, JONAH says
How did we get so anxious?
Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and the woman who brought them together
Why are American psychologists wary of transforming your soul? Andrew Heinze makes explicit an unspoken connection.