The Slow Demise of My Beloved 2011 Red Sox

By Dr. Jack Singer

By Jack Singer, Ph.D. Licensed Consulting and Sport Psychologist By now, all of you who are baseball fanatics have observed the unbelievable collapse of a wonderful baseball team during September, which culminated in their most frustrating moment, losing to Baltimore with one strike separating them from a win and at least a tie in the […]

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When Your Therapist Is Only a Click Away

By Dr. Jack Singer

Excerpted from New York Times Mary Smith headed outside to her friend’s pool. Settling into a lounge chair, she tapped the Skype application on her phone. Hundreds of miles away, her face popped up on her therapist’s computer monitor; he smiled back on her phone’s screen. She took a sip of her cocktail. The session […]

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Kid’s Have Stress Too

By Dr. Jack Singer

Kids today are experiencing higher levels of stress than ever before, partly because they’re being exposed to “mature” material before they’re able to process it, partly because the demands on their time are higher than ever, and partly because they don’t have time to decompress.

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