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Revisiting the Age-Old Case of Diagnostic Confusion: Sociopath vs. Psychopath

Revisiting the Age-Old Case of Diagnostic Confusion: Sociopath vs. Psychopath  Many forensic psychologists and criminologists use the terms sociopathy and psychopathy interchangeably. Leading experts have disagreed on whether there are meaningful differences between them.1  In an article written in 1996, “Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder: A Case of Diagnostic Confusion,&rdqu....(Read full article...)

Trump Adjustment Disorder (TAD)

Trump Adjustment Disorder (TAD) Something happened on a mass scale that had a cataclysmic impact – the election campaign and the outcome of the election that Trump is President of the United States,  sending ripples through time like a never-ending tsunami.   Trump is President. There can be no denying it anymore. There are those, more than half this country, so impacted – traumati....(Read full article...)

Trump: Unfit and Extremely Dangerous

Trump: Unfit and Extremely Dangerous  The news headline took my breath away. “Trump has forty percent chance of becoming President.” Yikes! Clinton is plummeting in the polls while Trump is gaining momentum. “How is this possible?” I wondered. “How could I have been so wrong?”    When I saw thousands, perhaps millions of fervent “Trumpeters” on TV,....(Read full article...)

Not To Worry

By Daniel A. Linder, MFT Nothing, not even the dreaded commute, was going to keep me from getting to my class on time. That’s just how it is for me: If I say I’m going to be somewhere, I’m going to be there. It’s not so much the hundred miles I detest as it is the hour, sometimes two, of dead time, in bumper-to-bumper traffic.   I figured I’d leave my office promptl....(Read full article...)

Post Election Stress Disorder (PESD)

Are these the best of times or the worst of times? For many, these are the worst of times. What happened? What is happening? What is going to happen? So many people, possibly more than half the country are, to varying extents, casualties of the times and are standing helplessly in the face of an extremely bleak outlook; a colder, dar....(Read full article...)

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About Daniel Linder, MFT

Daniel Linder Relationships. I was born with a keen sense about relationships, was always assessing how close and intimate people are with each other. I had a knack for relationships. The importance of relationships cuts to the core of who I am. The combination of clinical training, 30 years of professional experience treating addictive, non-intimate couples and families, as well as rigorous self analysis has given me a lot to work with. I put what seemed to come naturally to me under a microscope in an effort to break the process of building healthy relationships down to concrete essentials: Understanding of Basic Principles, Communication Skills, Self-realization and Intimacy.

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