By: Aaron Balick

Young People and Self Harm: nowhere to go

Groundbreaking research on self-harm and young people entitled Talking Taboos was launched yesterday (October 24, 2012) by the charity Young Minds UK in collaboration...

Sticking your nose in it: the consequences of breaking up in the world of Facebook

“Breaking up is hard to do” or so the classic Neil Sedaka song tells us. It’s true. Coming out of a...

Failing your way to success

There is an image that I like to use in a lot of my work, whether it’s for trainings, teaching at...

The Olympian Super-Ego: productive, but is it healthy?

What does it really take to become an Olympian? Most of us non-Olympians would agree that we don’t have what it...

Twitter and the Social Unconscious: how tweets and blogs go far beyond the individual

The distinction between what is conscious and what is unconscious is a familiar one – Freud gave us the image of...

The Bus Monitor, the Bullies, and Twitter: what does it all mean?

The most recent storm to sweep across social media is most certainly the heartbreaking YouTube video of 68 year old bus...