Curiosity is a helpful mindset for therapists

by Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D., CSI President, Scholar in Residence The origins of psychotherapy lie in the pioneering work of the of the late 19thcentury theorists like Freud, Jung, Rank, Lacan, Anna Freud, Melanie Kline, Bettelheim, Aichorn and Karl Menninger.   They were examining personal experiences and asking the question “why.”  They all developed different concepts, […]

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Ghosts in the Nursery

by Frank C. Sacco, Ph.D., CSI President, Scholar in Residence Scholars Corner Early childhood memories of trauma, fear and pain can live on in a child’s mind throughout their life. Anna Freud coined this term when she provided therapy to children orphaned by the Blitzkrieg bombings of London by the Germans in WW II. Children […]

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CSI President featured on CNN Opinion

Frank Sacco, Ph.D., President of Community Services Institute, co-wrote a featured article for CNN Opinion titled “Clues your child is bullied, and what to do“. Since 1984, Frank Sacco has pioneered home-based mental health programs for families with multiple problems. He is a consultant to the FBI’s Behavioral Sciences Unit. Frank Sacco recently co-wrote “Why School Anti-Bullying Programs Don’t Work.”An […]

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