Monthly Archives: May 2018

Can Kids With Autism Crack—and Understand—Jokes?

The Kraft Group's Clinical Director Stephanie Zeman was interviewed as a subject expert for everyday health magazine: My son occasionally does stand-up, and has brought down the house. Jordon Hollow performing at Scotty’s Comedy Cove in Springfield, New Jersey. Photo Courtesy of Steven M. Hollow For someone on the autism spectrum, reading social cues can…
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Understanding Addiction

Maia Szalavitz, author of Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction, explores effective interventions in coping and supporting someone diagnosed with addiction. An interview, conducted by Caroline McGraw, takes readers through a journey with Szalavitz to explore effective and appropriate approaches to work with those suffering from the disease of addiction. Throughout Szalavitz’s…
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All relationships

A letter from the Clinical Director: All relationships reach a lull at one point or another. Some last beyond the ten to thirty years mark, while others cower while in its early stages. The reason for this is dependent upon two things, life events and the couple’s ability to remain harmonious. Throughout doing couples work,…
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