January 5, 2017 | Posted in:Integrative, psychotherapy

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is a fabulous reference, and it makes great reading too. Dip into a word and discover what it means. Having traded in tiny sorrows all my life, I had no idea many of them had names, like sonder, joupla, or adronitis. Every psychotherapist needs with own dictionary of tiny sorrows to help people make sense (or not) of their own.

Toronto-based psychotherapist and coach, specializing in helping people with mood disorders, anxiety and depression

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