Bayside Psychotherapy: News and Opinion

Difficulties Receiving Love In Various Forms

Submitted by on 31st May 2013

I cant recall how many times I’ve heard friends, relatives and work colleagues ponder whether their partner, parents or children really love them. Love is such a complex topic but essentially we are all looking for it in different parts of our lives and experience different sorts of love with our partners, children, parents, relatives […]


Depression beyond the DSM V

Submitted by on 30th May 2013

Most people have either experienced depression or know somebody who has. There are two or three subtypes of depression that are well known and represented in the DSM V. They include major depressive disorder, bipolar and dysthymia. However there are two further but less well known types of depression that evolved from psychoanalytic theory, anaclitic […]