2017 Top Riggs Blogs – Part 1



As we approach the end of 2017, we thought we’d look back over some of our more popular blogs and blog series from this year.

Below are five of the most popular blogs from January to March of this year:

At the core of each patient’s work at Riggs is intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy with a clinical psychologist or psychiatrist on staff. Should Therapy be Fun? - Commentary on a Recent WSJ Article

     by Dr. Eric Plakun


Jane G. Tillman, PhD

Jane Tillman, PhD, ABPP, Explores Impact of Client Suicides

     by Catherine Robertson Souter


Dr. John Muller of the Austen Riggs Center writes about anxiety in this blog post.Reflections on Anxiety

     by Dr. John Muller


In thinking about borderline personality disorder, it's important to think about the individuality of the person carrying the diagnosis.Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder: Putting the Person First

     by Dr. Elizabeth Weinberg


Dr. Andrew J. Gerber is the CEO/Medical Director of the Austen Riggs Center in Stockbridge, MA.Strategic Initiatives: Neural Mediators of Psychotherapeutic Change

     by Dr. Andrew Gerber



Stay tuned to see some of the most popular blogs from April to June!