Jonathan Foiles
Jonathan Foiles

Jonathan Foiles is a therapist and a fellow at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis. He also blogs at Psychology Today and is writing a book on how Chicago policy impacts mental health outcomes for Belt Publishing.

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June 29 2018 3:58 PMHow to Hold On to HopeThis horrible week was particularly stressful for minorities. A therapist who works with patients experiencing profound injustice and pervasive trauma explains how to cope.
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Nov. 14 2017 10:30 AMHow to Listen to and Support Victims of Sexual TraumaBearing witness to trauma is so hard that it has historically impeded our ability to help. We must change that.
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June 30 2017 7:23 AMMental Health Problems Don’t Disappear if You Don’t Have InsuranceMy work at a safety net hospital in Chicago has shown me the various paths patients with mental illness face. The path insurance can provide is both healthier and cheaper.
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May 22 2018 10:55 AMJordan Peterson Seems Like a Terrible TherapistTherapists are supposed to empower their clients, not use them to support their own worldview.
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July 26 2017 5:01 PMTransgender Service Members’ Medical Costs Are Not a “Burden”They’re valid, and they’d be cheaper than what the military currently pays for Viagra.