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Michael Southam-Gerow, PhD, has been helping children and families learn to process emotions for over twenty years, including the last thirteen in Richmond. He conducts research and teaches undergraduate and graduate students at VCU’s Department of Psychology. He is also the co-director of the Anxiety Clinic at VCU. His recent book, “Emotion Regulation in Children and Adolescents: A Practitioner’s Guide” is available in bookstores. He lives in the city of Richmond with his wife, two teen-aged children, and one very shrewd Collie mix.

What Works for Children?

The gap between what researchers have learned about which psychological therapies work and what happens when clients seek psychological services in the community has been a long-time concern. One recent estimate suggested that it takes more than fifteen years for…

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Hey – We’re All Emos!

  Although emotions are built into the human experience, our amazing capacity to ponder, express, and discuss our inner experiences has had a transformative effect on our experience of emotions. Even so, emotions remain a tough topic of conversation for…

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