Paradigm in Print
Paradigm’s co-founder and executive director was interviewed by The Resilience Regiment and the interview as published on Psychology Today’s Voices in Recovery. In the article titled “Where Good Kids Get the Help The Need”, Nalin was asked what distinguishes Paradigm Malibu from other treatment programs and what types of people Paradigm is well-suited for, along with many other questions concerning mental health and treatment.
Paradigm’s therapeutic writing instructor and author of Ruby, Cynthia Bond, opens up about her personal battle with mental illness on Oprah.com and provides hope for others with mental health disorders.
The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction announced its 2016 longlist. Among the list of 20 books is Ruby by Cynthia Bond, Paradigm’s therapeutic writing instructor. Congrats Cynthia!
Clinical director of Paradigm, Jeff Nalin, was recently featured in an article on INC.com titled “10 Tips for Entrepreneurs on Avoiding Depression”. In the article, Dr. Nalin explains how a person’s physical health can effect the success of their business.
Dr. Jeff Nalin, clinical director of Paradigm Malibu, was quoted in the article “Five Things Your Brand Needs to Know About Marketing to Teens” on Forbes.com. In the article, Dr. Nalin explains how important it is to always keep the parents involved, no matter what aspect of the teen’s life.
Paradigm Malibu therapist and Olympic swimmer (Austrian), Markus Rogan, was recently featured in an Austrian Magazine. His article is titled “Rogan’s Ideal World” and discusses the juxtaposition of the beautiful atmosphere at Paradigm and the severe pain the clients feel. “Even the most depressed person feels better here,” said Rogan.
In an article on Men’s Health about the pursuit of happiness, Dr. Jeff Nalin asked what he believe creates happiness. Nalin explained, “Having insights into our own emotional material is very important, however, the thing that propels our sense of self forward is sharing those insights with people in an authentic and genuine way. When people do that, they’re showing the world who they are and taking those reactions as information to move the development of identity forward. This is how you develop the sense of being comfortable in your own skin. This is what reduces anxiety. This is what lifts depression. All by enabling you to feel competent in the world.” Read the full article to learn about one particular formula for personal happiness.