Kenny Luck

December 30, 2014

Happenings Magazine: Interview with Dr. Kuna

Happenings Magazine has recently published a Reader Reveal interview with Dr. Kuna. You can read the complete article in the link below (we’re on pp. 48-49): http://issuu.com/happeningsmagazinepa/docs/jan15issuu/0 […]
December 23, 2014

Mindfulness Based Interventions: In Search of Empirical Support

“Mindfulness” has become the buzzword in psychological circles recently. Even the briefest of Google searches will lead to articles like, “The High Profile People Who Embraced Mindfulness, Meditation […]
November 4, 2014

Turn that Frown Upside Down: The Simple Trick to Improve Mood

The human mind is weird. I think we’ve already established that, but I wanted to make mention of it, again. Go grab a pencil and hold […]
November 1, 2014

Canned Food Drive Underway

Canned food drive to benefit NEPA.   John G. Kuna, Psy.D. & Associates is now accepting canned food donations to benefit families throughout NEPA. Donations will […]
October 28, 2014

Who goes to therapy?

There’s this idea floating around that only people with serious mental disorders go for therapy. I’m not entirely sure where this notion comes from – I would […]
October 23, 2014

Transference: Perception is in the eye of the beholder and we need to talk about it.

The client-therapist relationship is a very unique kind of relationship. The client bears their worries and their concerns – private details about their lives typically (or […]
October 22, 2014

Office Updates and Improvements!

October 14, 2014

Study: Anger or anxiety-arousing articles shared more

So you know when something goes viral on the internet. Of course you do – you’ll see it once, you’ll see it twice, you’ll see it […]
October 12, 2014

Welcome New Additions to the Team!

Join me in welcoming some of our newest members of the John G. Kuna, Psy.D. & Associates team! Some of our newest team members are listed below. More […]
October 5, 2014

How does therapy work?

That’s a good question. Most of us go to the doctor or the dentist starting from a very young age, so we grow up with something […]
October 2, 2014

Examining the Evidence for Evidence-Based Practices

It’s a mantra in grad-school that one’s theoretical orientation and the services they provide in their therapies should center on “evidence-based practices.” With the demand for […]
September 24, 2014

On the psychology of Learning Gender Roles

So, all psychologists have their “thing,” an area or a particular topic in the field that they find really, really fascinating. Gender is my “thing.” Sex […]