Dr. B’s Blog

Should You Forgive?

Forgiving - sometimes easy, sometimes impossible. There is no rule that requires that you forgive. Period. While religion often promotes forgiveness, ultimately it's something that cannot be compelled or required. Forgiveness requires a special kind of thinking that...

Old & Happy – The Secret Formula

What do we do when the mountains to climb are inside of us? Research seems to support that many of us acutally get happier as we age. It's not surprising, because we've had decades of perspective on life, despite all its hardships. Yes, we have aches and pains. And,...

Mark Banschick, MD

Mark R. Banschick, M.D. 215 Katonah Avenue Katonah, New York 10536 914-232-9000 Background Mark Banschick, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist in full time private practice in New York.  He is a graduate of GeorgetownUniversityHospital in General Psychiatry and...

The Intelligent Divorce

You can raise healthy kids, even through a divorce. The Intelligent Divorce Program was designed by Dr. Mark Banschick to help you avoid common divorce related mistakes; we even give you tips on how to deal effectively with your ex. Our commitment - Your kids come...

Too angry? Not angry enough?

“Anybody can become angry- that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way- that is not within everybody’s power and is not so easy”- Aristotle. Handling Your Anger:...

Wrongdoing, Regret and Change

Wrongdoing and Regret: Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro and Lance Armstrong have something in common. It's Regret. Freeman and De Niro play roles depicting the power of regret: when you've done the unforgivable. And, in real life, Lance Armstrong has sullied a sport he...