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marvin goldfried Oct 16
Have changed my Stony Brook grad course. Spend less time on RCT Tx packages for DSM categories & more on : process, mediators, moderators, case formulation, etc The 1st addresses WHO is right & the 2nd WHAT is right PLS RT
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BritishPsychotherapy 22h
In this episode of BBC's 'The Conversation' British psychotherapist and writer Susie Orbach and Belgian psychotherapist Esther Perel try to demystify the process of
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Allen Frances Oct 16
Great when teaching/practice follow lessons of research Main thing we've learned is there's no 1 "right" or "best" way. Shouldnt be different competing schools. Should be different trchniques that work best integrated together. Therapists need varied tool-kits.
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Ali Cliffe Oct 21
“I embraced silence as though it were both protest & protection. As though, because in the end it was neither” The Unsayable: the hidden language of trauma -Annie Rogers
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Ali Cliffe Oct 21
“The oldest meanings of the word affliction include a vision or spiritual sight that follows upon a time of darkness & torment” A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm & Healing in Psychotherapy - Annie Rogers
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Carolyn Spring 17h
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Dr Imogen Bell Oct 17
Using computers for shared note taking in assoc w decrease in rated by clinicians, but opposite when rated by clients. Clinicians & clients differ in their perception of how computers impact the therapeutic relationship
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marvin goldfried Oct 19
I have no doubt that this is the future of research and practice The key question is: How far or near in the future will the zeitgeist shift away from therapy schools & move toward ? It's up to us! PLS RT
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Jonathan Kaufman Oct 18
Using and are a value add to corporate growth
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marvin goldfried Oct 20
Therapy schools unlikely to move in reaching an agreed-upon core/consensus We need to focus on common principles: Robust phenomena that emerge despite theoretical differences Principles to guide training, practice & research PLS RT
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Stephanie Ellis Oct 21
Embrace life’s struggle. “A thousand talents and capabilities arise from the stimulus of inadequacy.” (, 1927)
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Evey Hammond Oct 20
🦋 I'm in therapy to learn how to deal with people who should be in therapy.
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marvin goldfried Oct 22
Had lunch with former student Louis Castonguay, who is doing impressive work to close clinical-research gap & also specify evidence-based principles of He now mentors me!
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Dr Ana Mootoosamy 17h
Definitely won't be able to look at wolves in the same way after reading 's famous case study
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Amanda Ann Gregory, LCPC 10h
Someone’s inability to love you is not a reflection of your ability to be loved. ..
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Stephanie Ellis 16h
A perception is never to be compared with a photographic image because something of the peculiar and individual quality of the person who perceives is inextricably bound up with it. (, 1927)
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Indrajith Ravilal Oct 21
We see with regret that most buddhists of today embrace the outer covering of this universal philosophy, whereas the core concepts are very clearly stated but still missed. Its all about detaching the mind from thoughts and feelings sothat its revealed
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Oxford Counsellor 26m
The collective unconscious - that part of our uncounscious that is common to everyone, from heredity rather than experience -
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Jeff Zeig Oct 17
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Julie Carmen Oct 14
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