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Caring Therapy Jul 13
Our compassion is especially important when we are helping our & clients look at dark sides of their personality
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Travis Pashak Jul 13
Sometimes I’m left feeling like the assertiveness, cunning, and rigidity necessary to advance and disseminate one’s theoretical orientation is completely at odds with the uncertainty, humility, and curiosity necessary to truly understand those we serve.
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Durham Psychotherapy - Fe Robinson Jul 13
Can you find a sense of fun in the ridiculous? It's good sometimes not to take things so seriously, we all need to play:
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Steph Jones Counselling Jul 10
I recently stumbled across this little nugget which serves as a helpful reminder for both therapists and clients.
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Barlas Günay Jul 12
Psychotherapy and/or mindfulness are not about "controlling negative emotions" or "never feeling upset again/always being happy". They are about giving us alternative, healthier ways to deal with such emotions as they come and go. and are about freedom
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Maxine Carter 4h
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William P. Ryan, PhD Jul 16
Through our compassion & caring we become reliable anchors in the lives of our clients
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Glenna Demeter Jul 12
is being called out for not knowing what skills counsellors have when they enter and are registered into the profession.
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Counselling Direct Jul 16
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Sindee Gozansky 6h
Did you know? 1 in 5 clients will drop out of before completing treatment, according to a 2012 study by Greenberg and Swift. And some research shows that for new clinicians, the dropout rate can sometimes be as high as 75%.
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Tom Gardiner Jun 25
Just about time for my first visit for in over 10 years. Here's hoping a new doctor & a new direction for treatment can help me beat this. Here's also hoping for being better at selecting IRL "friends" in the future. I don't need the kind that make me need therapy
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PCPSI Jul 11
"Revolutionizing our understanding of autonomic physiology" learn more about this opportunity to learn from and engage with one of the leading lights in the world of Psychiatry Dr Stephen Porges. September 2019 | Cork | Ireland
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Counselling Direct 8h
“Therapy session. It’s cool to have a healthy mind and healthy emotions,” Selfies at therapy - will you be sharing?
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AAIT Solutions Jul 16
The past 4 days have been an enriching time of learning as I trained the 1st group of facilitators for Curate Your State™. Now this impactful training goes beyond the confines of what I can personally teach. Learn about upcoming training at
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Nils Kappelmann Jul 16
Just reading a versus RCT for depression outlining that therapy adherence ratings of internal supervisors were significantly higher than those of external raters. Good example of transparency needed for good research!
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WasALittleGirlOnce 8h
I became a more appreciative person, feeling gratitude to all the blessings that Allah gave it to me & I love Allah more & more
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marvin goldfried Jul 15
Had a conference call with clinician/researcher colleagues today, discussing what can advance the field of Addressed the question “Is there anything at all on which we as a field can agree?” What do you think?
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GoodTherapy 22h
Buddhist principles and teachings are being increasingly embraced in Western . Here are four Buddhist concepts of particular relevance.
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John R Dallas Jr Jul 16
struggling with inescapable uncertainty and ambiguity of are encouraged to explore imperfect memory of their development. Feeling unsafe, unloved, or otherwise undervalued during may require .
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Psychotherapy Directory Jul 16
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