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Jonathan Shedler Jun 9
“Evidence-based therapy” is a marketing buzzword, not science. Actual evidence shows that “evidence-based therapy” for PTSD fails most.
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Julia R Lofts 8h
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MAPS Jun 12
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Anna Keski-Rahkonen 4h
In great company ❤️ with mental health supernovas Katarina Meskanen ja Yasmina Silen, plotting new directions ✨⚡️
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Kieran Nolan 6m
Find out more about my fee via my website (Click the link).
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Regent's Uni London 1h
Considering postgraduate study? Come along to our Psychotherapy on 17 July to find out about studying at Regent’s, with start dates in September 2019 or early 2020 🎓 Register to attend:
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Megan's House 1h
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Liré Jun 15
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Kathleen K. Gherardi Jun 17
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Kathryn at Fox Therapy (Hartlepool, County Durham) 19h
My name is Kathryn Lees and I'm a person-centred psychotherapist working in Hartlepool, County Durham, England. 
That means that my style of counselling is to keep your wants and needs at the centre of all of our sessions together.
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Anne Marie 8h
on the couch - She encourages people to include the health of their minds as well as their bodies, when looking to improve their .
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Silva Neves 7h
It is with great sadness to hear that Francine Shapiro, founder of has passed away. She made an enormous contribution to the field of and by gifting us with one of the most efficient treatments for and other disturbances. RIP. 🌺
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Bengali Goddess 13h
As a therapist, I’m feeling so happy that Black and other communities of color are waking up to the value & importance of , particularly ones that have dealt with historical & Intergenerational trauma. A real awakening is finally happening. 🙏🏾
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Ivan Alsina Jurnet Jun 15
Dear network! I am preparing new subjects for undergraduate and masters’ degree students about the use of VR/AR in . Are you developing Apps related to this topic? In case of interest, please PM me!
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Ruth Smith Jun 15
A thread about : Almost a year ago I stopped practicing as a counsellor and moved into research. This has given some breathing space and perspective to look at the profession. 1/
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marvin goldfried Jun 16
A principle of change operates across different orientations, but with different language. Some of us tweeting highlighted one potential principle, where fear is reduced when the pt faces the feared situation without anything bad occurring.
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marvin goldfried Jun 11
Important information about manuals: They were required for NIMH funding to operationalize interventions. Also to ensure those being compared were different. Not designed for training Publishers then decided to market them for training
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Bengali Goddess 13h
If you look at websites like , a common marketplace for therapists, you will see how racially and ethnically homogenous the industry still is, relatively, even in places like . And it’s time to change that. I think it’s finally happening.
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Nasif Nijabat (Nij) 3h
QUESTION (for my Systemic peeps mainly): What does Systemic mean to you? Me: It’s all about the whole. The bits in-between and how this then contributes in the functioning of the whole. Whether it be a family, organisation or society.
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counsellor.directory 1h
When profound contact and engagement between client and therapist arises - working at relational depth -
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