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Josephine Au, PhD Aug 22
All therapists should read this: Therapeutic praise, "patient age, absence of a long-term medical condition, not being prescribed psychotropic medication,& severity of anxiety symptoms were all positively associated w reliable improvement."
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Allen Frances Aug 23
NIMH Funding Has Been Massively Misallocated has helped tens of millions of people, but gets almost no research support. Biological research has received many tens of billions of dollars, but has not helped a single patient.
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Josephine Ferraro 3m
Blog: How to Stop Comparing Yourself Unfavorably to Others
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Practiceimperfect Aug 18
I think part of the problem is that people have had such a failed experience with professionals who pretended to have such a bright light [on the client's issues] that clients feel, "the problem must be me. I'm the failure."
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Mamood Ahmad Aug 18
What could your possibly tell you that would make it all better? . . . That's why a cant fix you.
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Therapy Toronto 2m
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Tom Kersting Aug 24
Since the average kid spends more time per day in a cyber world than they do in the real world, how can we expect them to thrive and cope in the real world? . . .
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marvin goldfried 9h
Nothing like a common enemy to transform group competition into collaborative cooperation. Biological psychiatry claims of chemical imbalance can motivate to build an agreed-upon core/consensus.
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marvin goldfried Aug 19
LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT THE CHANGE PROCESS BY SOME CLINICAL SUPERVISEES AFTER DOING FOR 2 YEARS: 1.A carefully thought out case formulation and conceptualization can provide a more effective guideline then a manual.
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marvin goldfried Aug 24
Replying to @AllenFrancesMD
For over 1000 years now, has been obsessed with the question: "WHO is right?" Freud, Jung, Adler, Rogers, Beck, Linehan, Ellis, etc? The time has come when we need to address a different question: "WHAT is right?"
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Dr Karel Wildschut Aug 24
No. Psychiatrists would likely benefit their patients and themselves by acquiring useable skills.
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marvin goldfried Aug 21
Clinical trials demonstrate that works but doesn't move us toward an agreed-upon core/consensus The research question that can move us forward has to do with the therapy change process: "On what can we agree?"
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marvin goldfried Aug 21
Elanor Roosevelt also said: "You must do the thinks you think you cannot do." One thing that I'd bet therapists can agree upon is that repeated exposure to unrealistically feared situations can reduce the fear. A kernel of consensus in ?
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marvin goldfried Aug 22
The same has happened with the NIMH in the US Looking for biomarkers so drug companies can develop meds that can cure "chemical Imbalances" Sadly, can't depend on this funding, & will have to grow without it
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Evey Hammond Aug 23
Replying to @EveyHammond19
. . . . . and treated. As the years went by, the stigma reduced and the therapies got better. I survived. I thrived. Life's Good.
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Chris H 16h
Replying to @jill_d35
If by he means "talking therapy", then that's just as bad! Yeah, sure, it has it's supporters claiming it has helped them, but it also ruins countless lives and I'm sure it even drives some to suicide!
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Shirley Reynolds #FBPE Aug 23
I really can’t work out what I think about this automated method of analysing - e.g. odd selection of content
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Javier Prado Abril Aug 19
Otro must-read 🤓 Efectos secundarios en . Another must-read 🤓 Negative effects in .
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Andy_McCallum Aug 21
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Mamood Ahmad Aug 23
How is it possible that memories can be false? Do you remember when you thought you locked that door or sent an email? Good therapists avoid suggesting anything that interferes with memories.
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