I recently came across the attached article on therapeutic ethics. This article was particularly compelling to me because it talks about how to provide a safe and contained environment for therapy to take place. Providing a safe environment is vitally … Continue reading →
In my last post I discussed Brene Brown’s groundbreaking work on the importance of allowing ourselves to show vulnerability and address our feelings of shame with an open heart. I’d like to build a little more on that topic by … Continue reading →
Today I spent an unusually long time scanning articles for something interesting to talk about. I was looking for something new on the importance of the relationship between the therapist and client. It’s not hard to find articles on therapeutic … Continue reading →
My last entry addressed the question of how to decide to end therapy either when goals are being met or when there is a general lack of progress. This second article on ending therapy looks at issues related to the … Continue reading →
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