When people first come to see me they are always curious about the light bar that sits in the corner of my office (see image). “What is that thing?”, they ask. I explain that the light bar is a tool … Continue reading →
For most of my life I’ve been a chronic worrier and perfectionist. I come by it honestly. My mother is the champion of worrying and she taught me well. I learned from a lifetime of being told to BE CAREFUL! … Continue reading →
Given the work I do matching individuals and couples with counselors, I found the article in the link below very interesting. It addresses the contradictory finding that while a majority of clients say they prefer psychotherapy to medications, studies show … Continue reading →
I admit it. I’m a chronic worrier and a perfectionist. I come by it honestly. My mother is the champion of worrying and she taught me well. In her case, she feels she has no purpose if she’s not actively … Continue reading →
I’m sure that I’ve indicated a bias in many of my posts that short-term psychotherapy is better and more effective than long-term therapy. It’s true that in general it is my preference. The preference is based, however, more on the … Continue reading →
Evidence Based Relationships: Matching Clients to the Right Therapist Really Matters The article below is all about what we try to do at Compatible Counseling Solutions: match clients with the right therapist to meet their needs. The national directories of … Continue reading →
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