Neuroscientists have recently established that emotion is the prime organizing force shaping how we cope with challenges. Now psychotherapists are learning how to work with emotion, rather than trying to control it.
Over the years, our front-of-the-book department - whether called Around the Network, Networker Briefs, or Clinician’s Digest—has not only given readers plenty of tasty factoids to chew on, but also revealed how the seasons of the profession turn, and turn again, over time.
The State of the Art, the Networker’s first-ever virtual conference, offered an opportunity for leaders in our field who disagree to debate each other. Here’s your chance to hear what they said and consider what it means for the future of our profession.
Remember mimeograph machines, the Milan Group, the False Memory Foundation, DSM–III, the Family Therapy Networker, and private practice before managed care? Take a stroll down memory lane and revisit some of the ups and downs of our glorious profession over the past three decades.
After thousands of studies, books, journals, and articles, along with the concerted effort of a profession of 600,000 psychotherapists in the United states alone, what do we know today