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Self-Compassion and the Depressed Client with Elisha Goldstein

Depression: NP0048 – Session 6

Do you want to learn how to effectively empower your depressed clients? Do you have questions about how to reach depressed and possibly traumatized clients? Join Elisha Goldstein as he discusses your depressed clients, how to make them feel safe in your practice, and how to incorporate self-compassion into your therapeutic approach.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.

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One Response to Self-Compassion and the Depressed Client with Elisha Goldstein

  1. Sarah Chana says:

    I loved this interview with Elisha Goldstein. He aligns very much with my own way of working with clients and with my beliefs about what works. I found he gave some of my own therapeutic tricks a new twist and I was really grateful for that. Elisha embodies the compassion he is talking about and he is a great model for his clients and students. This was definitely my favorite of the depression series and really the only one that spoke to me.

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