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However, after 15 years of teaching the retrieval and transformation methods of Coherence Therapy, I feel confident in saying that understanding juxtaposition makes a therapist far more consistent in fostering profound change. Most therapists produce life-changing, transformational shifts from time to time. I believe it's possible for that kind of effectiveness to become a regular occurrence in every therapist's day-to-day practice through cooperating closely with the built-in juxtaposition process of deep change that's part of our brains' standard operating procedures.
Bruce Ecker, M.A., L.M.F.T., is codirector of the Coherence Psychology Institute and coauthor of Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How To Be Brief When You Were Trained To Be Deep, and Vice Versa. Contact: email@example.com.
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