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Tales from the Therapy Room

Our Annual Storytelling Feature!

May/June 2020
Five therapists recall the up-against-the-wall moments from practice that required them to toss away the usual clinical playbook.

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The Audition

From Storytelling 2020

May/June 2020
What do you do when you're wrong for the part?

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The Body as Ally

From Virtual Symposium 2020

May/June 2020
One of our biggest challenges is to realize that physical isolation doesn’t automatically mean emotional disconnection. We still have choices that enable us to distinguish between the pandemic outside and the panic-demic we can create within ourselves.

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The Healthy Mind Platter

From Virtual Symposium 2020

May/June 2020
Our minds are more than what happens inside our skulls, and even in our bodies. They’re fully embodied, and they’re fully relational. Here are seven daily activities that support a healthy mind.

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The Viral Wake-up Call

From Virtual Symposium 2020

May/June 2020
Amid the pandemic, the pain and vulnerability of the majority of Americans, who live on the financial edge and can’t afford a crisis like this, are glaringly apparent. What’s also clear is how totally interdependent we are.

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Two Scoops of Vanilla

From Storytelling 2020

May/June 2020
When a challenging clients brings out our true inner colors.

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United in Uncertainty

A Technophobic Therapist and Covid-19

May/June 2020
A technophobic therapist struggles with a new professional reality.

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May/June 2020
Where Are We Going?
Finding Our Way in a New Reality
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Practice Tools - March/April 2020 Issue

REACTS Journaling Exercise

March/April 2020
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A Need for Speed?

How Therapists Can Meet a Growing Demand

March/April 2020
The push in popular culture to raise awareness about mental health means more and more people are seeking help. With resources limited, often where they’re needed most, some therapists are touting a range of ultrabrief therapies as crucial to expanding the field’s reach and impact. But can such short interventions really make a difference?

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Bookmarks

Exposing the Hoax: The Inside Story of the Rosenhan Study

March/April 2020
In her new book, author Susannah Cahalan exposes the fabrications of one of psychology’s most famous studies.

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Case Study

Breaking the Silence with Nonverbal Autism

March/April 2020
A controversial method makes talk therapy possible for people who don’t talk.

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Clinician's Digest

Are Mental Health Days for Students a Good Idea?

March/April 2020
Spearheaded by high school students and supported by some influential adults, a movement is underway to mandate a limited number of mental health days as part of a public school’s official sick-day policy.

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Editor's Note

March/April 2020
Something’s afoot in the therapy world, and some clinicians will surely wrinkle their brows at it. Although it comes in various forms, the catchiest term for it is microtherapy. Can these single-session encounters help meet the growing demand for therapy? Is it all some clients need or want? How effective is it really?

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Family Matters

Irish Whiskey: The Comfort of a Powerful Lineage

March/April 2020
How our family lineages weave a connection of giving and taking and giving again.

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March/April 2020
Fast-Track Therapy
Challenging Old Assumptions
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In Consultation

Hanging It Up

March/April 2020
What are the signs that it’s finally time for a therapist to stop seeing clients?

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Love & Grief

Finding Meaning in Loss

March/April 2020
When a loved one dies, it’s easy to get stuck in your pain. But if you can find meaning in even the most senseless loss, you can do more than just get unstuck.

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Point of View

A VAST Difference: Depathologizing ADHD

March/April 2020
Rather than a curse, Ned Hallowell believes an ADHD diagnosis can be a blessing.

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The Path to Clinical Confidence

More Training Isn't Always the Answer

March/April 2020
Research shows that confidence isn’t always tied to skills, ability, capacity, or even higher intelligence. So what does make us feel self-assured in our therapeutic roles, and what’s the role of clinical confidence in the outcome of psychotherapy?

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The Tyranny of Time

How Long Does Effective Therapy Really Take?

March/April 2020
Consider what it takes to master any new and complex skill, say learning a language, playing a musical instrument, or becoming adept at carpentry. If someone promised to make you an expert in six months, you’d suspect they were selling snake oil. Meaningful personal development takes time and effort. Why would psychotherapy be any different?

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The Warm Handoff

Therapists’ Expanding Role in Healthcare

March/April 2020
In a country where one in five primary care patients has a diagnosable behavioral health issue, setting up doctors and therapists to work hand in hand may be the key to creating a more accessible, affordable, and effective healthcare system.

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An Interview with Esther Perel

Expanding the Conversation

September/October 2017
Esther Perel traces the development of her approach and the wider response to her ideas about sexuality and intimacy.

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Practice Tools - January/February 2020 Issue

Vulnerability Cycle Mapping Worksheet

January/February 2020
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Bookmarks

Out of Sight: Are Prisons Modern-Day Asylums?

January/February 2020
Author Kenneth Paul Rosenberg explores the catastrophic inadequacies of our mental healthcare system that have led to “the greatest social crisis of our time.”

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