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Pushing Past Our Limits

November/December 2012
This issue of the Networker is about what coaches like Andrew can teach psychotherapists, and the role that challenge and incorruptible truth-telling can play in the change process. A good coach is someone who, however hard he may push you, above all, respects your ability to push yourself to the next level, to become stronger, smarter, braver, and more capable than you think you are.

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Family Matters

Nothing Like Willy Loman? A Classic Play Still Casts a Haunting Spell

November/December 2012
More than 60 years after its Broadway debut, a classic play continues to cast a haunting spell.

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In Consultation

The Art of the First Session: Getting It Right From the Start

November/December 2012
You never get a second chance to have a first session, so make the most of it.

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November/December 2012
Is The Game Changing?
The Rise of Therapeutic Coaching
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Joining Through The Truth

Coaching and Our Assumptions

November/December 2012
A new breed of therapist believes that it’s disrespectful not to say to clients displaying obnoxious, selfish, or self-defeating behaviors what traditionalists might only share in a supervision group.

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Point Of View

Tribal Politics: Moral Issues are at the Heart of Elections

November/December 2012
Social psychologist Jonathon Haidt offers a perspective on why we vote the way we do that you’re unlikely to have read about in the deluge of mainstream election-season coverage this fall.

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Reinventing Your Life

Finding Self-Renewal in the Himalayas

November/December 2012
Tens of thousands of miles away from his practice, a therapist accidentally discovers a new sense of purpose, unable to distinguish the act of giving from the act of love.

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Swimming with The Sharks

From Therapist to Executive Coach

November/December 2012
A therapist from a working-class background finds himself on a surprising mid-career journey into the belly of 21st-century capitalism as an executive coach.

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The Coaching Edge

Helping Our Clients Take Their Best Shot

November/December 2012
A new style of working has emerged that integrates the in-depth understanding of traditional therapy with the experience of being instructed, pushed, and challenged identified with coaching. But can a clinician effectively encompass both styles with the same client?

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Clinician's Digest II

WEIRD Science


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Clinician's Digest III

Old Pills, New Promises for PTSD


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Clinician's Digest IV

"Manpocalypse" Now


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Bookmarks

Creatures of Habit: Understanding the automatic loops that shape our lives

September/October 2012
A surprise bestseller shows us the crucial roles that even minor habits can play in individual and group behavior.

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Case Study

How to Heal the Angry Brain: Mad Men

September/October 2012
Men with anger problems are generally highly reluctant clients who come to our offices only because they’ve gotten “the ultimatum” from their wives, girlfriends, or bosses. Fortunately, understanding the angry brain can help build their motivation for change.

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Clinician's Digest

September/October 2012
- Analysis for autism - Researchers' reliance on college students - New off-label PTSD medications - Is manhood in danger

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Editor's Note

Playing the Conversational Instrument

September/October 2012
Even though talking and listening to people may come naturally to most therapists (if not, we’re in the wrong profession), as the writers in this issue make abundantly clear, it takes conscious thought and long practice to become reliably adept at engaging clients in real conversation, and not anxiously falling back on what sounds like a routinized, Saturday Night Live parody of therapyspeak.

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Family Matters

Isle of Dreams: Searching for a lost self in the Ould Sod

September/October 2012
Sometimes the places we long to visit speak to needs that go much deeper than our appetite for exotic sights.

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How Conversation Sparks Therapeutic Change

The Search for the Unspoken Self

September/October 2012
When we trust in ourselves to follow the signals of life that the patient emits in seemingly casual conversation, we increase chances of stepping outside the stable confines of our theoretical models to enjoy an unexpected encounter.

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In Consultation

The Truth About Bullying: How therapists can help harassed kids

September/October 2012
While some believe the incidence of school bullying has reached epidemic proportions, therapists remain largely uninformed about the nature of the problem and what to do about it.

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One Brick at a Time

Therapy is More Craft Than Art or Science

September/October 2012
In this era of medical necessity and evidence-based therapies, it’s easy to lose sight of a basic truth. We heal not through prescriptions and procedures, but through talking and listening.

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Point Of View

Psyche and Soma: How Our Bodies Reveal Our Inner Experience

September/October 2012
For more than 25 years, Pat Ogden has been at the forefront of developing somatic approaches that can succeed where the talking cure fails.

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September/October 2012
The Craft of Conversation
Would you open up to this therapist?
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Visions Of A Sustainable Planet

We Need to Expand Our Moral Imagination

September/October 2012
We live in a culture of denial, especially about the grim reality of climate change. Sure, we want to savor the occasional shrimp cocktail without having to brood about ruined mangroves, but we can’t solve a problem we can’t face.

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Why Teens Hate Therapy

Mistakes Therapists Should Avoid

September/October 2012
It’s probably fair to say that most teens loathe the very idea of therapy. Yet, with confused and troubled adolescents needing our help more than ever, the gap between our grad school training and what works in real-life practice continues to widen.

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Editor's Note

November/December 2008

By Rich Simon


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