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How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick

The Three Processes to Reclaiming a Lost Art

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 4/6/2017

By Scott Miller and Mark Hubble - Studies show more people pay for the services of advisors claiming special powers than see mental health practitioners. How can mentalists and mediums be flourishing at a time when therapists—trained and sanctioned—are struggling to inspire confidence? In an effort to improve therapists’ efficacy, two researchers find themselves on an unexpected path.

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How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick

The Art of Healing in an Age of Science

Scott Miller, Mark Hubble • 3/13/2017

Studies show more people pay for the services of advisors claiming special powers than see mental health practitioners. How can mentalists and mediums be flourishing at a time when therapists—trained and sanctioned to care for people’s emotional well-being—are struggling to inspire confidence? In an effort to improve therapists’ efficacy, two researchers find themselves on an unexpected path.

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Burnout Reconsidered

What Supershrinks Can Teach Us

Françoise Mathieu, Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 5/1/2015

An entire industry has sprung up to address the problem of compassion fatigue, but research indicates that the most commonly proposed answer, improved self-care, doesn’t work. In fact, the study of the most highly effective clinicians suggests that burnout isn’t related to caring too much, but continuing to care ineffectively.

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The Road To Mastery

What’s Missing from this Picture?

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 5/1/2011

Therapists usually enter the field because they’re drawn to it and have innate capacities to do the work. But whether they excel depends largely on their professional community. Unfortunately, current psychotherapy practice doesn’t foster excellence as much as mediocrity, inertia, and an intense fear of change.

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Supershrinks

What's the Secret of Their Success?

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 11/1/2007

Why do some therapists clearly stand out above the rest, consistently getting far better results than most of their colleagues? According to the research, it isn't training, experience, theory, personality style, or even raw talent that makes the difference.

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How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick

The Three Processes to Reclaiming a Lost Art

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 4/6/2017

By Scott Miller and Mark Hubble - Studies show more people pay for the services of advisors claiming special powers than see mental health practitioners. How can mentalists and mediums be flourishing at a time when therapists—trained and sanctioned—are struggling to inspire confidence? In an effort to improve therapists’ efficacy, two researchers find themselves on an unexpected path.

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How Psychotherapy Lost Its Magick

The Art of Healing in an Age of Science

Scott Miller, Mark Hubble • 3/13/2017

Studies show more people pay for the services of advisors claiming special powers than see mental health practitioners. How can mentalists and mediums be flourishing at a time when therapists—trained and sanctioned to care for people’s emotional well-being—are struggling to inspire confidence? In an effort to improve therapists’ efficacy, two researchers find themselves on an unexpected path.

Magazine Article

Burnout Reconsidered

What Supershrinks Can Teach Us

Françoise Mathieu, Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 5/1/2015

An entire industry has sprung up to address the problem of compassion fatigue, but research indicates that the most commonly proposed answer, improved self-care, doesn’t work. In fact, the study of the most highly effective clinicians suggests that burnout isn’t related to caring too much, but continuing to care ineffectively.

Magazine Article

The Road To Mastery

What’s Missing from this Picture?

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 5/1/2011

Therapists usually enter the field because they’re drawn to it and have innate capacities to do the work. But whether they excel depends largely on their professional community. Unfortunately, current psychotherapy practice doesn’t foster excellence as much as mediocrity, inertia, and an intense fear of change.

Magazine Article

Supershrinks

What's the Secret of Their Success?

Mark Hubble, Scott Miller • 11/1/2007

Why do some therapists clearly stand out above the rest, consistently getting far better results than most of their colleagues? According to the research, it isn't training, experience, theory, personality style, or even raw talent that makes the difference.

Magazine Article
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Mark Hubble, Ph.D., is a cofounder of the Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change. He has co-authored and edited numerous professional articles and books, including The Heart and Soul of Change: What Works in Therapy; Escape from Babel; Psychotherapy with Impossible Cases; and The Heroic Client. Recently, Hubble co-released a self-help book, Staying on Top and Keeping the Sand Out of Your Pants: A Surfer's Guide to the Good Life.