Contributed by William Doherty
How Therapists Can Stop Runaway Conflict
Getting at the Heart of Affairs
How to Help Clients Examine Ethical Dilemmas
VIDEO: Bill Doherty on Deepening Our Therapeutic Vision
The Importance of Cultivating a New Kind of Self
VIDEO: Is Therapy Really a Science?
...Or is It a Conversational Craft?
What do the masters of truly good therapy have in common? According to couples therapist Bill Doherty, they know how to balance their desire to guide therapy with their ability to empathically listen. It's this quality that drives home the truth about therapy—at its heart, this work isn't a science. It's a craft. Read More
VIDEO: What Therapy and Surgery Have in Common
Crafting the Right Language for the Right Outcome
William Doherty, PhD, is professor of family social science and director of the Minnesota Couples on the Brink Project at the University of Minnesota. He’s the author of the forthcoming book, The Ethical Lives of Clients: Transcending Self-Interest in Psychotherapy.