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Depression: An Experiential Approach with Michael Yapko

Depression: NP0048 – Session 2

Do you feel that you learn better by doing or watching others do? Join Michael Yapko as he presents clinical videos that will help you learn new techniques for dealing with depressed clients.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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3 Responses to Depression: An Experiential Approach with Michael Yapko

  1. Heather says:

    Where is the video that Michael referenced with his client Mike?

  2. gcjonesz says:

    Wow. Great information today. I am fully aware of patient/client buy in to the process of gaining ground in therapy and life skills that can assist. Love the perspective Micheal brings to the discussion of depression, especially the anti depressant findings. Will be doing more research on that. Thanks for the opportunity to listen in. Carolyn Jones

  3. Chrayl says:

    Wow! He obviously hasn’t spent any time with severely depressed clients that can’t benefit from therapy until they have been on an anti-depressant a couple of weeks. BTW, SSRI’s don’t “inhibit” serotonin, they increase it by inhibiting it’s uptake. Would have liked more time spent on counseling technique.

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