July/August 2013View All Issues
As a growing body of research shows, deep change doesn’t come when clients just talk about their problems: it results from the impact of an emotionally arousing therapeutic experience on the structures and biochemistry of the brain.
Creating Adventure And Play In Therapy
How to Vitalize Your Therapeutic Style
Therapy Isn't Brain Science
Knowledge Doesn’t Replace Clinical Skill
Yoga in the Therapy Room
Centering the uncentered client
Life After Betrayal
Getting Past the Victim Identity
Talking with God
Religion as a Therapeutic Experience
The Taste Bud Conspiracy
Are we the victims of the food industry?
What the Cactus Knew
The Reward of Not Getting What You Want