March/April 2012View All Issues
All therapy is about stories—the stories clients tell therapists and the (we hope) more truthful and helpful stories therapists and clients construct together. Therapy itself is really a story, or stories, about why people suffer, how they heal, and what therapists can do to promote the latter. In a sense, this magazine is a kind of meta-story—or meta-meta story—about all those other stories, a narrative in which we’re both the tellers and the told.
Still Crazy After All These Years?
A Look at 30 Years of the Networker
Psychotherapy's Greatest Debates
Assessing the State of the Art 2012
Is Psychotherapy Getting Better?
A Progress Report on the Science—and Art—of the Psychotherapy Field
A Buddhist Approach to Helping Low Self-Esteem
Teaching Self-Compassion in Therapy
Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Help a Panicked Client
From Certainty to Uncertainty
Igniting Excellence in Psychotherapy
Top performers are made, not born
An Ailing Mother Comes to the Aid of Her Son