Regain your clarity and clinical perspective quickly when dealing with difficult clients by learning a new way of identifying and dealing with the cognitive distortions and extreme emotions they trigger in you.
A surprise bestseller shows us the crucial roles that even minor habits can play in individual and group behavior.
Daniel Kahneman, the founder of behavioral economics, has written a comprehensive dissection of the reasoning mind that should be on every therapist’s required reading list.
When therapy goes wrong, it’s typically because we’ve entered our clients’ trance, joining them in their myopic misery. Once there, our job is to break the spell, broaden the vision, and open ourselves to possibilities outside the tunnel.
A therapist uses a Hollywood analogy to help a client learn an important lesson about distinguishing behavior from identity.
What do you say to potential clients when they first call you or come in for a consultation? We may resist the idea, but in this initial phase, therapists face the same challenge as salespeople seeking to turn shoppers into satisfied customers.
At its best, therapy is a deeply creative art, rooted in the healing quality of imagination, hope, risk, and wonder. Discover how to bring this creativity and originality into your practice right away.