Digital Culture Needs What Talk Therapy Offers
Conditioned by the experience of life on the screen, clients today find it harder to concentrate on face-to-face conversation. They may not even see its value, feeling more comfortable with the self they can present through their digital devices. More than ever, the mores of therapy—the value therapy places on being with, forming an empathic bond, and the quiet attention necessary to do this—has become a crucial cultural corrective.
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The Power of Commitment: Mindfulness Is Only the Beginning
Despite its popularity among therapists, mindfulness is only a beginning in the process of change.
The Anatomy of Procrastination: Helping the ADHD Client Make Changes Stick
Clients with ADHD often know the coping skills that can improve their lives—the problem is applying them in daily life.
Skills for Successful Dieting
From the viewpoint of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, the reason that dieters so frequently fail to stick to their healthy eating plans is simple: knowing what to do and knowing how to get yourself to do it are two entirely different skills.
Telling It Like It Is: Donald Meichenbaum Doesn't Mince Words
Long an acerbic critic of the trendy and faddish, Don Meichenbaum, one of the founders of CBT, is still determined to separate myth from reality in the world of psychotherapy.
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