Teaching Couples to Tap
Could eliminating blocks in couples therapy be as simple as learning where to tap?
Therapists are far more impressed with clinical fads than they should be.
Snake oil or therapeutic power tool?
A wizened, seen-it-all psychologist describes how he came to embrace an approach that much of the orthodox psychotherapy world considers the latest incarnation of snake oil.
On the Front Lines
A young orphan in Rwanda learns to get beyond an experience of unimaginable horror.
Energy Therapies want respect * More proof that client feedback improves therapy * Therapy's effect on brain cells * Therapists as myth purveyors * Is googling clients a good idea? * When clients interview multiple therapists * The worst media therapy yet!
Reversing Chronic Pain: Ten steps to reduce suffering
More and more chronic pain patients are being referred to therapists after their physicians conclude that they show every appearance of being healed.
The Last 25 Years Have Taught Us That It's Neither Art nor Science
At last count, therapists could choose from among 500 different treatment techniques. But after all these years, there's still no evidence that the overall effectiveness of therapy has improved. Could the problem be that we still don't understand the fundamental nature of psychotherapy?
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