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Going Virtual with Couples

From Skeptic to Believer

November/December 2020
Online couples therapy can be tough, especially with a high-stakes case. The developer of Emotionally Focused Therapy dives into the deep end with a couple living in the Arctic.

CoronaGifts

How Teletherapy Changed My Life and My Practice

November/December 2020
The pandemic has showed us just how much our clients need us—and how much we need to tend to ourselves. For some therapists, this has meant reimagining their entire practice.

The Outcast

A Hard Road to an Unexpected Connection

November/December 2020
How do you work with a client who intentionally tries to break every rule of therapy, spoken and implicit?

In Consultation

Money Matters: Getting Clear with Ourselves and Our Clients

November/December 2020
Knowing your financial worth as a therapist can model self-care and self-respect for clients.

Practice Tools - November/December 2020 Issue

The “Diamond Approach to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy”

November/December 2020
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Point of View

Scaling Up Mental Health: Sharing Our Expertise with a Wider Community

January/February 2021
Psychologist Ali Mattu is on a mission to bring therapeutic principles to the mainstream.

Facing the Waves

Therapy in the Surf Circle

May/June 2021
Learning to surf requires awareness, focus, and flexibility—perhaps the most essential qualities for navigating the complexities of life. For some young clients, the ocean is proving to be a powerful co-therapist.
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Community Wisdom

Walking in Balance with Indigenous Cultures

May/June 2021
In working with an Indigenous community, a therapist learns the importance of walking with his clients, not out in front of them.

Therapeutic Skills in the Workplace

Confronting Racial Wounds

May/June 2021
Just like families, coworkers often need help talking honestly and listening deeply, especially when it comes to issues around diversity, equity, and inclusion. How can therapists help?

Editor's Note

July/August 2021
In the therapy field, especially, we tend to view self-deception as a path to any number of bad ends, like a sense of failure when reality collides with fantasy, or making ill-begotten choices. Of course, illusions do carry these hazards, and plenty of others! But as science journalist Shankar Vedantam argues in our lead piece, perhaps we need to widen our lens beyond what’s true or not, and ask what function an illusion is serving. What are the consequences? Might there be occasions when the benefits justify the costs?
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