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The Love Magician

A Therapist Lays Down Her Wand

November/December 2021
There’s magic in therapy—all types—the most astonishing of which only happens when you stop trying to put on a flawless show.
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The Mentor Who Changed My Practice

November/December 2021
Three clinicians share their experiences of the power of supervision.

The Therapy Beat

Rage Rooms: Stress Relief’s New Darlings?

November/December 2021
Are rage rooms a passing fad? Or a symptom of a larger issue?
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Point of View

Total Liberation: A Buddhist Approach to Healing

November/December 2021
What would therapy look like if the focus was on liberating a client from their setbacks, rather than simply diluting their symptoms?

When Your Supervisor's A Tough Crowd

Learning to Take the Lead

November/December 2021
The moment before a client meets a therapist is not unlike sitting in a theater just before curtain. The drama about to unfold will inevitably pale in comparison to the anticipation of what could be.

Whatever Happened to Family Therapy?

Today's Renaissance in Systems Thinking

January/February 2022
In their rush to change family systems—if not the world—family therapists didn’t anticipate that they too would be affected by structural forces.
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When Therapists Encourage Family Cutoffs

Are We Helping or Harming?

January/February 2022
Today’s culture of therapy both reflects and contributes to our nation’s ever-growing embrace of individualism—for better and, sometimes, for worse.
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Unlearning Weight Stigma

The Latest Science on Trauma and Weight

January/February 2022
When therapists assume that higher-weight individuals have a traumatic past, it adds another layer to the fat-shaming they’re already likely enduring.
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The Therapy Beat

Is Meditation as Safe as We Think?: The Risks We Don’t Talk About

January/February 2022
Meditation is generally considered one of the safest practices for our clients. But one organization says that’s not always the case.

In Consultation

When Therapists Blame Themselves: Using Regret to Deepen Our Work

January/February 2022
Most therapists struggle with guilt and self-blame related to their work. Thankfully, there are ways to leverage these feelings so we can grow from them.
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