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Bursting the Bubble of Individual Therapy: The Need to See Our Clients in a Relational Context

January/February 2022
As the years pass, is it possible that the more we work with long-term clients, the more we might overlook bigger issues that aren’t being addressed?

Practice Tools - January/February 2022

Helping Clients Understand Dissociation from Janina Fisher’s NEW The Living Legacy of Trauma Flip Chart – A Psychoeducational In-Session Tool for Clients and Therapists

January/February 2022
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Crossing the Urban-Rural Divide

Time to Address Unchallenged Prejudices

March/April 2022
In Hammerfest, Norway, known as the northernmost town in the world, a therapist is challenging geographical narcissism.

Healing in the Outback

An Outdoor Therapist Reconceives His Role

March/April 2022
Psychotherapy needs alternatives to the century-old approach of sit and talk. When you’re open to the spirit of adventure, you never feel stuck.

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A Vehicle of Awakening: Can Psychotherapy Be a Spiritual Practice?

March/April 2022
In The Zen of Therapy, psychiatrist Mark Epstein explores what a Buddhist therapy has offered his clients.
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Practice Tools - March/April 2022

Uncovering Loops of Thought and Action from Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: The Workbook.

March/April 2022
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When Actions Speak Louder than Words: Creating Change Through Therapeutic Rituals

May/June 2022
When our attempts to use logic and reason fail, therapeutic rituals can help clients connect to inner resources for healing.

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De-escalating Disputes: How Therapists Can Stop Runaway Conflict

May/June 2022
Exploring “high conflict” with a bigger picture in mind.
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