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Couples Therapy Around the World

Putting EFT to Work in Two Cultures

March/April 2022
With its Western focus on secure emotional bonds and demonstrative, healthy attachment in couples, how does Emotionally Focused Therapy fit into ancient and collectivist cultures?

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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.

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Do I Have to Forgive You?

Loosening the Grip of Obsessive Anger and Pain

March/April 2022
The hardest part of letting go of anger can be accepting that the offending party is never going to apologize, never going to see themselves objectively, and never going to listen to our feelings with openness of mind or heart.

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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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Relational EMDR Therapy

Showing Up for Our Clients

March/April 2022
Being an expert in your method is only part of the work. Sometimes our clients need us to go beyond administering a protocol.

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Treating Trauma From the Top Down

A Cognitive Path to Healing

March/April 2022
When it comes to designating best practices for treating trauma, where does the research stand? And where is the field going?

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Editor's Note

March/April 2022
In this issue, we investigate how and why therapists around the country—and around the world—are reimagining their work. This rarely means starting from scratch; it’s more about conducting careful, creative experiments that push the edges of the ways they’ve been working, allowing them to discover more useful ways of helping clients.

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Getting at the Heart of Affairs

How to Help Clients Examine Ethical Dilemmas

March/April 2022
Affairs are one of the biggest ethical issues that therapists encounter in everyday practice. And while there’s extensive literature on how to help couples recover from an affair, there’s little on how to help someone having one grapple with the effect of their actions on others.

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March/April 2022
Reimagining Psychotherapy
New Possibilities for New Times
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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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Case Study

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?

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Editor's Note

January/February 2022
How have we come to a place where fully a quarter of Americans aren’t merely disgruntled with family members, but are distressed enough to actually cut them off? What’s the emotional fallout of these fractures, both for those who initiate them and for the rest of the family? And how can therapists best navigate this relational minefield and avoid missteps that could widen an existing fissure?

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Estrangement 101

Helping Parents Reengage Their Kids

January/February 2022
Helping parents process their own childhood pain is a difficult but necessary part of helping them reconnect with an estranged child.

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Family Matters

Four Simple Ingredients: Lessons on Baking with Matthew

January/February 2022
Four simple ingredients will become bread, whether you do everything right or not. The result may not be perfect, but it doesn’t have to be.

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January/February 2022
Family Rifts
How You Can Lend a Hand
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Family Therapy in Action

Three family therapists on how they get buy-in from family members

January/February 2022
To practice family therapy, therapists need to get multiple family members in the same room at the same time. It sounds simple—and yet!

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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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Life without Atticus

When Siblings Parent Each Other

January/February 2022
Children need an adult who provides safety, attunement, empathy, acceptance, and boundaries. Can a sibling be the next best thing?

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Love, Separation, and Power

Resolving a Mother–Daughter Conflict

January/February 2022
The power that parents have to influence the wellbeing of their adult children is often underestimated.

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Mediating Estrangement

How to Help Family Members Coexist

January/February 2022
After journeying through the Family Dialogue process, estranged family members often end up adjusting the very notion of what togetherness means.

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Open Book

Suicide as a State of Being: One Man's Ongoing Struggle

January/February 2022
A new memoir from celebrated writer Donald Antrim reflects on the nature of suicide.

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Point of View

Burnout and the Body: Emily Nagoski on Naming the Real Enemy

January/February 2022
Self-care has long been touted as a panacea for burnout. Emily Nagoski has a different solution.

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Rifts & Reconnection

Helping Adult Children Heal

January/February 2022
Five therapists weigh in on how to support adult children in reconnecting with estranged parents.

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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.

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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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