When One Partner Won’t Budge
The Magic Wand Question, the Compliment Sandwich, and More Strategies
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When Medication Gets in the Way
Listening, Collaborating, and Helping Clients “Choose Their Own Adventure”
How Do I Make Therapy Stick?
Creating a Vision, Building Momentum Between Sessions, and More
Sure, your clients may find therapy helpful. But do they find it memorable? How can we get clients to retain all the wonderful information they learn in therapy in between sessions and beyond? From goal-setting to small moments, from writing recaps to providing resources, here are a few ways to make your therapy "stickier." Read More
Should You Tell Your Clients Why You're Canceling?
When to Self-Disclose, Preserving the Therapeutic Alliance, and More
The Narcissistic Client
Four Ways to Break Through
Should I Hand My Crying Client a Tissue?
Reading Between the Tears, Permission-Giving, and More
Elderly Clients, Hidden Gifts
Best Practices for Working with Older Populations
The Power of Humor
Five Ways Therapists Put This “Best Medicine” to Use
Therapy can be serious, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for a joke here and there. Here, clinicians share how they used humor to help clients dispel negative self-talk, build stronger relationships, realize what’s really important to them, and walk through life a little easier. Read More