The Therapist's Craft

Challenges on the path to therapeutic connection, creativity, and healing

Can AI Make Us Better Therapists?

Using New Technology for Supervision

Work Issues at the Heart of Couples' Conflicts

Exploring Our Relationships with Our Jobs

Saying Goodbye to Work You Love

How Do Therapists Know When It's Time to Retire?

Releasing Guilt in Grief

The Vital Shift from Prevention to Postvention

Rethinking Codependence

An Attachment-Based Framework for Caregivers
Article June 7, 2024

It’s Not About You

Matching Your Clinical Style with Your Client’s Needs

The more you develop a broad range of skills, comfort zones, and flexibility, the more you’ll be able to tailor your approach to the needs and styles of a... Read more

Article June 6, 2024

"I've Got Nothing to Talk About"

How to Work with Tight-Lipped Clients

What do you do when your client comes to session with nothing to say? Longtime experts in the field offer how to get the conversation going. Read more

Article June 6, 2024

Practice Tools: July/August 2024

The best from across the field of psychotherapy . . . on us!
Lindsay Gibson

This month’s selection is from Lindsay Gibson’s Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents Guided Journal: Your Space to Heal, Reflect and Reconnect... Read more

Video May 28, 2024

Tammy Nelson Discusses Couple and Ketamine

A New Way to Enrich Relationships

Watch our interview with relationship expert Tammy Nelson on how ketamine is supercharging couples work. Read more

Video May 22, 2024

Bessel van der Kolk: 'There's More to Life than Trauma'

The Question You Should Be Asking In Session

From his Symposium workshop, Bessel van der Kolk singles out the one question therapists should be asking their traumatized clients. Read more

Article May 8, 2024

Negotiating a Frightening World

What Role Can Therapists Play?
Diane Barth

Real world events are enough to cause anxiety in anyone. See how this therapist helped an anxious client see the world in a new way. Read more