Clinical Practice & Guidance

Tips and techniques from your colleagues
Article May 1, 2024

Holotropic Breathwork

An Overlooked Path to Healing Experiences?
Susan McBride and Mark Cornfield

In the midst of the psychedelic treatment revolution, have we forgotten about Stan Grof’s alternative to facilitating non-ordinary states of consciousness? Read more

Article May 1, 2024

The Dual Nature of Trauma Bonding

Beyond Abuser and Victim

Partners who associate love and intimacy with the painful family dynamics of their formative years can get stuck in a familiar bond that’s hard to shake... Read more

Article May 1, 2024

Experiments In Being Someone Else

Can Fixed-Role Therapy Get Clients Unstuck?

Trying on different personas can help clients step outside of their comfort zones and challenge their assumptions about themselves, others, and the world. Read more

Article May 1, 2024

Supercharging Couples Work with Ketamine

A Doorway to Greater Intimacy

The combination of therapeutic guides, ketamine, and community can open the door to deep, long-lasting relational change. Read more

Video April 23, 2024

How to Know It's Narcissistic Abuse

Signs to Watch for in Therapy

Watch this clip of Dr. Ramani explaining the signs of narcissistic abuse in a relationship and what it looks like in your therapy office. Read more

Video April 23, 2024

Watch this clip of Dr. Ramani explaining how to help your clients who are survivors of narcissistic and build trust. Read more

Video April 23, 2024

What is Betrayal Blindness?

Dr. Ramani on Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse

Watch this clip of Dr. Ramani explaining what betrayal blindness looks like in relationships impacted by narcissistic abuse. Read more

Article April 11, 2024

Practice Tools: May/June 2024

The best from across the field of psychotherapy . . . on us!
Nancy Johnston

Download a worksheet from this month’s selection: Nancy Johnston's "The Clinician’s Codependency Treatment Workbook." Read more

Article March 4, 2024

Sometimes, transformational growth happens when we least expect it. Read more

Article March 1, 2024

Social Anxiety in Kids

How Our Good Intentions Make It Worse

Making accommodations for socially anxious kids can be easier than getting them off their phones and out of their rooms—but it’s also dangerous. Read more

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