The Science of Psychotherapy November 2019

The Science of Psychotherapy November 2019 Members Download This Issue Recently, I was speaking to a colleague in Colorado and before our serious talk, we shared the usual introductory chat about the weather. For me, it was the first day above 90F/35C, while she was...

Fear never rests…

Most people’s bogeyman … is the unknown! The unknown is a dark, empty place, like an abyss where one cannot see the end … as the unknown is scary, there are people who prefer to stay in a situation they already know

Marketing Tips With Nick Tadic

The Science of Psychotherapy has a partner digital media specialist, and his name is Nick Tadic. Not only is he a super nice guy, but he knows a lot about digital marketing and is helping us, and hopefully will help you, in our digital marketing efforts. So to this...

Care Sought & Unmet Is Shaming

Shame and pride serve many intrapersonal and interpersonal functions, and understanding how best to work with each in psychotherapy, particularly with survivors of relational trauma (see Schore, 2001), is essential. This is part of a series of posts that have been...

It’s so much easier being yourself

The following session took place one year, 4 months into my therapy with “Clay”. Clay is a very attractive, always well-coiffed, intelligent, articulate man in his mid-50s who originally sought therapy to determine if he “had ADHD”. ...

Where To Next?

Photo by Taylor Nicole Where to next? This question spurs my curiosity.  Like explorers searching for new frontiers, the counseling and psychotherapy field is at a critical moment in its history. We have moved from narrative descriptions of client scenarios to...
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