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Here are just a few of the ways tarot cards can be a useful tool in psychotherapy sessions.
According to its founders William Miller and Stephen Rollnick, motivational interviewing is a collaborative, person-centered form of guiding to elicit and strengthen motivation to change in a counseling setting.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most common and best studied forms of psychotherapy. It is a combination of two therapeutic approaches, known as cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy.
Aside from being one of the most important proponents of psychoanalysis during the 20th century, Franz Alexander helped lay the foundations for psychosomatic medicine.
The diagnosis and the treatment fit the era in which they occurred. It was the early 1950's, and the field of psychosomatic medicine — based on the notion that many diseases have their origins in emotional distress — was in its heyday.
Virtual sessions offer the intimacy and comedy of seeing patients and therapists in their personal environments.
You can let anxiety consume you, or you can feel the fear and also find joy in ordinary life, even now.
To a believer in the impossible profession, the family memoirs of famous psychoanalysts constitute a troubling but delicious genre. There is a certain satisfaction in reading about the unhappy marriages and not good enough parenting skills of bad Freudian fathers.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts by interrogating and uprooting negative or irrational beliefs.
Alexander was a rare psychoanalytic pioneer who, despite a thorough grounding in classical Freudian theory, had the courage, vision, and flexibility to modify his thinking in the light of newer knowledge.
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