Archive | February, 2012

Psychotherapy: Two Minds Trusting One Another

I came across the following passage in a journal article. The author of the article quotes from Sheldon Bach, Ph.D., a contemporary psychoanalyst: “Most importantly, since I am implicitly asking my patients to trust me with their minds, I struggle to attain a position where I can trust them with my own mind and feel […]

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Some Thoughts About Feelings

Feelings often occupy the focus in psychotherapy. Often I will ask my clients how they feel; often they will either speak of or show their feelings, particularly the distressing ones. I have been thinking about feelings lately and it occurs to me that there are different types – I’m inclined to say species – of […]

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