Archive | July, 2012

Psychotherapy is a Unique Relationship

Psychotherapy is a unique relationship; it is really like no other. It is not a friendship. It is not like a relationship with family members. Given its uniqueness, the psychotherapeutic relationship may take a little getting used to. Although there are different schools of psychological thought that view the clinical relationship somewhat differently, most would […]

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Psychotherapy: Getting Lost and Enjoying the Ride

With so much emphasis in our culture on knowing, on being certain and correct, having the answers, it may be that the psychotherapist’s office remains one of the last places where it is perfectly all right to not know. After all, to discover, to learn more about oneself — an essential, perhaps the essential, goal […]

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