Contributed by Jelena Kecmanovic

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Reframing Exposure Therapy

A Conversation with Dr. Jelena Kecmanovic

Based on her article in the September/October issue, Dr. Jelena Kecmanovic talks about exposure therapy and why therapists needn't be afraid of it. Read more

The Fear of Exposure Therapy

Reframing Our Approach

Our willingness to face shared existential struggles right alongside our clients can make exposure therapy not only tolerable, but transformative. Read more

consultation January 7, 2022

When Therapists Blame Themselves

Using Regret to Deepen Our Work

Most therapists struggle with guilt and self-blame related to their work. Thankfully, there are ways to leverage these feelings so we can grow from them. Read more

Jelena Kecmanovic

Jelena Kecmanovic, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, the founding director of the Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institute, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.