The Therapist's Craft

Challenges on the path to therapeutic connection, creativity, and healing

Strengthening Empathy in Kids

The Delicate Balance Between Self and Others

Are You A Conflict-Avoidant Therapist?

Harnessing Antagonism in the Therapy Room

Behind the Pursuer–Distancer Dynamic

Encouraging Men to Face Their Hidden Fears

Are We Treating Binge Eating All Wrong?

Removing the Shame and Building Self-Trust

When One Partner Won’t Budge

The Magic Wand Question, the Compliment Sandwich, and More Strategies
Article October 27, 2023

If we do not examine and honor the root of the suffering, such as colonization and dehumanization, we will continue to experience the same suffering over and... Read more

Video October 9, 2023

Watch expert, Dr. Jill Stoddard, to discuss this extreme version of self-doubt with Director of Psychotherapy Networker, Zach Taylor. Here, she separates fact... Read more

Video October 6, 2023

Watch Laura Copley, PhD, LPC, author of the brand-new book Loving You is Hurting Me, to learn how to spot a “trauma bond” in your clients and five ways to... Read more

Article September 28, 2023

One Foot In, One Foot Out

Enhance Clinical Effectiveness and Protect Against Compassion Fatigue

I've learned to not drown in my clients’ sorrow or hopelessness, but rather help them connect with their strengths and options to get the most out of our... Read more

Article September 1, 2023

Practice Tools: September/October 2023

The best from across the field of psychotherapy . . . on us!

This month’s selection is from Nedra Glover Tawwab’s "Boundaries Flip Chart: A Psychological Tool to Help Clients Set Healthy Limits, Develop Fulfilling... Read more

Article September 1, 2023

The Problem With ODD

How Neuroscience Shifts the Conversation

By obscuring the truth about kids’ adaptive responses to stress, the ODD diagnosis interferes with genuine solutions and effective treatment. Read more