Clinical Practice & Guidance

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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 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

Article September 1, 2023

The Pursuer–Withdrawer Sexual Dynamic

Addressing the Three Threads of Attachment
Laurie Watson & George Faller

What if we viewed differences in how much two partners want sex as an attachment issue, not one of desire? Read more

Article September 1, 2023

The Hidden Trauma of Moral Injury

From Personal Anguish to Communal Healing

Because moral injury—one of the most significant contributors to the high rate of suicide among U.S. veterans—is rooted in conscience, not fear... Read more

Article September 1, 2023

Seeking the Autism Diagnosis

The Current Quest for Identity and Community
Rachael Goren

Increasing numbers of young people are wanting the validation of an autism diagnosis, even when assessments reveal they don’t meet the criteria. Read more

Article August 2, 2023

The PACE Attitude

A Guide for Parents

The PACE attitude is a way of interacting with your child, especially around difficult topics or situations, that will help them feel less defensive and more... Read more

Article July 26, 2023
Magdalini Agrafioti

Is there a way to engage in self-care while in conversation with someone or in session? Learn more about nonviolent communication, a mindful approach to... Read more

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