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Clinician's Corner

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Therapists often report the feeling that they are “in the same boat” as their clients. That is, they understand that the b...

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We all have our own ways of handling stressful situations without letting emotions get the best of us, but some ways of co...

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Psychotherapeutic modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) have p...

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Any practicing therapist can identify with the feeling of flying by the seat of your pants in a session—banking on your ex...

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Across the majority of contemporary psychotherapeutic modalities, mindfulness is used in one way or another. Whether your...

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We’ve spent the last few weeks discussing the overlaps between Buddhism and psychodynamic therapy, citing the views of the...

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It was Freud’s belief that a successful psychoanalytic treatment resulted in a decreased amount of suffering, but also emp...

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"Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anxiety" Cover Image

A Letter from William J. Knaus, EdD

Clients with anxiety and fear will normally have co-existing problems, such as...

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Their shared goal of alleviating mental suffering renders Buddhism and psychotherapy undeniably entwined. Last week we sta...

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