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Clinician's Corner

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Behavior change that is consistent with personal values is the purpose of psychotherapy. As teens begin to identify what’s...

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When you practice mindfulness as a way of life, over time you start to notice that your understanding of what it means wil...

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A Letter from Randy J. Paterson, PhD, author of our new book How to Be Miserable

Clients (and others) are often tre...

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Values clarification is a critical part of  any psychotherapy session. It may be more challenging for some teens than othe...

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Editor’s note: The following is an interview with John Forsyth, PhD, one of the authors of the bestselling Mi...

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To be a good mindfulness teacher, or even to use mindfulness effectively with your clients, it’s important that you have y...

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When asked to describe their experience, people who suffer from anxiety more commonly cite a cluster of physical symptoms...

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Mindfulness in the context of psychotherapy is more than just a technique or a theoretical perspective; it is a way of bei...

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In general, praising talents can lead to two problems. First, it can make us cling to the idea of being talented. We want...

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