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The core dilemma of post-traumatic stress is how to carry painful personal history forward in life. If clients use fragmen...

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One of the most devastating beliefs young people can have is that nothing they do will improve their life; this is sometim...

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In recent years, there has been increasing empirical support for a flexible, modular approach to treatment that may serve...

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Often therapists and clients fail to understand each other. The same way that the bedside manner of a doctor significantly...

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Sometimes emotions are seen as a sign of weakness and irrationality, but this perception couldn't be further from the trut...

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Imagine feeling totally lost with a client. The client has just disclosed an extremely painful story, and you feel stuck a...

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Editor’s note: The following is a part two of a Q&A with Dennis Tirch, PhD, and Laura Silberstein, PhD, co-authors alo...

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Editor’s note: The following is a Q&A with Dennis Tirch, PhD, and Laura Silberstein, PhD, co-authors along with Benjam...

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According to the DSM-5, symptoms of psychosis may include delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, markedly illogic...

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