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A recent study by researchers at The University of Manchester and the University of Liverpool showed that the patient-ther...

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While it’s certainly not a requirement, many who are drawn to become mindfulness facilitators are trained psychotherapists...

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Editor’s note: The following is a Q&A with Mark Rye, PhD, and Crystal Moore, PhD, authors of The Divorce Recovery Work...

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When it comes to adolescents, we know that teen-adult relationships can be a powerful influence on teen behavior. Clinical...

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The therapeutic relationship has repeatedly shown to be a determining factor in positive outcomes in psychosis treatment....

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When working with people with psychosis, a compassionate approach is critical, given the high rates of trauma history and...

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Last week we presented a round-up of research that illustrated how important respect is to teens, and suggested that adole...

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The need to be valued by others is universal (Kurzban & Leary, 2001; DeCremer & Mulder, 2007). While demonstrated...

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As an educator, you probably feel, at least sometimes, totally depleted and stressed. The demands of your job are herculea...

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