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Clinician's Corner

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teen and mom

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

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teaching teens computer

There is a growing disparity in academic achievement between boys and girls—with boys, specifically boys of color, underac...

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teen shadows

It has been proven that the strongest indicator of success in therapy is the quality of relationship between the client an...

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drop in water

It’s not exactly news that mindfulness-based therapies are effective. A recent meta-analysis including 209 published empir...

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If you use defusion in your therapy sessions, or any other technique aimed at helping clients create distance between them...

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space in a mind bubble

Across the board of contemporary psychotherapy modalities, some iteration of defusion-like techniques have been incorporat...

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If you use any technique that involves helping clients untangle themselves from the stories they tell about their lives an...

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color brain

What does the word defusion mean? According to John Blackledge, PhD, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) researcher an...

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lighthouse

The biggest predictor for delinquent behavior, other than prior delinquent behavior, is association with delinquent peers....

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