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Quick Tips for Therapists

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By Rochelle I. Frank, PhD and Joan Davidson, PhD

Many clients have symptoms common to multiple diagnoses, and many...

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By Pat Harvey, ACSW, LCSW-C

Parents who bring their children to therapy are often desperate, anxious, and scared. T...

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Part two of a six-part series on ACT processes

By Steven C. Hayes, Ph.D.

Emotions are the psychological soun...

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By Robyn Walser, PhD

Our clients have rich and meaningful life stories. Some are painful and are directly related t...

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By Raychelle Cassada Lohmann, MS, LPC

Oftentimes, as counselors, we encounter clients that become frustrated or ang...

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By Sheri Van Dijk, MSW

Clients come to therapy because they require objective feedback that others are unable to gi...

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By Michael A. Tompkins, PhD

Ambivalence—and a great deal of it—is a typical feature of hoarding disorder. Even clie...

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By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT

One of the most common fears socially anxious clients have is of making mistakes. Socia...

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By Leslie Becker-Phelps, PhD

Clients who feel worthless are chronically unhappy. They might find some solace by thr...

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