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Anxiety in Session

Anxiety in Session

By Christina Reese, PhD We’ve all been there. A client is sharing a traumatic experience. They are talking about an incident of anxiety during the week. Or, they are having… READ MORE

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

By Sherrie Campbell, PhD, author of Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members What is toxic shame? It’s a poisonous mixture of painful feelings, including but not limited to regret, overwhelming… READ MORE

AVOID AVOIDANCE

AVOID AVOIDANCE

By William J. Knaus, EdD, Alex Korb, PhD, Patricia J. Robinson, PhD, Lisa M. Schab, LCSW, and Kirk D. Strosahl, PhD, coauthors of The Depression Toolkit What to Know Checking… READ MORE

The Bluff of “Have To”

The Bluff of “Have To”

By Clarissa W. Ong, PhD, coauthor of The Anxious Perfectionist We tend to think that we don’t have choices, that we have to do certain things. I have to work… READ MORE

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