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Case Example Article: Review/Commentary

First, here is the article, for you to read and respond to; my commentary will follow.   It’s Never Too Late By Daniel Siegel © 2017 Psychotherapy Networker, May/June, pp. 28-29, 49 This article is a transcription of an extemporaneous short story Dr. Siegel delivered over dinner to a Psychotherapy Networker audience during the 2017 […]

Making Quick Work of Lasting Change

© 2017 Psychotherapy Networker magazine, March/April Steve Andreas Imagine that your car is smoking, shaking, and making ugly noises. When you take it to a repair shop, the manager is unusually direct. “We charge $100 an hour, and you’ll have to bring it in weekly so we can develop a working relationship,” he says. “We […]

Working with a shame-inducing internal voice

I got a lovely email recently from a therapist reporting on a session:   I did a client session in November 2016 regarding old and new traumas with a 30-year-old woman who was sexually assaulted when she was 18. She had cancelled and rescheduled several times, but she finally found a time she could come […]

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Small-Scope Synesthesia

In response to my previous blog post on synesthesia, Gary Skaleski (MA, LPC, currently working as an EAP case manager) wrote the following:   “About 1976-77 John Grinder was teaching about modalities, and at one point came up with a technique which I had not heard anyone else talk about, not written up as far as […]

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What is Synesthesia?

One problem that crops up repeatedly in NLP is imprecision in the meaning of a word, creating an ambiguity about what kind of sensory experience a word refers to. Since most NLP works directly with changing sensory experience, it’s crucial to know what that is. The word “synesthesia” has been used in NLP for two […]