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BT16 Clinical Demonstration 11 – Sewing Partners Together: Sewing Partners Together: Techniques for Moving Couples Toward Secure Functioning – Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT One hour video download $29.95. Videotape Review/Commentary I like to watch videotaped demonstrations of therapy any time I can, to see what I can learn. Very few therapists are willing to make […]

Two Very interesting New Kids on the Block!

I’m very pleased to tell you about two new cyber buddies, Kaj Sotala in Finland, and Adam Goldman, currently in Albania. Both are highly skilled in information technology, a perfect background for expertise in NLP.   Kaj Sotala Kaj is one of very few people who thoroughly understands the principles of scope and category that […]

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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