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Therapy and Politics

I should have addressed this topic long ago, but this is a very difficult subject to write about. It’s hard to find the right words when the political climate of our time is so intense, when the global crisis we are experiencing is existential and when all that has to be connected to the subject

 
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How to Let Go of the Outcome of Your Complaint

In “How to Present Your Case Most Effectively When Filing a Complaint” I emphasized the importance of letting go of the outcome. But how do you do that? How do you just not care if someone who inflicted an immense psychological damage on you will receive a just punishment or not? How can one not care

 
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How to Present Your Case Most Effectively When Filing a Complaint

This post is a summary of what you, as a consumer, need to know when you decide to report your therapist to the licensing board.

 
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Informed Consent in Psychotherapy

Informed Consent is probably one single important aspect of therapy that could set up the entire therapy process either for success or for failure from the get go and could either increase or decrease the risk of harm to a client. Both the therapist and the client are best protected when client is well-informed about a

 
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