Articles & Interviews
by Charlotte Dailey
A challenging client plunges a beginning therapist into a state of anxiety.
by Philippa Perry and Junko Graat
Couch Fiction allows you to peep through the key-hole of the therapy room door and read the mind of the protagonists.
by Tony Rousmaniere
One beginning therapist shares his success with the Session Rating Scale in improving his practice.
by Esther W. Wright-Wilson
A therapist poetically chronicles an underreported occupational hazard.
by Reid Wilson
Anxiety Disorder expert Reid Wilson, PhD, offers a unique twist on traditional cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders.
by John Marzillier
Using three different case studies with clients, a British therapist describes his personal journey from his early career as a behavioral psychologist, to his later years, where he embraced a more intuitive and reflective psychodynamic approach.
Dr. Michael Lambert's groundbreaking work on tracking client outcomes has revealed a huge blindspot for psychotherapists: We don't notice when our patients are getting worse. But he's got the solution if you're willing to try something new.