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Christian Conte, PhD

Christian Conte, PhD is a psychologist, author, and professional speaker who specializes in anger management and communication, and was an award-winning, tenured professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. He co-founded a center in South Lake Tahoe, California, to work with people who have been convicted of violent crimes. Conte’s programs always focus on helping people change and improve their lives. You can learn more about him at www.drchristianconte.com.

The Thousand-Armed Therapist

Posted by Christian Conte, PhD on 2/21/14 - 2:30 PM
A typical desire for most therapists (at least at some point in their training or career) is “to save people;” because let’s face it: the majority of us are in this business because we care a great deal about others. There comes a moment, however, when almost all therapists eventually learn that trying to save people is exhausting. Actually, even trying to help others gain small amounts of awareness on a daily basis can be difficult and draining. Therapists are...

Seeing Medusa in Every Client

Posted by Christian Conte, PhD on 1/15/13 - 1:38 PM
In Greek traditions, Medusa is the notorious stone-cold killer who was well known for turning people into statues. Her reputation became so brutal that she was often depicted as evil itself. However, like everyone who eventually comes to hurt others, Medusa had a life before she was the snake-haired statue-maker, but few seem to remember that. This is that story: Medusa was a stunningly beautiful young woman. She was so striking, in fact, that everyone around her pursued her and longed...
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