5 perfectly normal feelings to have about your therapist

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Feelings in therapy - Mark Ettensohn, Psy. Sacramento Psychologist

Anger, disappointment, guilt, and love. Believe it or not, people have these sorts of feelings about their therapists all the time. Perhaps even more surprisingly, they can be vital to the therapy process.

The effectiveness of Psychodynamic Therapy: Latest evidence

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Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapies appear to benefit individuals with depression, some forms of anxiety, eating disorders, somatic problems, and personality disorder.

4 Reasons to use “Patient” instead of “Client”

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It’s an unspoken rule that we don’t treat patients in psychotherapy; we work with clients. When I opened my own practice, I decided to buck convention by switching to patient. Here’s why.

The Importance of Play: What a Classic Musical Taught Me About Therapy

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When met in the transformative space of play, our clients can be helped to reconnect with forgotten abilities to love, hope, and dream.

Angry? Try taking some space.

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When we fight with a loved one it is easy to lose sense of the big picture.
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