Posts Tagged ‘What Works in Therapy’

New Year, New Dreams: Eight Keys to Successful Therapy Plus the Bonus Key

When I was in therapy, I was always curious about what techniques were behind my therapists work. I read alot about different psychotherapeutic approaches. I wondered if she knew what was best for me, or should I try some other things?

I had these questions in mind when I  began to study psychotherapy.  Which therapies work best as there are alot of techniques out there!  Which therapy approach would work best for my clients? How could I know what I studied was the best I could offer to my clients? And my clients ask me to differentiate between the therapies as well.

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Guest Post: Therapy from the Inside by Leighann Adams

 

Photo:Leighann Adams of Multitaskingmumma

Photo:Leighann Adams of Multitaskingmumma

Guest Post: Today I am pleased to have Leighann Adams of Multitasking Mumma guest posting here today. Leighann is a mom and a self-identified Postpartum Depression blogger. She says the Postpartum Depression blogging community helped her a whole lot when she needed information and support. She found blogging to be therapeutic for her; now she gives back to others via blogging and awareness campaigns.

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Eight Keys to Recovery Success in Therapy Plus the (not so) Secret Ingredient

Many Individual Paths to Well Being Istock/mycola

Many Individual Paths to Well Being Istock/mycola

As a practicing professional counselor, I want to positively share what I’ve noticed over the years what the conditions are for positive change in therapy.

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