Why Practitioners Need to Talk About Mistakes

As practitioners, there’s one thing we don’t talk about nearly enough – mistakes. Because let’s face it, we all want to avoid mistakes. But we’re human. And just like everyone else, we make them. In order to grow as practitioners (and avoid future mistakes), it’s vital that we have frank conversations about our experiences –…

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A “Secret Kindness” Intervention for Working with Depression

Depression can rob our clients of the full, thriving lives we all hope for. And so often, a depressed client will avoid the very people, places, and activities that once gave them pleasure. In the video below, Steven Hayes, PhD describes a woman who suffered from both depression and anxiety. She started avoiding the business…

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The Healing Effect of Mindfulness – Working through Painful Emotions

Emotional upheaval affects every one of us at some time or another . . . but how we respond to it can be the key to genuine healing. Many of our patients just want it done and over with – they want a quick solution that will stop the hurting and help them feel good…

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