On becoming a therapist: choosing your ground

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As I wrote in my previous blog, the therapeutic process starts long before the client knocks on our door – it starts when we adopt our professional and therapeutic stance.  Therapeutic stance begins to crystalize at early stages of the professional training, but some of its underpinnings might be traced ...

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Did your supervisor tell you that? On re-learning psychotherapy

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While delivering ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and EST (Emotional Safeness Therapy) workshops I’m often asked to teach exercises and demonstrate protocols. Even participants who have no previous knowledge of the presented approach want to learn some techniques. This interest seems to be quite natural when the audience consists of practitioners. After all, ...

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