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PTSD Professional Perspective: Art Therapy by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 22 Jul 2011 7:05am Tapping into your creativity can be a great to way unleash your emotions, imagination and powerful strength in PTSD recovery. Today, Hannah McLaughlin gives some ideas for how to incorporate art therapy into your posttraumatic stress healing journey. Art Therapy can be adapted in many different ways to be useful in treatment ... Read on »
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Training in 2012 by AWeidman Posted Fri 15 Apr 2011 1:49pm ABOUT THE WORKSHOP The workshop covers all the "Required Core Training Content" necessary to enter the practicum to become a Certified Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy therapist. The use of SKYPE, independent study, and consultations will allow remote participants to fulfill the requirements to become Certified Dyadic Developmental Psychother ... Read on »
How to Pick A Good Therapist by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm More people than ever are seeking professional counseling services in one form or another. Thankfully, the stigma of seeing a mental health professional is waning and people are becoming better educated regarding the various options available to them. Needless to say, psychotherapy can be extremely helpful, and it is almost always a good idea i ... Read on »
Evidence-Based Practice and Psychotherapy by Steve Beller Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 28 Sep 2009 10:12pm An e-mail recently sent to members of OpenMinds.com raised three questions about the implementation of evidence based practice (EBP) in the field of psychotherapy. As a clinical psychologist and health IT inventor, I've been focused on this issue for the past 25 years. In the mid to late 90's, there was heated debate about psychotherapy out ... Read on »
Beyond the words by Sarah Reed Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 19 Feb 2013 5:28pm I have recently encountered Catherine Rees. In addition to her one-to-one wellbeing practice, Catherine works with organisations to design and deliver trainings which aim to enhance communication in relationships with people with dementia. Here is a moving and  insightful account of her relationship with her mother, much of which chimes with ... Read on »
Contemporary psychotherapy isn't all talk by Karen Carnabucci Posted Fri 01 Apr 2011 7:24pm Along with the growth of interest in alternative medicine, a growth in the interest about choices in alternative psychotherapy. "Alternatives" don't just come down to herbs, massage and yoga, as valuable as they are. People can experience significant growth and change -- often in short amounts of time -- with activities that use drama, guided ... Read on »
Online Mindfulness Meditation Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders by Peter Strong Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Feb 2010 11:59am   ONLINE TREATMENT FOR BULIMIA   Eating disorders revolve around compulsive reactive impulses. At the core of these impulses there are core emotions of emptiness and abandonment that yearn for our attention. Mindfulness Therapyteaches us how to listen to these inner feelings with complete presence of mind and heart and this more than anyt ... Read on »
Bipolar Disorder -- more work in process by Lewis Posted Tue 18 Mar 2008 7:59am The green grass hills seemed to stretch forever, limited only by the bright blue horizon. It was not hard to imagine those hills covered with bison while eagles circled overhead. Through the dissolving morning mist, we could still an eagle gliding on the heat currents above us, though no bison would appear. We had come to Nick Standing Bear’s ... Read on »
Healing Depression with Mindfulness: Boulder Center for Mindfulness Psychotherapy by Peter Strong Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 25 Feb 2010 8:49am    Online Mindfulness Treatment for Depression   Depression and anxiety thrive on habitual negative thinking and beliefs. Changing these patterns is not a matter of will power, but of developing an objective and mindful relationship with the core emotions that empower negative thoughts and beliefs. Mindfulness gives us the tools to cul ... Read on »
Learning to Sit with Depression: The Boulder Center for Mindfulness Psychotherapy by Peter Strong Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 12:01pm ONLINE THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION   During my work with clients either through Online Mindfulness Therapy Skype sessions ( Skype Therapy ) or in the office, I find that one of the central problems most people have is that they do not know how to focus inwardly and create a quiet, safe space in which they can engage with their inner emotiona ... Read on »