"You work twice as hard with a less than ideal treatment. "
"Be transparent with clients about the strength of the evidence for a particular intervention. Informed consent requires providing information to the client."
Are we doing what works and being transparent about it?
Are we doing what we know because that is what we feel comfortable/confident doing, regardless of whether it works for our client in their particular situation? And if so, how do we explain this to clients?
When we think about changing what we do and learning something new - what thoughts, feelings or bodily sensations come up? Can we notice without judgment and proceed anyway?
What will it feel like when we are being even more effective in our work and clients are accomplishing their goals? Can you picture it?
"Create and preserve the image of your choice."
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If you are the mother of a 6-12 year old anxious child, you may be interested in a study being conducted by researchers at UCLA. The purpose...