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Therapeutic Notes : Therapeutic Genuineness

The therapy must truly respect and care for the youth and the parent: Suspend judgment – does not mean you must approve of all behaviors Respond carefully Does not mean total honesty (e.g. unexamined biases might reinforce stigma)   Advice … Continue reading

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Values

What values do you live by everyday? Fairness , kindness and integrity, which I express through loving-kindness meditation: May I be kind to myself and others; May I show fairness in my behavior and decisions; And may I demonstrate integrity … Continue reading

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Gentleness

The troubles of life can make us cranky and out of sorts, but we should never excuse these bouts of bad behavior, for they can wither the hearts of those we love and spread misery all around us. We have … Continue reading

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Stupidity

I am patient with stupidity but not with those who are proud of it.- Dame Edith Sitwell Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Words

If there’s a specific behavior you want to change, a cognitive behavior therapist might be helpful; if your interested in self-reflection, interpersonal or psychodynamic approaches might work best. If relationship issues are key, couples or family therapy may be indicated. … Continue reading

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