Tag Archives: Psychotherapy

Colleague Shout-Out: The Center for Contextual Change

Last night I visited the downtown office of the Center for Contextual Change, an established psychotherapy organization that specializes in treating the effects of trauma. I had the opportunity to speak with Mary Jo Barrett, LCSW, a founder of the… Continue Reading Colleague Shout-Out: The Center for Contextual Change

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Successful faculty panel presentation at Adler School

I was asked to be a part of an Adler School of Professional Psychology Student Government event that took place yesterday and today at the school. Six faculty members were asked to talk about a case (taken from the DSM-IV… Continue Reading Successful faculty panel presentation at Adler School

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Is it Counseling or Psychotherapy?

Counseling and psychotherapy are often used interchangeably, which can be confusing to people seeking help. Most of us who work in the field tend to use the two terms a little differently. Counseling is usually used to refer to getting… Continue Reading Is it Counseling or Psychotherapy?

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Counselors, psychologists, social workers…

It’s always been confusing to know all the professions that provide counseling and psychotherapy. When I received my Master’s degree at what was then the Alfred Adler Institute in 1986, the only licensed non-medical professions that could provide counseling and… Continue Reading Counselors, psychologists, social workers…

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