Tags : Therapy

Posted in : Colleagues, Mental Health Topics on by : Paul J. Fitzgerald , freemiumfreemiumfreemium Comments: 0

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 Casebook) using six different theoretical viewpoints. The theories presented were cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-focused therapy, Adlerian… Continue Reading Successful faculty panel presentation at Adler School

“Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?” — Robert Browning I’ve found that young adults – especially some of the young men I work with – who seek help with depression often have a lot of difficulty that involves feeling that they can’t achieve the things that they wish they could… Continue Reading Struggling for Significance

Posted in : General Observations, Therapy topics on by : Paul J. Fitzgerald , freemium Comments: 0

Helping the client feel heard and understood is the first task. Continue Reading Counseling Isn’t a Scary Experience