Category Archives: Therapeutic Effectiveness

What makes for great psychotherapists? Practice versus Talent

What makes for great psychotherapists? Practice versus Talent Earlier today (11/20/16) I had the good fortunate to listen to the Freakonomics Radio Hour on NPR, which featured a discussion between the show’s host, Stephen Dubner, and the psychologist, K. Anders … Continue reading

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What makes therapy work?

Recently, I have found myself thinking about this question. I know that my thinking is spurred by the several trends or developments in the mental health field: the push by the American Psychological Association (APA) and other professional groups for … Continue reading

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