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To Be or To Be ‘Well’: How Therapy Works

A guy walks into a therapist’s office — sadly this is no joke — and says, “I just read an article in the New York Times, and I’ve got some questions. What do you know about my condition? What’s your success rate with people like

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How to Have Difficult Conversations

Most everyone dreads the difficult, challenging conversation. This includes conversations in which we have to deliver unpleasant news, discuss a delicate subject, or talk about something that needs to change or has gone wrong.

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Prove It: Overcome Negative Thinking with Targeted Action

If emotional problems are driven by negative beliefs, it might seem like the best way to feel better is to change the way we think. This concept is applied regularly by cognitive therapists  who go through a series of steps to help their clients thinks in

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To Be or To Be ‘Well’: How Therapy Works

A guy walks into a therapist’s office — sadly this is no joke — and says, “I just read an article in the New York Times, and I’ve got some questions. What do you know about my condition? What’s your success rate with people like

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