Traditional forms of therapy would have you talk on and on - with occasional input from your therapist. Much like talking
"Understanding why you're messed up often has little to do with getting better."
Containment refers to the energetic space between you and your psychotherapist. It's the atmosphere the therapist creates
You have only to look into her eyes to see she's present. You feel "seen".Without that presence you cannot register
Wondering if you're getting good therapy? One of the best signs of good psychotherapy is when you're having corrective emotional
So, your counselor is getting supervision? Cause for concern? (Hint: probably not!) Any one therapist can't be all things
If you're like most folks, you've had the experience of an emotional meltdown reaching epic proportions. Memory goes offline
We use the term "right brain" to refer in a general way to those brain systems responsible for regulating our ability to
Finally, you feel ready to go to therapy. A few sessions later and you're feeling worse.How is this possible?
Are you worried that you're becoming dependent on your therapist . . . or frustrated cause your therapist never gives you
You are never under any obligation to continue counseling if you change your mind or you feel the counseling is not benefiting