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Successful Therapy Termination

Successful Therapy Termination

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The end of therapy can be a positive experience with a long-lasting impact on both the client and therapist. When successful, termination is an opportunity for closure. Together, the client and therapist take a step back and look at the personal growth that has slowly unfolded over the course of treatment—growth that may have gone unnoticed, had attention not been called to it...
Strengths-Based Therapy

Strengths-Based Therapy

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Research in positive psychology has shown us that people who know their strengths and use them frequently tend to feel happier, have better self-esteem, and are more likely to accomplish their goals. However, many people have a hard time identifying their strengths (4). They see them as ordinary, even when they are not...
Anger Thermometer

Anger Thermometer

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The anger thermometer is a technique that will help your clients learn about their anger symptoms and warning signs, and how these progress as anger escalates. An anger thermometer is a 10-point scale where a “10” represents a person’s maximum anger, and a “1” represents no anger at all...
Cognitive Restructuring

Cognitive Restructuring

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Imagine it’s your birthday. You’re expecting a phone call from a close friend, but it never comes. You called them on their birthday, so why didn’t they call you? Do they not care enough to remember your birthday? You feel hurt. Where did this feeling of hurt come from? It wasn’t the lack of a phone call that caused the hurt...
Relaxation Techniques

Relaxation Techniques

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Relaxation skills are excellent tools for the treatment of stress, anxiety, and anger. In addition to being easy to use, relaxation techniques are some of the few tools that offer an immediate sense of relief from the symptoms of mental illness. Over time, therapists develop their own scripts, tips, and tricks for teaching relaxation skills more effectively...
Trauma Narratives

Trauma Narratives

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Most adults have at least a few memories that are downright painful. On the lighter end, there are those embarrassing experiences that cause you to cringe, even decades later. Then, there’s heavier stuff, like heartbreak, loss, and regret. These memories are more than a series of facts and images—they also carry powerful emotions that feel like a punch to the gut every time they surface...
Grief Psychoeducation

Grief Psychoeducation

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Everyone deals with grief differently. Some cry for days, hardly taking a moment to care for themselves. Others laugh, whether nervously, or because they manage pain with humor. Others feel numb, and wonder why they aren't crying or laughing like the others. Each of these reactions is normal—there's no right way to grieve...
Genograms for Psychotherapy

Genograms for Psychotherapy

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Every generation, families pass a piece of themselves to their kin. The things that are passed down can be beautiful or valuable, like stories, culture, knowledge, and belongings. Or, they can be mostly insignificant, like a cowlick and green eyes as one's grandfather. Other times, more insidious traits can be passed through generations...
Using Exercise in Mental Health Treatment

Using Exercise in Mental Health Treatment

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The connection between exercise and mental well-being has become increasingly obvious as research on the subject grows. Unfortunately, most mental health counseling training programs don't cover the topic, and as few as 10% of psychotherapists talk to their clients about exercise. Research suggests that exercise can have a significant positive impact on depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addictions, cognitive functioning, and more...
OCD Treatment Overview

OCD Treatment Overview

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"I'm so OCD!" Obsessive-compulsive disorder may be the most popular disorder to say you have, without actually having. In common parlance, "OCD" is used to refer to someone who likes things a particular way, or who seems overly concerned with cleanliness. In the world of mental health, obsessive-compulsive disorder refers to something more serious...
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