Tag Archives: depression

Why “Stop Lying”? Why Get In Touch

“Stop lying”, I wrote in the book.  Here’s a case which illustrates how to do this and why it’s important to do. When Jack started with me, he was an extremely successful businessman, not yet 30, utterly unable to enjoy … Continue reading

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Trump, the election, and psychotherapy – 2

Another short video demonstrating when therapy is useful, going somewhere, productive, and when it’s a waste.  More often then not, I’m hearing from people, it’s a waste, particularly as they talk about Trump.  Please take a look at this 10 … Continue reading

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Resistance – what a mess! (And why psychotherapy is fun)

One of the thorny things about identifying and helping a person with their resistance is that it can present as almost any behavior, thought, or feeling; thus, one man’s resistance is another man’s honesty.  I remember a good example of … Continue reading

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