Monthly Archives: March 2010

It’s Not the Protocol and Procedure, It’s the Person and the Process

So often we see measures of psychotherapy theories, methods, and interventions that seek to compare different techniques. We would like to know what is the best method. In reality, though, it is not the technique that creates the unique chemistry … Continue reading

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Ikigai

Ikigai is a Japanese word that means “reason for living.” Japanese people believe we need ikigai to be satisfied with our lives. Although we may not be aware of our ikigai, we can take time to reflect on what is … Continue reading

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Relationship Reliability and Availability

The quality of an existing relationship might be thought of as a combination of reliability and availability. At first glance these seem like very similar concepts, but perhaps we can tease apart some distinctions. Availability means that when we turn … Continue reading

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