When working with children, we need to get to see the problem from the child’s perspective and communicate with them on their level. Here are five guidelines to help you work more effectively with children.
Articles on: Psychotherapy Techniques
All therapy is problem-solving therapy. Either we seek to help our clients ‘solve the problem’ by feeling and thinking differently about it, or we help them find ways to solve an actual practical problem (or both!).
Cognitive restructuring consists of learning to identify and reframe troublesome cognitions. Here are four ways to help clients who suffer from limiting, but hidden, assumptions.
Transcript of a live client session from Uncommon Practitioners TV with a client who is having relationship difficulties with her step-daughter.