3 responses to “How To Choose A Psychotherapist”

  1. Helen Schuster

    Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous! I wish you could educate PCP’s in this matter so they would make better referrals! I am a psychotherapist practicing CBT with a mindfulness component. I have developed a protocol based on David Barlow’s work and have been very successful in treating anxiety and depression in an effective and timely manner. Kudos to you for asking us to step up to the plate and be more outcome sensitive — it is time to move past Freud and Jung!

  2. Jean Eva Thumm

    Thank you for your article: It is to-the-point and comprehensive. I like the goal-setting component, which is really to the heart of good coaching as well as brief therapy. Psychoeducation is definitely part of the process, as is being part of the patient’s mental health team. However, among “whatever works” I think we can add Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, as well as Ericksonian Clinical Hypnosis.

  3. Isaac

    Thanks for sharing these informations to the readers. Choosing a best psychotherapist is a difficult thing. Thanks for sharing these tips to the readers.

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