Monthly Archives: September 2011

Transfusional versus Transformative Therapy

Many, perhaps most, clients come to psychotherapy at a low ebb. They do not have much energy, good feeling, anticipation of pleasure, warmth or optimism. What is normative in master’s level therapy in the United States is a supportive approach-that … Continue reading

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The ‘Assignability’ of Anxiety

I was originally trained as a Family Therapist, using a systems point of view. Like Stephen M Johnson, I now agree that many useful ideas have come from systems therapy, but that compared to a Lowenian or neo-Reichian point of … Continue reading

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