Bogus therapies….and what to watch out for

It is not just clients who fall for promising advertisements. Psychotherapists, counsellors, and psychologists, even those with post graduate degrees seem to buy into the new, or very old but sounding new and improved, therapy approaches. Even professional organizations fail to distinguish between solid evidence and the active ingredients and the so-called serving suggestions, the […]

INFORMED CONSENT

In the first place…people need to be informed Regarding seeking services for health issues, I cannot stress enough the importance for people to feel respected. I believe that we can all relate to that. When seeking help, regardless of what these services are, we want to feel treated respectfully and equally. Nothing angers people more […]

Carl Rogers, We need you I need you!

The facts are friendly The facts will be my friends The following is a long quote from Carl Rogers. Rogers refers to these insights as “learnings” “It has interested me a great deal that most psychotherapists, especially the psychoanalysts, have steadily refused to make any scientific investigation of their therapy or to permit others to […]