Monthly Archives: June 2016


How Can a Busy Therapist Improve Their Skills in CBT?

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

I sometimes get questions from therapists who realize that their grad school training didn’t really equip them to use CBT under real-world conditions. With the personal and professional demands we all face it isn’t simple, but there are a number of good options for improving CBT skills once you’re in practice. . The first options […]


Why not fix all of your problems?

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

During my earliest days of studying Milton Erickson’s work, there were many fascinating premises which I could not understand. One of these was his warning that you need to leave some small component of the clinical problem in place. In other words, it is a mistake to strive for full clinical success (to learn more […]