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Don't approach treatment with one hand tied behind your back!

Catherine Pittman, PH.D., HSPP • No Comments

Anxiety disorders are some of the most common difficulties we deal with as therapist, but most of us are approaching treatment with one hand tied behind our back.

That's why Catherine Pittman, PH.D., HSPP created this FREE worksheet Identifying Anxiety-Igniting Thoughts to help your clients find relief faster.

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Free CE Seminar: CBT for Anxiety and OCD

Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, M.S.W., LCSW-C, Kimberly Morrow, LCSW • 37 Comments

Do you want to dramatically improve outcomes for your clients?

It starts by asking the right questions to get the right diagnosis. You can learn more and earn free CE in this one hour online seminar. 
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How You’re Fueling Your Own Anxiety And How to Fix It

Jennifer Abel, Ph.D. • 2 Comments

Have you noticed that when people tell you “relax” or “calm down” you only feel more agitated and may even feel like flipping them off? Yet we usually give ourselves the same advice as we try to quiet the thoughts in our head. How do we address our anxiety without making it worse?

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The Floating Technique: For anxiety and panic disorder

Paul Foxman, Ph.D. • No Comments

The floating technique includes four steps and can be used with both adults and children struggling with anxiety and panic disorder. Learn more in this short video with Paul Foxman, Ph.D.

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Out of the Tunnel: A Series on escaping the path of depression—Part 2

Bill O’Hanlon, MS, LMFT • No Comments

What happens when you ask your depressed client to help you map out not only the contours and geography of their suffering but also their competence and better moments? You get a new strategy for treating depression: marbling.

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Out of the Tunnel: A Series on escaping the path of depression—Part 1

Bill O’Hanlon, MS, LMFT • 1 Comment

What happens when you ask your depressed client to help you map out not only the contours and geography of their suffering but also their competence and better moments? You get a new strategy for treating depression: marbling.

Join us for part one of our two part exploration of "marbling" from expert Bill O'Hanlon.

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