Better communication for couples requires going well beyond word choice to focus on the practice of emotional regulation skills.
Play is highly facilitative when included in a child’s counseling, but it is important to understand the difference between including play in sessions with young clients and true play therapy.
The application of existential psychology can help athletes who are wrestling with a loss of identity and meaning after suffering a career-ending injury.
The promise of the therapeutic relationship is at the center of client change, but it also provides a North Star to counseling interns and other beginning counselors who are still trying to find their way.
Counselors must understand that relationship boundaries considered ‘healthy’ by the dominant culture in the U.S. don’t automatically apply to immigrant and bicultural clients.