Articles Tagged "editor’s column"

Welcome to Fall, and to the first online-exclusive issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin! We hope you enjoy this issue, which offers a variety of articles on topics ranging from emotional closeness in Arab American families to utilizing online media effectively as mental health practitioners to identifying eating disorders in Latina clients in the United States. We […]

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Welcome to the last printed issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin! We are delighted to offer you a selection of articles focused on practice, research, education, and training, including three contributions in keeping with our continuing “difficult dialogues” theme. In this issue, authors explore the challenges and rewards of revealing diagnoses or sharing research with clients, practicing […]

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We are well into 2017, and Lynett and Cara are pleased to welcome you to the first issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin. We would also like to welcome our new members of Governance and say thank you, again, to those who have served us so well. Lynett would like to particularly thank Dr. Jennifer Erickson Cornish […]

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Welcome to the final issue of Psychotherapy Bulletin for 2016. Please enjoy a variety of articles ranging from a proposed taxonomy for professional psychology education and training to considerations to bear in mind when working with transfer clients to a thoughtful discussion of bilingualism as a tool in psychotherapy and a call to action regarding […]

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