Articles Tagged "web-only feature"

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Sep 16, 2022

This video covers a review of the research on the efficacy of the Hill model of helping skills as well as research on the efficacy of specific skills included within the training model. 00 Be the 1st to vote.

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Many articles have been written about the logistical transition to telehealth in training as a result of COVID-19 (Bell et al., 2020; Hames et al., 2020; Rosen, Glassman & Moreland, 2020; Perrin et al., 2020; Scharff, et al., 2020, Tarlow et al., 2020).  Chenneville and Scwartz-Mette (2020) as well as Desai et al., (2020) write […]

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Jul 31, 2022

Effective psychotherapies, including treatments for suicidal patients, rely heavily on relationship skills for their success (Norcross & Lambert, 2018). Unfortunately, many suicidal patients have reported that their providers have not always displayed those essential relationship qualities (e.g., Blanchard & Farber, 2020; Hom et al., 2020; Hom et al., 2021; Richards et al., 2019a; Richards et […]

Research has shown that digital therapeutics (DTx) platforms using tools derived from therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) promote clinical change (Brown et al., 2020).  Decades of research also demonstrate the importance of social supports and well as the relationship with the therapist in psychotherapy outcomes (Barker & Pistrang,  2002; Lindfors et al., 2019; Wampold […]

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Jun 26, 2022

This article discusses the use of a digital assessment and tracking approach pre, during, and post COVID-19 to monitor changes in emotional stability, depression, anxiety, happiness, affect, life balance, beliefs, spiritual awakening, the working alliance, outcome, and helpfulness/benefits of psychotherapy.  Using the online assessment systems developed by Pragmatic Tracker (PT) and Blueprint (BP), two clients […]

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Jun 12, 2022

Member Interview with Jacob Jackson-Wolf, LCPC. Jake joined the Society as a student member and is Chair of the Professional Practice Committee (2022). Jake earned his Master of Education in Counseling and Human Services from Lehigh University and a post-master’s certificate in Professional Counseling from the University of Baltimore. Jake’s clinical experiences include work in […]

While sports can be an empowering opportunity for individuals to learn socialization, group cohesion, and other forms of prosocial skills, such as negotiation, courage, fairness, and work ethic, communities are starting to challenge the age-old adage of sports building good character (Sun & Tai, 2022). There has been an increase in stories reporting unethical behavior […]

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May 16, 2022

Have you ever felt that your clients are not benefiting from your psychotherapy approach? If not yet, then be prepared to experience the inevitable “hopelessness” one day. It seems almost impossible that your approach, solely, is going to fit all the challenges which different clients will bring in the session. However, there might be a […]

The past decade has witnessed the rise of digital therapeutics. This multi-billion-dollar healthcare segment provides consumer self-help tools with behavioral health as a dominant focus. A number of companies offer these programs, including Silver Cloud, Ginger, and Spring Health. The company studied here, Learn to Live, has self-paced digital modules for stress, depression, anxiety, and […]

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Apr 17, 2022

This article proposes that there are two aspects in the current mainstream view of how psychotherapy is understood that are preventing it from advancing as a science and being considerably more effective. One factor is that psychotherapy does not understand its subject matter. It is proposed that the client’s experiencing be recognized as the subject […]