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Web-only Feature

Top 5 Psychotherapy Posts for 2016

Did you know? Every other Sunday, the Society publishes web-only content that can’t be found anywhere else. Check out our top 5 articles for the 2016 year:

Top 2016 Psychotherapy Web-Only Article #1:

Top 10 Things Learned After Two Decades of Tracking Client Treatment Progress

Top 2016 Psychotherapy Web-Only Article #2:

Therapist Characteristics that Impact Outcome

Top 2016 Psychotherapy Web-Only Article #3:

Top 5 Components of “Good Enough” Supervision

Top 2016 Psychotherapy Web-Only Article #4:

Ego Development and the Contextual Model of Trauma Treatment

Top 2016 Psychotherapy Web-Only Article #5:

7 Ways to Be More Mindful

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Dr. Amy E. Ellis is an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Trauma Resolution & Integration Program (TRIP) at Nova Southeastern University. She provides training and consultation on the provision of trauma-informed affirmative care and treating complex clinical cases. She is also has a private practice with a clinical focus in treating trauma, eating disorders, and personality disorders, and a special niche focusing on trauma-informed affirmative care for the LGBTQ+ community. She is a Consulting Editor on three of APA’s journals and recently served as Guest Editor of APA Division 42’s journal Practice Innovations on a special issue focusing on the role of evidence-based relationship variables in psychotherapy with sexual and gender minority individuals. Her current clinical and research interests focus on underserved populations who have increased exposure and risk to trauma (i.e., men, LGBTQ+, racial and ethnic minorities), tailoring evidence-based trauma treatments to these populations, and training and supervision in the field of trauma. She is currently the co-Principal Investigator of a large national grant funded through the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute focusing on the effectiveness of a peer-delivered online motivational interviewing intervention for GBTQ+ men with histories of sexual trauma.

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Ellis, A. E. (2016, December). Top 5 psychotherapy posts for 2016. [Web article]. Retrieved from http://www.societyforpsychotherapy.org/top-5-psychotherapy-posts-2016



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