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The Cartesian Split in Therapeutic Thinking

Renee Descartes said: “I think, therefore I am.” In saying that, he lead western thought away from the body and its information channels. His “thought” process and structured style of thinking helped our culture learn to not value and not … Continue reading

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Counter Transference in Therapy

Counter Transference I had an interesting discussion with a colleague the other day. This colleague was talking about a client that he was having trouble liking. According to him, this client triggered an immediate dislike and aversion whenever they came … Continue reading

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