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Re: Therapist Orientation? CBT or psychodynamic? Emmylou

Posted by Medusa on January 10, 2004, at 7:25:29

In reply to Re: Therapist Orientation? CBT or psychodynamic?, posted by Emmylou on January 8, 2004, at 11:52:35

> I don't truly understand why I have these negative thoughts to begin with. I do have ideas, and I want to explore them, and I believe that "analysis" is the way for me personally. I believe it's an avenue for self-exploration, and that the more one understands himself, the better the prospects for lasting change.

Emmylou, if you happen to get to the point where you feel that analysis has gotten you as far as it can, think about a short-term 'family systems' theory -based therapy. I know I sound like a broken record, practically evangelizing for this approach, but I've had really good results with it so far. It's hard as h@ll though ...




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