A conversation with Dr. Barry Duncan - co-editor of The Heart and Soul of Change: Delivering What Works in Therapy and On Becoming a Better Therapist: Evidence-Based Practice One Client at a Time - about the good, the bad, and the ugly in counseling and psychotherapy, the origin of the common factors, and how to become a more effective therapist through client feedback.
The "Three Sisters" Barry mentioned can be found at:
A conversation with Dr. Laura Hensley Choate - professor counselor education at Louisiana State University and author of several books including Girls and Women’s Wellness: Contemporary Counseling Issues and Interventions and Swimming Upstream: Parenting Girls for Resilience in a Toxic Culture - on the toxic culture that encapsulates girls and young women and how counselors can help them build resilience.
You can connect with Laura via:
A conversation with Dr. George Hu - a clinical psychologist and Director of Psychology and Mental Health at Jiahui International Clinic in Shanghai - about the stigmas around counseling for men, common presenting concerns, and strategies to build a strong alliance with your male clients.
You can email George at email@example.com or view his profile at http://www.jiahui.com/en/ourteam/doctors/george-hu/
A conversation with Dr. Thomas Hofmann - professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Hodges University in Fort Myers and Naples, Florida - about navigating strength-based approaches to counseling in an environment dominated by symptoms and diagnosis.
You can email Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org or call his office at (239) 938-7798
Tom's faculty page at Hodges:
For information about Hodges University's online program launching in Winter 2017, follow the link below:
An except from the article I mention by Courtney Armstrong in Psychotherapy Networker can be found here (you need to subscribe to get the full article):
APA Citation for this episode:
Shook, M. (Producer). (2016, September). Strength-Based Counseling in a Symptom-Based World: A Conversation with Thomas Hofmann [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from http://thethoughtfulcounselor.com/2016/09/strength-based-counseling-in-a-symptom-based-world-a-conversation-with-thomas-hofmann/
A Conversation with Dr. Cyrus Williams, associate professor at Regent University, on how the “Quarter-Life Crisis” affects millennials and how counselors can best understand and address their needs. Dr. William's refers to the following resources in the conversation:
You Can contact Dr. Williams at email@example.com
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A conversation with Courtney Armstrong – author of Transforming Trauma Grief and The Therapeutic “Aha:” 10 Strategies to Help Your Client Get Unstuck – on the art and science of using music in counseling.
Visit Courtney’s website at www.courtneyarmstrong.net
For the APA citation for this episode visit https://wp.me/p7R6fn-14