The Privilege of Being a Therapist
A fresh perspective from intrapsychic humanism on caregiving intimacy and the development of the professional self.
Doing Good Science Without Sacrificing Good Values
Why the heuristic paradigm is the best choice for social work.
Treating Violent “Untreatable” Adolescents
While intrapsychic humanism asserts that the psychic pain that Freud and others assume to be the inevitable unhappiness of everyday living not only can be treated, but can also be prevented, intrapsychic humanism is not utopian.
How to Know When Psychotherapy is Really Working
Both therapist and client can find it very challenging to assess the effectiveness of an ongoing treatment process.