Tag: Positive Outcomes in Therapy

Prove Me Wrong: Hope Keeps You Alive

Prove Me Wrong: Hope Keeps You Alive

| December 10, 2018

“Where there’s life, there’s hope”. We enter therapy because our hope in something we value is waning; A relationship, unplanned loss or a specific troubling issue in our lives. Our life energy is low and we yearn for something more.

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Generals and Psychotherapists: Brethren in Arms

Generals and Psychotherapists: Brethren in Arms

| November 14, 2014

Planning to Achieve Positive Outcomes in Therapy A while back, it was argued that one of the more negative consequences of young people smoking marijuana was the development of amotivational syndrome. It had been observed that pot smoking young people seemed to be apathetic and lackadaisical towards activities we consider to be important e.g. going […]

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