We get graduate degrees on how to provide the services that our clients will purchase. And yet we rarely think about what it is that clients are actually looking for and what they are responding to. Our obsession with theory, technique, and intervention blinds us to the parts of therapy that clients value. Here are some posts to help us reorient.

The invisible library behind me

When doing therapy I sometimes imagine this massive invisible library behind my chair. It is full of theories, models, and ideas about helping my clients. And the bookshelves are stuffed […]