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Albert Ellis has passed away at 93. Where the Freudians maintained that a painstaking exploration of childhood experience was critical to understanding neurosis and curing it, Dr. Ellis believed in short-term therapy that called on patients to focus on what … Continue reading

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Curt Rosengren over at The Occupational Adventure has clipped part of an article (original) and the tag he provides reminds me of a basic tool I’ve been researching with my colleague Linda over the past few years. The tool, called … Continue reading

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