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Tell a Story to a Story

By Eric Greenleaf PhD & Angela Wu MFT Estimated reading time: 5 minutes, 22 seconds. Chapter One Dear Dr. Greenleaf, This is Angela from your class at MRI. I have a situation at home and I wanted to write to you because I sense you may be able to help me deal with it by using Read More

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Resolving Hate

By Steve Andreas, M.A. Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 52 seconds. “Sally” hated a man she had once admired because as it turned out, he hated women, and had repeatedly accused her and criticized her in front of others. She came to realize she couldn’t trust him; felt she couldn’t defend herself; and felt unsafe Read More

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Brief Therapy in a Taxi

By, Michael Hoyt, Ph.D. & Michele Ritterman, Ph.D. Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 17 seconds. During the December 2011 International Congress, we took a taxi to visit the Erickson home and on our way had a conversation with our driver. At first it was pleasant chitchat, but then we engaged on a deeper level and asked Read More

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Elegant and Hasty

By Carme Timoneda-Gallart, PhD Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 47 seconds.  Tommy, eight years old, performed poorly at school, though a psychologist deemed him gifted. Using metaphor, the educator helps Tommy find his own resources to control impulsive behavior: “Well, Tommy, now I’m going to ask to you some questions, Ok?”. Tommy nodded, moving a little Read More

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