Monthly Archives: May 2010

The psychotherapist

It is time that we ask the hard questions about who we are and what we do.  Health care reform is upon us.  Change is here.  How do we want to be known?  This is from my paper, Interpersonal Wisdom, … Continue reading

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Continuously Maneuvering

One of the hallmarks of interpersonal wisdom is what I call continuously maneuvering within the evolving (therapeutic) relationship.  Scholars talk about this capacity as part of emotional or social intelligence.  I think some people are born with the ability to … Continue reading

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When a prospective client asks…..

How do we know family therapy works with any type of presenting problem? I would try to answer honestly this way based on the available research. 1.  We know that people who receive psychotherapy tend to be better off than people … Continue reading

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What is Interpersonal Wisdom?

Interpersonal Wisdom is a term I am using to describe the ways of being in coaching or talk therapy that bring about the best results regardless of the specific theoretical orientation or preferred working model of the talk therapist.  The … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Please take a look at my interpersonal wisdom page, which reflects my thinking about virulent change agent factors. https://home.comcast.net/~kervick/interpersonalwisdompage.htm

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