False Claims Of Evidence-Based Practice in Psychotherapy

False Claims Of Evidence-Based Practice in Psychotherapy

The purpose of this article is to illuminate the false narratives of Evidence-Based claims in psychotherapy which are misleading to the public, with the goal of unifying practitioners and researchers in the field of psychotherapy to call for an Evidence-Based framework that better echoes the complexities of the actual practice of psychotherapy.

Cultivating Self-Compassion Using Parts Work In Therapy - An Illustration

A session vignette that illustrates the use of Parts Work in Therapy using the Internal Family Systems model to cultivate self-compassion in the healing of Childhood Emotional Neglect.

Money Matters in Therapy - Charging Clients, Cancellation Fees, Negotiating and Enforcing Rules

Money Matters in Therapy - Charging Clients, Cancellation Fees, Negotiating and Enforcing Rules

A therapist’s guide to building a framework for making informed decisions around money matters, to navigate and think through the relevant practice rules and policies, especially around when to be flexible and open to negotiating vs. enforcing the set rules regarding fees.

The Google Memo (Manifesto) Controversy

The Google Memo (Manifesto) Controversy

Personal reflections and opinions (as a woman who transitioned from the field of engineering to psychology) on the recent Google Manifesto controversy on gender stereotypes.

"There is no daughter."

"There is no daughter."

The only way to get past emotional pain,  is through it. This short article underscores the importance of being present with emotions in the healing process.