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Treat Misleading Claims Of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy As False Advertising - A Letter to Licensing Boards

Treat Misleading Claims Of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy As False Advertising - A Letter to Licensing Boards

A request to the California Board of Behavioral Sciences to treat misleading claims of “evidence-based psychotherapy” as false advertising. This letter may be used as a sample to draft your own letter to your state’s licensing board. This endeavor is supported by Psychotherapy Action Network ( PsiAN.org) - Please consider joining the organization. Membership is free, and open to clinicians from all theoretical orientations who value therapy that is person-centered, relationship-oriented and of depth.

Investigating False Claims of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

Investigating False Claims of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

The false narratives of evidence-based claims are perpetuating turf-wars between psychotherapy models and failing our clients. This article creates awareness of the harmful effects of the false either-or argument between person-centered and techniques-centered groups. It also provides a clear and compelling case in calling practitioners and researchers across different psychotherapy models to unite together to work towards true evidence-based psychotherapy practice.