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How to Choose a Therapist: Tips and Fits

Stop Abuse Campaign

In this article, we’ll discuss how to choose the right therapist for you. Tips for choosing a therapist. The most important element in choosing a therapist or counselor is the rapport that develops between your therapist and you as the client. . This makes choosing a therapist or counselor a very individualized endeavor.

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The Promise of Data Informed Patient-Therapist Matching: Context Matters

Society of Clinical Psychology

It may come as no surprise to patients and therapists to hear that the therapist matters when it comes to the quality of psychotherapy. Findings from psychotherapy outcome research have “caught up” to anecdote and patient and therapist intuition. What Do We Think We Know about Therapist Differences? 2011; 2016).


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How does an Occupational Therapist work with autism?

Prosper Health Collective

The role of an occupational therapist (OT) is to support people, families and communities to reach their health and well-being goals by working on the areas of their life that are most important to them. Occupational therapists advocate for people to embrace who they are without the need to change what makes them uniquely themselves.

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Observing therapist-patient interactions to predict dropout from psychotherapy

Society of Clinical Psychology

4) Therapist characteristics: Therapists vary greatly in their dropout rates (1-73%), suggesting that not all therapists are equally capable of creating a bond with patients and motivating them to complete treatment (Saxon et al., Capturing therapist-patient interactions. 2006; Zimmermann et al., 2017; Sharf et al.,

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Finding and Choosing a Therapist for Yourself or Your Child

Parenthood Understood

Finding and Choosing a Therapist for Yourself or your Child: Way More than You Ever Wanted to Know. Finding a good therapist who is a match for you and your particular needs can be frustratingly difficult. I often help people find therapists, and have found that most have similar questions about the process.

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Ep. 82 – Bush Adventure Therapy: Nature as a co-therapist

Social Work Discoveries

Join Lis and Mim (and their guests) as they explore ‘nature as a co-therapist’ Special Guests: Josh McLean – Ever thought that maybe taking a client, consumer, patient outside the four walls of your office and into the big, wide world to help with creating some change and perspective?

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Day in the Life of an NYC Therapist

Social Work Bubble

Being a therapist and social worker can make for chaotic days and constantly changing schedules. Here is the breakdown of my daily schedule (generally speaking) and what my days look like as a therapist in New York City. As a fee-for-service therapist, my schedule is ultimately up to me. Video call my partner.