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by Cynthia Baum-Baicker, Ph.D. There's an old joke in psychotherapy circles that goes like this: Nestled in the comfort of his therapist's office, a patient reveals that his tension and pain have grown to such a degree that he feels like jumping

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  • Thu, Aug 30 2018 11:35 AM

    Jean Matelski Boulware

    by Cynthia Baum-Baicker, Ph.D. There's an old joke in psychotherapy circles that goes like this: Nestled in the comfort of his therapist's office, a patient reveals that his tension and pain have grown to such a degree that he feels like jumping
  • Wed, Sep 12 2018 4:07 PM

    Ron Krumpos

    Carol Rogers taught me much about the art of listening, as described in my previous post on wisdomcenter: http://wisdomresearch.org/blogs/publications/archive/2017/06/06/the-art-of-listening.aspx
  • Mon, Sep 24 2018 4:02 PM

    Cynthia Baum-Baicker

    My post began with a caricature of Carl Rogers' "client-centered therapy" and was of course, an exaggerated play on Rogers'technique. Rogers, as Ron Krumpos described, stressed to us the power of open, engaged listening. In the Jrl Clinical