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Latest ADEPT blog, on the purpose and pitfalls of ego stories: http://adeptpsychology.com/posts/ego-stories/
Everyone has the same basic needs but expresses them uniquely. The ego stories about these choices becomes identity, which over time becomes defensive.
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Therapists, if any of your clients have problems handling their emotions constructively (or you have problems with self-doubt), then check out this free video series (7 modules with 8 videos and/or audios). It's available here: http://adeptpsychology.com/5-types
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My newest blog post, on how you can increase your happiness: http://adeptpsychology.com/posts/becoming-happier/
Worldwide, becoming happier is people's most common goal. ADEPT helps them do it by removing emotional blocks, which restores their authentic core selves.
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Ever had trouble with self-limiting head trash? Have your clients? Here's what you can do to help.
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In any therapist-client interaction, the client will naturally do or say at least a few things that represent a healthier adjustment, or at least a less unhealthy one. The wise therapist, largely outside the client’s awareness, subtly and selectively reinforces these fragments. These interactions help the client form a new version of themselves, which, over time, he or she shapes into something more closely resembling the best version of how things could always have been.
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I agree completely. I think you have to really accept that baby steps are OK, in order to focus on the bright spots instead of the problems. And even to notice the bright spots in the first place.
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Contrary to folklore and psychiatric myth, loss in itself does not cause psychopathology...  (H)ealthy grief hurts  but does not make us ill. Grief produces tears, not patienthood. It is never having anyone at all to love that cripples us. It is the inconstant people who stay in our lives who drive us mad, not the constant ones who die. It is the failure to internalize those whom we have loved, not their loss, that impedes adult development. ~George Vaillant
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As a human, you encounter a paradox. On the one hand, you can only be fully attuned to your own perspectives and needs. On the other, if you only care about yourself, you’ll be pretty worthless and miserable. Ultimately, you have to take care of yourself in order to take care of others effectively.
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Therapists, if any of your clients have problems handling their emotions constructively (or you have problems with self-doubt), then check out this free video series (7 modules with 8 videos and/or audios). It's available here: http://adeptpsychology.com/5-types
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Therapists, if any of your clients have problems handling their emotions constructively (or you have problems with self-doubt), then check out this free video series (7 modules with 8 videos and/or audios). It's available here: http://adeptpsychology.com/5-types
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Our clinical approach to self-limiting beliefs reflects our profession's own self-limiting beliefs.
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Promoting human health and welfare is a sacred trust. Truly ethical therapists never betray it by relying on spurious techniques derived from superstition or culture-specific beliefs. Unfortunately, there's too much of both afoot in practice right now. It’s time to put basic research focusing on how humans really function into practice. 
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We are on the same path! Long distance high five!
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Clinical Psychologist, Trainer, Consultant, & Coach
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I fix broken people more deeply, quickly, and effectively than anyone I've ever met, and I teach others how to do the same.
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  • ADEPT Psychology
    Psychologist, Trainer, Consultant, & Coach, 2012 - present
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Founder of ADEPT Psychology. Clinical Psychologist, Trainer, Consultant, & Coach. Author of Emotions in Psychology and Psychotherapy.
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I help clinicians heal (not just cope better) and train them how to heal others. This helps them regain their spirit and fortifies their effectiveness, so they can transform the world the way they were meant to.
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Authority regaining emotional health, healing psychological trauma, and resolving self-limiting beliefs. I help people clear out their head trash.
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