Season’s Greetings

Twas the night before new years and up in the houseThe APA approved therapist fell asleep on the couchThe patients kept on talking ‘neath bulbs translucent glareGrateful that working through psychosis was permitted there . . . The last two holiday seasons I have spent Christmas in bed with a fever and here I sit … Continue reading Season’s Greetings

Ways Self-Disclosure Can Help Cross Systemic Cultural Barriers and Help People Who Experience “Psychosis”

I have found that artful self-disclosure is a needed skill for cross-cultural work in psychotherapy. I am writing to assert and justify the use of self-disclosure particularly for people who experience “psychosis” in which complex cultural barriers appear to be present.   Historically, it has seemed that many in the psychotherapy establishment have tended to … Continue reading Ways Self-Disclosure Can Help Cross Systemic Cultural Barriers and Help People Who Experience “Psychosis”