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The Case for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy- Jonathan Shedler
New Clinically thinking presenter Aaron Neaves meets Jonathan Shedler; author, consultant, researcher, Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and faculty member at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.
Dr Shedler firmly presents the case for the evidence base and effectiveness of Psychoanalytic Therapy.
What Is Alexithymia? Dr David Preece
Dr David Preece studies Alexithymia. He discusses how to use this construct in clinical settings to recognise clients who struggle to understand and process emotions, and how that in turn influences the effectiveness of therapy.
Trauma Focused Chairwork with Amanda Garcia Torres
Amanda Garcia Torres and Lisa Chantler introduce us to the basics of Chairwork and discuss why this is such a powerful tool for clients who have experienced trauma. Garcia Torres has further developed her Chairwork practice to give voice to clients from marginalized communities, focusing on what she has identified as the five core problems of oppression.
Psychological Responses to Climate Anxiety
In this episode Nina Cook asks how a therapist can respond to a client’s climate anxieties, when they may also be feeling the same fears.
She speaks to Paul Rhodes who is a collaborative research fellow at the Sydney environment Institute. Paul has helped establish a research project with a group of school age young people to explore ways of responding to climate related distress. We also meet one of the project’s young participants to talk about how she is learning to “stay with the trouble” and reduce her feelings of powerlessness in the face of climate change.
The Impact of Changes to Medicare for Psychologists and their Clients
The data is in. Australian Clinical Psychologists are working harder than ever and better than ever. But cuts to Medicare will no doubt change the mental health landscape for both practitioners and their clients.
Dr Aaron Frost from Benchmark Psychology crunches the numbers in the December 2022 Medicare Better Access Initiative Report.
You can read the report, or at least the executive summary at:
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