Enhancing Therapist Courage and Clinical Acuity for Advancing Clinical Practice

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Conventional psychotherapy approaches are currently contending with a prospective client market that is increasingly receptive to intuitive healers, tarot card readers, and extrasensory perception or ESP practitioners. More notable, however, than the alternative sources for personal insight and growth, is the societal shift to valuing, embracing and integrating a broader range of knowledge. In this evolving context, an ever-inclusive relationship to information may demand that conventionally-ground psychotherapists consider creative means for advancing clinical practice. Creative advancement in this regard requires courage and sustained focus. Two process-level strategies for enhancing therapist courage and clinical acuity are introduced in this article.

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