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Finnegan the Squirrel The moral of this story is the best part!!!
The Humanistic Psychologist, vol 27, no.3, 1999, pp. 267-282. Peter R. Breggin Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology Abstract: Empathic self-transformation and a healing presence are key to successful therapy. Empathy, the willingness and ability to understand and care about the suffering of another person, requires a loving attitude. Love, in this context, […]
Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 43: 34-49, 2003. psychopharmacologyand.pbreggin.2003.pdf
Breggin, PR (2002). From Dimensions of Empathic Therapy, Springer Publishing Company, pp. 177-89. Empathy lies at the heart of being helpful to other human beings. However, empathy does not necessarily spring forth spontaneously from us in all situations or toward all of our patients and clients. Many clients will challenge our ability to understand and […]
“A dangerous assignment,” In Howard Rosenthal (Ed.). Favorite Counseling and Therapy Homework Assignments: Leading Therapists Share their Most Creative Strategies, pp. 58-59. Philadelphia: Brunner Routledge, 2001. adangerous.pbreggin.2001.pdf