Empathy, Improvisation and the Growth of the Therapist

Therapists, more often than they might wish, find themselves trying to be empathetic with people they would not otherwise spend time with. This often means being open to the thoughts and experiences of very difficult people who may have been terribly damaged. This necessary attempt at an empathic engagement often evokes the therapist’s own vulnerability…Full Story @ http://read.socialjusticesolutions.org/2a


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