3 tips to a young therapist
Psychotherapist for forty years, William F. Cornell gives three tips to guide a young therapist in his practice "The first, very simple, is to never stop learning. It's more difficult to hear, is not to hide your mistakes.If you make mistakes, the least you can do is learn from them.It is a matter of respect for yourself, for the profession. You have to be able to say, "There is something that does not work, I will look at it more closely and I need help." Third, more general advice: Do something important in your life, which It is important for me, I am convinced that the pleasure we take in living nourishes us as a psychotherapist. "