Q&A

Working with the Self in Clinical Practice

Working with the Self in Clinical Practice

Louise McHugh outlines common ‘self’ problems in clinical practice and ways to promote a healthy sense of self, empathy, compassion and flexible perspective taking in therapy.

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How would you define a healthy sense of self?
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What is contextual behavioral science?
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What are some common 'self' problems in clinical practice?
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What can parents do to help a child develop a healthy self?
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Can you offer advice on how to help clients who are frequently comparing themselves to others and feeling bad and alone as a result?
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What techniques can you suggest to help a client promote a healthy sense of self when they have a negative self-identity or even a lack of self-identity?
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How can I help my clients have more self-compassion?
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How does CBS view NPD and an inflated sense of self?
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Why do some people have such a hard time taking the perspective of others?
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What happens for poeple to have such a harsh and punitive relationship with themself?
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