Psychology

Living Comfortably with Hypocrisy and Negative Evidence

The Google Define:Hypocrisy command returns the following definition: “the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs... Read more

Psychology

Integration Problems: Motives for Doing Psychotherapy

Why do clinical psychologists practice psychotherapy? You might think that the answer is obvious but it is not.... Read more

Psychology

Psychotherapy Integration Problems: Proliferation

Psychotherapy as we know it began with what I called the big bang of psychotherapy on page 370... Read more

Psychology

Defense Mechanisms Are Not Genuine Mechanisms

In my previous blog, I called your attention to the first of two anomalies that will require a... Read more

Psychology

Theoretical Unification

In my previous blog post I presented the despair common to essentially all clinical psychologists that psychotherapy integration... Read more

Psychology

Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Network Principles for a Unified Theory

A semi-weekly series of blog posts by Warren W. Tryon, Ph.D, ABPP Psychology has an explanatory problem! Its... Read more

Psychology

Psychotherapy Case Studies: Can We Learn Anything?

I will be answering ‘yes’ to this question, but with strong reservations. Clearly, when data is collected systematically... Read more

Psychology

The Great Science/Practice Divide in Psychotherapy

Practitioners are intuitive; clinical researchers are rational. True or false? It is widely acknowledged that there is a... Read more

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