Should therapists stick with "what we've always done"? or should we step out and try new, modern approaches that may be considered "taboo" in some ways? As a scholar-practitioner, I always encourage therapists to stay grounded in research-based approaches - however, I think we can sometimes get laser-focused on our "traditional" ways of doing therapy whilst missing some new approaches. I am so grateful that Amanda Kostura joined to talk more about ways we might consider alternatives to the traditional approaches.
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