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Do the clinic therapists follow a particular school of therapy, like Freudian, or Jungian?

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Do the clinic therapists follow a particular school of therapy, like Freudian, or Jungian?

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Our therapists study many theories because theories help us to understand our clients. Our general approach, though, is developmental and existential. That is, we know that everyone is influenced by experiences growing up and by current circumstances, and that to be most helpful the therapist should enter into the client’s own ways of understanding and coping with life. Sometimes you will talk about your dreams; sometimes you’ll laugh together about a “Freudian slip”; sometimes you’ll agree to try a new behavior during the week. Your therapist will often ask you if you’ve thought about this or that, or whether such and such could be true. But he or she will not explain you or tell you what to do.

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