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Schraufnagel, Mojgan Khademi, and Ronald A. It is my job to guide them in the direction to find their strength. Most clinicians reported having cried in therapy.

Changes in the therapist pp. You will read and reread this book and it will empower you as a therapist. It touches the heart of forbidden territory as the reader embraces the welcomed validation and permission to be human. It will help you figure out how your honest presence can promote positive change and healing. Most clinicians did not report negative consequences of their tears.

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Until the publication of When Therapists Cry, however, one of the relatively unexplored aspects of the phenomenon of emotional crying has been the dynamics of crying in the context of psychotherapy. Men and the Chords of Connection Fredric E. Blume-Marcovici and her colleagues provide a vital forum for a long neglected topic in a beautifully rendered discussion of what happens when therapists are moved to tears. Each of the chapters is thoughtful, meaningful, and inspiring.

Amy Blume-Marcovici and her collaborators in this important new book have now remedied this situation, expanding and enriching our understanding of crying and therapy enormously. It is destined to become a classic resource for therapists of all theoretical orientations. As a therapist, I want my clients to know I am willing to walk with them wherever their path to healing may go.

Become a Mighty contributor here. Thank you, Amy, for this very important resource for those of us who have the strength and privilege to deeply connect with our clients. She is on the editorial board of the journal Psychotherapy.

Therapists do cry in therapy. New York University Press. Tears and the Dying Client Eleanor F. This is not only about knowing another but also having awareness about being known.

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