Posts Tagged: cognitive behavioral therapy

Dr. Michael Dulchin: “What Makes Therapy Work?”

 As part of an ongoing series, the staff at Union Square Practice will be sharing their thoughts on an important question: “What makes therapy work?” This week, Dr. Michael Dulchin shares his thoughts. What makes therapy work? That is a very interesting question. Most studies cite the relationship between patient and therapist as one of the biggest components of… Read more »

Dr. Jonathan Fader: “What Makes Therapy Work?”

As part of an ongoing series, we asked the staff at Union Square Practice for their thoughts on the important question: “What makes therapy work?”  This week, Dr. Jonathan Fader shares his thoughts. What makes therapy work? I think that therapy works when you’re meeting with someone who you feel has compassion for what you’re going through and who… Read more »