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The Neuroscience of Therapist Empathy

New research comparing the brains of therapists and non-therapists reveals findings that are important for therapy and beyond.

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There are so many different psychotherapeutic approaches, it’s becoming harder every day to track all the acronyms [1], let alone figure out how to start therapy.




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Grant H Brenner

Grant H Brenner

Psychiatrist, Psychoanalyst, Entrepreneur, Writer, Speaker, Disaster Responder, Advocate, Photographer

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